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RTC Engine
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RTC Engine

ITRTCCloud

Copyright (c) 2021 Tencent. All rights reserved.

Module: TRTCCloud @ TXLiteAVSDK

Function: TRTC's main feature API

Version: 11.7

ITRTCCloud

ITRTCCloud

FuncList
DESC
Create TRTCCloud instance (singleton mode)
Terminate TRTCCloud instance (singleton mode)
Add TRTC event callback
Remove TRTC event callback
Enter room
Exit room
Switch role
Switch role(support permission credential)
Switch room
Request cross-room call
Exit cross-room call
Set subscription mode (which must be set before room entry for it to take effect)
Create room subinstance (for concurrent multi-room listen/watch)
Terminate room subinstance

Start publishing audio/video streams to Tencent Cloud CSS CDN
Stop publishing audio/video streams to Tencent Cloud CSS CDN
Start publishing audio/video streams to non-Tencent Cloud CDN
Stop publishing audio/video streams to non-Tencent Cloud CDN
Set the layout and transcoding parameters of On-Cloud MixTranscoding
Publish a stream
Modify publishing parameters
Stop publishing
Enable the preview image of local camera (mobile)
Enable the preview image of local camera (desktop)
Update the preview image of local camera
Stop camera preview
Pause/Resume publishing local video stream
Set placeholder image during local video pause
Subscribe to remote user's video stream and bind video rendering control
Update remote user's video rendering control
Stop subscribing to remote user's video stream and release rendering control
Stop subscribing to all remote users' video streams and release all rendering resources
Pause/Resume subscribing to remote user's video stream
Pause/Resume subscribing to all remote users' video streams
Set the encoding parameters of video encoder
Set network quality control parameters
Set the rendering parameters of local video image
Set the rendering mode of remote video image
Enable dual-channel encoding mode with big and small images
Switch the big/small image of specified remote user
Screencapture video
Set the adaptation mode of gravity sensing (version 11.7 and above)
Enable local audio capturing and publishing
Stop local audio capturing and publishing
Pause/Resume publishing local audio stream
Pause/Resume playing back remote audio stream
Pause/Resume playing back all remote users' audio streams
Set the audio playback volume of remote user
Set the capturing volume of local audio
Get the capturing volume of local audio
Set the playback volume of remote audio
Get the playback volume of remote audio
Enable volume reminder
Start audio recording
Stop audio recording
Start local media recording
Stop local media recording
Set the parallel strategy of remote audio streams
Enable 3D spatial effect
Update self position and orientation for 3D spatial effect
Update the specified remote user's position for 3D spatial effect
Set the maximum 3D spatial attenuation range for userId's audio stream
Get device management class (TXDeviceManager)
Set special effects such as beauty, brightening, and rosy skin filters
Add watermark
Get sound effect management class (TXAudioEffectManager)
Enable system audio capturing(iOS not supported)
Stop system audio capturing(iOS not supported)
Set the volume of system audio capturing
Start screen sharing
Stop screen sharing
Pause screen sharing
Resume screen sharing
Enumerate shareable screens and windows (for desktop systems only)
Select the screen or window to share (for desktop systems only)
Set the video encoding parameters of screen sharing (i.e., substream) (for desktop and mobile systems)
Set the audio mixing volume of screen sharing (for desktop systems only)
Add specified windows to the exclusion list of screen sharing (for desktop systems only)
Remove specified windows from the exclusion list of screen sharing (for desktop systems only)
Remove all windows from the exclusion list of screen sharing (for desktop systems only)
Add specified windows to the inclusion list of screen sharing (for desktop systems only)
Remove specified windows from the inclusion list of screen sharing (for desktop systems only)
Remove all windows from the inclusion list of screen sharing (for desktop systems only)
Enable/Disable custom video capturing mode
Deliver captured video frames to SDK
Enable custom audio capturing mode
Deliver captured audio data to SDK
Enable/Disable custom audio track
Mix custom audio track into SDK
Set the publish volume and playback volume of mixed custom audio track
Generate custom capturing timestamp
.1 Enable third-party beauty filters in video
.2 Set video data callback for third-party beauty filters
Set the callback of custom rendering for local video
Set the callback of custom rendering for remote video
Set custom audio data callback
Set the callback format of audio frames captured by local mic
Set the callback format of preprocessed local audio frames
Set the callback format of audio frames to be played back by system
Enabling custom audio playback
Getting playable audio data
Use UDP channel to send custom message to all users in room
Use SEI channel to send custom message to all users in room
Start network speed test (used before room entry)
Stop network speed test
Get SDK version information
Set log output level
Enable/Disable console log printing
Enable/Disable local log compression
Set local log storage path
Set log callback
Display dashboard
Call experimental APIs
Enable or disable private encryption of media streams

getTRTCShareInstance

getTRTCShareInstance
ITRTCCloud* getTRTCShareInstance
(void *context)

Create TRTCCloud instance (singleton mode)

Param
DESC
context
It is only applicable to the Android platform. The SDK internally converts it into the ApplicationContext of Android to call the Android system API.
Note
1. If you use delete ITRTCCloud* , a compilation error will occur. Please use destroyTRTCCloud to release the object pointer.
2. On Windows, macOS, or iOS, please call the getTRTCShareInstance() API.
3. On Android, please call the getTRTCShareInstance(void *context) API.

destroyTRTCShareInstance

destroyTRTCShareInstance

Terminate TRTCCloud instance (singleton mode)

addCallback

addCallback
void addCallback
(ITRTCCloudCallback* callback)

Add TRTC event callback

You can use ITRTCCloudCallback to get various event notifications from the SDK, such as error codes, warning codes, and audio/video status parameters.

removeCallback

removeCallback
void removeCallback
(ITRTCCloudCallback* callback)

Remove TRTC event callback

enterRoom

enterRoom
void enterRoom
(const TRTCParams& param

TRTCAppScene scene)

Enter room

All TRTC users need to enter a room before they can "publish" or "subscribe to" audio/video streams. "Publishing" refers to pushing their own streams to the cloud, and "subscribing to" refers to pulling the streams of other users in the room from the cloud.

When calling this API, you need to specify your application scenario (TRTCAppScene) to get the best audio/video transfer experience. We provide the following four scenarios for your choice:
Video call scenario. Use cases: [one-to-one video call], [video conferencing with up to 300 participants], [online medical diagnosis], [small class], [video interview], etc.
In this scenario, each room supports up to 300 concurrent online users, and up to 50 of them can speak simultaneously.
Audio call scenario. Use cases: [one-to-one audio call], [audio conferencing with up to 300 participants], [audio chat], [online Werewolf], etc.
In this scenario, each room supports up to 300 concurrent online users, and up to 50 of them can speak simultaneously.
Live streaming scenario. Use cases: [low-latency video live streaming], [interactive classroom for up to 100,000 participants], [live video competition], [video dating room], [remote training], [large-scale conferencing], etc.
In this scenario, each room supports up to 100,000 concurrent online users, but you should specify the user roles: anchor (TRTCRoleAnchor) or audience (TRTCRoleAudience).
Audio chat room scenario. Use cases: [Clubhouse], [online karaoke room], [music live room], [FM radio], etc.
In this scenario, each room supports up to 100,000 concurrent online users, but you should specify the user roles: anchor (TRTCRoleAnchor) or audience (TRTCRoleAudience).

After calling this API, you will receive the onEnterRoom(result) callback from ITRTCCloudCallback:
If room entry succeeded, the result parameter will be a positive number ( result > 0), indicating the time in milliseconds (ms) between function call and room entry.
If room entry failed, the result parameter will be a negative number ( result < 0), indicating the TXLiteAVError for room entry failure.
Param
DESC
param
Room entry parameter, which is used to specify the user's identity, role, authentication credentials, and other information. For more information, please see TRTCParams.
scene
Application scenario, which is used to specify the use case. The same TRTCAppScene should be configured for all users in the same room.
Note
1. If scene is specified as TRTCAppSceneLIVE or TRTCAppSceneVoiceChatRoom, you must use the role field in TRTCParams to specify the role of the current user in the room.
2. The same scene should be configured for all users in the same room.
3. Please try to ensure that enterRoom and exitRoom are used in pair; that is, please make sure that "the previous room is exited before the next room is entered"; otherwise, many issues may occur.

exitRoom

exitRoom

Exit room

Calling this API will allow the user to leave the current audio or video room and release the camera, mic, speaker, and other device resources.
After resources are released, the SDK will use the onExitRoom() callback in ITRTCCloudCallback to notify you.

If you need to call enterRoom again or switch to the SDK of another provider, we recommend you wait until you receive the onExitRoom() callback, so as to avoid the problem of the camera or mic being occupied.

switchRole

switchRole
void switchRole
(TRTCRoleType role)

Switch role

This API is used to switch the user role between anchor and audience .

As video live rooms and audio chat rooms need to support an audience of up to 100,000 concurrent online users, the rule "only anchors can publish their audio/video streams" has been set. Therefore, when some users want to publish their streams (so that they can interact with anchors), they need to switch their role to "anchor" first.

