Wait a minute… when I MUTE the audio in the iOS app (the audio button clearly shows the speaker with a circle around it and a line through it, the universal symbol for mute) then the audio actually comes through in the iOS app. Still no luck for the mobile web client using JPEG, MOTION, or MJPEG, but the fact that the iOS app works, albeit it seems in reverse function, is heartening. Thank you very much for the prompt support. I might suggest fixing the symbols in the iOS app to clarify when the audio is muted and when it is not, as it is right now the symbols in iOS are inconsistent with the symbols on all of the other platforms I’ve tried (iOS web client, desktop client, desktop web client).
Also, is there any way to keep the screen from turning off so quickly while watching a stream? It is almost as if the app itself isn’t telling iOS that it is active when a stream is up and running and as a result iOS thinks that the phone is idle, turning off the screen, closing the stream, and locking the device.
Thank you again for the continued support, NCS seems like a great product thus far, it just needs a little bit of refinement on the iOS side.