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This article describes the new features, functionality, and resolved issues for each of the VidyoReplay™ releases since 2020. Additionally, this article includes information on important notices, platform and browser compatibility, and known issues.

 


2020 Releases


 

VidyoReplay: About Version 20.2.0

What's New in This Release

  • HTML5 Player Replacing Flash® Player
    • Starting with this release, VidyoReplay will use an HTML5 player instead of a Flash player to play videos.
    • Why did we switch to HTML5?
      • Flash-based streaming is now being deprecated on most major browsers, and after 2020, it will become blocked by default.
      • All modern, popular browsers support HTML5 videos (including Chrome™, Firefox®, Safari®, and more). Unlike with Flash, you do not have to install any browser plugin or video player. Your browser is your player.
      • HTML5 is lightweight, fast, and takes less CPU time to render content than Flash does.
  • Ability to Enable and Disable Audio-Only Avatars
    • You now have the ability to enable or disable the avatar that displays when a participant has their video source muted (only when the participant is in audio-only mode).
      • When enabled, if a participant’s video source is muted during a call, an avatar with the first three letters of their name appears on their tile. 
      • When disabled, if a participant’s video source is muted during a call, their video tile does not display at all. 
    • You can easily configure this setting using the new "Use Avatar" checkbox on the Recorder > Configuration page.

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  • New Icon to Indicate When All Participants Have Muted Video
    • When all the participants in a video call have their video sources muted, this icon now appears on the full screen:

      AllParticipantsMutedIcon_NotFullScreen.jpg

    • This icon lets you know that the reason you’re not seeing video is because the participants have chosen not to display it rather than because of a video problem.
  • Audio Quality Improvements
    • We've added support for recordings of up to 48 kHz.
  • System Updates
    • For added security and stability, updates for multiple third-party packages and libraries are included as part of this release.
  • Resolved Issues 
    • In this release, we've resolved a number of issues for improved stability and usability. To learn more, refer to the Resolved Issues section below. 

Files 

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rp-TAG_RP_20_2_0_033-bundle-v2796.vidyo
VidyoReplay version 19.1.0

 

Important Notices

  • You must upgrade to VidyoReplay version 20.2.0 from VidyoReplay version 20.1.0. If you have a VidyoReplay version earlier than 19.1.0, you must first upgrade to 19.1.0 and then upgrade to version 20.2.0. Once you have done so, refer to the "Upgrading a VidyoReplay Cluster to 20.2.0" section below to upgrade to VidyoReplay version 20.2.0. These steps must be completed in order.  
  • IMPORTANT NOTE: In order to support HTML5 playback, when you upgrade to VidyoReplay 20.2.0, your existing recordings undergo an automatic conversion process. It takes approximately 30 seconds to convert an hour-long video. During the conversion process:
    • Recordings that are in the queue to be converted cannot be played back via the web interface.
    • Recordings are available for download.
    • New recordings can be made; however, as the number of recordings in progress increases, the automatic conversion process may slow down.
  • Enghouse Vidyo highly recommends to upgrading to VidyoReplay 20.2.0 during a period of expected low usage to allow the conversion process to complete.

Upgrading a VidyoReplay Cluster to 20.2.0

To upgrade a VidyoReplay cluster to 20.2.0, you must perform the following steps in order: 

  1. Place all Cluster Nodes into Maintenance mode.
  2. Upgrade all the Cluster Nodes.
  3. When the Cluster Node upgrades are completed and back online, upgrade the current Standby Controller.
  4. When the Standby Controller upgrade is complete, upgrade the Active Controller.
    The previous Standby Controller will now become the 20.2.0 Active Controller.
  5. When the former 20.1.0 Active Controller completes its upgrade, it will then become the 20.2.0 Standby Controller.

    If you do not perform the above steps in order; there will be cluster instability and/or configuration loss.

For more information on upgrading VidyoReplay from one version to another, refer to the Upgrade Steps Lookup Tool article. This article lists the steps you need to take for your particular version, including which Security Updates you may or may not need to install.

