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JRiver Media Center 20.0.13 for Debian
« on: September 08, 2014, 03:46:59 pm »

http://files.jriver.com/mediacenter/channels/v20/latest/MediaCenter-20.0.13.deb

20.0.13 (9/8/2014)

1. Fixed: Corrected the latency calculation for the ALSA output.
2. NEW: Video support.

20.0.7 (8/14/2014)

1. Changed: Reverted to previous device detection scheme. Because of a bug in ALSA this can occasionally crash when enumerating devices. It fixes detection on some platforms however.

20.0.6 (8/12/2014)

1. NEW: File path dialogs for Options (requires gtk 2.0)
2. Changed: Retry audio device enumeration on failure. Fixes troubles finding devices on ubuntu x64.
3. Changed: More tweaks to eventing.

19.0.160 (8/5/2014)

1. Changed: (again) the root window updating. Reverted somewhat to the previous behavior. Only the right side, bottom and bottom right corner work properly for resize.

19.0.156 (7/24/2014)

1. Fixed: One of the types of HTTP redirects was not being handled properly. This fixes troubles with some internet streams and one particular DLNA controller.
2. Fixed: The ALSA Buffer time and Period time parameters were not being used.
3. NEW: The ALSA output format can be fixed to a specific type (i.e. S32_LE) as well as auto detected (previous method).
4. Fixed: Window Size/Position issues in some dialogs (i.e. dsp studio sample rate selection).
5. NEW: Rudimentary portable drive (handheld) support (no autodetect).
6. Changed: Root window move/resize. Position/Size isn't updated until left mouse button is released. Prevents jumping, etc. This will likely change again...

19.0.152 (7/15/2014)

1. Fixed: Detection of mountpoints under /media and /mnt, treated as "drives"
2. NEW: Implemented the functions which allow "Rename, move and copy files" to work.
3. NEW: For deleting files from the library, moving to the recycle (Trash) bin implemented. Since this is desktop dependent you'll need to symlink ~/Trash to your desktop trash directory.

19.0.148 (7/3/2014)

1. Fixed: Multichannel mapping.

19.0.146 (6/26/2014)

1. Fixed: Watched folders now see subfolders properly.

19.0.144 (6/24/2014)

1. NEW: Implemented DSD over DoP. Tested with Mytek Stereo192 DSD DAC.
2. NEW: Added S24LE audio format.
3. Fixed: Registration issues (losing previous registration, etc).
4. Fixed: Socket handle leak.

19.0.143 (6/19/2014)

1. NEW: Added DPMS control to the HDMI screen option under audio.
2. Fixed: Registration issues (losing previous registration, etc).
3. Fixed: WOL Mac address were not being supplied to the access key server properly.

19.0.141 (6/13/2014)

1. Changed: Default volume mode is now "Internal" rather than "System".
2. Changed: Added command line switch for restoring license from an MJR file (/RestoreFromFile).
3. Changed: Tooltips that obscure underlying clickable fields removed.
4. NEW: Screensaver control enabled (turn on hdmi screen option under Audio).
5. NEW: Added command line alsacap to the debian package (in MC's shared library location).
6. Changed: Audio driver configuration changed to be more like windows/mac.
7. NEW: The ALSA driver selection can be made from the WebRemote control panel.
8. NEW: DSD Encoder working.

19.0.138 (6/6/14)

1. Fixed: Asynchronous crashing triggered by Media Network being enabled.
2. Fixed: Ratings.
3. Fixed: Bug in eventing.
4. NEW: Licensing is now enabled. The trial period starts.

19.0.135 (5/9/2014)

1. Fixed: The watch folders function.
2. Fixed: A memory leak from above.

19.0.134 (5/15/2014)

1. New: The font dialog is enabled (Options->Tree and View->Select Font). You can choose from the default Lucida, GNU Unifont and a user defined font string. The User Defined font string has to be acceptable to XLoadQueryFont. If the font isn't found, MC will fall back to Lucida and then Mutt-Clearlyu. The font height can also be trimmed manually. Height in pixels of trim.

19.0.133-2 (5/12/2014)

1. Change: Reverted from requirement for dynamic ssl and crypto libs added inadvertently in 19.0.133

19.0.133 (5/9/2014)

1. Changed: The font loads orders of magnitude faster.
2. Fixed. The maximum size calculated for the font characters were not being calculated properly at load time resulting in imprecise placement of elements in the MC window.

