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JRiver Media Center 32.0.26 for Windows -- Available Here
« on: March 17, 2024, 09:16:14 am »

This is a new build of JRiver Media Center 32.  Please post bugs here.  Please start a new thread for anything requiring discussion.  Non-bug posts will be deleted.

Download 64-bit build (works on 64 bit systems only)

Download 32-bit build (works on all systems)

32.0.26 (3/14/2024)

1. Fixed: Merging of image [People] and [Image Regions] did not work if the latter is empty.
2. NEW: Added Theater View file info template for TV Shows using Spotlight data. (v2.4 of templates file)
3. Changed: Particle creation from chapters works on blu-rays.

32.0.25 (3/12/2024)

1. Changed: Updated German translation file (thanks Bytestar).
2. NEW: Added Spotlight item to context menu in Theater View which will show Spotlight for the first file.
3. Fixed: Spotlight stopped retrieving albums for artists.
4. NEW: Introduced a new Tonemapping Curve setting in JRVR Advanced Output selection to pick between different Spline curves for tonemapping.
5. Changed: The default JRVR tonemapping spline curve has been changed to favor a more lively "popping" image in dark scenes.
6. Fixed: Setting the media network client conversion for audio was not working.
7. NEW: Added the ability to create particles from chapters in a video (requires a video that plays with chapters, does not work with DVDs currently).
8. NEW: JPEG image [People] field is written to XMP "PersonInImage" tag.
9. Changed: Image data in [People] field and the Regions data are always merged, so they will be as consistent with each other as possible.  Users are encouraged to use Face-tagging tool to make changes and editing [People] field directly is discouraged.

32.0.24 (3/7/2024)

1. Changed: When loading images for Theater View backdrop, images that do not have a language specification is considered a match, in addition to those that match the required language strictly.
2. Changed: Updated German translation file (thanks Bytestar).
3. Fixed: Recordings made on Google Pixel phones are properly identified as Home Videos.
4. Fixed: MC Television properties page (TV Options) tried to error check recordig settings (in particular, folders for TV recordings) even if recording option was off.
5. Changed: Updated to WavPack 5.7.
6. Changed: Tuned the JRVR Peak Detection parameters to be more conservative to reduce noticeable brightness changes from dynamic tone mapping.
7. Changed: When image face-tagging is finished, the [People] field is automatically updated.

32.0.23 (3/5/2024)

1. Changed: Updated Chinese (simplified) translation file (thanks YanJun Sun).
2. Changed: The view header alphabet uses the text over color instead of the text selected color on mouse over.
3. NEW: Support for FLAC files with 32-bit audio.
4. Fixed: The setting "Allow custom data to override the expression" did not allow itself to be turned off.
5. Fixed: While playing a live TV channel on a client using a server TV tuner, switching to a different media type (e.g. Audio or Video) without explicitly clicking the Stop button would cause the server tuner not to be released (for an hour).

32.0.22 (2/29/2024)

1. Changed: Updated the new / improved this version link to v32.
2. Changed: Updated German translation file (thanks Bytestar).
3. Fixed: Navigating a view could switch the focus to the tree instead of the file lists.
4. Changed: Moved the numbers to the start of the navigation alphabet (since they come before letters in the sorting).
5. NEW: Face-tagging for JPEG images (select an area in the image and tag who/what it is).  The result is saved in an XMP regions tag.

32.0.21 (2/27/2024)

1. Changed: Theater View movie file info uses full description in large view (v2.3 of templates file).
2. Fixed: The EXIF parser could crash on malformed files.
3. NEW: Added IsOverridden expression function to test if an expression field has a stored value.
4. Changed: The links tracks command disables when only one track is selected (when it's in the MRU menu).
5. Changed: More MCWS functions have the parameter NoUI to put the player in error free mode (and all default to true) (playback from JRemote is less likely to show an error, etc.).
6. Fixed: Commas in Aspect Ratio were not being handled in Theater View movie file template.
7. Fixed: Missing director images were messing up Theater View movie file template cast display.

32.0.20 (2/22/2024)

1. Changed: If middle click closes a tab, it will no longer also fire a mode change.
2. Changed: List drawing supports the alpha parameter on text.
3. Changed: The view header alphabet allows clicks in the space around letters instead of only on the letters.
4. Changed: Removed the keyboard shortcut to flip Playing Now and added a menu choice instead.
5. Changed: The "Name" field is no longer being filled from video file metadata, as its values are largely not desirable and prevent AutoTag (Carnac) from running.
6. Changed: Updated Greek translation (thanks Panagiotis).

32.0.19 (2/19/2024)

1. Changed: Slovak translation updated (thanks Peter Lukáč).
2. Changed: Minor tweak to volume protection so that it works more evenly.
3. Fixed: The handheld filename rule wasn't saving since our change a couple builds back.
4. Changed: Equalizer sliders move 0.5 dB to the arrows and mouse wheel.
5. Changed: Made the alphabet above a file list stretch to the full width instead of being all left aligned.
6. Changed: The alphabet uses the text selected color instead of the text hot color on mouse over.
7. Fixed: Resolved a build issue that caused Media Center to crash on older processors.
Matt Ashland, JRiver Media Center


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Re: JRiver Media Center 32.0.26 for Windows -- Available Here
« Reply #1 on: March 17, 2024, 09:19:57 am »

The Microsoft virus checker was flagging the last build with a false positive.  The latest Windows 11 thinks this build is safe.

We reported the false to Microsoft as well, but it takes a few days.
Matt Ashland, JRiver Media Center
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