Release Notes: Uploader 2.0.1
Product Release: May 15, 2014
Release Notes Updated: May 14, 2014
Release 2.0.1 is a minor release of the Uploader, targeting some upgrade issues and crashes observed in the earlier 2.0.0 release
ISSUES FIXED IN THIS RELEASE
• #25628 - Crash when encoding video recorded with no audio (microphone disabled for app).
• #25629 - Target rate can show extremely out-of-bounds rates after upgrade.
• #25632 - Intermittent crashes after video encoding fails.
• #25662 - Intermittent crash when accessing About section of Settings view.
• #25663 - Crash when encoding video with audio in Linear PCM format.
• #25684 - If 1.2 user has rate set below 100 Kbps, that rate shows after upgrade even though new floor for rate is 100 Kbps.
• #25692 - Intermittent crash when returning from Photos picker.
• #25701 - All Uploaders on iOS 7 and above are now returning the same device identifier.
• #25725 - When access to Photos is not allowed, prompt from app says to toggle "Faspex" not "Uploader".
• #25789 - Memory leak after cancelling upload.
• #25823 - Default ssh port should now be 33001.
• #25509 - On 3.5" device the view in in-app camera after photo is take seems clipped at top and bottom.
• iOS versions 6.1 and above.
PREVIOUS RELEASE NOTES
• Aspera Mobile Uploader 2.0.0 Release Notes (https://support.asperasoft.com/entries/63178497-Aspera-Mobile-Uploader-2-0-0-Release-Notes)
• Aspera Mobile Uploader 1.2 Now Available in the iOS App Store (https://support.asperasoft.com/entries/22219436-Aspera-Mobile-Uploader-1-2-Now-Available-in-the-iOS-App-Store)
• Aspera Mobile Uploader 1.1.2 Release Notes (https://support.asperasoft.com/entries/20684151-Aspera-Mobile-Uploader-1-1-2-Release-Notes)
• Mobile Uploader 1.1.1 Release Notes (https://support.asperasoft.com/entries/20313208-Mobile-Uploader-1-1-1-Release-Notes)
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