I just released a new version of the PoodLL 3 filter. There have been a lot of releases over the last month in response to bugs, feature requests and generally improving the reliability of recording. From now the releases should be less frequent.
In this release, 3.0.9(Build 2016081410), we have responded to some feature requests and worked on improving the usability. Specifically we …
Believe it or not, some people don’t like to hear “PoodLL is converting your audio” after recording themselves. This is a necessary step because we need to convert incoming recordings to mp3 format. Of course recordings from the Flash MP3 recorder. are already MP3. So why convert them? The reason is that much of the user troubles in previous versions of PoodLL came from receiving mp3 uploads directly. Think timeouts, upload limits, apache security settings. Uploading to the cloud and then pulling them in avoids that. But if it was already working for you maybe you can skip that part. Change that at:
site admin -> plugins -> filters -> poodll -> general settings -> no cloud
In order to make it a bit clearer if your registration key is working or when it expires, we added a little info just below it on the PoodLL General Settings page.
site admin -> plugins -> filters -> poodll -> general settings
The long awaited PoodLL app is getting closer to completion. But until its done, some people have requested that they can hide the “PoodLL App” button that appears when opening a recorder on an iPhone or iPad. Indeed, that makes sense. So we brought forward the iOS settings to allow you to do that.
site admin -> plugins -> filters -> poodll ->iOS app settings
Sometimes you just don’t want all the fluff. Or you want a simple place to start. So we added a bare bones HTML5 audio and HTML5 video player. These will use the browsers default appearance, so not everyone will have the same experience. Select these for use as you would any other player template.
site admin -> plugins -> filters -> poodll ->(p) native video
site admin -> plugins -> filters -> poodll -> file extension settings