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What's changed? The Student Feedback Tool provides schools with an intuitive way to extract real-time feedback, to enable formative assessment and monitor student health and wellbeing. Encryption has been added between to the communications between the Vivi App and the Vivi Box to support the Student Feedback Tool and ensure the privacy of user data. The maximum file size for digital signage media has been raised from 200MB to 500MB.…
What's changed? Added a room setting to Vivi Central that prevents presenters from controlling each other's displays (Presenter Lock). Added a room setting to Vivi Central that prevents students from accessing displays (Student Lock). Fixed dragging files into the Vivi App causing them to display inside of it. Dropped support for iOS 9 from the Vivi App. Removed the need to perform a Hard Restart of a Vivi Box for USB audio to be enabled.…
What's changed? Optimised DNS caching for IPv6. Added the ability to resize and manipulate text in the annotation suite. Fixed issue where toggling room codes caused screens to flash when using the Video Direct feature. Video durations over 24 hours now display correctly. Fixed cases where a Soft Restart would hang indefinitely. Who does this affect? All Vivi users. Who should update to this release? Customers using IPv6 within their infrastructure. Download Vivi Receiver Firmware 2.3.…
What's changed? We have fixed video and audio synchronisation issues on Intel-based Chromebooks that occurred following the Chrome OS 72 update. Who does this affect? Vivi users with Intel-based Chromebooks running Chrome OS 72 and above. Who should update to this release? All Vivi users with Intel-based Chromebooks. Download Vivi Receiver Firmware 2.3.3 http://downloads.vivi.io/box/update.2.3.3.tar
What's changed? Vivi now handles large SAML responses that previously caused a white screen to be displayed after customers had logged in on the Android App. Who does this affect? Vivi users of the Android App. Who should update to this release? Vivi users who are experiencing login issues via SAML on the Android App.
What's changed? Some users were experiencing intermittent connectivity issues when connected to rooms that could cause screen sharing to drop out.  We have added added a grace period to allow automatic reconnection to take place so that screen sharing is not affected. Who does this affect? All Vivi users. Who should update to this release? Vivi users experiencing intermittent connectivity issues and drop outs. Download Vivi Receiver Firmware 2.3.2 http://downloads.vivi.io/box/update.2.3.2.tar
What's changed? We've fixed an issue where URLs played through Video Direct from previous versions of the Vivi App (2.15.2 and below) would stop playing after a few seconds on Vivi Receivers running firmware 2.3.0. Who does this affect? Vivi users on previous versions of the Vivi App who try to play URLs through Video Direct on Vivi Receivers running firmware 2.3.0. Who should update to this release? It is recommended that all users upgrade to this version. Download Vivi Receiver Firmware 2.3.…
What's changed? Combined Rooms: Temporarily combine the Vivi-enabled displays in seperate rooms into one flexible learning space. (Note: this requires ALL Vivi Receivers to be running the same firmware version) Video Direct Queues: Create a queue of videos in the Vivi App from within the ‘Play a Video Direct’ screen. YouTube Playlists: YouTube playlists can now be played through the Video Direct feature.…
What's changed? Significantly reduced buffering times between chapters when playing videos through ClickView using Video Direct. The resolution of ClickView videos now matches the set stream resolution in the Vivi App. Fixed issue with corrupt screenshots caused by certain formats of ClickView videos. Fixed issue with subtitles on ClickView videos enabling between chapters.…
What's changed? There has been a long-standing compatibility issue with Cisco multi-gig network ports, which has now been resolved. Who does this affect? Customers with Cisco multi-gig capable switches. Who should update to this release? Customers with Cisco multi-gig capable switches who wish to connect the Vivi receiver to a multi-gig network port. Download Vivi Receiver Firmware 2.2.1 http://downloads.vivi.io/box/update.2.2.1.tar
What's changed? We've fixed an issue where the Vivi App was available to download on unsupported Chrome OS versions. Who does this affect? Users on Chrome OS versions below 65. Who should update to this release? This release only affects new users, and as such, will not appear as an update in your Vivi App.
What's changed? We've fixed an issue where drawing with touch on the annotations page in the Vivi App would not work with touch-enabled Chromebooks after upgrading to Chrome OS 70. Who does this affect? Users with touch-enabled Chromebooks. Who should update to this release? It is recommended that all Chrome OS users with touch-enabled devices upgrade to this version.
What's changed? Display Settings Page in the Vivi App: We will now differentiate between the room and the display settings with a new Display Settings button, shown next to the Room Settings button on the main screen. Updates to Privacy Mode: Our Privacy Mode feature is now an individual presenter setting, instead of a room setting and is located on the Display Settings page.…
What's changed? When streaming on Chrome OS, the Vivi App will now temporarily expand to match the size of the capture confirmation dialog. Who does this affect? All Chrome OS users. Who should update to this release? It is strongly recommended that all Chrome OS users upgrade to this version.
What's changed? Volume and Mute Controls: When a teacher or student is presenting their screen or using the Video Direct feature there are now volume and mute controls available in the Vivi App Auto-Mute Device Audio: Windows users have the option to automatically mute the audio from their devices speaker whenever they begin presenting their screen and revert back to the original volume setting once they stop presenting.…


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