 

Resolved Issues

The following table lists the resolved issues in VidyoReplay version 20.2.0:

VidyoReplay Version 20.2.0 - Resolved Issues
Key Summary
RPLY-1283 Enghouse Vidyo fixed an issue where a recording participant’s display name was getting wrapped if it included only multi-byte characters, such as those in Chinese and Japanese languages.
RPLY-1248 The "Conference and Application" profile is now available for SD resolution as well as for FHD and HD resolutions. 
RPLY-1247 Enghouse Vidyo fixed an issue where voice recordings were garbled for audio-only calls that had more than two participants. 
RPLY-1238  Enghouse Vidyo fixed an issue where the last few seconds of a recording sometimes did not play back. 
RPLY-1237  Enghouse Vidyo fixed an issue where recordings showed a participant’s display name as garbled characters if that participant’s name was not in English text. 
RPLY-1230  Enghouse Vidyo fixed an issue where VidyoReplay could not mount the NAS if ICMP to the NAS was not open. 

 

Known Issues

Refer to the Known Issues section below for the list of known issues for this and prior releases.
 

Compatibility

VidyoReplay version 20.2.0 is compatible with VidyoPortal versions 18.4.x or later. 

If your organization has an on-premises VidyoPortal (rather than a cloud subscription), refer to the Vidyo Compatibility Matrix article to determine which endpoint versions are compatible with your VidyoReplay release.

 


 

VidyoReplay: About Version 20.1.0

What's New in This Release

  • OPUS Support with VidyoConnect™ 
    • When registering to the VidyoPortal™, the VidyoReplay checks the system's capabilities, and then one of the following occurs:
      • If the VidyoPortal supports Opus audio, the VidyoReplay configures itself to use Opus audio on the SVC side so when a VidyoReplay recorder joins a VidyoConnect call, the conference continues to use Opus. 
      • If the VidyoPortal does not support Opus audio, the VidyoReplay configures itself to use SPEEX/RED on the SVC side for the recorder. 
  • Record for Up to Twelve Hours
    • You can now record for up to twelve hours continuously.
  • Content Share Recording Profiles Are Supported for CIF Resolution
    • VidyoReplay supports recording shared content at CIF resolution.
  • "Conference & Application" Recording Mode Supported for HD1080 Resolution
    • VidyoReplay supports the "Conference & Application" recording mode when recording a conference in Full HD 1080p resoluti
  • Resolved Issues 
    • In this release, we've resolved a number of issues for improved stability and usability. To learn more, refer to the "Resolved Issues" section below. 

Files 

This file... Is for...
rp-TAG_RP_20-1-0-012.tar.xz-signed.vidyo VidyoReplay version 19.1.0

 

Important Notices

  • You must upgrade to VidyoReplay version 20.1.0 from VidyoReplay version 19.1.0. Therefore, if you have a VidyoReplay version earlier than 19.1.0, you must first upgrade to 3.1.5 (03) and then upgrade to version 19.1.0. Once you have done so, refer to the "Upgrade a VidyoReplay 19.1.0 Cluster to 20.1.0" section below to upgrade from VidyoReplay 19.1.0 to version 20.1.0. These steps must be completed in order.  
  • IMPORTANT NOTE: If you have installed a previous VidyoReplay version 20.1.0 beta, you should first downgrade your VidyoReplay to 19.1.0, and then upgrade directly to the GA 20.1.0 version.
  • Before upgrading, please review the Notable Changes in Version 20.1.0 section for additional changes between VidyoReplay version 19.1.0 and 20.1.0. 

Upgrade a VidyoReplay 19.1.0 Cluster to 20.1.0

To upgrade a 19.1.0 cluster to 20.1.0, you must perform the following steps in order: 

  1. Place all Cluster Nodes into Maintenance mode.
  2. Upgrade all the Cluster Nodes.
  3. When the Cluster Node upgrades are completed and back online, upgrade the current Standby Controller.
  4. When the Standby Controller upgrade is complete, upgrade the Active Controller.
    The previous Standby Controller will now become the 20.1.0 Active Controller.
  5. When the former 19.1.0 Active Controller completes its upgrade, it will then become the 20.1.0 Standby Controller.

    If you do not perform the above steps in order; there will be cluster instability and/or configuration loss.

For more information on upgrading VidyoReplay from one version to another, refer to the Upgrade Steps Lookup Tool article. This article lists the steps you need to take for your particular version, including which Security Updates you may or may not need to install.