You can use the role field in TRTCParams during room entry to specify the user role in advance or use the switchRole API to switch roles after room entry.
Param
DESC
role
Role, which is anchor by default:
TRTCRoleAnchor: anchor, who can publish their audio/video streams. Up to 50 anchors are allowed to publish streams at the same time in one room.
TRTCRoleAudience: audience, who cannot publish their audio/video streams, but can only watch streams of anchors in the room. If they want to publish their streams, they need to switch to the "anchor" role first through switchRole. One room supports an audience of up to 100,000 concurrent online users.
Note
1. This API is only applicable to two scenarios: live streaming (TRTCAppSceneLIVE) and audio chat room (TRTCAppSceneVoiceChatRoom).
2. If the scene you specify in enterRoom is TRTCAppSceneVideoCall or TRTCAppSceneAudioCall, please do not call this API.

switchRole

switchRole
void switchRole
(TRTCRoleType role

const char* privateMapKey)

Switch role(support permission credential)

This API is used to switch the user role between anchor and audience .

As video live rooms and audio chat rooms need to support an audience of up to 100,000 concurrent online users, the rule "only anchors can publish their audio/video streams" has been set. Therefore, when some users want to publish their streams (so that they can interact with anchors), they need to switch their role to "anchor" first.

You can use the role field in TRTCParams during room entry to specify the user role in advance or use the switchRole API to switch roles after room entry.
Param
DESC
privateMapKey
Permission credential used for permission control. If you want only users with the specified userId values to enter a room or push streams, you need to use privateMapKey to restrict the permission.
We recommend you use this parameter only if you have high security requirements. For more information, please see Enabling Advanced Permission Control.
role
Role, which is anchor by default:
TRTCRoleAnchor: anchor, who can publish their audio/video streams. Up to 50 anchors are allowed to publish streams at the same time in one room.
TRTCRoleAudience: audience, who cannot publish their audio/video streams, but can only watch streams of anchors in the room. If they want to publish their streams, they need to switch to the "anchor" role first through switchRole. One room supports an audience of up to 100,000 concurrent online users.
Note
1. This API is only applicable to two scenarios: live streaming (TRTCAppSceneLIVE) and audio chat room (TRTCAppSceneVoiceChatRoom).
2. If the scene you specify in enterRoom is TRTCAppSceneVideoCall or TRTCAppSceneAudioCall, please do not call this API.

switchRoom

switchRoom
void switchRoom
(const TRTCSwitchRoomConfig& config)

Switch room

This API is used to quickly switch a user from one room to another.
If the user's role is audience , calling this API is equivalent to exitRoom (current room) + enterRoom (new room).
If the user's role is anchor , the API will retain the current audio/video publishing status while switching the room; therefore, during the room switch, camera preview and sound capturing will not be interrupted.

This API is suitable for the online education scenario where the supervising teacher can perform fast room switch across multiple rooms. In this scenario, using switchRoom can get better smoothness and use less code than exitRoom + enterRoom .
The API call result will be called back through onSwitchRoom(errCode, errMsg) in ITRTCCloudCallback.
Param
DESC
config
Room parameter. For more information, please see TRTCSwitchRoomConfig.
Note
Due to the requirement for compatibility with legacy versions of the SDK, the config parameter contains both roomId and strRoomId parameters. You should pay special attention as detailed below when specifying these two parameters:
1. If you decide to use strRoomId , then set roomId to 0. If both are specified, roomId will be used.
2. All rooms need to use either strRoomId or roomId at the same time. They cannot be mixed; otherwise, there will be many unexpected bugs.

connectOtherRoom

connectOtherRoom
void connectOtherRoom
(const char* param)

Request cross-room call

By default, only users in the same room can make audio/video calls with each other, and the audio/video streams in different rooms are isolated from each other.
However, you can publish the audio/video streams of an anchor in another room to the current room by calling this API. At the same time, this API will also publish the local audio/video streams to the target anchor's room.

In other words, you can use this API to share the audio/video streams of two anchors in two different rooms, so that the audience in each room can watch the streams of these two anchors. This feature can be used to implement anchor competition.

The result of requesting cross-room call will be returned through the onConnectOtherRoom callback in TRTCCloudDelegate.

For example, after anchor A in room "101" uses connectOtherRoom() to successfully call anchor B in room "102":
All users in room "101" will receive the onRemoteUserEnterRoom(B) and onUserVideoAvailable(B,true) event callbacks of anchor B; that is, all users in room "101" can subscribe to the audio/video streams of anchor B.
All users in room "102" will receive the onRemoteUserEnterRoom(A) and onUserVideoAvailable(A,true) event callbacks of anchor A; that is, all users in room "102" can subscribe to the audio/video streams of anchor A.



For compatibility with subsequent extended fields for cross-room call, parameters in JSON format are used currently.

Case 1: numeric room ID
If anchor A in room "101" wants to co-anchor with anchor B in room "102", then anchor A needs to pass in {"roomId": 102, "userId": "userB"} when calling this API.
Below is the sample code:
Json::Value jsonObj;
jsonObj["roomId"] = 102;
jsonObj["userId"] = "userB";
Json::FastWriter writer;
std::string params = writer.write(jsonObj);
trtc.ConnectOtherRoom(params.c_str());

Case 2: string room ID
If you use a string room ID, please be sure to replace the roomId in JSON with strRoomId , such as {"strRoomId": "102", "userId": "userB"}
Below is the sample code:
Json::Value jsonObj;
jsonObj["strRoomId"] = "102";
jsonObj["userId"] = "userB";
Json::FastWriter writer;
std::string params = writer.write(jsonObj);
trtc.ConnectOtherRoom(params.c_str());
Param
DESC
param
You need to pass in a string parameter in JSON format: roomId represents the room ID in numeric format, strRoomId represents the room ID in string format, and userId represents the user ID of the target anchor.

disconnectOtherRoom

disconnectOtherRoom

Exit cross-room call

The result will be returned through the onDisconnectOtherRoom() callback in TRTCCloudDelegate.

setDefaultStreamRecvMode

setDefaultStreamRecvMode
void setDefaultStreamRecvMode
(bool autoRecvAudio

bool autoRecvVideo)

Set subscription mode (which must be set before room entry for it to take effect)

You can switch between the "automatic subscription" and "manual subscription" modes through this API:
Automatic subscription: this is the default mode, where the user will immediately receive the audio/video streams in the room after room entry, so that the audio will be automatically played back, and the video will be automatically decoded (you still need to bind the rendering control through the startRemoteView API).
Manual subscription: after room entry, the user needs to manually call the startRemoteView API to start subscribing to and decoding the video stream and call the muteRemoteAudio (false) API to start playing back the audio stream.

In most scenarios, users will subscribe to the audio/video streams of all anchors in the room after room entry. Therefore, TRTC adopts the automatic subscription mode by default in order to achieve the best "instant streaming experience".
In your application scenario, if there are many audio/video streams being published at the same time in each room, and each user only wants to subscribe to 1–2 streams of them, we recommend you use the "manual subscription" mode to reduce the traffic costs.
Param
DESC
autoRecvAudio
true: automatic subscription to audio; false: manual subscription to audio by calling muteRemoteAudio(false) . Default value: true
autoRecvVideo
true: automatic subscription to video; false: manual subscription to video by calling startRemoteView . Default value: true
Note
1. The configuration takes effect only if this API is called before room entry (enterRoom).
2. In the automatic subscription mode, if the user does not call startRemoteView to subscribe to the video stream after room entry, the SDK will automatically stop subscribing to the video stream in order to reduce the traffic consumption.

createSubCloud

createSubCloud

Create room subinstance (for concurrent multi-room listen/watch)

TRTCCloud was originally designed to work in the singleton mode, which limited the ability to watch concurrently in multiple rooms.
By calling this API, you can create multiple TRTCCloud instances, so that you can enter multiple different rooms at the same time to listen/watch audio/video streams.

However, it should be noted that your ability to publish audio and video streams in multiple TRTCCloud instances will be limited.

This feature is mainly used in the "super small class" use case in the online education scenario to break the limit that "only up to 50 users can publish their audio/video streams simultaneously in one TRTC room".

Below is the sample code:
//In the small room that needs interaction, enter the room as an anchor and push audio and video streams
ITRTCCloud *mainCloud = getTRTCShareInstance();
TRTCParams mainParams;
//Fill your params
mainParams.role = TRTCRoleAnchor;
mainCloud->enterRoom(mainParams, TRTCAppSceneLIVE);
//...
mainCloud->startLocalAudio(TRTCAudioQualityDefault);
mainCloud->startLocalPreview(renderView);
//In the large room that only needs to watch, enter the room as an audience and pull audio and video streams
ITRTCCloud *subCloud = mainCloud->createSubCloud();
TRTCParams subParams;
//Fill your params
subParams.role = TRTCRoleAudience;
subCloud->enterRoom(subParams, TRTCAppSceneLIVE);
//...
subCloud->startRemoteView(userId, TRTCVideoStreamTypeBig, renderView);
//...
//Exit from new room and release it.
subCloud->exitRoom();
mainCloud->destroySubCloud(subCloud);
Note
The same user can enter multiple rooms with different roomId values by using the same userId .
Two devices cannot use the same userId to enter the same room with a specified roomId .
You can set ITRTCCloudCallback separately for different instances to get their own event notifications.
The same user can push streams in multiple TRTCCloud instances at the same time, and can also call APIs related to local audio/video in the sub instance. But need to pay attention to:
Audio needs to be collected by the microphone or custom data at the same time in all instances, and the result of API calls related to the audio device will be based on the last time;
The result of camera-related API call will be based on the last time: startLocalPreview.

