Cisco Jabber Video for TelePresence (Jabber Video) is an application that extends the reach of telepresence. Jabber Video works with a compatible PC or Mac and a webcam or Cisco TelePresence PrecisionHD camera to provide high-definition video communications to more people, on more devices, from more places. Jabber Video can connect to telepresence systems, resulting in a wider community of colleagues, partners, and business customers.
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What’s new in version 188.8.131.5279
Updated on Apr 24 2012
The following issues were found in previous releases and were resolved in 4.4:
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Cisco Jabber Video for TelePresence Release Notes (4.4) Page 2 of 6
Improved reliability of ICE when using TCP relay.
Cease bandwidth adaptation when no quality improvement results.
Fixed typographical error in "Unable to connect" error message.
Resolved issue causing bandwidth adaptation to fail in constant packet loss situations.
Resolved issue where TURN probing would sometimes hang when reaching open port 80.
When ICE is enabled and TURN server port allocation fails due to VPN connection, allocation will now time out faster.
Improved handling of incomplete provisioning templates. Related stability issue resolved.
Corrected handling of the pre-configuration option to make network settings unavailable to users ("hideadvancedlogin), improved information to user when network settings are controlled by administrator and not editable.
Downgrade option using MSIExec is not supported by Jabber Video and has now been disabled.
Restricted bandwidth probing from going beyond the maximum provisioned outgoing bandwidth.
Resolved issue causing poor media quality and call disruption in some scenarios involving ICE on lower bandwidths.
Improved handling of heavy packet loss on call setup.
Solved issue that would sometimes interrupt the download of an upgrade or downgrade.
Resolved multiple stability issues.
The following issues apply to this version of Cisco Jabber Video for TelePresence.
Windows XP only: Sharing Internet Explorer 6.0 or 8.0 as a presentation makes the presentation video flash.
When user ends a call while having another call on hold, the presence status erroneously changes to "Online". When the second call is resumed, the status remains "Online".
Mac OS X:
Be sure to install and start up Jabber Video before removing Movi, as settings are imported on first startup.
Jabber Video installs itself as a new application alongside Cisco TelePresence Movi
Jabber Video registers itself as the default SIP protocol handler.
The program bundle identifier is now com.cisco.JabberVideo.
When Jabber Video is launched:
Preferences, Favorites, and History are imported from Movi.
Stored passwords are not imported and must be re-entered.