Notable Changes in Version 20.1.0 

The following list includes other notable changes for VidyoReplay version 20.1.0:

  • Content Share Recording Profiles are Supported for CIF Resolution
    • VidyoReplay once again supports recording shared content at CIF resolution.   
  • "Conference & Application" Recording Mode Supported for HD1080 Resolution
    • When recording a conference in Full HD 1080p resolution, VidyoReplay once again supports the "Conference & Application" recording mode.

For more Notable Changes from previous releases, refer to the Notable Changes section.

Resolved Issues

The following table lists the resolved issues in VidyoReplay version 20.1.0:

VidyoReplay Version 20.1.0 - Resolved Issues
Key Summary
RPLY-1242 Enghouse Vidyo fixed a logging issue where a particular function would keep writing log files if a physical server was present, and thereby unnecessarily fill up the server. 
RPLY-1224 Enghouse Vidyo corrected an issue where recorded audio included clicking sounds during playback. This impacted customers using VidyoRoom systems with H.323 or SIP endpoints while sharing content using an Inogeni device.
RPLY-1222 The max recording duration was increased to 12 hours. 
RPLY-1220
When recording a conference in 1080p resolution, VidyoReplay once again supports the "Conference & Application" recording mode.
RPLY-1190
VidyoReplay once again supports recording shared content at CIF resolution.

 

Known Issues

There are no new known issues in VidyoReplay version 20.1.0. Refer to the Known Issues section below to view known issues for prior releases.
 

Compatibility

VidyoReplay version 20.1.0 is compatible with VidyoPortal versions 18.4.x or later. 

If your organization has an on-premises VidyoPortal (rather than a cloud subscription), refer to the Vidyo Compatibility Matrix article to determine which endpoint versions are compatible with your VidyoReplay release.

 

 


VidyoReplay: About Version 19.1.0

What's New in This Release

  • Performance, Stability, and Security Improvements
    • Major platform Operating System (OS) update
      • Enghouse Vidyo performed a major platform OS update, thereby enhancing the  performance, stability, and security of VidyoReplay.
      • Additional benefits include:
        • Built-in system snapshot support which allows easy rollback of system updates and configuration changes.
        • Updates to most third-party libraries.
        • Continual security updates to the underlying OS.
        • Streamlined patching of third-party software components.
  • VidyoReplay 19.1.0 Open Virtual Appliance (OVA) in VMware
    • On-premises customers can directly deploy VidyoReplay version 19.1.0 as an Open Virtual Appliance (OVA) in VMware instead of upgrading manually.
  • New Vidyo System Console
    • The Vidyo System Console offers the same functionality as it always has, but with a whole new look and feel, so you can now more easily and quickly access all the features you’ve come to expect.
      • Here’s an example of the System Console interface with VidyoReplay version 19.1.0 and later:
        VidyoConsole_Main_Screen.png
  • VidyoReplay Admin Guide
    • For more information about how to use the new Vidyo System Console and the updated Super Admin interface, refer to version 19.1.0 of the VidyoReplay Administrator Guide.
  • Resolved Issues 
    • In this release, we've resolved a number of issues for improved stability and usability. To learn more, refer to the Resolved Issues section below. 

Files 

This file... Is for...
rp-TAG_RP_19_1_0_239-upgrade-signed.vidyo
VidyoReplay version 19.1.0

 

Important Notices

  • You must upgrade to VidyoReplay version 19.1.0  from VidyoReplay version 3.1.5 (03). Therefore, if you have a VidyoReplay version earlier than 3.1.5 (03), you must first upgrade to 3.1.5 (03) and then upgrade to version 19.1.0. Next, refer to the below "Upgrade a VidyoReplay 3.1.5 Cluster to 19.1.0" section to upgrade from VidyoReplay 3.1.5 to version 19.1.0. These steps must be completed in order.  
  • IMPORTANT NOTE: For security reasons, Vidyo strongly recommends moving your SSH port to the standard 22 which is in the privileged port range. When upgrading from VidyoReplay version 3.1.5 to 19.1.0, your port will be automatically reset to the standard SSH port 22. If you previously had SSH configured to port 2222, you should ensure that you update your firewall rules (if applicable) prior to upgrade.
  • IMPORTANT NOTE: If you have installed a previous VidyoReplay version 19.1.0 beta, you should first downgrade your VidyoReplay to 3.1.5, and then upgrade directly to the GA 19.1.0 version.
  • Before upgrading, please review the below “Notable Changes” section since there are several functional changes between VidyoReplay version 3.1.5 and 19.1.0. 

