Intelligent Social Community Engagement at Scale

Video SDK provides a highly scalable API you can scale up to huge audiences on the fly and engage people across the globe.

Intelligent Social Community Engagement at Scale

Features

Everthing you need to build custom and branded Intelligent Social Community Engagement at Scale at any scale

One-to-one video chat
Group video chat
One click live streaming
One click video upload, encode and delivery
Real time messaging

One-to-one video chat

Upload your videos from almost anywhere including web, desktop, mobile, tv etc.

Group video chat

Immersive experience of group video chat with 25+ onscreen and 5,000+ offscreen participants support.

One click live streaming

Low latency streaming live streaming wih millons of viewer support.

One click video upload, encode and delivery

We support 98% percent devices when it came video encoding and streaming.

Real time messaging

Real time messaging is light weight messaging API to send messages with low latency.

Intelligent Social Community Engagement at Scale

Video SDK provides a highly scalable API you can scale up to huge audiences on the fly and engage people across the globe.

Easy integration of Social Media

We provide instant APIs. Focus on building your product, while Video SDK handles your live video.

Libraries:

JavaScriptReactReactNativeFlutterAndroidiOS
1import VideoSDK from "@videosdk.live/js-sdk";
2
3// Configure authentication token
4VideoSDK.config("<Authentication-token>");
5
6// Initilize meeting
7const meeting = VideoSDK.init({
8    sessionId: "<Id-on-session>", // required
9    name: "<Name-of-participant>", // required
10    micEnabled: "<Flag-to-enable-mic>", // optional, default: true
11    webcamEnabled: "<Flag-to-enable-webcam>", // optional, default: true
12    maxResolution: "<maximum-resolution>", // optional, default: "hd"
13});
14      
15      
1import 'package:flutter/material.dart';
2import 'package:videosdk/rtc.dart';
3
4class MyApp extends StatelessWidget {
5@override
6Widget build(BuildContext context) {
7    return SessionBuilder(
8        sessionId: "<Id-on-session>",
9        displayName: "<Name-of-participant>",
10        micEnabled: "<Flag-to-enable-mic>",
11        webcamEnabled: "<Flag-to-enable-webcam>",
12        token: "<Authentication-token>",
13        builder: (Meeting: meeting) {
14            return (...)
15            }
16        );
17    }
18}
19        
1import { SessionProvider, useSession } from "@videosdk.live/react-sdk";
2
3const App = () => (
4    <SessionProvider
5        config={{
6            sessionId: "<Id-on-session>",
7            name: "<Name-of-participant>",
8            micEnabled: "<Flag-to-enable-mic>",
9            webcamEnabled: "<Flag-to-enable-webcam>",
10            maxResolution: "<Maximum-resolution>",
11        }}
12        token={"<Authentication-token>"}
13    >
14        <SessionView>...</SessionView>
15    </SessionProvider>
16);
17      
18      
1import live.videosdk.rtc.android.VideoSDK;
2import live.videosdk.rtc.android.Session;
3
4public class MainActivity extends AppCompatActivity {
5    private Session session;
6    @Override
7    protected void onCreate(Bundle savedInstanceState) {
8        VideoSDK.config(getIntent().getStringExtra("token"));
9        session = VideoSDK.initMeeting(
10                MainActivity.this,
11                getIntent().getStringExtra("sessionId"),
12                "John Doe",
13                true,
14                true
15        );
16    }
17}
18        
19        
1import VideoSDKRTC
2class SessionViewController: UIViewController {
3    private var meeting: Meeting?
4
5    override func viewDidLoad() {
6        super.viewDidLoad()
7
8        // Configure authentication token got earlier
9        VideoSDK.config(token: <Authentication-token>)
10
11        // create a new meeting instance
12        meeting = VideoSDK.init(
13            sessionId: <sessionId>, // required
14            participantName: <participantName>, // required
15            micEnabled: <flag-to-enable-mic>, // optional, default: true
16            webcamEnabled: <flag-to-enalbe-camera> // optional, default: true
17        )
18    }
19}
20        

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