Yawcam BETA 2007-03-03

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Yawcam BETA 2007-03-03

Postby malun » Sun Mar 04, 2007 5:11 pm

Get the new beta release:
Yawcam_BETA_2007-03-03.exe (2,96 MB)
Mirror:
Yawcam_BETA_2007-03-03.exe

This installation requires:
Java Runtime Environment (JRE) 6 or later.
DirectX 9 or later.
Windows Media Player 9 or later.
Windows 2000/XP/Vista

The installation file will tell you if you are missing something!



What's new since last official release?
- Updated the video source handler.
(now supports more video devices)
- Fixed FREEZE BUG!
- Fixed memory leak in JPEG encoding.
- Removed JRE from installation file.
- Added stream by JavaScript.
- Added new stream protocol for applet.
- Added possibility to disable zoom in applet.
- Added {date} and {tstamp} variables for file names.
- Added variables {tstampH}, {tstampM} and {tstampS} for file names.
- Added variables {dateY}, {dateM} and {dateD} for file names.
- Added function to save images into a movie.
- Added popup menu for right click on applet.
- Added more options for the applet.
- Added image overlay.
- Added kick and ban stream viewers.
- Added always on top option.
- Added right click menu on tray icon.
- Added tray icon balloon tip text.
- Fixed decimal value bug in ftp and file interval fields.
- CPU optimizations for file and ftp output.
- Fix: Version check doesn't affect startuptime any more.
- Added workaround for webcams that didn't allow hibernation.
- Added stealth mode, which allows hiding windows and tray icon.
- Fixed offline image to save as "out0.jpg" instead of "out{5}.jpg".
- Fixed a problem related to image arrays and FTP.
- Fixed bug in FTP regarding multiline answers to NLST.
- Fixed speedup for FTP image arrays.
- Added more options in image array wizard.
- Added user defined overlay variables (parsed from text file).
- Added a Scheduler.
- Fixed a bug in "silent retry on connection error" for ftp upload.
- Added possibility to use all system fonts in text overlay.
- Added resized images function to fit a PDA's or Mobile phone's screen.
- Added WAP page with WAP 2.0 XHTML compability.
- Fixed a bug where ftp sometimes didn't delete temporary files.
- Fixed that webserver didn't allow filenames containing spaces.
- Added a new page in the settings for the connection.
- Added support to forward ports via UPNP.
- Added a page designer for the stream page.
- Now loads from the template file dynamically on each request.
- Added online check and url info guides.
- Changed some parts of the GUI.
- Reduced CPU load for preview window.
- The local IP is detected more accurate and hopefully not confused by Firewire ports etc.
- Added Motion Detection.

What's new since last beta?
- Fixed a bug related to the "start output at startup" functions.
- The page designer now also works when Java Applet is used for stream.
- The local IP is detected more accurate and hopefully not confused by Firewire ports etc.
- Added more help and info texts.
- More of the new text is now dynamic and change after language file.


Known problems in this beta:
- A lot of text is fixed to English...


/malun
Last edited by malun on Sun Mar 18, 2007 12:45 pm, edited 1 time in total.

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Postby The Kingfish » Mon Mar 12, 2007 2:27 am

OK so why is this beta version ~3MB and the released version is ~13MB? Is this an upgrade where I have to install that version first and does this have all the features of that version plus motion detection?

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Postby malun » Tue Mar 13, 2007 6:47 pm

This is because the new beta version doesn't contain the JRE (Java Runtime Environment). In other words the new version requires that you already have Java installed on your computer. This was not necessary before in the earlier versions.

However, the new installation file will tell you if you are missing the right Java version and where to download it. If you don't get any warnings about Java during the installation all should work fine.

/malun

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Postby malun » Tue Mar 13, 2007 7:42 pm

Just to clarify: You don't need a previous version installed before you install this version.

/malun

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Postby The Kingfish » Wed Mar 14, 2007 8:25 am

Thanks for the reply. I grabbed the beta version and it works great. Cheers!


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