Upgrade a VidyoReplay 3.1.5 Cluster to 19.1.0

To upgrade a 3.1.5 cluster to 19.1.0, you must perform the following steps in order: 

  1. Place all Cluster Nodes into Maintenance mode.
  2. Upgrade all the Cluster Nodes.
  3. When the Cluster Node upgrades are completed and back online, then upgrade the current Standby Controller.
  4. When the Standby Controller upgrade is complete, proceed to upgrade the Active Controller.
    The previous Standby Controller will now become the 19.1.0 Active Controller.
  5. When the former 3.1.5 Active Controller completes its upgrade, it will then become the 19.1.0 Standby Controller.

    If you do not perform the above steps in order; there will be cluster instability and/or configuration loss.

For more information on upgrading VidyoReplay from one version to another, refer to the Upgrade Steps Lookup Tool article. This article lists the steps you need to take for your particular version, including which Security Updates you may or may not need to install.

Notable Changes

The following list includes notable changes for VidyoReplay versions 19.1.0 and earlier:

  • Content Share Recording Profiles No Longer Supported in CIF Resolution
    • You must use SD resolution or higher for Content Share recording profiles since recording content shares at CIF resolution is no longer supported at this lower resolution.  
  • Import Certificate Bundles with a .p7b or .pfx File
    • To import certificate bundles, you must import with a standard .p7b, or .pfx file as VidyoReplay version 19.1.0 no longer supports a .vidyo security bundle file. 
  • Audio-Only Participants
    • When an audio-only participant joins a call, their name now displays in a tile. Previously, an audio-only participant did not display a tile or name.
  • Participant Labels
    • Participant labels are now captured in recordings. Previously, participant labels were not preserved in recordings.
  • UI Updates in the VidyoReplay Super Admin Interface
    • Migrate local recordings with ease from the VidyoReplay Super Admin interface General tab.
      • Instead of migrating local recordings from the System Console, you can now simply go to the Settings > General tab on the VidyoReplay Super Admin interface and click the Migrate NAS button to migrate your local recordings. 
        Super_Admin_General_Tab_Vidyo.png
        General Tab
    • Place nodes into Maintenance mode all in one place on the VidyoReplay Super Admin interface Cluster tab rather than on the Maintenance tab.
      • From the Component Status link on the Cluster tab, you can turn Maintenance mode on or off per node as well as view details about each component including Status (up, online, or maintenance), Local IP Address, NAS Status (up or down), number of Calls, and Actions (Maintenance mode on or off).
        • NOTE: The High Availability subtab is no longer available; however, you can still invoke the “force standby mode” by rebooting the server and then the standby controller will take over the virtual IP.
          ARTICLE_CLUSTER.png
          Component Status Subtab on the Cluster Tab
    • Upgrade your VidyoReplay quickly and easily from the Maintenance tab without first having to switch your system into Maintenance mode. 
      • NOTE: In this release, the Switch to Maintenance mode button was removed from this tab.
        ARTICLE_MAINTENANCE.png

Resolved Issues

The following table lists the resolved issues in VidyoReplay version 19.1.0:

VidyoReplay Version 19.1.0 - Resolved Issues
Key Summary
RPLY-1094 Enghouse Vidyo fixed an issue that prevented videos set as "Public" from being viewed by users who were not logged in. Public videos can now be viewed by any users who navigate to the appropriate VidyoReplay URL.
RPLY-1089 Enghouse Vidyo fixed an issue where after a Disaster Recovery flip of the VidyoPortal, the VidyoReplay’s would not re-register.
RPLY-943
Enghouse Vidyo fixed an issue where customized logos were not applied. Customized logos in accepted formats now appear as expected.
RPLY-931
Enghouse Vidyo fixed an issue where, in some cases, customers were unable to export a security bundle from version 3.1.4.
RPLY-930 Enghouse Vidyo fixed an issue with the RecordsSearch API where both dateCreated and endTime were returning similar values for recordings created between 12pm-1pm and 12am-1am.
RPLY-898 Enghouse Vidyo addressed an issue where if one recording terminated early it could affect other recordings on the same VidyoReplay.
RPLY-887 Enghouse Vidyo updated the VidyoReplay 19.1.0 OVA so it deploys correctly on VMWare ESX 6.5.
RPLY-718 Enghouse Vidyo fixed text errors that were present when an email was created to share a VidyoReplay link from the VidyoReplay library. The "\n" that was previously added to the links no longer appears.
RPLY-649 Enghouse Vidyo made stability improvements so now recordings do not stop unexpectedly.
RPLY-637 Enghouse Vidyo resolved an issue where muting the video during content sharing caused the last video frame to remain frozen in the small tile. With this fix, the small tile displays the content correctly when muting the video when sharing. 