Return Desc:

TRTCCloud subinstance

destroySubCloud

destroySubCloud
void destroySubCloud
(ITRTCCloud *subCloud)

Terminate room subinstance

Param
DESC
subCloud


startPublishing

startPublishing
void startPublishing
(const char* streamId

TRTCVideoStreamType streamType)

Start publishing audio/video streams to Tencent Cloud CSS CDN

This API sends a command to the TRTC server, requesting it to relay the current user's audio/video streams to CSS CDN.
You can set the StreamId of the live stream through the streamId parameter, so as to specify the playback address of the user's audio/video streams on CSS CDN.

For example, if you specify the current user's live stream ID as user_stream_001 through this API, then the corresponding CDN playback address is:
"http://yourdomain/live/user_stream_001.flv", where yourdomain is your playback domain name with an ICP filing.

You can configure your playback domain name in the CSS console. Tencent Cloud does not provide a default playback domain name.


You can also specify the streamId when setting the TRTCParams parameter of enterRoom , which is the recommended approach.
Param
DESC
streamId
Custom stream ID.
streamType
Only TRTCVideoStreamTypeBig and TRTCVideoStreamTypeSub are supported.
Note
You need to enable the "Enable Relayed Push" option on the "Function Configuration" page in the TRTC console in advance.
If you select "Specified stream for relayed push", you can use this API to push the corresponding audio/video stream to Tencent Cloud CDN and specify the entered stream ID.
If you select "Global auto-relayed push", you can use this API to adjust the default stream ID.

stopPublishing

stopPublishing

Stop publishing audio/video streams to Tencent Cloud CSS CDN

startPublishCDNStream

startPublishCDNStream
void startPublishCDNStream
(const TRTCPublishCDNParam& param)

Start publishing audio/video streams to non-Tencent Cloud CDN

This API is similar to the startPublishing API. The difference is that startPublishing can only publish audio/video streams to Tencent Cloud CDN, while this API can relay streams to live streaming CDN services of other cloud providers.
Param
DESC
param
CDN relaying parameter. For more information, please see TRTCPublishCDNParam
Note
Using the startPublishing API to publish audio/video streams to Tencent Cloud CSS CDN does not incur additional fees.
Using the startPublishCDNStream API to publish audio/video streams to non-Tencent Cloud CDN incurs additional relaying bandwidth fees.

stopPublishCDNStream

stopPublishCDNStream

Stop publishing audio/video streams to non-Tencent Cloud CDN

setMixTranscodingConfig

setMixTranscodingConfig
void setMixTranscodingConfig
(TRTCTranscodingConfig* config)

Set the layout and transcoding parameters of On-Cloud MixTranscoding

In a live room, there may be multiple anchors publishing their audio/video streams at the same time, but for audience on CSS CDN, they only need to watch one video stream in HTTP-FLV or HLS format.
When you call this API, the SDK will send a command to the TRTC mixtranscoding server to combine multiple audio/video streams in the room into one stream.
You can use the TRTCTranscodingConfig parameter to set the layout of each channel of image. You can also set the encoding parameters of the mixed audio/video streams.

For more information, please see On-Cloud MixTranscoding.


Param
DESC
config
If config is not empty, On-Cloud MixTranscoding will be started; otherwise, it will be stopped. For more information, please see TRTCTranscodingConfig.
Note
Notes on On-Cloud MixTranscoding:
Mixed-stream transcoding is a chargeable function, calling the interface will incur cloud-based mixed-stream transcoding fees, see Billing of On-Cloud MixTranscoding.
If the user calling this API does not set streamId in the config parameter, TRTC will mix the multiple channels of images in the room into the audio/video streams corresponding to the current user, i.e., A + B => A.
If the user calling this API sets streamId in the config parameter, TRTC will mix the multiple channels of images in the room into the specified streamId , i.e., A + B => streamId.
Please note that if you are still in the room but do not need mixtranscoding anymore, be sure to call this API again and leave config empty to cancel it; otherwise, additional fees may be incurred.
Please rest assured that TRTC will automatically cancel the mixtranscoding status upon room exit.

startPublishMediaStream

startPublishMediaStream
void startPublishMediaStream
(TRTCPublishTarget * target

TRTCStreamEncoderParam * params

TRTCStreamMixingConfig * config)

Publish a stream

After this API is called, the TRTC server will relay the stream of the local user to a CDN (after transcoding or without transcoding), or transcode and publish the stream to a TRTC room.
You can use the TRTCPublishMode parameter in TRTCPublishTarget to specify the publishing mode.
Param
DESC
config
The On-Cloud MixTranscoding settings. This parameter is invalid in the relay-to-CDN mode. It is required if you transcode and publish the stream to a CDN or to a TRTC room. For details, see TRTCStreamMixingConfig.
params
The encoding settings. This parameter is required if you transcode and publish the stream to a CDN or to a TRTC room. If you relay to a CDN without transcoding, to improve the relaying stability and playback compatibility, we also recommend you set this parameter. For details, see TRTCStreamEncoderParam.
target
The publishing destination. You can relay the stream to a CDN (after transcoding or without transcoding) or transcode and publish the stream to a TRTC room. For details, see TRTCPublishTarget.
Note
1. The SDK will send a task ID to you via the onStartPublishMediaStream callback.
2. You can start a publishing task only once and cannot initiate two tasks that use the same publishing mode and publishing cdn url. Note the task ID returned, which you need to pass to updatePublishMediaStream to modify the publishing parameters or stopPublishMediaStream to stop the task.
3. You can specify up to 10 CDN URLs in target . You will be charged only once for transcoding even if you relay to multiple CDNs.
4. To avoid causing errors, do not specify the same URLs for different publishing tasks executed at the same time. We recommend you add "sdkappid_roomid_userid_main" to URLs to distinguish them from one another and avoid application conflicts.

updatePublishMediaStream

updatePublishMediaStream
void updatePublishMediaStream
(const char* taskId

TRTCPublishTarget * target

TRTCStreamEncoderParam * params

TRTCStreamMixingConfig * config)

Modify publishing parameters

You can use this API to change the parameters of a publishing task initiated by startPublishMediaStream.
Param
DESC
config
The On-Cloud MixTranscoding settings. This parameter is invalid in the relay-to-CDN mode. It is required if you transcode and publish the stream to a CDN or to a TRTC room. For details, see TRTCStreamMixingConfig.
params
The encoding settings. This parameter is required if you transcode and publish the stream to a CDN or to a TRTC room. If you relay to a CDN without transcoding, to improve the relaying stability and playback compatibility, we recommend you set this parameter. For details, see TRTCStreamEncoderParam.
target
The publishing destination. You can relay the stream to a CDN (after transcoding or without transcoding) or transcode and publish the stream to a TRTC room. For details, see TRTCPublishTarget.
taskId
The task ID returned to you via the onStartPublishMediaStream callback.
Note
1. You can use this API to add or remove CDN URLs to publish to (you can publish to up to 10 CDNs at a time). To avoid causing errors, do not specify the same URLs for different tasks executed at the same time.
2. You can use this API to switch a relaying task to transcoding or vice versa. For example, in cross-room communication, you can first call startPublishMediaStream to relay to a CDN. When the anchor requests cross-room communication, call this API, passing in the task ID to switch the relaying task to a transcoding task. This can ensure that the live stream and CDN playback are not interrupted (you need to keep the encoding parameters consistent).
3. You can not switch output between "only audio" 、 "only video" and "audio and video" for the same task.

stopPublishMediaStream

stopPublishMediaStream
void stopPublishMediaStream
(const char* taskId)

Stop publishing

You can use this API to stop a task initiated by startPublishMediaStream.
Param
DESC
taskId
The task ID returned to you via the onStartPublishMediaStream callback.
Note
1. If the task ID is not saved to your backend, you can call startPublishMediaStream again when an anchor re-enters the room after abnormal exit. The publishing will fail, but the TRTC backend will return the task ID to you.
2. If taskId is left empty, the TRTC backend will end all tasks you started through startPublishMediaStream. You can leave it empty if you have started only one task or want to stop all publishing tasks started by you.

startLocalPreview

startLocalPreview
void startLocalPreview
(bool frontCamera

TXView view)

Enable the preview image of local camera (mobile)

If this API is called before enterRoom , the SDK will only enable the camera and wait until enterRoom is called before starting push.
If it is called after enterRoom , the SDK will enable the camera and automatically start pushing the video stream.
When the first camera video frame starts to be rendered, you will receive the onCameraDidReady callback in ITRTCCloudCallback.
Param
DESC
frontCamera
true: front camera; false: rear camera
view
Control that carries the video image
Note
If you want to preview the camera image and adjust the beauty filter parameters through BeautyManager before going live, you can:
Scheme 1. Call startLocalPreview before calling enterRoom
Scheme 2. Call startLocalPreview and muteLocalVideo(true) after calling enterRoom

startLocalPreview

startLocalPreview
void startLocalPreview
(TXView view)

