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Bug fixes and minor improvements: Sharing media from Windows explorer now open the new GUI (and not the old one). when attempting to share a mapped network drive or a network path which is not accessible to the server).
Hide the i Tunes entry in the media source page of the GUI.
TVersity Media Server Version 3.8 Add Sony Playstation 4 (PS4) support. Improve off-screen browser support for BBC i Player and for NBC.
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Pro version costs , watch premium Internet content on your TV (including full episodes), from sites like Hulu (US only), BBC i Player (UK only), Joost, Sling, and many more.
Media Server Version 3.8 Add Sony Playstation 4 (PS4) support. Improve off-screen browser support for BBC i Player and for NBC. Media Server Version 3.7.1 Previous release broke audio and photos with Roku (while fixing video by including a workaround for a Roku firmware bug), this release restores proper operation with Roku for audio, video and photos.
Media Server Version 3.7 Work around a Roku firmware (6.1) bug that broke operation with TVersity (for more info see this).
Add logging of stack traces in case of a crash, this is to allow for quick fixes when such crashes occur in the field.
Fix crash when indexing some MKV files with chapters.
The media sharing page of the GUI now allows drag/drop of links from the browser address bar as a way to share them (previously only drag/drop of files and folders was allowed).
Bug fixes: Fix possible corruption of media transcoded to WEBM (for Chromecast) once cached.
This corruption prevented from the service to start and required users to re-install in order to workaround it.
Various small fixes in the HTML5 interface used for pushing content to Chromecast.
The corruption lead to subsequent playback attempts (which were served from the cache) to fail.