Release Notes: This release addresses a number of minor issues that have arisen since the previous version, particularly if using the new deep storage format or systems that do not support gnutls.
Release Notes: This release addresses a number of minor issues that have arisen since the release of 1.23.0.
Release Notes: A large number of fixes were made and some minor new features were added, including support for Big5 Chinese.
Release Notes: This release includes a number of mostly minor bugfixes. The most notable of these corrects an issue where rotated images were being corrupted and also a problem with event auditing causing events to be incorrectly deleted.
Release Notes: This release addresses a number of issues that have been found in 1.21.1. These are mostly minor, but a couple are more significant, so upgrading to this release is recommended.
Release Notes: A number of minor but important bugfixes were made in the Web interface and motion detection algorithm. There were also a small number of minor feature enhancements and language additions or updates.
Release Notes: This release addresses a number of issues that were introduced in the major streaming rewrite of 1.19.0. Primarily these are concerned with image extraction from network cameras, formatting of image streams out, and a number of changes to the initial configuration script.
Release Notes: This release fixes a bug in the event filters and also prevents filter upgrades from having undesirable effects on your saved events by temporarily disabling automated filters.
Release Notes: This version has been created to address a number of issues introduced previously that arose when performing a new install. As well as this there are also a few other bugfixes of a more general nature.
Release Notes: This is a stability release focused on fixes for a number of minor bugs, the most notable being corrections to the filtering functionality, video generation, and styles on non-IE browsers. Minor features added include the ability to quickly see the most significant event frame without having to view them all and real-time replay of event streams.