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2018-01-18: The new year starts with a new 9.2 firmware. It fixes several major issues with previous releases, and adds a useful resources pie on the main page of the web interface.
2017-12-26: OpenHeadend wishes you a merry christmas by releasing firmware 9.1. It brings new features such as HEVC encoding and TS scrambling/descrambling, along with the usual bug fixes.
2017-09-14: OpenHeadend is happy to announce its long-awaited firmware 9.0. It features an upgrade of our operating system and drivers, new inputs (RTMP, icecast, different flavours of file formats), new outputs (HLS, DASH), and improvements for multi-server environments (configuration replication, failover, link redundancy).
2017-06-29: OpenHeadend releases firmware 8.9, a bug-fix release improving support for RTSP input.
2017-05-04: OpenHeadend is happy to release firmware 8.8. It is a bug-fix release, fixing bugs in demux, remux and acquire functions and on the web interface. It also brings AAC LATM support, EIT schedules and the ability to select a DVB strings encoding.
2017-02-28: OpenHeadend releases firmware 8.7. It is bug-fix release, fixing bugs with circular files, extract functions, hls rx nodes and MPEG-2 PAFF decoding. It also brings improvements to the web interface.
2017-02-10: OpenHeadend releases its firmware 8.6. It is bug-fix release, addressing problems with HLS input and adding support for TS streams without PCRs.
2017-01-25: OpenHeadend wishes you a happy new year, and releases its firmware 8.5. The new firmware fixes a bug introduced in 8.4 with the forward function, and adds support for HLS conversion to TS.
2016-12-21: OpenHeadend is happy to release its firmware 8.4, a bug-fix and optimization release. It optimizes the forward functions, and fixes problem with video rx links.
2016-12-09: OpenHeadend announces firmware 8.3, a bug-fix release fixing problems with the record function. It also adds the ability to graph an audio node in a mosaic operation.