 

Known Issues

There are no new known issues in VidyoReplay version 19.1.0. Refer to the Known Issues section below to view known issues for prior releases. 

Compatibility

VidyoReplay version 19.1.0 is compatible with VidyoPortal versions 18.4.x or later. 

If your organization has an on-premises VidyoPortal (rather than a cloud subscription), refer to the Vidyo Compatibility Matrix article to determine which endpoint versions are compatible with your VidyoReplay release.

 


2019 Releases


VidyoReplay: About Version 3.1.5 (03)

Important Notices

  • As a reminder, starting with VidyoReplay version 3.1.4, for security reasons, support for mounting NAS’s over SMBv1 has been deprecated. Before upgrading, please ensure that your NAS supports SMBv2.1 or later.
  • For information on how to upgrade to VidyoReplay version 3.1.5 (03) from the version you are currently running, refer to the Upgrade Steps Lookup Tool article. This article lists the steps you need to take for your particular version, including which Security Updates you may need to install.
     

What's New in This Release

  • Resolved Issue 
    • This release resolved an issue to address a security vulnerability. This vulnerability could allow an authenticated user to elevate their privileges through the web interface. If exploited, VidyoReplay data could be accessible to such user. This data includes, but is not limited to, the following:
      • Recordings
      • SSL certificates
      • Configuration information
    • Please note that Vidyo is not aware of any exploitation of this vulnerability.
    • To address this issue, Vidyo has released VidyoReplay version 3.1.5(03). We strongly advise you to download rp-TAG_RP_3_1_5_03-signed.vidyo and upgrade your VidyoReplay. For instructions about how to upgrade, refer to the "Upgrading Your VidyoReplay" section of the VidyoReplay Administrator Guide. Installing version 3.1.5 (03) restarts VidyoReplay; therefore, any on-going recordings will be dropped.

Compatibility

VidyoReplay version 3.1.5 (03) is compatible with VidyoPortal versions 3.4x, 17.x, 18.x, and 19.x.

Resolved Issue

The following table lists the resolved issue in VidyoReplay™ version 3.1.5 (03):

VidyoReplay Version 3.1.5 (03) - Resolved Issues
Key Summary
RPLY-1030 Vidyo fixed an access control issue which allows an authenticated user to elevate their privilege level.

 

Known Issues

There are no new known issues in VidyoReplay version 3.1.5 (03).

 


2018 Releases


VidyoReplay: About Version 3.1.5

What's New in This Release

  • Fixed Issues 
    • This release resolves the two webcast issues listed in the Resolved Issues section below.

Important Notices

  • For information on how to upgrade to VidyoReplay version 3.1.5 from the version you are currently running, refer to the Upgrade Steps Lookup Tool article. This article lists the steps you need to take for your particular version, including which Security Updates you may need to install.
  • As a reminder, starting with VidyoReplay version 3.1.4, for security reasons, support for mounting NAS’s over SMBv1 has been deprecated. Before upgrading, please ensure that your NAS supports SMBv2.1 or later.

Compatibility

VidyoReplay version 3.1.5 is compatible with VidyoPortal versions 18.1.x, 18.2.x, and 18.3.1.

Resolved Issues

The following table lists the resolved issues in VidyoReplay™ version 3.1.5:

VidyoReplay Version 3.1.5 - Resolved Issues
Key Summary
RPLY-934 Webcast links accessed before the start of a webcast no longer result in an application exception.
RPLY-929 Users can now view webcasts that are PIN-protected.