Enable the preview image of local camera (desktop)

Before this API is called, setCurrentCameraDevice can be called first to select whether to use the macOS device's built-in camera or an external camera.
If this API is called before enterRoom , the SDK will only enable the camera and wait until enterRoom is called before starting push.
If it is called after enterRoom , the SDK will enable the camera and automatically start pushing the video stream.
When the first camera video frame starts to be rendered, you will receive the onCameraDidReady callback in ITRTCCloudCallback.
Param
DESC
view
Control that carries the video image
Note
If you want to preview the camera image and adjust the beauty filter parameters through BeautyManager before going live, you can:
Scheme 1. Call startLocalPreview before calling enterRoom
Scheme 2. Call startLocalPreview and muteLocalVideo(true) after calling enterRoom

updateLocalView

updateLocalView
void updateLocalView
(TXView view)

Update the preview image of local camera

stopLocalPreview

stopLocalPreview

Stop camera preview

muteLocalVideo

muteLocalVideo
void muteLocalVideo
(TRTCVideoStreamType streamType

bool mute)

Pause/Resume publishing local video stream

This API can pause (or resume) publishing the local video image. After the pause, other users in the same room will not be able to see the local image.
This API is equivalent to the two APIs of startLocalPreview/stopLocalPreview when TRTCVideoStreamTypeBig is specified, but has higher performance and response speed.
The startLocalPreview/stopLocalPreview APIs need to enable/disable the camera, which are hardware device-related operations, so they are very time-consuming.
In contrast, muteLocalVideo only needs to pause or allow the data stream at the software level, so it is more efficient and more suitable for scenarios where frequent enabling/disabling are needed.

After local video publishing is paused, other members in the same room will receive the onUserVideoAvailable(userId, false) callback notification.
After local video publishing is resumed, other members in the same room will receive the onUserVideoAvailable(userId, true) callback notification.
Param
DESC
mute
true: pause; false: resume
streamType
Specify for which video stream to pause (or resume). Only TRTCVideoStreamTypeBig and TRTCVideoStreamTypeSub are supported

setVideoMuteImage

setVideoMuteImage
void setVideoMuteImage
(TRTCImageBuffer* image

int fps)

Set placeholder image during local video pause

When you call muteLocalVideo(true) to pause the local video image, you can set a placeholder image by calling this API. Then, other users in the room will see this image instead of a black screen.
Param
DESC
fps
Frame rate of the placeholder image. Minimum value: 5. Maximum value: 10. Default value: 5
image
Placeholder image. A null value means that no more video stream data will be sent after muteLocalVideo . The default value is null.

startRemoteView

startRemoteView
void startRemoteView
(const char* userId

TRTCVideoStreamType streamType

TXView view)

Subscribe to remote user's video stream and bind video rendering control

Calling this API allows the SDK to pull the video stream of the specified userId and render it to the rendering control specified by the view parameter. You can set the display mode of the video image through setRemoteRenderParams.
If you already know the userId of a user who has a video stream in the room, you can directly call startRemoteView to subscribe to the user's video image.
If you don't know which users in the room are publishing video streams, you can wait for the notification from onUserVideoAvailable after enterRoom .

Calling this API only starts pulling the video stream, and the image needs to be loaded and buffered at this time. After the buffering is completed, you will receive a notification from onFirstVideoFrame.
Param
DESC
streamType
Video stream type of the userId specified for watching:
HD big image: TRTCVideoStreamTypeBig
Smooth small image: TRTCVideoStreamTypeSmall (the remote user should enable dual-channel encoding through enableSmallVideoStream for this parameter to take effect)
Substream image (usually used for screen sharing): TRTCVideoStreamTypeSub
userId
ID of the specified remote user
view
Rendering control that carries the video image
Note
The following requires your attention:
1. The SDK supports watching the big image and substream image or small image and substream image of a userId at the same time, but does not support watching the big image and small image at the same time.
2. Only when the specified userId enables dual-channel encoding through enableSmallVideoStream can the user's small image be viewed.
3. If the small image of the specified userId does not exist, the SDK will switch to the big image of the user by default.

updateRemoteView

updateRemoteView
void updateRemoteView
(const char* userId

TRTCVideoStreamType streamType

TXView view)

Update remote user's video rendering control

This API can be used to update the rendering control of the remote video image. It is often used in interactive scenarios where the display area needs to be switched.
Param
DESC
streamType
Type of the stream for which to set the preview window (only TRTCVideoStreamTypeBig and TRTCVideoStreamTypeSub are supported)
userId
ID of the specified remote user
view
Control that carries the video image

stopRemoteView

stopRemoteView
void stopRemoteView
(const char* userId

TRTCVideoStreamType streamType)

Stop subscribing to remote user's video stream and release rendering control

Calling this API will cause the SDK to stop receiving the user's video stream and release the decoding and rendering resources for the stream.
Param
DESC
streamType
Video stream type of the userId specified for watching:
HD big image: TRTCVideoStreamTypeBig
Smooth small image: TRTCVideoStreamTypeSmall
Substream image (usually used for screen sharing): TRTCVideoStreamTypeSub
userId
ID of the specified remote user

stopAllRemoteView

stopAllRemoteView

Stop subscribing to all remote users' video streams and release all rendering resources

Calling this API will cause the SDK to stop receiving all remote video streams and release all decoding and rendering resources.
Note
If a substream image (screen sharing) is being displayed, it will also be stopped.

muteRemoteVideoStream

muteRemoteVideoStream
void muteRemoteVideoStream
(const char* userId

TRTCVideoStreamType streamType

bool mute)

Pause/Resume subscribing to remote user's video stream

This API only pauses/resumes receiving the specified user's video stream but does not release displaying resources; therefore, the video image will freeze at the last frame before it is called.
Param
DESC
mute
Whether to pause receiving
streamType
Specify for which video stream to pause (or resume):
HD big image: TRTCVideoStreamTypeBig
Smooth small image: TRTCVideoStreamTypeSmall
Substream image (usually used for screen sharing): TRTCVideoStreamTypeSub
userId
ID of the specified remote user
Note
This API can be called before room entry (enterRoom), and the pause status will be reset after room exit (exitRoom).
After calling this API to pause receiving the video stream from a specific user, simply calling the startRemoteView API will not be able to play the video from that user. You need to call muteRemoteVideoStream(false) or muteAllRemoteVideoStreams(false) to resume it.

muteAllRemoteVideoStreams

muteAllRemoteVideoStreams
void muteAllRemoteVideoStreams
(bool mute)

Pause/Resume subscribing to all remote users' video streams

This API only pauses/resumes receiving all users' video streams but does not release displaying resources; therefore, the video image will freeze at the last frame before it is called.
Param
DESC
mute
Whether to pause receiving
Note
This API can be called before room entry (enterRoom), and the pause status will be reset after room exit (exitRoom).
After calling this interface to pause receiving video streams from all users, simply calling the startRemoteView interface will not be able to play the video from a specific user. You need to call muteRemoteVideoStream(false) or muteAllRemoteVideoStreams(false) to resume it.

setVideoEncoderParam

setVideoEncoderParam
void setVideoEncoderParam
(const TRTCVideoEncParam& param)

Set the encoding parameters of video encoder

This setting can determine the quality of image viewed by remote users, which is also the image quality of on-cloud recording files.
Param
DESC
param
It is used to set relevant parameters for the video encoder. For more information, please see TRTCVideoEncParam.
Note
Begin from v11.5 version, the encoding output resolution will be aligned according to width 8 and height 2 bytes, and will be adjusted downward, eg: input resolution 540x960, actual encoding output resolution 536x960.

setNetworkQosParam

setNetworkQosParam
void setNetworkQosParam
(const TRTCNetworkQosParam& param)

Set network quality control parameters

This setting determines the quality control policy in a poor network environment, such as "image quality preferred" or "smoothness preferred".
Param
DESC
param
It is used to set relevant parameters for network quality control. For details, please refer to TRTCNetworkQosParam.

setLocalRenderParams

setLocalRenderParams
void setLocalRenderParams
(const TRTCRenderParams &params)

Set the rendering parameters of local video image

The parameters that can be set include video image rotation angle, fill mode, and mirror mode.
Param
DESC
params
Video image rendering parameters. For more information, please see TRTCRenderParams.

setRemoteRenderParams

setRemoteRenderParams
void setRemoteRenderParams
(const char* userId

TRTCVideoStreamType streamType

const TRTCRenderParams &params)

Set the rendering mode of remote video image

The parameters that can be set include video image rotation angle, fill mode, and mirror mode.
Param
DESC
params
Video image rendering parameters. For more information, please see TRTCRenderParams.
streamType
It can be set to the primary stream image (TRTCVideoStreamTypeBig) or substream image (TRTCVideoStreamTypeSub).
userId
ID of the specified remote user

enableSmallVideoStream

enableSmallVideoStream
void enableSmallVideoStream
(bool enable

const TRTCVideoEncParam& smallVideoEncParam)

Enable dual-channel encoding mode with big and small images

In this mode, the current user's encoder will output two channels of video streams, i.e., HD big image and Smooth small image, at the same time (only one channel of audio stream will be output though).
In this way, other users in the room can choose to subscribe to the HD big image or Smooth small image according to their own network conditions or screen size.
Param
DESC
enable
Whether to enable small image encoding. Default value: false
smallVideoEncParam
Video parameters of small image stream
Note
Dual-channel encoding will consume more CPU resources and network bandwidth; therefore, this feature can be enabled on macOS, Windows, or high-spec tablets, but is not recommended for phones.

