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AndroidRTC

WebRTC Live Streaming

An Android client for ProjectRTC.

It is designed to demonstrate WebRTC video calls between androids and/or desktop browsers, but WebRtcClient could be used in other scenarios.

How To

You need ProjectRTC up and running, and it must be somewhere that your android can access. (You can quickly test this with your android browser). Modify the host string (in res/values/strings.xml) to the server IP.

When you launch the app, you will be given several options to send a message : "Call someone" Use this menu to send a link of your stream. This link can be opened with a WebRTC-capable browser or by another AndroidRTC. The video call should then start.

Your stream should appear as "android_test" in ProjectRTC, so you can also use the call feature there.

Libraries

libjingle peerconnection

socket.io-client

If you want to use them in your project, I recommend working with IntelliJ IDEA :

  • Start a new android application project
  • Add the .jar and .so in the libs folder
  • Right-click "add as library"

Author

  • Pierre Chabardes

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