MediaCP 2.13.12 Release Notes

MediaCP 2.13.12 is a minor upgrade with further improvements and bug fixes.

In this version Ubuntu 18 is officially deprecated and we’ve added compatibility for Ubuntu 24.04 LTS.

Whats new in MediaCP 2.13?

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  • Database Indexing will run after upgrade is completed and may result in reduced performance for ~15-60 minutes. A notice will be displayed on the dashboard while this is running.
  • [CentOS 7] NginxRtmp TV is now supported however installation of ffmpeg & liquidsoap may take some time to complete as manual compilation is required.
  • Downtime is expected when upgrading from 2.12 or older for NginxRtmp services where Transcoding Profiles are enabled. This will last only for the duration of the upgrade.
  • The ABR link format of {slug}_abr/{slug}_abr.m3u8 for NginxRtmp services is now discontinued and the master m3u8 playlist will now include all profiles. For example will now be

Release notes


  • MCP-2672 Ubuntu 24.04 LTS compatibility
  • MCP-2673 Ubuntu 18 no longer supported


  • MCP-2662 Health check to test database version and version file comparison
  • MCP-2587 Add —allow-downgrade to flussonic upgrade script as failsafe
  • MCP-2609 Accessibility improvements for avatar hash on screen readers.
  • MCP-2613 Update WowzaStreamingEngine command in healthcheck
  • MCP-2615 Change Arabic Flag from Argentinean flag
  • MCP-2640 Add non-free to deb822 style apt sources.list
  • MCP-2666 Improve cache-busting techniques on javascript and styles
  • MCP-2668 Add support for Flussonic 24.05

Bug Fixes

  • MCP-2599 Transcoder not automatically being enabled when Stream Watermark is enabled
  • MCP-2618 FTP Password being reset in file manager on refresh
  • MCP-2624 Non AutoDJ services not tracking storage
  • MCP-2627 Wowza YouTube Stream Targets not starting automatically
  • MCP-2670 Playout Track History showing additional hour(s)
  • MCP-2671 CentOS 7 AutoSSL not renewing due to PIP SSL Error
  • MCP-2684 CentOS 7 AutoSSL failing on OVH due to squashfs support

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