Return Desc:

0: success; -1: the current big image has been set to a lower quality, and it is not necessary to enable dual-channel encoding

setRemoteVideoStreamType

setRemoteVideoStreamType
void setRemoteVideoStreamType
(const char* userId

TRTCVideoStreamType streamType)

Switch the big/small image of specified remote user

After an anchor in a room enables dual-channel encoding, the video image that other users in the room subscribe to through startRemoteView will be HD big image by default.
You can use this API to select whether the image subscribed to is the big image or small image. The API can take effect before or after startRemoteView is called.
Param
DESC
streamType
Video stream type, i.e., big image or small image. Default value: big image
userId
ID of the specified remote user
Note
To implement this feature, the target user must have enabled the dual-channel encoding mode through enableSmallVideoStream; otherwise, this API will not work.

snapshotVideo

snapshotVideo
void snapshotVideo
(const char* userId

TRTCVideoStreamType streamType

TRTCSnapshotSourceType sourceType)

Screencapture video

You can use this API to screencapture the local video image or the primary stream image and substream (screen sharing) image of a remote user.
Param
DESC
sourceType
Video image source, which can be the video stream image (TRTCSnapshotSourceTypeStream, generally in higher definition) or the video rendering image (TRTCSnapshotSourceTypeView)
streamType
Video stream type, which can be the primary stream image (TRTCVideoStreamTypeBig, generally for camera) or substream image (TRTCVideoStreamTypeSub, generally for screen sharing)
userId
User ID. A null value indicates to screencapture the local video.
Note
On Windows, only video image from the TRTCSnapshotSourceTypeStream source can be screencaptured currently.

setGravitySensorAdaptiveMode

setGravitySensorAdaptiveMode
void setGravitySensorAdaptiveMode

Set the adaptation mode of gravity sensing (version 11.7 and above)

After turning on gravity sensing, if the device on the collection end rotates, the images on the collection end and the audience will be rendered accordingly to ensure that the image in the field of view is always facing up.
It only takes effect in the camera capture scene inside the SDK, and only takes effect on the mobile terminal.
1. This interface only works for the collection end. If you only watch the picture in the room, opening this interface is invalid.
2. When the capture device is rotated 90 degrees or 270 degrees, the picture seen by the capture device or the audience may be cropped to maintain proportional coordination.

startLocalAudio

startLocalAudio
void startLocalAudio
(TRTCAudioQuality quality)

Enable local audio capturing and publishing

The SDK does not enable the mic by default. When a user wants to publish the local audio, the user needs to call this API to enable mic capturing and encode and publish the audio to the current room.
After local audio capturing and publishing is enabled, other users in the room will receive the onUserAudioAvailable(userId, true) notification.
Param
DESC
quality
Sound quality
TRTCAudioQualitySpeech - Smooth: sample rate: 16 kHz; mono channel; audio bitrate: 16 Kbps. This is suitable for audio call scenarios, such as online meeting and audio call.
TRTCAudioQualityDefault - Default: sample rate: 48 kHz; mono channel; audio bitrate: 50 Kbps. This is the default sound quality of the SDK and recommended if there are no special requirements.
TRTCAudioQualityMusic - HD: sample rate: 48 kHz; dual channel + full band; audio bitrate: 128 Kbps. This is suitable for scenarios where Hi-Fi music transfer is required, such as online karaoke and music live streaming.
Note
This API will check the mic permission. If the current application does not have permission to use the mic, the SDK will automatically ask the user to grant the mic permission.

stopLocalAudio

stopLocalAudio

Stop local audio capturing and publishing

After local audio capturing and publishing is stopped, other users in the room will receive the onUserAudioAvailable(userId, false) notification.

muteLocalAudio

muteLocalAudio
void muteLocalAudio
(bool mute)

Pause/Resume publishing local audio stream

After local audio publishing is paused, other users in the room will receive the onUserAudioAvailable(userId, false) notification.
After local audio publishing is resumed, other users in the room will receive the onUserAudioAvailable(userId, true) notification.

Different from stopLocalAudio, muteLocalAudio(true) does not release the mic permission; instead, it continues to send mute packets with extremely low bitrate.
This is very suitable for scenarios that require on-cloud recording, as video file formats such as MP4 have a high requirement for audio continuity, while an MP4 recording file cannot be played back smoothly if stopLocalAudio is used.
Therefore, muteLocalAudio instead of stopLocalAudio is recommended in scenarios where the requirement for recording file quality is high.
Param
DESC
mute
true: mute; false: unmute

muteRemoteAudio

muteRemoteAudio
void muteRemoteAudio
(const char* userId

bool mute)

Pause/Resume playing back remote audio stream

When you mute the remote audio of a specified user, the SDK will stop playing back the user's audio and pulling the user's audio data.
Param
DESC
mute
true: mute; false: unmute
userId
ID of the specified remote user
Note
This API works when called either before or after room entry (enterRoom), and the mute status will be reset to false after room exit (exitRoom).

muteAllRemoteAudio

muteAllRemoteAudio
void muteAllRemoteAudio
(bool mute)

Pause/Resume playing back all remote users' audio streams

When you mute the audio of all remote users, the SDK will stop playing back all their audio streams and pulling all their audio data.
Param
DESC
mute
true: mute; false: unmute
Note
This API works when called either before or after room entry (enterRoom), and the mute status will be reset to false after room exit (exitRoom).

setRemoteAudioVolume

setRemoteAudioVolume
void setRemoteAudioVolume
(const char *userId

int volume)

Set the audio playback volume of remote user

You can mute the audio of a remote user through setRemoteAudioVolume(userId, 0) .
Param
DESC
userId
ID of the specified remote user
volume
Volume. 100 is the original volume. Value range: [0,150]. Default value: 100
Note
If 100 is still not loud enough for you, you can set the volume to up to 150, but there may be side effects.

setAudioCaptureVolume

setAudioCaptureVolume
void setAudioCaptureVolume
(int volume)

Set the capturing volume of local audio

Param
DESC
volume
Volume. 100 is the original volume. Value range: [0,150]. Default value: 100
Note
If 100 is still not loud enough for you, you can set the volume to up to 150, but there may be side effects.

getAudioCaptureVolume

getAudioCaptureVolume

Get the capturing volume of local audio

setAudioPlayoutVolume

setAudioPlayoutVolume
void setAudioPlayoutVolume
(int volume)

Set the playback volume of remote audio

This API controls the volume of the sound ultimately delivered by the SDK to the system for playback. It affects the volume of the recorded local audio file but not the volume of in-ear monitoring.
Param
DESC
volume
Volume. 100 is the original volume. Value range: [0,150]. Default value: 100
Note
If 100 is still not loud enough for you, you can set the volume to up to 150, but there may be side effects.

getAudioPlayoutVolume

getAudioPlayoutVolume

Get the playback volume of remote audio

enableAudioVolumeEvaluation

enableAudioVolumeEvaluation
void enableAudioVolumeEvaluation
(bool enable

const TRTCAudioVolumeEvaluateParams& params)

Enable volume reminder

After this feature is enabled, the SDK will return the audio volume assessment information of local user who sends stream and remote users in the onUserVoiceVolume callback of ITRTCCloudCallback.
Param
DESC
enable
Whether to enable the volume prompt. It’s disabled by default.
params
Volume evaluation and other related parameters, please see TRTCAudioVolumeEvaluateParams
Note
To enable this feature, call this API before calling startLocalAudio .

startAudioRecording

startAudioRecording
int startAudioRecording
(const TRTCAudioRecordingParams& param)

Start audio recording

After you call this API, the SDK will selectively record local and remote audio streams (such as local audio, remote audio, background music, and sound effects) into a local file.
This API works when called either before or after room entry. If a recording task has not been stopped through stopAudioRecording before room exit, it will be automatically stopped after room exit.
The startup and completion status of the recording will be notified through local recording-related callbacks. See TRTCCloud related callbacks for reference.
Param
DESC
param
Recording parameter. For more information, please see TRTCAudioRecordingParams
Note
Since version 11.5, the results of audio recording have been changed to be notified through asynchronous callbacks instead of return values. Please refer to the relevant callbacks of TRTCCloud.

