Announcing Red5 Pro Mobile SDK version 5.6.0!

Now that it's finally warmed up to actual spring temperatures here in New England, we've been especially motivated to get out an update so we can enjoy a little lunchtime walk.

This release features a whole bunch of bug fixes and adds record flags to all our testbed examples. Though the current release does not include any new features, it certainly improves performance which some would argue is even more important. Please check out our roadmap to see ones that we are looking to add in the future.

For our full release notes, please take a look below:


Red5 Pro Mobile SDK:

Release 5.6.0 - 21 May, 2019


iOS SDK

  • Fixed - Large RPC/SharedObject calls cause crash
  • Fixed - Stopping and starting a stream again crashes the iOS testbed
  • Fixed - Two-way publishing between Android SDK and iOS fails A/V quality
  • Fixed - Tapping screen to start Publish - Pause test in iOS causes breakpoint - libc++abi.dylib: terminating with uncaught exception of type NSException
  • iOS Testbed - Added record flag as an option for all tests

NOTE: xCode 10 has dropped support for libstdc++. It is necessary to replace dependencies for libstdc++ with libc++ in your iOS project to build with xCode 10. No modifications needed to be made to the iOS SDK for this change.


Android SDK

  • Fixed - Samsung Publisher will freeze video on Win10 Chrome subscriber
  • Fixed - Samsung S9+ SDK Publishing to SDK Subscriber poor quality
  • Fixed - Android Debugging showing incorrect (and large) latency
  • Fixed - Devices based on the Samsung Galaxy 9 chipset have timestamp issues
  • Fixed - Two-way streaming between Android SDK and Android/iOS fails A/V quality
  • Fixed - Two-way streaming, Android to Android, has feedback distortion
  • Fixed - Tests were sometimes sending negative orientation and 0 timestamps
  • Android Testbed - Added record flag as an option for all tests

To get the latest release, please log in to your account and download the new builds.
To upgrade your iOS SDK, follow this link.
To upgrade your Android SDK, follow this link.
For test applications, visit our Github page.

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