Added support for new Hauppauge HDPVR60 device
Added support for AVerMedia C985. Other AVerMedia HD capture device may also work.
Several small bug fixes and improvements
Updated Recordings screen with new controls for easily editing videos
Added support for several new types of devices (like SAT>IP and Hauppauge Colossus2 etc).
Scanning improvements for digital tuners
Several fixes which could cause stability issues for some users
Using new mechanism for uploading videos to YouTube. Google has deprecated the old API we previously used.
Fixed issue that could lead to crash when scanning with DVB tuners.
Several fixes with HDPVR/HDPVR2 devices
Added support for Roxio GameCap HD Pro
Slight changes to the UI layout
Added a file name field next to the 'Record' button.
Added a timer field, where you can enter a maximum record time
Added support for Hauppauge Rocket
New Advanced Settings screen for HDPVR2 and Rocket
Moved to .NET 4.0. Installer will download and install it automatically if user doesn't have it.
Fixed a few stability issues.
Fixed problem with ffmpeg download function, which enables the .mp4/.mkv/.m2ts export function.
Increased maximum peak bitrate to 24Mbps for Colossus to match hardware capabilities.
Fixed problem where version number would not update when user installed new version.
Fixed several small stability issues.
Added ability to export recordings to .mp4/.mkv/.m2ts.
Fixed issue that could occur when trimming beginning or end of videos
Fixed a couple of audio issues with Colossus/HDPVR/HDPVR2 devices
Fixed timing issues in files that have been timmed.
Function for cutting beginning/end of files now behaves well, and gives progress bars for these potentially long operations.
Added option to disable video decoding while capturing, which will be useful for users trying to capture H264 video on lower end machines.
Added support for Colossus SPDIF audio input.
Fixed a bug with the way Capture4ME was attemping to set the bitrate on Colossus.
Fixed a crash that could occur while closing the application while a recording was in progress