Return Desc:

0: success; -1: audio recording has been started; -2: failed to create file or directory; -3: the audio format of the specified file extension is not supported.

stopAudioRecording

stopAudioRecording

Stop audio recording

If a recording task has not been stopped through this API before room exit, it will be automatically stopped after room exit.

startLocalRecording

startLocalRecording
void startLocalRecording
(const TRTCLocalRecordingParams& params)

Start local media recording

This API records the audio/video content during live streaming into a local file.
Param
DESC
params
Recording parameter. For more information, please see TRTCLocalRecordingParams

stopLocalRecording

stopLocalRecording

Stop local media recording

If a recording task has not been stopped through this API before room exit, it will be automatically stopped after room exit.

setRemoteAudioParallelParams

setRemoteAudioParallelParams
void setRemoteAudioParallelParams
(const TRTCAudioParallelParams& params)

Set the parallel strategy of remote audio streams

For room with many speakers.
Param
DESC
params
Audio parallel parameter. For more information, please see TRTCAudioParallelParams

enable3DSpatialAudioEffect

enable3DSpatialAudioEffect
void enable3DSpatialAudioEffect
(bool enabled)

Enable 3D spatial effect

Enable 3D spatial effect. Note that TRTCAudioQualitySpeech smooth or TRTCAudioQualityDefault default audio quality should be used.
Param
DESC
enabled
Whether to enable 3D spatial effect. It’s disabled by default.

updateSelf3DSpatialPosition

updateSelf3DSpatialPosition
void updateSelf3DSpatialPosition
(int position[3]

float axisForward[3]

float axisRight[3]

float axisUp[3])

Update self position and orientation for 3D spatial effect

Update self position and orientation in the world coordinate system. The SDK will calculate the relative position between self and the remote users according to the parameters of this method, and then render the spatial sound effect. Note that the length of array should be 3.
Param
DESC
axisForward
The unit vector of the forward axis of user coordinate system. The three values represent the forward, right and up coordinate values in turn.
axisRight
The unit vector of the right axis of user coordinate system. The three values represent the forward, right and up coordinate values in turn.
axisUp
The unit vector of the up axis of user coordinate system. The three values represent the forward, right and up coordinate values in turn.
position
The coordinate of self in the world coordinate system. The three values represent the forward, right and up coordinate values in turn.
Note
Please limit the calling frequency appropriately. It's recommended that the interval between two operations be at least 100ms.

updateRemote3DSpatialPosition

updateRemote3DSpatialPosition
void updateRemote3DSpatialPosition
(const char* userId

int position[3])

Update the specified remote user's position for 3D spatial effect

Update the specified remote user's position in the world coordinate system. The SDK will calculate the relative position between self and the remote users according to the parameters of this method, and then render the spatial sound effect. Note that the length of array should be 3.
Param
DESC
position
The coordinate of self in the world coordinate system. The three values represent the forward, right and up coordinate values in turn.
userId
ID of the specified remote user.
Note
Please limit the calling frequency appropriately. It's recommended that the interval between two operations of the same remote user be at least 100ms.

set3DSpatialReceivingRange

set3DSpatialReceivingRange
void set3DSpatialReceivingRange
(const char* userId

int range)

Set the maximum 3D spatial attenuation range for userId's audio stream

After set the range, the specified user's audio stream will attenuate to zero within the range.
Param
DESC
range
Maximum attenuation range of the audio stream.
userId
ID of the specified user.

*getDeviceManager

*getDeviceManager

Get device management class (TXDeviceManager)

setBeautyStyle

setBeautyStyle
void setBeautyStyle
(TRTCBeautyStyle style

uint32_t beautyLevel

uint32_t whitenessLevel

uint32_t ruddinessLevel)

Set special effects such as beauty, brightening, and rosy skin filters

The SDK is integrated with two skin smoothing algorithms of different styles:
"Smooth" style, which uses a more radical algorithm for more obvious effect and is suitable for show live streaming.
"Natural" style, which retains more facial details for more natural effect and is suitable for most live streaming use cases.
Param
DESC
beautyLevel
Strength of the beauty filter. Value range: 0–9; 0 indicates that the filter is disabled, and the greater the value, the more obvious the effect.
ruddinessLevel
Strength of the rosy skin filter. Value range: 0–9; 0 indicates that the filter is disabled, and the greater the value, the more obvious the effect.
style
Skin smoothening algorithm ("smooth" or "natural")
whitenessLevel
Strength of the brightening filter. Value range: 0–9; 0 indicates that the filter is disabled, and the greater the value, the more obvious the effect.

setWaterMark

setWaterMark
void setWaterMark
(TRTCVideoStreamType streamType

const char* srcData

TRTCWaterMarkSrcType srcType

uint32_t nWidth

uint32_t nHeight

float xOffset

float yOffset

float fWidthRatio

bool isVisibleOnLocalPreview = false)

Add watermark

The watermark position is determined by the xOffset , yOffset , and fWidthRatio parameters.
xOffset : X coordinate of watermark, which is a floating-point number between 0 and 1.
yOffset : Y coordinate of watermark, which is a floating-point number between 0 and 1.
fWidthRatio : watermark dimensions ratio, which is a floating-point number between 0 and 1.
Param
DESC
fWidthRatio
Ratio of watermark width to image width (the watermark will be scaled according to this parameter)
isVisibleOnLocalPreview
true: local preview show wartermark;false: local preview hide wartermark.only effect on win/mac.
nHeight
Pixel height of watermark image (this parameter will be ignored if the source data is a file path)
nWidth
Pixel width of watermark image (this parameter will be ignored if the source data is a file path)
srcData
Source data of watermark image (if nullptr is passed in, the watermark will be removed)
srcType
Source data type of watermark image
streamType
Stream type of the watermark to be set ( TRTCVideoStreamTypeBig or TRTCVideoStreamTypeSub )
xOffset
Top-left offset on the X axis of watermark
yOffset
Top-left offset on the Y axis of watermark
Note
This API only supports adding an image watermark to the primary stream

getAudioEffectManager

getAudioEffectManager

Get sound effect management class (TXAudioEffectManager)

TXAudioEffectManager is a sound effect management API, through which you can implement the following features:
Background music: both online music and local music can be played back with various features such as speed adjustment, pitch adjustment, original voice, accompaniment, and loop.
In-ear monitoring: the sound captured by the mic is played back in the headphones in real time, which is generally used for music live streaming.
Reverb effect: karaoke room, small room, big hall, deep, resonant, and other effects.
Voice changing effect: young girl, middle-aged man, heavy metal, and other effects.
Short sound effect: short sound effect files such as applause and laughter are supported (for files less than 10 seconds in length, please set the isShortFile parameter to true ).

startSystemAudioLoopback

startSystemAudioLoopback
void startSystemAudioLoopback
(const char* deviceName = nullptr)

Enable system audio capturing(iOS not supported)

This API captures audio data from the sound card of the anchor’s computer and mixes it into the current audio stream of the SDK. This ensures that other users in the room hear the audio played back by the anchor’s computer.
In online education scenarios, a teacher can use this API to have the SDK capture the audio of instructional videos and broadcast it to students in the room.
In live music scenarios, an anchor can use this API to have the SDK capture the music played back by his or her player so as to add background music to the room.
Param
DESC
deviceName
If this parameter is empty, the audio of the entire system is captured. On Windows, if the parameter is a speaker name, you can capture this speaker. About speaker device name you can see TXDeviceManager
On Windows, you can also set deviceName to the deviceName of an executable file (such as QQMuisc.exe ) to have the SDK capture only the audio of the application.
Note
You can specify deviceName only on Windows and with 32-bit TRTC SDK.

stopSystemAudioLoopback

stopSystemAudioLoopback

Stop system audio capturing(iOS not supported)

setSystemAudioLoopbackVolume

setSystemAudioLoopbackVolume
void setSystemAudioLoopbackVolume
(uint32_t volume)

Set the volume of system audio capturing

Param
DESC
volume
Set volume. Value range: [0, 150]. Default value: 100

startScreenCapture

startScreenCapture
void startScreenCapture
(TXView view

TRTCVideoStreamType streamType

TRTCVideoEncParam* encParam)

Start screen sharing

This API can capture the content of the entire screen or a specified application and share it with other users in the same room.
Param
DESC
encParam
Image encoding parameters used for screen sharing, which can be set to empty, indicating to let the SDK choose the optimal encoding parameters (such as resolution and bitrate).
streamType
Channel used for screen sharing, which can be the primary stream (TRTCVideoStreamTypeBig) or substream (TRTCVideoStreamTypeSub).
view
Parent control of the rendering control, which can be set to a null value, indicating not to display the preview of the shared screen.
Note
1. A user can publish at most one primary stream (TRTCVideoStreamTypeBig) and one substream (TRTCVideoStreamTypeSub) at the same time.
2. By default, screen sharing uses the substream image. If you want to use the primary stream for screen sharing, you need to stop camera capturing (through stopLocalPreview) in advance to avoid conflicts.
3. Only one user can use the substream for screen sharing in the same room at any time; that is, only one user is allowed to enable the substream in the same room at any time.
4. When there is already a user in the room using the substream for screen sharing, calling this API will return the onError(ERR_SERVER_CENTER_ANOTHER_USER_PUSH_SUB_VIDEO) callback from ITRTCCloudCallback.

stopScreenCapture

stopScreenCapture

Stop screen sharing

pauseScreenCapture

pauseScreenCapture

Pause screen sharing

Note
Begin from v11.5 version, paused screen capture will use the last frame to output at a frame rate of 1fps.

resumeScreenCapture

resumeScreenCapture

Resume screen sharing

getScreenCaptureSources

getScreenCaptureSources
ITRTCScreenCaptureSourceList* getScreenCaptureSources
(const SIZE &thumbnailSize

const SIZE &iconSize)

Enumerate shareable screens and windows (for desktop systems only)

When you integrate the screen sharing feature of a desktop system, you generally need to display a UI for selecting the sharing target, so that users can use the UI to choose whether to share the entire screen or a certain window.
Through this API, you can query the IDs, names, and thumbnails of sharable windows on the current system. We provide a default UI implementation in the demo for your reference.
Param
DESC
iconSize
Specify the icon size of the window to be obtained.
thumbnailSize
Specify the thumbnail size of the window to be obtained. The thumbnail can be drawn on the window selection UI.
Note
1. The returned list contains the screen and the application windows. The screen is the first element in the list. If the user has multiple displays, then each display is a sharing target.
2. Please do not use delete ITRTCScreenCaptureSourceList* to delete the SourceList ; otherwise, crashes may occur. Instead, please use the release method in ITRTCScreenCaptureSourceList to release the list.

