Anyway to fix ?
Which device are you seeing this on?
Which version of iOS/tvOS/macOS and Infuse are you using?
Is it affecting a specific video or all of your videos?
@james This is happening for me too. Seems to happen when the video has not fully buffered (streaming from an SFTP server).
iPadOS 15.4.1, Infuse Pro 7.3.7
Can you try updating to 7.3.8 to see if this helps?
If you’re still seeing issues with the new update and are able to send in a quick report (and post the code here) it would be super-helpful.
This has happened as well for me a few times I’m on an iPhone 12 Pro running iOS 15.4.1 it’s happened on 15.4 as well. I just updated to the new firmware of 7.3.8 hopefully that patches it.
iPhone 11 and iPad 8th generation.
Still does it too. On latest Infuse Pro.
After updating to 16.1 beta 2 the app crashes in PiP after about 10 secs on Infuse 7.4.5
For anyone seeing this, if you are able to send in a diagnostic report (and post the code here) we would love to look into this. Thanks!
Hi @james seems the latest build crashes when using PiP on iOS 16.1 beta 4.
How to replicate the issue:
- play any movie
- turn on PiP
- wait several seconds
I have the same exact issue
You may want to help to figure out what’s going on.
I think we can trash this issue. It seems it’s been resolved on the latest beta 16.1b5. PiP works fine now.
We’re able to confirm this as well! The latest iPadOS beta has resolved the crashing issue.
Hello, I noticed since I updated to 16.1 my pip crashes infuse after a few seconds. I really like using infuse a lot and I think it’s the best on iOS. I’m just wondering if you’re aware of the issue and a fix is on the way or if it’s just happening to me for some reason. On different apps pip is working just fine. Thank you for this great app.
I moved your post to a thread discussing this issue and I believe that with the latest beta the problem is solved.
Thank you for fixing the issue it’s working flawless again for me
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