XBMC Media Center 12.2 Brings Numerous UPnP Fixes

This release fixes audio-related crashes for Linux builds

By on May 4th, 2013 06:15 GMT

The second point release of the XBMC Media Center 12 software has been announced last evening, May 3, 2013, for the Linux, Mac OS X, Windows, Android and Raspberry Pi platforms.

XBMC Media Center 12.2 is a maintenance release, which brings various improvements and bugfixes over previous releases. The infinite loop on add-on dependencies has been fixed in this release, as well as audio-related crashes for Linux builds.

Moreover, XBMC Media Center 12.1 also incorporates numerous UPnP fixes, language updates from Transifex, and the ability to scan for new content on file folders has been reimplemented. The memory leak when XBMC was minimized is now also fixed, and Bluray folder resume-bookmarks now works.

Last but not least, XBMC Media Center 12.2 also includes several fixes for Mac OS X, including audio mixing, software codec support and various playback fixes for Raspberry Pi, as well as AirPlay fixes. For more details, please check the official release announcement.

Download XBMC Media Center 12.2 right now from Softpedia.

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