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  • enigma2: 4.5.1r6

    - added missing handling for BLE RCU to RemoteControlSelection

    - added StreamServicesConfigStream to skin default

    - fixed wrong key in JVC protocol key parsing in InputDeviceManager

    - updated default favourites bouquet

    - fixed broken DASH representation switching (broken since 4.5.1r5)

  • linux-meson64: some stability backports, fixed possible hdmi crash

    dreambox-dvb-modules: update dreamone/dreamtwo hardware drivers

    - fixed TS problems for high bitrate transponders

    - fixed audio buffer underflows on rare services (needs new enigma2)

    - add changes needed for audio sync plugin (needs new enigma2)

    - optimized video eof detection

    - lower demux latency

    enigma2: 4.5.1r7

    - faster response for audio pause/resume

    - fixed persian(farsi) characters for subtitles (thanks to dhwz and kamsat10)

    - fixed possible SetupGuide GSODs

    - faster audio/video sync

    - fixed audio buffer underflows on some services like Euronews Germany SD or SRF services

    - changes needed for the audio sync plugin

    - some changes/fixes in HLS/Dash service

    - fixed discontinuity detection for HLS/Dash streams

  • 4.5.1r10

    - Fix ZDF HbbTV(send key release after key press event)

    - Increase retries for http based streams to 50 for increased streaming robustness (for ts and gst services)

    - Update default skins (thx to zombi)

    - MediaDB: fix segfaults when numeric database fields are 0 (like size or length)

    - Cleanup and Update IR Code Database, Add JVC (Devices are identical codes are now merged into single entries per vendor)

    - Reenable Frontprocessor Update checks

    - Fix a situation where DFU Updating hangs without any ability of quitting the screen

    - Fix broken aspect ratio on svg images when loading them with ePicload

  • gstreamer1.0-plugins-good: souphttpsrc: Always use the content decoder but set `Accept-Encoding: identity` if no compression should be used

    Some servers respond with gzip-encoded responses regardless of whether

    the request allowed it to be used in the response. By always having the

    content decoder enabled, these invalid responses can be decoded

    correctly while for well-behaving servers the `compress` property

    selects between allowing compressed responses or not.