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|Latest Stable Version:
||HDHRFling 188.8.131.52 (.Net Version)
||Windows Vista/7/8/8.1, .Net 4
Basic firewall and network skills, Core 2 Duo or better (Core i3+ Series recommended), decent upload speed for internet viewing
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|(Java) Alpha Version:
||HDHRFling 0.0.5 Alpha (Java Version)
|What is this?
||This is a alpha release of the new Java version of HDHRFling Server. This Jar should run on all Java 1.8+ OS's including Mac, Windows & Linux. This version is an evaluation.
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- More tweaks to stream stability
- Fixes to the web player so it stops the stream when exiting the video modal
- More tweaks to stream stability
- Added back Adaptive play
- Change the quality name and settings so both HDTC and Non-HDTC model are more aligned
- Changed colors, Fixed Menu auto close on web interface and other small tweaks.
- Streams should now auto start in iOS, etc...
- Fixed a bug where old inactive streams still showed in the settings section
- Additional stream stabilization
- Fixed bug that prevent 32bit system execution
- Fixed a bug that caused settings to be lost on every restart. You may need to save your settings one more time after this upgrade
- Added back logos
- Fixed a bug that prevented channel listing even when guide data is unavailable. This should allow the app to be used even is Zap2It breaks again
- Temporary Fix of Zap2it service outage. Things are working but there are no channel logos for now. I may wait to address this with the Java version I’m working on actively.
- Fixed a bug when Zap2It results are not returned for chosen provider
- Updated web player flash plugins
- Fixed some small presentation bugs with the Web Player
- Added some enhancements to the Debug Mode so it now captures Handled exception detail when needed for support
- Increased the trial period service timeout to 30 minutes
- Fixed several issues around new installs and environments bugs
- Fixed a bug preventing the DVR functionality from working
- Several tweaks, improvements and fixes
- Fixed several Guide issues and improved guide load times
- Moved all settings to the configuration.db. This should prevent losing data on upgrades
- Fixed what I think was the issue with certain providers not returning guide data
- Fixed Trial Version to only stop the service vs. trying to exit the application
- Add robots.txt in case you using a standard web port
- Several small tweaks and improvements
- Fixed the menu in Roku with the new Zap2it data changes
- Added image caching to speed up the image loads in Roku, etc…
- Fixed the Guide form so it now loads providers much faster and also returned support for Canada postal codes. If you can get local Zap2it listing in a country other than USA & CANADA please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org with your Zap2it url and postal code example and I’ll try and get support in ASAP.
- Small tweak to the new trial to prevent the application from exiting if you register without a relaunch
- Changed trial to completely unencumbered run but will exit and close after 10 minutes. No more trial notice, etc…
- Fixed a bug with channel listing
- Temporary fix for Program Data. More tweaks to come. Zap2it changed their site and threw off my parser.
- Fixed a bug with registration
- Fixed Bug in Guide when no logo was available
- Changed browser playback to an overlay on the page to avoid pop-up blocks and additional windows
- Changed licensing system to prevent licenses sharing. Max two registration. If additional installs are required please email email@example.com
- Updated icon on tray for consistency
- Fixed several other small issues, excessive logging for guide refreshes, naming convention on remove channels labels, etc…
- (Hopefully) Fixed an issue where the streams were always assumed to be in the same position for all providers
- Unable to test due to no issues with Verizon FIOS on this issue
- Made a tweak that reduces the HTML for the TV page based on the size of the device accessing the service
- Increased HDTC Trial to 5 minutes
- Few other small bug fixes and tweaks
- Support for multiple devices including the ability to switch between them from the web interface under settings
- Format last used by user for a given tuner will also restore per device. This is helpful if you have a HDTC and a non HDTC type unit
- Guide data is now stored in the configuration.db and Guide settings are now unique per device
- Excluded channels now accepts ranges (ex: 17-23.1 or 441)
- Fix a bug that prevent Postal Code formats from being used for guide data. This should allow non US users to get guide data.
- Fixed a bug that wouldn’t allow channels with decimals to be entered as max channel or excluded channel
- Roku companion was updated to show 10 guide items on screen. Felt this was a better use of the real-estate. Roku’s can still only use the default device which is the one selected on the Settings tab
- Added UPnP setup for Router and Firewall port opening and forwarding
- HDTC Now officially supported
- Trial for HDTC is different due to no transcoding. The playback is limited to 2 minutes at a time. This should provide enough time to ensure compatibility
- Fixed a major bug preventing all channels that contained a “.” from playing
- Changed the Auto detect HDHR device to provide a drop down for selecting your preferred device (Currently still only one active device is supported at a time)
- Fixed a bug preventing the video from showing in certain web browsers
- Official Product Launch. Trial available.
