[Blink] New Blink Pro for OSX version 4.1.0 with ZRTP end-to-end audio/video encryption

Dan Pascu dan at ag-projects.com
Sat Nov 22 01:08:10 CET 2014

On 21 Nov 2014, at 15:28, Kevin Layer <layer at franz.com> wrote:

> Dan Pascu wrote:
>>> I didn’t mean the preferences. I meant the incoming call popup dialog.
>>> Something like this one (notice the video icon, the Video call title
>>> and the “Audio only” button):
> I do *not* have an "Audio only" button.  When I get to work I'll take
> a picture and email it  out.

That is most likely because you disabled video support in asterisk.

>>> What you say here raises an interesting conundrum. Because if things
>>> correlate that means that you get an audio+video call, yet blink tells
>>> you it’s audio only, but when you accept it also somehow accepts the
>>> video stream even though you didn’t accept that.
> Indeed.

Not quite. It became more obvious that you just mixed reports (from before and after you disabled video support in asterisk). We were not able to make blink show a video call as an audio call, so that part of your report was conflicting.

We really cannot debug your problem reliably if you give us the SIP trace of a call from before you disabled video support, but descriptions of how blink reacted from after you disabled video support.

>>>    At home, I'm on a Mac that does not have a camera, but I get the
>>>    same
>>>    behavior there.
>>> This is useful information that gives a bit more context. Can you give
>>> us an account on that asterisk server so we can test it out ourselves?
>>> You’ll also have to reenable video support at least for the test.
> I realized this morning I was actually using my work server when I
> tested.  My home server has video disabled.  I'll enable it this
> weekend and do a test, though. 
> Kevin
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