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VidyoWeb and the VidyoWorks Client API for the VidyoWeb Browser Extension Version 1.3.24: General Availability Release



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Vidyo is happy to announce version 1.3.24 of VidyoWeb™ and the VidyoWorks™ Client API for the VidyoWeb Browser Extension

In this release, we focused on updates to the permission pop-ups and to the APIs. The permission pop-up changes we've made provide more consistent, reliable behavior in addition to enhanced usability. For our developer customers, this release offers new APIs for modifying logs, a new event that enables a window to appear as soon as the camera starts sending frames, and a number of other useful updates. 

What's New?

Changes to the Permission Pop-Ups
  • VidyoWeb now displays a pop-up that asks users for permission to access their microphone in addition to their camera. In previous releases, the pop-up only asked about the camera.
  • The VidyoClientForWeb application now indicates to Chrome™ that it’s using both the camera and microphone. In previous releases, VidyoClientForWeb indicated that only the camera was being used.
  • We have modified our permission mechanism on Chrome to leverage the native mechanism only; therefore, all the issues that were related to the “Save” checkbox are no longer applicable.
  • When the pop-up that requests permission from the user to join a conference appears (when using the NPAPI plugins), the application receives the following:
    • PrivateOutEventGetJoinApproval events with the “joinStatus: true” value when the user selects “Allow”.
    • PrivateOutEventGetJoinApproval events with the “joinStatus: false” value when the user selects “Deny”.
New and Updated APIs
  • New APIs allow you to modify the number of log files and the size of each one. See the VidyoWeb: About Version 1.3.24 (0001) article for some usage examples.
  • We now have a JavaScript equivalent API call for the native function VidyoClientConsoleLogConfigure(). See the VidyoWeb: About Version 1.3.24 (0001) article for examples that show how to use it.
  • A new out event, OutEventInitialVideoFrameSent, enables a window to appear as soon as the camera starts sending frames.
  • Vidyo now delivers the requireJS and non-requireJS files that work with the sample application.
  • We’ve updated the certificate bundle stored within the NPAPI plugins. This update applies mainly to Internet Explorer® users who have selected the “Enable Protected Mode” checkbox.
Resolved Issue
  • If a domain name is long, the “Allow [domain name=""] to use your camera and microphone?” pop-up message now scales to fit all of the text within the pop-up box.

Want More Info?

If you'd like to get additional details, see the VidyoWeb: About Version 1.3.24 (0001) article on the Vidyo Help Center.

What's Next?

VidyoWeb Customers: You can download the software from the VidyoDesktop and VidyoWeb Packages article on the  Vidyo Help Center.

VidyoWorks Client API Customers: You can download the API package from the VidyoWorks API Downloads article on the Vidyo Help Center.

If you need help or have questions, please feel free to do one of the following:

  • Vidyo Resellers and End Users with "Plus" coverage: Please contact the Vidyo Customer Service Team at
  • Vidyo End Users without "Plus" coverage: Please contact your authorized Vidyo Reseller.

We hope you enjoy using this version of VidyoWeb and the VidyoWorks Client API for the VidyoWeb Browser Extension!

The Vidyo Product Team

Phone   (866)-99-Vidyo (998-4396) #3 or +1-(201)-289-8597 #3

The contents of this Product Bulletin do not in any way modify the terms of the agreement(s) under which this product is provided.

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