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Roadshow 1.0.1 by Jim Matthews

We’ve fixed a bunch of the bugs that you reported since the release of Roadshow 1.0 last month, and those fixes are now available in Roadshow 1.0.1.

The fixes:

  • Added support for videos with missing MIME types
  • Changed treatment of mute switch to be consistent with Videos app
  • Fixed a bug that caused ads to be displayed incorrectly
  • Fixed a crash when sharing a video by email
  • Fixed a crash with QuickTime reference movies
  • Fixed a problem logging into Radbox
  • Fixed crash in tap-to-save on iOS 5.0b3
  • Improved responsiveness while saving many videos
  • Improved titles for videos found on Vimeo Watch Later page

Update today, and keep the feedback coming!

In other news:


  • Is there a way to transfer a video to my camera roll directly on the iPad?

    Editor July 28, 2011
  • No, there is no way to move videos to the camera roll. I would be interested to hear more about how you would use such a feature if we added it.


    Jim Matthews
    Fetch Softworks

    Jim Matthews July 28, 2011
  • I would love a bookmarklet for my computer that I could click when I saw a video I wanted to watch later. When I open up Roadshow, it should then try to download the queued videos.

    Tim Maly August 2, 2011
  • Thanks for that suggestion, Tim. We are very interested in providing that sort of experience.

    Jim Matthews August 2, 2011
  • Please provide a way to export movies via iTunes file sharing/wifi to computer for those who have purchased the full app. Movies take up too much space on iPad :(

    Fanaa0 August 10, 2011
  • Thanks for that feedback, Fanaa0.

    Jim Matthews August 10, 2011
  • I agree with the previous posters. It would be very useful to be able to export the videos. I have gotten used to watch talks, presentations and tutorials in double speed in AVPlayerHD. If you added the feature of exposing the files in iTunes, that would be great!

    Oscar August 20, 2011
  • “No, there is no way to move videos to the camera roll. I would be interested to hear more about how you would use such a feature if we added it.”

    No brainer. iMovie. Currently it will only import movies from the camera roll. As of now, there is NO way to bring videos from the internet into the camera roll without doing it through email, or syncing from iTunes. Being able to save from the internet into Roadshow and import them into iMovie would be HUGE. Especially in the education sector, for students to use in digital storytelling!

    Steve Dembo September 13, 2011
  • Thanks, Steve, for that feedback.

    Jim Matthews September 13, 2011
  • Any news about the bookmarklet?

    Andre January 14, 2012
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