WebRTC Subscriber

Playing back WebRTC streams

This example demonstrates setting up the WebRTC subscriber player.

Note: Not a live demo, server configuration is just for example. For live working example try the Millicast Publisher and Subscriber example. Or AWS Kinesis Publisher and Subscriber example.

    
  <div>
          <div id="subscriber" class=""></div>
  </div>
  <script type="text/javascript">
  	var player = flowplayer("#subscriber", {
    "clip": {
        "live": true,
        "sources": [
            {
                "appName": "webrtc",
                "src": "myStream",
                "type": "application/webrtc"
            },
            {
                "src": "http://rtc.electroteque.org:1935/webrtc/myStream_360p/playlist.m3u8",
                "type": "application/x-mpegurl"
            }
        ]
    },
    "rtc": {
        "applicationName": "webrtc",
        "debug": true,
        "server": "wowza",
        "serverURL": "rtc.electroteque.org",
        "userData": {
            "param1": "value1"
        }
    },
    "share": false
});

player.on("resume", (e) => {
//selected device has been activated
console.log("Subscribe Start ");
}).on("finish", (e) => {
console.log("Subscribe Stop ");
}).on("sendmessage", (e, api, message) => {
console.log("Signal Server Send Message: ", message);
}).on("gotmessage", (e, api, message) => {
console.log("Signal Server Receive Message: ", message);
}).on("offer", (e, api, offer) => {
console.log("WebRTC Offer ", offer.sdp);
}).on("answer", (e, api, answer) => {
console.log("WebRTC Answer ", answer.sdp);
}).on("resize", (e, api, size) => {
console.log("Receiving Video Size ", size);
}).on("data", (e, api, data) => {
console.log("GOT DATA: ", data);
});
  </script>