Vista media library not updating

Improved: Better recognition of audio and subitle languages. Fixed: Duplicate devices begin added into Media Devices dialog.

Fixed: Content rating restrictions not applied correctly when pushing files using Mezzmo Android app.

See Transcoding Settings dialog to turn on hardware acceleration.

New: Network adaptor selection in Media Server Settings dialog lets you choose which network you broadcast and communicate with Mezzmo server. New: Support for streaming raw h264 files (.h264 and .264 file extensions).

New: Support for streaming offline videos on Twitch channel. Improved: Support for AC3 audio for Sony Bravia KDL 2011 TV models.

Improved: Faster processing speed for active playlists. Improved: Better streaming response for Samsung E series TVs.

Fixed: IP address replacing domain name when accessing web interface.We test many different types of media files, including movies, TV shows, 3D video, HD video, music, photos and much more.We regularly receive UPn P and DLNA devices from manufacturers for compatibility testing to ensure Mezzmo streams perfectly with their new UPn P and DLNA devices.Improved: Changing video resolution in web video player. Improved: Detection of cover.jpg/and front.jpg/for music artwork. Fixed: Crash when reading non-compliant UPn P / DLNA description from certain devices. New: Support for HTTPS web streaming using NGINX as a reverse proxy. Improved: Support for MP2 and h.264 formats for LG TV 2013 models.Improved: Better HLS video on-the-fly transcoding and streaming. Fixed: Deleting HLS segment before streaming to device.

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Fixed: Movie Trailers channel sometimes does not display all movie trailers.

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