Release Notes: The smartcard support has been added. Video playback performance has improved. With qemu support, you can now change guest audio volume. On Windows, the controller interface is now using NamedPipe.
Release Notes: Now multi-head works. The client resolution is updated in fullscreen if the guest can't adjust itself. The clipboard sharing has been improved: image, large data, and multi-clipboard have been added. It supports SASL authentication and offers an experimental controller API. There are several fixes.
Release Notes: This release has Gtk+ 2 and Gtk+ 3 compatibility, migration support, more SSL certificate checks, a few UI improvements, and fixes.
Release Notes: This release adds A/V sync with PulseAudio and building with mingw32, so it can run on Windows (using cairo and gstreamer backends). There are fixes for various other issues, such as async read() being incomplete, which could have lead to various communication errors.
Release Notes: This releases fixes known rendering crashes triggered with the Windows QXL driver. It is also fully asynchronous using coroutines, and the API is fully documented. It supports 16-bit color, as well as display scaling.
Release Notes: The JPEG and zlib decoders were added. Celt encoding support was added, which was required for WAN usage. open_fd() was added to the API, which allows you to run spice-gtk over an SSH tunnel. Additionally, clipboard text sharing was added and few other fixes were made.
Release Notes: This is the first release, which should be fairly stable for local spice servers. Python and GObject introspection bindings are provided.