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Issues fixed in version 14

These are the resolved issues in the current release of Pexip Infinity.

Pexip

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8032 Resolved an occasional issue where a sequence of a number of video frames which cannot be decoded would cause the conference to fail.
7646 During periods of heavy network congestion, audio packet-loss concealment for AAC-LD, Opus and G.722.1 codecs no longer causes occasional audio drop outs.
7608 Recent versions of Skype for Business 2016 clients that are connected to a Pexip VMR no longer lose audio after approximately 10 minutes.
7447 When using the external policy API for a Virtual Reception ("two_stage_dialing") service type, the response from the policy server can now include the match_string and replace_string fields. (These fields allow the Virtual Reception service to limit the aliases which may be entered.)
7274 The zoom/pan function when viewing the media connections graph of an active conference via the Pexip Infinity Administrator interface now works correctly in Firefox browsers.

Microsoft

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Limitation

8128 Intermittent issues with connecting to a large Skype for Business meeting via the Pexip Distributed Gateway have been resolved.
8168 Intermittent issues with dropped calls when connected to a large Skype for Business meeting via the Pexip Distributed Gateway have been resolved.
7815 An occasional issue where merging a Pexip VMR into a Lync / Skype for Business meeting would cause some participants hosted on Pexip to be dropped has been resolved.

Lifesize

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Limitation

7737 Resolved an issue introduced in Pexip Infinity version 13, where Lifesize endpoints might no longer receive audio (when using the AAC-LD codec) when connected to a VMR.

Polycom

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Limitation

7760 Resolved an issue where Pexip Infinity does not receive audio from Polycom Group Real Presence devices running v6 of their software when using the G.719 audio codec.

Chrome browsers

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Limitation

7672 Chrome browsers no longer display an "Aw, snap!" error page when using the Play Test Sound option in the Infinity Connect Web App.