Return Desc:

List of windows (including the screen)

selectScreenCaptureTarget

selectScreenCaptureTarget
void selectScreenCaptureTarget
(const TRTCScreenCaptureSourceInfo &source

const RECT& captureRect

const TRTCScreenCaptureProperty &property)

Select the screen or window to share (for desktop systems only)

After you get the sharable screens and windows through getScreenCaptureSources , you can call this API to select the target screen or window you want to share.
During the screen sharing process, you can also call this API at any time to switch the sharing target.

The following four sharing modes are supported:
Sharing the entire screen: for source whose type is Screen in sourceInfoList , set captureRect to { 0, 0, 0, 0 } .
Sharing a specified area: for source whose type is Screen in sourceInfoList , set captureRect to a non-nullptr value, e.g., { 100, 100, 300, 300 } .
Sharing an entire window: for source whose type is Window in sourceInfoList , set captureRect to { 0, 0, 0, 0 } .
Sharing a specified window area: for source whose type is Window in sourceInfoList , set captureRect to a non-nullptr value, e.g., { 100, 100, 300, 300 } .
Param
DESC
captureRect
Specify the area to be captured
property
Specify the attributes of the screen sharing target, such as capturing the cursor and highlighting the captured window. For more information, please see the definition of TRTCScreenCaptureProperty
source
Specify sharing source
Note
Setting the highlight border color and width parameters does not take effect on macOS.

setSubStreamEncoderParam

setSubStreamEncoderParam
void setSubStreamEncoderParam
(const TRTCVideoEncParam& param)

Set the video encoding parameters of screen sharing (i.e., substream) (for desktop and mobile systems)

This API can set the image quality of screen sharing (i.e., the substream) viewed by remote users, which is also the image quality of screen sharing in on-cloud recording files.
Please note the differences between the following two APIs:
setVideoEncoderParam is used to set the video encoding parameters of the primary stream image (TRTCVideoStreamTypeBig, generally for camera).
setSubStreamEncoderParam is used to set the video encoding parameters of the substream image (TRTCVideoStreamTypeSub, generally for screen sharing).
Param
DESC
param
Substream encoding parameters. For more information, please see TRTCVideoEncParam.

setSubStreamMixVolume

setSubStreamMixVolume
void setSubStreamMixVolume
(uint32_t volume)

Set the audio mixing volume of screen sharing (for desktop systems only)

The greater the value, the larger the ratio of the screen sharing volume to the mic volume. We recommend you not set a high value for this parameter as a high volume will cover the mic sound.
Param
DESC
volume
Set audio mixing volume. Value range: 0–100

addExcludedShareWindow

addExcludedShareWindow
void addExcludedShareWindow
(TXView windowID)

Add specified windows to the exclusion list of screen sharing (for desktop systems only)

The excluded windows will not be shared. This feature is generally used to add a certain application's window to the exclusion list to avoid privacy issues.
You can set the filtered windows before starting screen sharing or dynamically add the filtered windows during screen sharing.
Param
DESC
window
Window not to be shared
Note
1. This API takes effect only if the type in TRTCScreenCaptureSourceInfo is specified as TRTCScreenCaptureSourceTypeScreen; that is, the feature of excluding specified windows works only when the entire screen is shared.
2. The windows added to the exclusion list through this API will be automatically cleared by the SDK after room exit.
3. On macOS, please pass in the window ID (CGWindowID), which can be obtained through the sourceId member in TRTCScreenCaptureSourceInfo.

removeExcludedShareWindow

removeExcludedShareWindow
void removeExcludedShareWindow
(TXView windowID)

Remove specified windows from the exclusion list of screen sharing (for desktop systems only)

Param
DESC
windowID


removeAllExcludedShareWindow

removeAllExcludedShareWindow

Remove all windows from the exclusion list of screen sharing (for desktop systems only)

addIncludedShareWindow

addIncludedShareWindow
void addIncludedShareWindow
(TXView windowID)

Add specified windows to the inclusion list of screen sharing (for desktop systems only)

This API takes effect only if the type in TRTCScreenCaptureSourceInfo is specified as TRTCScreenCaptureSourceTypeWindow; that is, the feature of additionally including specified windows works only when a window is shared.
You can call it before or after startScreenCapture.
Param
DESC
windowID
Window to be shared (which is a window handle HWND on Windows)
Note
The windows added to the inclusion list by this method will be automatically cleared by the SDK after room exit.

removeIncludedShareWindow

removeIncludedShareWindow
void removeIncludedShareWindow
(TXView windowID)

Remove specified windows from the inclusion list of screen sharing (for desktop systems only)

This API takes effect only if the type in TRTCScreenCaptureSourceInfo is specified as TRTCScreenCaptureSourceTypeWindow.
That is, the feature of additionally including specified windows works only when a window is shared.
Param
DESC
windowID
Window to be shared (window ID on macOS or HWND on Windows)

removeAllIncludedShareWindow

removeAllIncludedShareWindow

Remove all windows from the inclusion list of screen sharing (for desktop systems only)

This API takes effect only if the type in TRTCScreenCaptureSourceInfo is specified as TRTCScreenCaptureSourceTypeWindow.
That is, the feature of additionally including specified windows works only when a window is shared.

enableCustomVideoCapture

enableCustomVideoCapture
void enableCustomVideoCapture
(TRTCVideoStreamType streamType

bool enable)

Enable/Disable custom video capturing mode

After this mode is enabled, the SDK will not run the original video capturing process (i.e., stopping camera data capturing and beauty filter operations) and will retain only the video encoding and sending capabilities.
You need to use sendCustomVideoData to continuously insert the captured video image into the SDK.
Param
DESC
enable
Whether to enable. Default value: false
streamType
Specify video stream type (TRTCVideoStreamTypeBig: HD big image; TRTCVideoStreamTypeSub: substream image).

sendCustomVideoData

sendCustomVideoData
void sendCustomVideoData
(TRTCVideoStreamType streamType

TRTCVideoFrame* frame)

Deliver captured video frames to SDK

You can use this API to deliver video frames you capture to the SDK, and the SDK will encode and transfer them through its own network module.

We recommend you enter the following information for the TRTCVideoFrame parameter (other fields can be left empty):
pixelFormat: on Windows and Android, only TRTCVideoPixelFormat_I420 is supported; on iOS and macOS, TRTCVideoPixelFormat_I420 and TRTCVideoPixelFormat_BGRA32 are supported.
bufferType: TRTCVideoBufferType_Buffer is recommended.
data: buffer used to carry video frame data.
length: video frame data length. If pixelFormat is set to I420, length can be calculated according to the following formula: length = width * height * 3 / 2.
width: video image width, such as 640 px.
height: video image height, such as 480 px.
timestamp (ms): Set it to the timestamp when video frames are captured, which you can obtain by calling generateCustomPTS after getting a video frame.

For more information, please see Custom Capturing and Rendering.
Param
DESC
frame
Video data, which can be in I420 format.
streamType
Specify video stream type (TRTCVideoStreamTypeBig: HD big image; TRTCVideoStreamTypeSub: substream image).
Note
1. We recommend you call the generateCustomPTS API to get the timestamp value of a video frame immediately after capturing it, so as to achieve the best audio/video sync effect.
2. The video frame rate eventually encoded by the SDK is not determined by the frequency at which you call this API, but by the FPS you set in setVideoEncoderParam.
3. Please try to keep the calling interval of this API even; otherwise, problems will occur, such as unstable output frame rate of the encoder or out-of-sync audio/video.
4. On iOS and macOS, video frames in TRTCVideoPixelFormat_I420 or TRTCVideoPixelFormat_BGRA32 format can be passed in currently.
5. On Windows and Android, only video frames in TRTCVideoPixelFormat_I420 format can be passed in currently.

enableCustomAudioCapture

enableCustomAudioCapture
void enableCustomAudioCapture
(bool enable)

Enable custom audio capturing mode

After this mode is enabled, the SDK will not run the original audio capturing process (i.e., stopping mic data capturing) and will retain only the audio encoding and sending capabilities.
You need to use sendCustomAudioData to continuously insert the captured audio data into the SDK.
Param
DESC
enable
Whether to enable. Default value: false
Note
As acoustic echo cancellation (AEC) requires strict control over the audio capturing and playback time, after custom audio capturing is enabled, AEC may fail.

sendCustomAudioData

sendCustomAudioData
void sendCustomAudioData
(TRTCAudioFrame* frame)

Deliver captured audio data to SDK

We recommend you enter the following information for the TRTCAudioFrame parameter (other fields can be left empty):
audioFormat: audio data format, which can only be TRTCAudioFrameFormatPCM .
data: audio frame buffer. Audio frame data must be in PCM format, and it supports a frame length of 5–100 ms (20 ms is recommended). Length calculation method: for example, if the sample rate is 48000, then the frame length for mono channel will be `48000 * 0.02s * 1 * 16 bit = 15360 bit = 1920 bytes`.
sampleRate: sample rate. Valid values: 16000, 24000, 32000, 44100, 48000.
channel: number of channels (if stereo is used, data is interwoven). Valid values: 1: mono channel; 2: dual channel.
timestamp (ms): Set it to the timestamp when audio frames are captured, which you can obtain by calling generateCustomPTS after getting a audio frame.