- Several Fixes to the transcoding to help stablize on Roku and Web Browsers
- Roku companion (private channel HDHRFling)
- Removed HDTC formats for the time being. I am working with Silicon Dust to fix issues with those models
- Several other tweaks and bug fixes
- All Web Browsers can now play Live TV via Flash Support (beta)
- AutoDetect HD Homerun device on network (requires HD Homerun software install)
- Roku’s can now auto connect on the same network
- Requires latest Roku build as well 1.3
- Adaptive stream format now available
- Requires more CPU
- Roku doesn’t seem to adjust quality automatically (still researching)
- Several other tweaks and bug fixes
- Fix a major bug preventing Media File play (Movies)
- Fix what I think was the issue with HDTC units not working
- Fixed the return page after a Tuner Conflict error (was sending back to home page)
- Change Audio formats to now also comply with the video format level.
- Previous audio was fixed for all video qualities
- This should improve mobile streaming
- Changed the lowest format value names to Mobile (Low, Average, Normal) as it is more fitting of their purpose
- Major overhaul to the Roku channel guide
- Huge improvement in transcoding speed and channel start up
- Lower bit rates adhere to appropriate resolutions now
- Fixed the Exclude channels function in the guide settings to allow more easily adding and removing channels to exclude
- Added a debug mode for capturing the ffmpeg output to the install directories error.out file
- Fixed a bug that would throw unnecessary warning to the log console at start up
- Several other tweaks, enhancements and bug fixes
- Purple? That’s right this release marks the introduction of Roku streaming
- (Private Channel) HDHRFling Roku
- Has preliminary guide (working on enhancing)
- Can be used outside the house (i.e. - On vacation, Summer home, etc…) as long as you have decent internet
- You can now add your own video file extension filters in the movie section
- Careful I can’t guarantee it’ll be able to transcode unusual formats
- Add all remaining known HDTC format qualities with AAC alternatives
- Internet720 & internet720 AAC
- Internet480 & internet480 AAC
- Internet360 & internet360 AAC
- Internet240 & internet240 AAC
- Added two low bandwidth profiles (Don’t mind the names )
- Speed improvements when starting a transcoding stream
- Many other small bug fixes
- Fixed a bug that may have been plaguing all the transcoders in which working directories that contained “ “ spaces were not being escaped correctly.
- Fixed a bug with the guide in which the same program would show up across multiple time ranges
Added preliminary support for HDTC models; choose video quality from the following
- HDTC Mobile (Straight copy of both audio and video)
- HDTC Mobile AAC (Copy Video transcode audio)
- HDTC Heavy (same as above but higher quality)
HDTC Heavy AAC (same as above but higher quality)
(This feature is untested, please let me know if it’s working, these settings are also used for DVR recordings. There is still a delay in playing because TV stream are real-time so it takes a few seconds to buffer enough video to have a valid stream. CPU usage should be minimal to none however.)
- Fixed an issue in which the last channel wasn’t being navigated to after viewing the program line up in the DVR menu
- Fixed a playback issue of movies and other offline media files
Added initial DVR functionality.
- The recordings folder is shared by all users and users can watch each other’s recordings.
- There is no handling for tuner conflicts
- Watching on the same tuner as your recording is not supported but is planned in a future release
- DVR recording are a fixed 720p format but are using higher encoding settings than streaming.
Added Movie media streaming. You can choose directories of folders you store movies in and stream them using HDHRFling
- Movie media streaming, including DVR playback, generates HLS file at full speed. This allows the media playback to begin much quicker but does temporarily take up more directory space. Keep this in mind when choosing you scratch disk for streaming.
- Improved Android launching of channels by opening to a new window (android launches external anyway) and removing the Stop Channel feature. Each user now automatically stops the previous transcoder if they switch channels before the standard timeout window (this has been increased to improve certain scenarios in which Android players would hang on requesting the media files for a moment)
- Other bug fixes including a few minor optimizations for helping to improve streaming startup speeds and memory usage
- Added individual user preferences if sharing an instance
- Fixed bug for android users after closing external player and being forced to refresh
- Further improvements for android playback. (Recommend MX Player and use HW acceleration) Combine that with HDHRFling low or average quality for a great and smooth playback experience.
- Home page is a new Menu style page which will help support new features I’m working on. Icon’s give away clues to features on the way
- Minor improvements to the guide layout allowing better program description presentation
- Fixed a major bug which prevent multiple streams and high CPU. You can now successfully start more than one stream without issue (cpu performance matters still)
- Other minor tweaks and improvements (BETA extended until 2/28)
- Added ability to change quality form the mobile device under the settings page
- Fix issue with guide images not always aligning to a channel
- Added a guide auto updater. The guide will now occasionally download decreasing the time to load the home page guide.
- Change the profiles to increase chance of Android support (h264 baseline level 3 w/ AAC 128k 44100 for Normal and below quality levels)
- Fix an issue on some devise where the video would fail shortly after launch when Authentication is enabled.
- Fixed issue with adding and removing authenticated users not refreshing the list
The beta installer comes with a fully function version that stops functioning on February 28th. This will give you time try and provide feedback. Either a second BETA or official release will proceed after the expiration period. Please provide as much feedback as possible. For now I will leverage the Silicon Dust forums for feedback and discussion.