Cisco’s Cisco-designed video-Capture software can work with the latest firmware versions, but if you are still using older versions of the Software and Configuration Management Server (SCCM) client, the software won’t work.
The company has acknowledged the problem, and says it is working on a fix.
The software is called “VideoCapture Plus” and has been downloaded by nearly a million people, according to Cisco.
It can capture up to 5K video at 60fps, which is impressive in a way, but the company says it cannot capture 1080p.
In addition, if you have a newer version of Cisco’s Software and Config Management Server client, such as Cisco’s latest release of SCCM 11.1, the video capture software won`t work.
“This is due to an error in the configuration of the Cisco-developed video- Capture Plus software.
We have removed the software from the Cisco ConfigM server and are working to resolve this issue,” the company wrote on its blog.
The company added that it had already addressed the issue with its existing version of Software and the configuration software that is included in its SCCY version.
Cisco has also told customers that if they are using older version of software, it is likely the software is still working.
“There are a number of things that Cisco’s software does that could cause problems with the software.
Cisco is working with the vendor to fix this issue and is offering the latest Software and Cisco Config Manager Server (CTSM) software,” the Cisco blog continued.
“We will be updating the software as soon as it is available.
In the meantime, customers with older versions should continue to use the Cisco Software and Software Configuration Manager Server and ConfigM software.”
Cisco has since said that “it is not a security issue, but a bug in the software that causes the problem.
It is a critical bug and Cisco is investigating.”CISP, a subsidiary of Cisco, is a major supplier of video capture solutions to the Internet of Things (IoT) industry.
It has its own video-video-capturing software called Cisco VLC.