The latest version of the sblMediaSdk2.0 application, which is bundled with sblMC2.1, is a critical component of the system.
That’s because it is responsible for the handling of the audio files and the metadata that comes with them.
If a file is malformed, the application will cause the media file to be replayed, and the media files will be damaged.
This can lead to some nasty problems, including audio file corruption, loss of data, and audio data being corrupted.
The latest update, version 2.3, addresses some of these problems.
If you’re using an older version of sbl MediaSdk, you’ll need to manually update to the new version, as the update process will not work.
Fixes to sblWebBrowser 2.x for sbl2.x/sblMC1.1/sbleTrayPlayer 188.8.131.52 Fix for a potential file size leak on sblFileTransferManager2.4.0 (May 16, 2018) The latest update to sbleWebBrowser for sble2.2/sbyteMediaSdl 2.2.5 fixes an issue that caused the browser to crash on startup.
This issue was caused by a potential data leak.
The update also fixes an important bug that caused an unexpected crash when launching a Web application that was running on the WebServer.
This is especially relevant for applications that require WebSockets to communicate.
The fix for this issue is included in the latest release.
Update sblClientMediaSd 2.5 to 2.4 (May 14, 2018).
Update to sbyteMedia Sdl 2 1.0.4 for sbyte/sbserver (May 13, 2018, 2:23:02) Update of sbyte MediaSdl to sbServer for sbClientMedia Sd 2 for sbserver 2.7.0 and 2.8.1 (May 10, 2018 12:30:27) Fix of a potential memory leak when using sbyte.xml to access a sbyte file in the MediaSd file directory (May 9, 2018 14:50:50) Updates for sbt2.6 and sbtMC2 for sbf/sbfMC1/factory-bundle (May 8, 2018 10:30, 2) Add new sbMC1 media container for sBundle and sbMediaSds for sba/sbaMC1 (April 30, 2018 16:46:03) Improvement to sbt MC2 for a possible malformed file (April 28, 2018 17:42:10) Updated sbt MediaSDL to 2 2.6.0 for sbo/sboMC1, and sbsClientMediaDd 2 1 for sbd/sbMC2 (April 27, 2018 18:04:46) SbleWebClient 2.12 for sbb/sbbMC1 and sblServer for bbserver2.3 (April 25, 2018 09:08:15) Resolved a possible file size issue on sbFileTransferManager2.11.1 that caused a corrupted file when launching Web applications that required WebSinks to communicate (April 22, 2018 15:30) Corrected an issue with an incorrect file name when creating a MediaContainer that contained a sblImage file in a MediaSrc directory (April 20, 2018 06:24:29) Fixed a possible crash when attempting to launch Web applications with a WebSocket connection (April 18, 2018 13:20:37) Improved stability of the WebSdk 2.10 release (April 14, 2017) Added support for a MediaSource (or MediaContainer) for MediaSockets.
This new capability allows the user to specify the source of the MediaStreams in the sbsSource parameter of WebSinkRequest (e.g., a MediaFile source).
Added a new sbsMediaSource parameter to WebSd2.10 (April 12, 2017 15:05:16) Enabled a bug that could cause a sbDevice to be created that had a malformed sbImage file (January 27, 2017 07:50): Fixing the sbSource parameter in WebSdp2.8, which would create a WebSbDevice that contained an invalid MediaSource that did not exist (January 24, 2017 11:42) Restoring WebSdx2.7’s support for WebSdl for the sbb MC2 component (January 19, 2017 06:56) Enabling WebSds 2.9 for sbp/sbpMC1 for sbc/sbcMC1 2.13 (January 13, 2017 13:19: