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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:


  • No, nothing to report about the bookmarklet.

    Jim Matthews January 26, 2012
  • Like several of the other posters, I would really like to see you ad the ability to export videos. It seems that adding file sharing to roadshow would be a great solution. Many other apps have this feature which makes moving media to your computer and then other locations a snap. Please consider adding this feature.

    Rudy July 7, 2012
  • Thanks for the feedback. The issue with exporting videos is that we do not want Roadshow to be used to violate copyright, and we have no way of controlling what happens to a video once it has been exported.

    Jim Matthews July 8, 2012
  • I am curious where the videos sit within the Ipad file structure? Much like Windows Explorer?

    Brent July 16, 2012
  • Videos are stored in Roadshow’s document directory.

    Jim Matthews July 16, 2012
  • Is it possible yet to export video yet.


    derik January 19, 2013
  • No, it still isn’t possible to export videos.

    Jim Matthews January 19, 2013
  • Hi,

    first of all, it’s a great app for watching videos while on a train when no wifi is available and data rates would be too high.

    I just wonder: are you going to implement an export/share feature in the future? Or are you sure you won’t because of potentially violating rights?

    Thanks in advance

    tl October 7, 2013
  • Glad to hear you’re enjoying it!

    We’ve thought about adding an export feature, but haven’t made any decision one way or the other.


    Jim Matthews October 7, 2013
  • I think I understand the problem of preventing duplication of copyrighted material, etc. but it would be helpful for organization of files and management of iPad memory space if files could be saved to HD or main computer space in unplayable files/folders, singly or in groups by type, or title, or subject, or… , that would open and play when restored to Roadshow on the iPad.

    McAlister January 3, 2014
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