19.0.129-3 (4/22/2014)

1. Changed: libcurl system shared lib dependencies reduced.
2. Fixed: Internet reader timeout.

19.0.129 (4/21/2014)

1. Changed: libcurl integrated into the JRReader. Greatly reduces dependencies and uses a newer version of libcurl. Needs testing to see if anything is missing and to check compatibility with distro's (unsupported) other than debian wheezy.
2. Changed: xz compression on the .deb greatly reduces download size.

19.0.128 (4/15/2014)

1. NEW: System volume control and mute control if supported by the device (controls the PCM output). The mixer is discovered during audio device config (reselect your audio device to get it).

19.0.124-5 (3/27/2014)

1. Changed: More maximize/not maximized work.


19.0.124 (3/25/2014)

1. Fixed: Use 64 bit stat functions. Fixes problems using mounted windows (and CIFS NAS) filesystems. Probably also fixes other random file problems.
2. Fixed: Moving the main window works properly now.
3. Changed: Method of screen position saving restoring (again). Needs testing.
4. Fixed: Resizing works (as long as nothing is playing).
5. Fixed: Restores maximized/not maximized state upon start.

19.0.122 (3/14/2014)

1. Fixed: Remembers size and position on re-open. Needs testing on different platforms / window managers.
2. Changed: The method used to allow moving/resizing. Needs testing on different platforms / window managers.

19.0.121 (3/11/2014)

1. Fixed: Memory leak introduced in 19.0.119
2. NEW: WMA playback support.
3. Fixed: HTTP authorization tokens weren't being done properly, so that only one server authorization was stored at a time.
4. Changed: Timeout advanced to July 10th 2014.
5. Fixed: Internet reader, HTTP redirects were not handled properly.
6. NEW: Use backing store for windows if the server supports it (UI speed increase).
7. NEW: Mouse cursor changes (on click) for main window move/resize. Intend this to work on hover in the future.
8. Changed: More tweaking of the tooltip and transient window hints (need feedback).

19.0.119 (2/28/2014)

1. Fixed: Movement and resizing of MediaCenter works properly now.
2. Fixed: HTTP authentication was broken in build 19.0.118.

19.0.118 (2/21/2014)

1. Fixed: The linux network reader fixed to handle custom methods (needed for DLNA events).
2. Fixed: When acting as a DLNA renderer, wouldn't move on to the next track in a playlist properly.
3. Fixed: Tooltip windows to work better with more window managers. Still not transparent however.

19.0.117 (2/14/2014)

1. Fixed: Enabled filesystem statistics gathering function.
2. Fixed: Allow : in filename (was filtered out by windows code).
3. Fixed: Remove special treatment of UNC style paths (windows code).
4. Fixed: Remove special treatment of . in pathnames, i.e. foo./bar (windows code).
5. Fixed: The fixing of the documents path causes the automatic database backup to occur. (~/Documents/JRiver ....)

19.0.116 (2/10/2014)

1. Fixed: Prevent tooltips and transparent windows from stealing input focus. Fixes upper right corner search box.

19.0.115 (2/5/2014)

1. Changed: Completely reworked the linux ALSA audio output device control to be more efficient and reduce latency.
2: NEW: Allow advanced user control of the latency.

19.0.112 (1/30/2014)

1. Fixed: Stability improvements.
2. Changed: Moved timeout to April 9th 2014

19.0.109 (1/23/2014)

1. Fixed: Workaround a curl bug that could cause crashing on slow dns lookups.
2. Fixed: Window focus issues. Need feedback.

19.0.108 (1/21/2014)

1. Fixed: Stability improvements.

19.0.103-3 (1/14/2014)

1. Fixed: Stability improvements.

19.0.103-2 (1/13/2014)

1. Changed: Removed system requirement for libcrypto++ and libboost-regex.

19.0.103 (1/9/2014)

1. NEW: Implemented libboost for regular expressions to match the windows and mac versions.
2. Changed: More dependencies tuning.

19.0.102 (1/3/2014)

1. Changed: Bumped timeout to February 9th 2014
2. Changed: Package no longer depends on the various linux audio encoders to install, they are recommended but not required leaving it up to the user to install. These are Lame, Vorbis-tools, Musepack-tools. They can be 32 or 64 bit.