 

Known Issues

There are no new known issues in VidyoReplay version 3.1.5.


VidyoReplay: About Version 3.1.4 (05)

Important Notices

  • To further strengthen security within VidyoReplay™, version 3.1.4 (05) deprecates support for mounting NAS’s over SMBv1. Therefore, if you use VidyoReplay, Vidyo highly recommends that you upgrade to this version. Before upgrading, ensure that your NAS supports SMBv2.1 or later.
  • For information on how to upgrade to VidyoReplay version 3.1.4 (05) from the version you are currently running, refer to the Upgrade Steps Lookup Tool article. This article lists the steps you need to take for your particular version, including which Security Updates you may need to install.

What's New in This Release

  • Platform Updates 
    • This release applies platform updates to the VidyoReplay appliance to improve security and performance.
  • Resolved Issues 
    • This release resolved a number of issues for enhanced system stability, security and usability.

Resolved Issues

The following table lists the resolved issues in VidyoReplay™ version 3.1.4 (05):

VidyoReplay Version 3.1.4 (05) - Resolved Issues
Key Summary
RPLY-916 Users can no longer bypass PIN protection on public videos. This only occurred in rare circumstances.
RPLY-914 Recordings now start when the system is in Federal Information Processing Standard (FIPS)-mode.
RPLY-896 The authenticated downloading of recordings no longer gets rejected via the authenticated wget workflow.
RPLY-888 The application now properly discards un-sanitized input. This only occurred in certain cases.

 

Known Issues

There are no new known issues for this release. 


VidyoReplay: About Version 3.1.3 (02)

Important Notices

  • To further strengthen security within VidyoReplay™, version 3.1.3 (02) deprecates support for mounting NAS’s over SMBv1. Therefore, if you use VidyoReplay, Vidyo highly recommends that you upgrade to this version. Before upgrading, ensure that your NAS supports SMBv2.1 or later.
  • For information on how to upgrade to VidyoReplay version 3.1.3 (02) from the version you are currently running, refer to the Upgrade Steps Lookup Tool article. This article lists the steps you need to take for your particular version, including which Security Updates you may need to install.
  • To avoid security vulnerabilities, VidyoReplay version 3.1.2 or later does not allow you to download recordings via GNU Wget. No other script-based or API alternatives exist at this time; however, we will notify you if these become available.

What's New in This Release

  • Platform Updates 
    • This release applies platform updates to the VidyoReplay appliance to improve security and performance.

Resolved and Known Issues

There are no new resolved or known issues reported in this release.


VidyoReplay: About Version 3.1.3 (01)

Important Notice

For information on how to upgrade to VidyoReplay version 3.1.3 (01) from the version you are currently running, refer to the Upgrade Steps Lookup Tool article. This article lists the steps you need to take for your particular version, including which Security Updates you may need to install. Once VidyoReplay is updated to version 3.1.3, a downgrade is not possible.

What's New in This Release

  • Resolved issues
    • This release fixes the following issues to enhance the reliability and usability of VidyoReplay:
      • The VidyoReplayContentManagementService API is now working as intended.
      • The RecordsSearchRequest API now retrieves the correct number of video recordings in the system depending upon which filters are applied.

VidyoReplay 3.1.3 is compatible with VidyoPortal versions 3.3.x, 3.4.x, and 17.1.x.

Resolved Issues

The following table lists the resolved issues in VidyoReplay™ version 3.1.3 (01):

VidyoReplay Version 3.1.3 - Resolved Issues
Key Summary
RPLY-880 The VidyoReplayContentManagementService API is now working as intended.
RPLY-870 The RecordsSearchRequest API now retrieves the correct number of video recordings in the system depending upon which filters are applied.

 

Known Issues

The following table lists the known issues in VidyoReplay version 3.1.3 (01):

VidyoReplay Version 3.1.3 - Known Issues
Key Summary
RPLY-672 When using Internet Explorer® or Firefox® to view recordings, video noise displays every 10 seconds.

