Scandit Data Capture SDK 6.17 Release Notes (April 26th, 2023)
See also the System Requirements of the Scandit Data Capture SDK across all platforms.
Added support for damaged QR and Micro QR finder patterns up to two borders can be missing/damaged.
For ID documents issued by European Union countries data parsed from the Machine Readable Zone (MRZ) is now returned automatically when IdDocumentType.DLVIZ and SupportedSides.FrontAndBack are selected.
Improved support for parsing barcode data of mobile driver’s licenses (mDL) issued by the US state of Colorado.
Added IdCaptureSettings.anonymizationMode, to remove sensitive data from images, result fields or both.
Added a new customizable vibration type WaveFormVibration. Developer will be able to set the timing and the amplitude of the vibration.
Added a callback “IdCaptureListener.didTimeoutInSession” invoked whenever a document is localized, but could not be captured within a period of time.
Fixed an issue that prevented certain color-inverted Aztec codes from decoding.
Fixed a rare crash in the Aztec code reader.
Fixed a failure in the MicroPDF417 error correction when missing rows at the bottom of a code.
Updated the camera behavior to overcome the scanning challenges found on the iPhone 13 Pro (Max) and iPhone 14 Pro (Max) when using the built-in camera for barcode scanning. Our testing showed that barcodes that are less than 2 cm or ~1 inch in size (and usually have such small features) were impacted.
Scandit Data Capture SDK 6.17.1 Bug Fixes (April 28th, 2023)
Improved requirements for expiration date, issue date and document number comparison checks in AamvaVizBarcodeComparisonVerifier.
Fixed an issue with license error being shown when scanning driver licenses in ID Capture without barcode feature.