Published 13 April 2015
Tags: Android, video
PJSIP version 2.4 is released with main focus on video on Android, which includes a capture device using android.hardware.Camera and a renderer using OpenGL ES 2. We also updated the support for version 2.0.0 of bdIMAD, a multi-platform Speech Quality Enhancement solution including full-duplex Acoustic Echo Canceller and Speech Processor for applications based on PJSIP.
As usual, the release also includes several enhancements and bug fixes, chief among these are stability improvement of iOS video. Please see the Release Notes page for more info and grab the source code from the Download page.
Published 4 September 2014
Tags: iOS, OpenH264, video
PJSIP version 2.3 is released with main focus on video on iOS, which includes native capture using AVFoundation, native preview, and a choice between two renderer backends: OpenGL ES 2 or UIView. We also add support for OpenH264 and Libyuv as alternative to FFmpeg/Libav in providing H.264 video codec and image converter functionalities.
As usual the release also includes several enhancements and bug fixes, please see the Release Notes page for more info and grab the source code from the Download page.
Published 14 March 2014
PJSIP 2.2.1 is released which mainly contains bug fixes for 2.2. For the complete list, have a look at the Release Notes.
We would recommend anyone using 2.2 to upgrade to this version. Please see the download page as usual for more info.
Published 27 February 2014
PJSIP version 2.2 is released, with the focus on new PJSUA2 API, an Object Oriented API for C++, Java/Android, and Python. See the new PJSUA2 Book, a comprehensive tutorial/documentation specifically for this API, for more info.
Also Android is now supported. Apart from these, we added support for 64bit Windows, third party echo canceller for Android, iOS, Windows, etc, and closed over a hundred tickets on this release. See the Release Notes for 2.2 for more info, or head straight to the Download page to get the source code.
Published 12 March 2013
Development Process , Releases
PJSIP version 2.0 has been out for eight months, we’ve had two releases since then, we feel that the 2.x line should have been maturing now.
It’s time to say goodbye to the venerable version 1.x. It’s proven to be a successful product, in my opinion. It’s been with us for four years, 25 releases, and it has met a lot of people’s expectations. Although granted that it has its share of deficiencies too. We could only hope that version 2 would be as successful.
But we can’t maintain 1.x forever. We feel our limited development resource would be better spent at developing 2.x instead. Thus we are giving version 1.x support for six more months from now, until September 2013. We hope that this, along with the eight months that we’ve had, gives enough time for everyone to upgrade their 1.x based product to PJSIP version 2. We do encourage everyone to upgrade to PJSIP version 2.
PJSIP version 1.16 was released. This version contains many bug fixes backported from version 2.1. The next version in PJSIP 1.x version line, version 1.17, will be the last of the 1.x series. It will only contain critical fixes from the 2.x, hence once again we recommend everyone to upgrade to version 2 to get the full benefit of PJSIP.
Thank you for using PJSIP!
Published 5 March 2013
Mobile VoIP , Releases
PJSIP version 2.1 is released with primary focus on BB10 and support for SILK and OpenCore AMR-WB codecs. We also managed to fix synchronization issues in PJNATH and last but not least, the release also contains bug fixes and improved interoperability after SIPit 30 testing in North Carolina just a couple of weeks ago.
As usual please see the Download page for more info.
Published 3 July 2012
BlackBerry , Releases
PJSIP version 2.0.1 is released. This interim release is mainly to support SDL2 which was made available at about the same time PJSIP 2.0 was released which broke our build that relied on SDL-1.3. In the mean time, we already have the initial support for BlackBerry 10 (BB10) in our SVN trunk, hence it gets included with this release as well.
As usual please see the Download page for more info. Thanks.