2015-02-03 Release

Notable changes for this release include the reorganization of the Player documentation and Support Center navigation and the release of v.3.4.0 of the mobile SDKs.

Mobile SDK for Android 3.4.0 Released

Release 3.4.0 Release Date 2/15

Updates and Enhancements

  • API reference documentation is now available online: Android Mobile SDK API Reference.
  • The following classes are moved from the com.ooyala.android package to the com.ooyala.android.apis package:

    • AuthorizeCallback
    • ContentTreeCallback
    • ContentTreeNextCallback
    • FetchPlaybackInfoCallback
    • MetadataFetchedCallback

    The ModuleDataclass is moved from the com.ooyala.android package to the com.ooyala.android.items

    package.
  • Live Scrubbing is now available for VisualOn Integrations. This new feature allows the user to seek backwards during playback of a live stream when using a digital video recorder (DVR).
  • Live Scrubber is now configurable in the app. The scrubber can be turned on and off in within the com.ooyala.android.configuration.Options configuration. The default setting is to show the live scrubber. For more information see Configuring VisualOn Live Scrubbing
  • Cuepoints now appear on Google IMA ads by default. For information about configuring cuepoints, see Cuepoint Markers.

Resolved Issues

This release resolves an issue with Samsung devices where the user double clicked the closed caption button and the a pop up screen appeared until the app was closed.

Known Issues

Google IMA Ad playback cuepoints do not appear in the player unless initialized for all pre-roll, mid-roll, and post-roll ads.

Mobile SDK For iOS 3.4.0 Released

Release 3.4.0 Release Date 2/15

Updates and Enhancements

  • API reference documentation is now available online: iOS Mobile SDK API Documentation.
  • iOS 6 is no longer supported. The SDK is now confirmed to support iOS 7 and newer devices.
  • Live Scrubber is now configurable in the app. The scrubber can be turned on and off within the OOOoption configuration. The default setting is to show the live scrubber.
  • Google IMA learn more ads are now configurable to open in Safari, ads open in the native app as a default.
  • Cuepoints now appear on Google IMA ads by default. For information about configuring cuepoints, see Cuepoint Markers.

Resolved Issues

  • An issue where network requests would stall without a timeout implemented is now resolved.
  • An issue where Widevine enabled videos could not be played in the same browser more than one time is now resolved.

Known Issues

Google IMA Ad playback requires cuepoints are initialized for all pre-roll, mid-roll, and post-roll ads.

Support Site Improvements

We are excited to announce the following updates to our Support Center documentation.

Reorganized Player Documentation

We've reorganized the Player documentation to highlight our HTML5 and Flash player offerings. You can see all of the updates at Player. We've added new content for clarity, including HTML5 Player V3 and Flash Player V3 topics.

Reorganized Content Protection Documentation

We've reorganized the content protection documentation to showcase our content protection offerings. You can see all of the updates at Content Protection and Entitlements. We've added new material for clarity, including information about Authentication, Authorization, Access Control, Rights Management, Device Registration, and Digital Rights Management.

Updated Navigation

After performing usability studies with customers to capture feedback on how to improve the Support Center experience, we've updated the left navigation of the Developer Documentation tab in the following ways:

Documentation Releases

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