17.01 Release Notes

GUI/CLI/Server/Online

Support of newest version of DPFManager (TIFF plugin) and VeraPDF (PDF plugin)
Store implementation report in database (no need to run it again at relaunch)
Several small bug fixes

GUI

Less verbose output by default (use “ -ft” for old behavior)
New display templates “Simple” and “CSV”
Policy editor: option for creating policy from a file
Policy editor: split between Profile and Level
Checker page: jump to the page containing the file to analyze
Checker page: scroll to the top of the results when page is changed
Checker page: add reload analyze button (force analyze)
Checker page: reduce font size of jstree MediaInfo and MediaTrace

CLI

Less verbose output by default (use “ -ft” for old behavior)
New display templates “Simple” and “CSV”

Online

Checker page: jump to the page containing the file to analyze
Checker page: scroll to the top of the results when page is changed
Checker page: add reload analyze button (force analyze)
Checker page: reduce font size of jstree MediaInfo and MediaTrace

Migrate old policies (GUI and Server)

If you already have policies created before MediaConch 16.09 release and want them back, follow this procedure.
First, go to your local folder:

On Windows: go to %APPDATA% (most of the time, it will be C:\Users$USER\AppData\Roaming).

On Mac OS: go to your $HOME/Library/Application Support/ directory (most of the time, $HOME will be /Users/$USER).

On Linux: go to your $HOME/.local/share/ directory (most of the time, $HOME will be /home/$USER).

Then, go to MediaConch/policies (or MediaConch\policies on Windows) directory, create if not existing a directory named “-1” and move the XSL files to this directory.

Launch the GUI or Server and policies will be loaded.

Contact us if you created complex policies and would like us to move them to the new format