19.0.94 (12/16/2013)

1. Fixed: Bug introduced from the column header crash fix.

19.0.92 (12/11/2013)

1. New: Added Musepack (mpc) encoder (requires system musepack-tools).
2. Fixed: Pathname length for files increased from 260 to 4096.

19.0.91 (12/10/2013)

1. Changed: More shared library work (stability).
2. Changed: Now requires system libcrypto++9 (>= 5.6.1)
3. Fixed: MPC (Musepack) input plugin.

19.0.90 (12/9/2013)

1. Fixed: .deb pacakge dependencies will allow either i386 or amd64 versions of lame and vorbis-tool and un-arched xfonts.
2. Changed: Reliability in loading shared libraries, was causing problems when switching between audio formats during playback.

19.0.89 (12/6/2013)

1. New: Added OGG encoder.

19.0.88 (12/5/2013)

1. Fixed: OGG input plugin.

19.0.85-1 (12/3/2013)

1. Faster: Drawing from an internal image to the screen is much faster (requires 0 memory manipulations before draw; previously required two copies before draw).
2. Changed: More resolutions avaiable for the dynamic MC Icon.
3. Fixed: DLNA fixes from the main code.

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Re: JRiver Media Center 20.0.13 for Debian
« Reply #1 on: September 08, 2014, 03:51:49 pm »

This is the first build with video support.
It requires
libgl1-mesa-glx (or equivalent)
to provide
libGL.so.1

I did NOT add this to the dependencies yet since there are a bunch of these libGL.so.1* some of which are supplied by manufacturers.

No idea of whether or not this will work on a 64 bit based distro.

I watched a 1080p .mkv fullscreen with only minimal cpu usage on my core 2 quad with ancient nvidia 8400 video card.

There is NO 3d support yet and no support for images in MC either...
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Re: JRiver Media Center 20.0.13 for Debian
« Reply #2 on: September 08, 2014, 03:59:04 pm »

libGL.so is often provided by the GPU driver, ie. on debian it could also be libgl1-fglrx-glx or libgl1-nvidia-glx for AMD and NVIDIA respectively, or the Mesa package bob named for all drivers using Mesa instead of their own.
Even on a headless system many distributions will install the mesa package to satisfy dependencies.

Also note that the video support is very early, and the majority of features will not work yet. You can import videos and watch them, however the watching experience is anything but pristine yet, but we're actively working on that over the coming weeks.
I'll create a new topic about the state of video features tomorrow, but its 11pm here. ;)
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Re: JRiver Media Center 20.0.13 for Debian
« Reply #3 on: September 08, 2014, 05:02:36 pm »

Wow, way to go, not for the faint of heart, I'm sure.  Works on openSUSE Factory x86-64 with Mesa 10.3 (AMD HD6570) with OSS driver.  I get a strange flash every second or so with running KF5/Plasma5, but with regular old KDE 4.14, I do not see it.

FWIW, here the package is:  Mesa-libGL1-32bit
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Re: JRiver Media Center 20.0.13 for Debian
« Reply #4 on: September 08, 2014, 05:25:15 pm »

This is the first build with video support.
Great job Hendrik and Bob!  Thanks!
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Re: JRiver Media Center 20.0.13 for Debian
« Reply #5 on: September 08, 2014, 08:42:58 pm »

Awesome work!

I know it's early days for video, but picked up a couple of things (that you probably already know about)...

1. I'm getting strobing when I watch in full screen. A white flash every couple of seconds.
2. Sound channels not mixing properly (i.e one of my vids has no centre channel sound on my stereo laptop).

Latest Intel drivers installed, running Sandybridge graphics on Ubuntu 14.04 64bit.

Keep up the fantastic work!

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Re: JRiver Media Center 20.0.13 for Debian
« Reply #6 on: September 09, 2014, 02:02:37 am »

I get that flash too every second. I'm pretty sure it has to with our compositor using opengl too.

I am on Arch 64 bit, xfce4 with Compton compositor.
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Re: JRiver Media Center 20.0.13 for Debian
« Reply #7 on: September 09, 2014, 02:03:25 am »

Ow forgot to mention, great work guys, thanks!
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Re: JRiver Media Center 20.0.13 for Debian
« Reply #8 on: September 09, 2014, 02:44:34 am »

I saw the flashing as well on one system, but I thought it stopped, but guess I was wrong.
I don't think its related to OpenGL as such. Maybe a window manager thing..

