Rygel 0.20.2 Media Server Supports Milliseconds in Renderer

This stable release fixes issues and updates translations

By Marius Nestor on November 15th, 2013 21:21 GMT

The second maintenance release of the stable Rygel 0.20 media server has been officially release a few days ago, as part of the GNOME 3.10.2 incremental update of the popular desktop environment.

Rygel 0.20.2 supports milliseconds in the renderer, adds Next and Previous functions to CurrentTransportActions, returns a proper error if the media is not seekable, and prevents a critical warning on missing MIME-types.

Moreover, read-only peers are now ignored, XML generation has been fixed, and base64 escaping of URLs works properly. Several other small issues have also been repaired in this new stable release of Rygel, a command-line media server for the GNOME desktop environment.

Lots of translations have been updated in Rygel 0.20.2, including Brazilian Portuguese, Spanish, Galician, Hungarian, German, Polish, Slovenian, and Serbian. More details can be found in the official raw changelog.

Download Rygel 0.20.2 right now from Softpedia.
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