This was reported as fixed a couple of days ago. (I didn't test it myself, but QA will have done so.)Bug from Version: 3-1 190206 is persistent: When creating a new 3Play session, you can't see the session name as you're typing it in the text box.
We've discussed this elsewhere. I think I'd agree that it's a bug IF a signal failure from one camera causes ALL recorders to stop. If only the recorder for the 'faulty' signal stops this gets complicated, and would be more a feature request than a bug case.Ongoing Bug: Signal loss from RF cameras causing recording stop/start on 3P1 and 4800. Reported in General Support.
I've spoken to the 3Play devs about this, and the general view was that nothing has changed in this respect (it's possible that's incorrect, but it's what people recalled without reviewing code and builds). So we're probably into feature request territory here again as opposed to a bug. (It won't be too surprising, I hope, that bugs normally take precedence in Engineering).Ongoing Bug: Still no audio crossfade during the video transition period in the Playlist. Only audio Cut.
I just received a copy of that rev file today if its still something you are still in need of.And yet, here we are nearly two years later and no update on the faulty 3Play Version: 3-1 190206. This version is still there on the Newtek Downloads site for the unsuspecting 3Play user.
Furthermore, we are not permitted to download any previous versions, in particular 3Play Version Rev 3-1-170915, which by all reports, was the last best firmware update for the 3Play 4800. A very sad situation indeed.