Here is what is new:
Here is what we're actively working on:
Updates to improve IP camera connectivity. Auto detection of jpeg/mjpeg/rtsp urls as well as ONVIF support.
Migration is now complete. teleport.nu will continue to function over the next year.
The ability to control how users are allowed to consume feed content is now available. Custom roles can be defined allowing public/signed-in/share link viewers and embed codes, all have different permissions.
Supported polices are:
A new player embed code that uses <script tag vs <iframe and automatically sizes to maintain the feed aspect ratio and remove any black bars on the side, here is how to use it. It's used on the Teleport page already, however the embed page does not yet provide these codes, this will change once it gets more testing.
Starting this month we've begun the process of migrating away from teleport.nu to teleport.io. teleport.nu will function fully over the next year as far as API calls and player embeds, so there is plenty of time to transition. You can now update all player embed codes and links to the new domain.
On June 16th, users will be redirected from teleport.nu to teleport.io. This will not affect signed-in users which will be given until the end of June to sign in on the new domain.
The ability to control how users are allowed to consume feed content is coming this month. Custom roles can be defined allowing public/signed-in/share link viewers and embed codes, all have different permissions.
Supported polices will be:
Starting on some optimizations to lower API response times this month.
Teleport now supports up to 8K image resolution and 4K video resolution. Available on the Control plan only at this time.
IP address changed on API and website endpoints. This was a result of cloud infrastructure upgrades. The current IP will remain the same in the foreseeable future. Ideally any firewall or trust policy configurations on your end would be based on the domain name not the IP, the IP may change again in the future as required by cloud deployment upgrades.
Some of our customers store a lot more than we anticipated. To support this we've lowered our pricing based on tiers, the pricing is posed here.
In order to ensure performance at scale work was done on expanding our backend storage services to accommodate increased bandwidth requirements. This way you can not only store effectively an unlimited amount of image data with Teleport, but also access it at speed even with thousands of simultaneous viewers.