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1.0.26 - Released 04-April-2013
- Fix compiling with ffmpeg 1.0.
- Fix a couple potential scanner crash bugs.
- Fix inotify parsing of new video symlinks.
- Validate or escape user input to prevent SQL injection.

1.0.25 - Released 13-July-2012
- Fix a couple crash bugs on malformed WAV files.
- Forcibly tweak the model number for Xbox360 clients, or they might ignore us.
- Enable all network interfaces by default if none were specified.
- Add flag to force downscaled thumbnails rather than using embedded ones.
- Add DirecTV client detection, and fix image resolution issue.
- Add support for the latest ffmpeg/libav library versions.
- Fix a potential crash on requests for a resize of a non-existent image.
- Make DeviceID checking more permissive for Sagem Radio.

1.0.24 - Released 14-Feb-2012
- Fix playlist browsing with no SortOrder specified.
- Fix inotify detection of caption file removal.
- Handle an empty DeviceID from Zyxel media player SOAP request.
- Fix false positives in playlist caching optimization when we have duplicate file names in different directories.
- Trim the camera model name extracted from EXIF tags.
- Add support for user-configurable log level settings.
- Add DLNA.ORG_FLAGS support.

1.0.23 - Released 23-Jan-2012
- Enable the subtitle menu on some Samsung TV's.
- Add subtitle support for Panasonic TV's.
- Add workarounds for LifeTab tablets' bad behavior.
- Speed up playlist parsing.
- Make metadata-based virtual containers case insensitive.
- Add folder art support (very few clients support this though).
- Improve trimming of quotation marks.
- Fix SRT caption support with the latest Samsung Series D firmware.
- Fix subtitles on LG TV's for items whose titles don't have a dot in them.
- Add support for the av:mediaClass tag, so some Sony devices can filter items by media type.
- Fix inotify detection issues on first-level folders.
- Work around LifeTab's broken DLNA support.
- Add image rotation support during resize. (mostly useful for TiVo)

1.0.22 - Released 24-Aug-2011
- Add bookmark support for some Samsung TV's.
- Fix a memory leak when certain model Samsung TV's or Roku devices are on the network.
- Fix detection of Samsung Series D models.
- Add WAV MIME workaround for Marantz Receivers and Roku SoundBridge.
- Fix bitrate displayed on Microsoft PFS devices.
- Fix a scanner crash when trying to scan image files with no read access.

1.0.21 - Released 18-July-2011
- Fix a few issues with new libav/ffmpeg versions.
- Fix FF/REW of AVI files on Samsung Series B TV's.
- Fix a crash bug when playing music on TiVo.
- Add the ability to change the root media container.
- Add WAV/RIFF INFO tag parsing support for the most common tags.
- Fix a crash bug with clients that request a large number of results.

1.0.20 - Released 09-June-2011
- Fix a crash bug when scanning MPEG-TS files with odd packet sizes.
- Fix AVI file streaming on Samsung A-Series TV's.
- Improve support for the NETGEAR Digital Entertainer Live (EVA2000).
- Add support for multiple network interfaces.
- Add subtitle support for LG TV's and Blu-Ray players.
- Fix some minor coding issues found by cppcheck.
- Add client adaptation support for Toshiba Regza TV's.
- Send known audio-only devices straight to the Music section on root requests.
- Add client adaptation support for Roku SoundBridge audio clients.
- Improve Sony client adaptation to allow support for more file types.
- Add support for reading tags from MP4 video files with recent lavf versions.
- Add support for Samsung's GetFeatureList method.

1.0.19 - Released 11-Mar-2011
- When called with -R, only remove art_cache and files.db in case users use an
  imporant directory as their db dir.
- Properly scan newly created directory symlinks.
- Improve Windows 7 interoperability.
- Add basic NLS support, so clients can display localized strings.
- Optimize JPEG scaling by downscaling as much as possible during decompression.

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