DVR Examiner version 3.0.2 is now available for download. The latest release includes new features (including support for new filesystems!) as well as some minor bug fixes.
- A new “Save As” feature allows you to customize save name, set a default case folder location, and add case folder path links into case details.
- The Stream filesystem family was refactored, allowing us to improve overall performance for these filesystems.
- Support added for two new filesystems:
- Jesmay_264 (ATS170020) commonly found in Digital View and other unbranded DVRs
- Stream_db_rr_ac_e4 (ATS210007) commonly found in certain ADTECH DVRs.
What we fixed
- Small clips (less than 256 KB) with no playable video were being returned in the Clip List in DVR Examiner 3.0 and 3.0.1.
- With no playable content present, these clips should not have been populating in the Clip List.
- BOX_WH Filesystem was not detecting correctly.
- Detection changes were causing BOX_WH to detect as an Unrecognized Filesystem.
- Issues were present with Enterprise Server licensing.
- Under certain circumstances, when server was down and an Enterprise license was being used, DVR Examiner would crash.
- When a user loses their Enterprise license seat while working in DVR Examiner, case failed to save.
- In certain circumstances, the total number of clips were not displaying correctly in Clip List.
- When clips were filtered out of Clip List using Filters, those Clips were still being counted in Total Clips returned.
- FIL_ASfm filesystem was not returning clips in Clip List as expected.
- 0 clips would be returned although clips were in fact present.
- Mirage_HiSi filesystem is experiencing detection issues.
- This known issue was not resolved in this release because it was found to be related to a specific set of data rather than a reproducible bug.
As you continue to familiarize yourself with all that is new in DVR Examiner 3, we encourage you to attend one of our upcoming webinars to gain a better understanding of key features and capabilities available.