Live Cams Pro 4.0.3 waiting for Apple Review – Dec 10th 2014

Live Cams Pro 4.0.3 waiting for Apple Review – Dec 10th 2014

Release notes:

New public cameras added. Users with private cameras in the database need to select “Update Public Cameras” from the main configuration menu. The database will automatically update if you do not have any private cameras in the app.

Canon and Axis PTZ slider controls are back.

Reduced single-camera view toolbar to single row of icons with a fully transparent background

Added temperature and lullaby menus for Fosbaby devices

Improved graphics (retina 3x) for iPhone 6/6+

Interactive notifications for motion and audio alerts

The app now fires an interactive local notification when it is moved to the background and network activity is continued. This will allow you to decide if the activity should continue or not.

Added main stream/sub stream selector for Foscam 98xx models, replaces the channel # field for this profile.

Added the ability to abort “scan network” before it is finished. You can now tap the screen and select a device before the 15 second timeout is complete.

Driver updates and audio improvements for many models

Added a new option in the single-camera view called “Mute Video”. Use this to blank the screen during overnight runs. This keeps the screen dark and also prevents the app from crashing when decoding corrupted H.264 video streams. Best suited for baby monitor usage. Simply tap the screen to see the video again.

New RTSP field added to the add/edit camera screen. If your camera fails to connect after the update, please check to make sure that this field is properly populated if it is enabled.

SSL support for Axis RTSP profile.

Improved UI for the lock screen.

The world map view is improved. It now contains a help menu, allows you to select public or private cameras as a view filter, and also allows selection of individual cameras for locations that have more than one in the same GPS location.

Additional localization and translations completed. Some new screens are still English-only.

Performance improvements for H.264 and MPEG video sources.

Much more! Look for tutorials on over the next few weeks.






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