Workaround: Use a different web browser to view the video recordings.
RPLY-653 Occasionally after VidyoPortal™ failover, VidyoReplay is no longer able to register prefixes until it is restarted.
RPLY-637 When sharing content, muting video causes the last video frame to remain frozen in the small tile.
RPLY-610 The clipboard does not display correctly in the VidyoReplay Library and nothing happens upon clicking it.
RPLY-597 When recording a conference with two participants in which one participant has privacy mode enabled, a still image of the participant who does not have privacy mode enabled remains in the recording after they disconnect.
RPLY-595 A black screen displays when playing back recordings that are under ten seconds.
RPLY-581 When using Internet Explorer 10 or 11 to view video recordings, pixelation may appear on the bottom of the video.

Workaround: Use a different web browser to view the video recordings.
RPLY-446

During a call, the number of participants on the Call Status page drops to zero when the camera is set to privacy mode.

Workaround: Use the Admin portal, Super portal, Control Meeting, or Participant List to view the correct number of participants on the call.
RPLY-306 When a room owner starts a webcast, their name does not display in the Participant List.

 


VidyoReplay: About Version 3.1.2

Important Notice

For information on how to upgrade to VidyoReplay version 3.1.2 from the version you are currently running, refer to the Upgrade Steps Lookup Tool article. This article lists the steps you need to take for your particular version, including which Security Updates you may need to install. Once VidyoReplay is updated to version 3.1.2, a downgrade is not possible.

What's New in This Release

  • Security vulnerability issues
    • VidyoReplay version 3.1.2 fixes the following vulnerabilities:
      • Cross Site Request Forgery (CSRF) vulnerabilities in the VidyoReplay Admin UI.
      • A cross-site scripting security vulnerability that allows a user to execute Javascript on the    browsers of users accessing the application.

VidyoReplay 3.1.2 is compatible with VidyoPortal versions 3.3.x and 3.4.x.

Resolved Issues

The following table lists the resolved issues in VidyoReplay™ version 3.1.2 (46):

VidyoReplay Version 3.1.2 - Resolved Issues
Key Summary
RPLY-780 Cross Site Request Forgery (CSRF) vulnerabilities in the VidyoReplay Admin UI are now fixed.
RPLY-769 A cross-site scripting vulnerability, which allows a user to execute Javascript on the browsers of users accessing VidyoReplay, is now fixed.

Compatibility

Internet Browser Compatibility 

Internet Explorer®: 

  • Important: When upgrading the VidyoReplay using Internet Explorer, please use version 10 or later. Alternatively, you can use another browser, such as Chrome or Firefox.
  • IE 10 and 11 are supported in non-compatibility modes.   

Version Compatibility   

If your organization has an on-premises VidyoPortal (rather than a cloud subscription), refer to the Vidyo Compatibility Matrix article to determine which endpoint versions are compatible with your VidyoReplay release.

If you are using VidyoGateway version 3.5.x, please read the note below.

If you are using this release of the VidyoPortal and VidyoRouter with VidyoGateway version 3.5.x, please note that if the conference moderator or a participant mutes the video of another participant in the call, all legacy participants in the call will see the last frozen frame of the participant whose video was muted.

This issue has been resolved in VidyoGateway version 4.2 and later.

 

Known Issues

The following table lists the known issues in VidyoReplay:

VidyoReplay - Known Issues
Key Summary
RPLY-1279 Webcasting and playback does not work correctly on iPhone devices.
RPLY-1201 Audio call recordings are not visible on the Recorder>Call Status view. Audio call recordings are visible on the Cluster>Component Status view and via the Portal Super/Admin Call views.
RPLY-610 The clipboard does not display correctly in the VidyoReplay Library and nothing happens upon clicking it.
RPLY-597 When recording a conference with two participants in which one participant has privacy mode enabled, a still image of the participant who does not have privacy mode enabled remains in the recording after they disconnect.
RPLY-595 A black screen displays when playing back recordings that are under ten seconds.
RPLY-446

During a call, the number of participants on the Call Status page drops to zero when the camera is set to privacy mode.

Workaround: Use the Admin portal, Super portal, Control Meeting, or Participant List to view the correct number of participants on the call.
RPLY-306 When a room owner starts a webcast, their name does not display in the Participant List.

 

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    John Robert Gregorio

    Our Vidyoreplay is currently 3.1.5(02), do we need to get 3.1.5(03)?

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    Jodi Sergeant

    Hi John,

    Please upgrade to 3.1.5(03) since a security issue was resolved. Let me know if you have further questions. Thank you.

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