Can you test something, right click the display view to bring up the context menu and let it sit there, does the context menu close when the flash happens?
It used to do that for me, as if a background window stole the focus, painted itself on top, and then the video draws over it again.
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Re: JRiver Media Center 20.0.13 for Debian
« Reply #9 on: September 09, 2014, 03:16:20 am »

I saw the flashing as well on one system, but I thought it stopped, but guess I was wrong.
I don't think its related to OpenGL as such. Maybe a window manager thing..

Oke, I literally only had a minute to test because I had a train to catch, but when I disabled Compton and reverted to the default xfce4 window manager, I thought it was gone, that's why I thought that.

Can you test something, right click the display view to bring up the context menu and let it sit there, does the context menu close when the flash happens?
It used to do that for me, as if a background window stole the focus, painted itself on top, and then the video draws over it again.

If no one else has, I'll do it when I get back home.
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Re: JRiver Media Center 20.0.13 for Debian
« Reply #10 on: September 09, 2014, 06:48:00 am »

Can you test something, right click the display view to bring up the context menu and let it sit there, does the context menu close when the flash happens?
It used to do that for me, as if a background window stole the focus, painted itself on top, and then the video draws over it again.

Yep, that's exactly what's happening.

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Re: JRiver Media Center 20.0.13 for Debian
« Reply #11 on: September 09, 2014, 06:55:59 am »

I figured out why its happening, its because it tries to re-position itself as a proper fullscreen window, but the window manager limits the dimensions for the "task bar" on top, so it tries again a second later, and again, and again, and everytime it flashes.
It was on my list to implement a proper full-screen anyway, so guess thats what i'll do now! Stupid X window managers doing things behind the applications back......
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Re: JRiver Media Center 20.0.13 for Debian
« Reply #12 on: September 09, 2014, 12:55:35 pm »

Awesome!  I was able to play an AVI file on my Debian Jessie 64bit without installing any additional packages.  I experience the aforementioned flashing in full screen mode that sounds like it's already being addressed.

Also, I did the "detach window" feature which created an improperly scaled view of the video in the upper left hand corner.  This was a window with no borders or gadgets.  When I unchecked the box that said "show borders", nothing on the display changed, but right clicking on the video display no longer produced the context menu.

Also, in this case, I would have expected the parent MediaCenter window to be available, but it was not.

Thanks!!!

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Re: JRiver Media Center 20.0.13 for Debian
« Reply #13 on: September 09, 2014, 01:00:01 pm »

Detached Display is not yet supported.
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Re: JRiver Media Center 20.0.13 for Debian
« Reply #14 on: September 09, 2014, 02:45:05 pm »

Great leap forward and a lot earlier than I was expecting.

Downloaded and installed the update manually. Ctrl+J / Check for Updates gave me a "there was a problem" response from 20.0.7 on Ubuntu 14.04 x64 / Unity. Does this function work in Linux yet?

EDIT: Thanks Hendrik for the quick reply. No biggy just wanting to understand whether it was just me. Cheers and thanks for your efforts.
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Re: JRiver Media Center 20.0.13 for Debian
« Reply #15 on: September 09, 2014, 02:48:00 pm »

I don't think auto-update works on Linux yet.
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Re: JRiver Media Center 20.0.13 for Debian
« Reply #16 on: September 10, 2014, 05:52:43 pm »

Video is working fine here with no flicker, which is odd because I'm also on Arch with XFCE4 and Compton like Inflatable Mouse, so I figured I'd have it too.  Maybe because I replaced the XFCE window manager with Openbox? EDIT: I do see the white flash in Gnome on Arch, FWIW.

BTW am I supposed to be able to see the OSD in fullscreen? 
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Re: JRiver Media Center 20.0.13 for Debian
« Reply #17 on: September 11, 2014, 11:55:16 am »

Hello everyone,

I am new in the MC community and my new htpc enjoys me a lot!
Thank you for that  :)

My setup is a dedicated Intel NUC D54250WYKH with Wheezy 32bits with no gui (as it is described in the thread "MC without gui").
Audio files are stored on a Synology Nas and shared with NFS to the htpc.
I have an USB DAC Musical Fidelity vII that I set as default sound card in JRiver.

Everything is working fine with this setup and Mediacenter 20.0.7.

But problem comes with Mediacenter 20.0.13 :(

Mediacenter crashed after few seconds (between 5-10 sec) in any case.

