MythTV 0.24 Brings A New OSD, HD Audio, Blu-ray
Written by Michael Larabel in Multimedia on 10 November 2010 at 04:54 PM EST. 22 Comments
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Not only was Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.0 released today, but MythTV 0.24 made it out in the user-land world today too. MythTV, one of the oldest and most well known open-source digital video recording applications, with this v0.24 release now has many new features and other improvements. MythTV 0.24 presents a new on-screen display (OSD), HD audio support, Blu-ray support, and other improvements.

While MythTV 0.24 is just out the door, MythTV 0.25 will also carry new features, bug-fixes, and stability improvements.

Additional details concerning the MythTV 0.24 release can be found in the news announcement. There are also the online release notes via their Wiki detailing the changes and work built up over the past several months.
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