If I reboot my htpc I should see (meaning MC is working fine):
Total time: 4ms
Result: 0
 
Instead it shows the linux login prompt, meaning something went wrong.

If I try running MC manually from ssh -X session then I see the MC window, it looks fine when exploring menus and options but it finally crashes after few seconds.
It displays then:
Segmentation fault
I don't even have the time to run files importation. 

After several unsuccessfull  tries I reverted back to 20.0.7 and it is working as before!

Any ideas or suggestions?

Thank again for your work.
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Re: JRiver Media Center 20.0.13 for Debian
« Reply #18 on: September 11, 2014, 01:58:02 pm »

Hello everyone,

I am new in the MC community and my new htpc enjoys me a lot!
Thank you for that  :)

My setup is a dedicated Intel NUC D54250WYKH with Wheezy 32bits with no gui (as it is described in the thread "MC without gui").
Audio files are stored on a Synology Nas and shared with NFS to the htpc.
I have an USB DAC Musical Fidelity vII that I set as default sound card in JRiver.

Everything is working fine with this setup and Mediacenter 20.0.7.

But problem comes with Mediacenter 20.0.13 :(

Mediacenter crashed after few seconds (between 5-10 sec) in any case.

If I reboot my htpc I should see (meaning MC is working fine):
Total time: 4ms
Result: 0
 
Instead it shows the linux login prompt, meaning something went wrong.

If I try running MC manually from ssh -X session then I see the MC window, it looks fine when exploring menus and options but it finally crashes after few seconds.
It displays then:
Segmentation fault
I don't even have the time to run files importation. 

After several unsuccessfull  tries I reverted back to 20.0.7 and it is working as before!

Any ideas or suggestions?

Thank again for your work.
You are still going to need libGL.so.1 even if you don't run the GUI since it's linked by libJRPlayer.so
(try ldd -d /usr/lib/jriver/Media\ Center\ 20/libJRPlayer.so)
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Re: JRiver Media Center 20.0.13 for Debian
« Reply #19 on: September 11, 2014, 03:04:27 pm »

You are still going to need libGL.so.1 even if you don't run the GUI since it's linked by libJRPlayer.so
(try ldd -d /usr/lib/jriver/Media\ Center\ 20/libJRPlayer.so)

I missed this point!
It's perfectly working now.

Thank you for your help
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Re: JRiver Media Center 20.0.13 for Debian
« Reply #20 on: September 12, 2014, 01:59:30 pm »

I missed this point!
It's perfectly working now.

Thank you for your help
I'd like to get that into the dpkg dependencies but I'm not quite sure how to do it since libGL.so.1.x can come from so many different packages....
Any linux packaging gurus have an idea on this?
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Re: JRiver Media Center 20.0.13 for Debian
« Reply #21 on: September 12, 2014, 02:08:17 pm »

Apparently a common way to express this dependency is using "libgl1-mesa-glx | libgl1", or so google claims. libgl1 is a virtual package provided by different implementations.
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Re: JRiver Media Center 20.0.13 for Debian
« Reply #22 on: September 12, 2014, 02:12:49 pm »

Apparently a common way to express this dependency is using "libgl1-mesa-glx | libgl1", or so google claims. libgl1 is a virtual package provided by different implementations.
I already use that format for some of the other dependencies.
I was curious if anyone had a kind of exhaustive list of the different packages (including the manufacturer supplied ones).
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Re: JRiver Media Center 20.0.13 for Debian
« Reply #23 on: September 12, 2014, 02:15:00 pm »

Apparently a common way to express this dependency is using "libgl1-mesa-glx | libgl1", or so google claims. libgl1 is a virtual package provided by different implementations.
How much ABI compatibility does libGL have and what do we need to specify for this dependency?
"libgl1-mesa-glx (> 1.x.blah.blah) | libgl1 (>.9.foo.bar)"
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Re: JRiver Media Center 20.0.13 for Debian
« Reply #24 on: September 12, 2014, 02:16:58 pm »

I checked a few packages that have 3D dependencies, and thats whats found in their control file, so it must work..
Trying to list every possible vendor implementation would be insane, trust in debians virtual "libgl1" package, I suppose.

For the versions, just flow without any. OpenGL is designed to be very compatible, and we only directly link against functions present in OpenGL 1.x, which should be in every libGL.so on this planet.
All more advanced functions are looked up at runtime through OpenGL specific means, since its specifically designed to avoid this problem.
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