For more information, please see Custom Capturing and Rendering.
Param
DESC
frame
Audio data
Note
Please call this API accurately at intervals of the frame length; otherwise, sound lag may occur due to uneven data delivery intervals.

enableMixExternalAudioFrame

enableMixExternalAudioFrame
void enableMixExternalAudioFrame
(bool enablePublish

bool enablePlayout)

Enable/Disable custom audio track

After this feature is enabled, you can mix a custom audio track into the SDK through this API. With two boolean parameters, you can control whether to play back this track remotely or locally.
Param
DESC
enablePlayout
Whether the mixed audio track should be played back locally. Default value: false
enablePublish
Whether the mixed audio track should be played back remotely. Default value: false
Note
If you specify both enablePublish and enablePlayout as false , the custom audio track will be completely closed.

mixExternalAudioFrame

mixExternalAudioFrame
int mixExternalAudioFrame
(TRTCAudioFrame* frame)

Mix custom audio track into SDK

Before you use this API to mix custom PCM audio into the SDK, you need to first enable custom audio tracks through enableMixExternalAudioFrame.
You are expected to feed audio data into the SDK at an even pace, but we understand that it can be challenging to call an API at absolutely regular intervals.
Given this, we have provided a buffer pool in the SDK, which can cache the audio data you pass in to reduce the fluctuations in intervals between API calls.
The value returned by this API indicates the size (ms) of the buffer pool. For example, if 50 is returned, it indicates that the buffer pool has 50 ms of audio data. As long as you call this API again within 50 ms, the SDK can make sure that continuous audio data is mixed.
If the value returned is 100 or greater, you can wait after an audio frame is played to call the API again. If the value returned is smaller than 100 , then there isn’t enough data in the buffer pool, and you should feed more audio data into the SDK until the data in the buffer pool is above the safety level.

Fill the fields in TRTCAudioFrame as follows (other fields are not required).
data : audio frame buffer. Audio frames must be in PCM format. Each frame can be 5-100 ms (20 ms is recommended) in duration. Assume that the sample rate is 48000, and sound channels mono-channel. Then the frame size would be 48000 x 0.02s x 1 x 16 bit = 15360 bit = 1920 bytes.
sampleRate : sample rate. Valid values: 16000, 24000, 32000, 44100, 48000
channel : number of sound channels (if dual-channel is used, data is interleaved). Valid values: 1 (mono-channel); 2 (dual channel)
timestamp : timestamp (ms). Set it to the timestamp when audio frames are captured, which you can obtain by calling generateCustomPTS after getting an audio frame.
Param
DESC
frame
Audio data

Return Desc:

If the value returned is 0 or greater, the value represents the current size of the buffer pool; if the value returned is smaller than 0 , it means that an error occurred. -1 indicates that you didn’t call enableMixExternalAudioFrame to enable custom audio tracks.

setMixExternalAudioVolume

setMixExternalAudioVolume
void setMixExternalAudioVolume
(int publishVolume

int playoutVolume)

Set the publish volume and playback volume of mixed custom audio track

Param
DESC
playoutVolume
set the play volume,from 0 to 100, -1 means no change
publishVolume
set the publish volume,from 0 to 100, -1 means no change

generateCustomPTS

generateCustomPTS

Generate custom capturing timestamp

This API is only suitable for the custom capturing mode and is used to solve the problem of out-of-sync audio/video caused by the inconsistency between the capturing time and delivery time of audio/video frames.

When you call APIs such as sendCustomVideoData or sendCustomAudioData for custom video or audio capturing, please use this API as instructed below:
1. First, when a video or audio frame is captured, call this API to get the corresponding PTS timestamp.
2. Then, send the video or audio frame to the preprocessing module you use (such as a third-party beauty filter or sound effect component).
3. When you actually call sendCustomVideoData or sendCustomAudioData for delivery, assign the PTS timestamp recorded when the frame was captured to the timestamp field in TRTCVideoFrame or TRTCAudioFrame.

Return Desc:

Timestamp in ms

enableLocalVideoCustomProcess

enableLocalVideoCustomProcess
int enableLocalVideoCustomProcess
(bool enable

TRTCVideoPixelFormat pixelFormat

TRTCVideoBufferType bufferType)

.1 Enable third-party beauty filters in video

After it is enabled, you can get the image frame of the specified pixel format and video data structure type through ITRTCVideoFrameCallback.
Param
DESC
bufferType
Specify the format of the data called back.
enable
Whether to enable local video process. It’s disabled by default.
pixelFormat
Specify the format of the pixel called back.

Return Desc:

0: success; values smaller than 0: error

setLocalVideoCustomProcessCallback

setLocalVideoCustomProcessCallback
void setLocalVideoCustomProcessCallback
(ITRTCVideoFrameCallback* callback)

.2 Set video data callback for third-party beauty filters

After this callback is set, the SDK will call back the captured video frames through the callback you set and use them for further processing by a third-party beauty filter component. Then, the SDK will encode and send the processed video frames.
Param
DESC
callback
: Custom preprocessing callback. For more information, please see ITRTCVideoFrameCallback

setLocalVideoRenderCallback

setLocalVideoRenderCallback
int setLocalVideoRenderCallback
(TRTCVideoPixelFormat pixelFormat

TRTCVideoBufferType bufferType

ITRTCVideoRenderCallback* callback)

Set the callback of custom rendering for local video

After this callback is set, the SDK will skip its own rendering process and call back the captured data. Therefore, you need to complete image rendering on your own.
You can call setLocalVideoRenderCallback(TRTCVideoPixelFormat_Unknown, TRTCVideoBufferType_Unknown, nullptr) to stop the callback.
On iOS, macOS, and Windows, only video frames in TRTCVideoPixelFormat_I420 or TRTCVideoPixelFormat_BGRA32 pixel format can be called back currently.
On Android, only video frames in TRTCVideoPixelFormat_I420, TRTCVideoPixelFormat_RGBA32 or TRTCVideoPixelFormat_Texture_2D pixel format can be passed in currently.
Param
DESC
bufferType
Specify video data structure type. Only TRTCVideoBufferType_Buffer is supported currently
callback
Callback for custom rendering
pixelFormat
Specify the format of the pixel called back

Return Desc:

0: success; values smaller than 0: error

setRemoteVideoRenderCallback

setRemoteVideoRenderCallback
int setRemoteVideoRenderCallback
(const char* userId

TRTCVideoPixelFormat pixelFormat

TRTCVideoBufferType bufferType

ITRTCVideoRenderCallback* callback)

Set the callback of custom rendering for remote video

After this callback is set, the SDK will skip its own rendering process and call back the captured data. Therefore, you need to complete image rendering on your own.
You can call setRemoteVideoRenderCallback(TRTCVideoPixelFormat_Unknown, TRTCVideoBufferType_Unknown, nullptr) to stop the callback.
On iOS, macOS, and Windows, only video frames in TRTCVideoPixelFormat_I420 or TRTCVideoPixelFormat_BGRA32 pixel format can be called back currently.
On Android, only video frames in TRTCVideoPixelFormat_I420 , TRTCVideoPixelFormat_RGBA32 or TRTCVideoPixelFormat_Texture_2Dpixel format can be passed in currently.
Param
DESC
bufferType
Specify video data structure type. Only TRTCVideoBufferType_Buffer is supported currently
callback
Callback for custom rendering
pixelFormat
Specify the format of the pixel called back
userId
remote user id
Note
In actual use, you need to call startRemoteView(userid, nullptr) to get the video stream of the remote user first (set view to nullptr ); otherwise, there will be no data called back.

Return Desc:

0: success; values smaller than 0: error

setAudioFrameCallback

setAudioFrameCallback
int setAudioFrameCallback
(ITRTCAudioFrameCallback* callback)

Set custom audio data callback

After this callback is set, the SDK will internally call back the audio data (in PCM format), including:
onCapturedAudioFrame: callback of the audio data captured by the local mic
onLocalProcessedAudioFrame: callback of the audio data captured by the local mic and preprocessed by the audio module
onPlayAudioFrame: audio data from each remote user before audio mixing
onMixedPlayAudioFrame: callback of the audio data that will be played back by the system after audio streams are mixed
Note
Setting the callback to null indicates to stop the custom audio callback, while setting it to a non-null value indicates to start the custom audio callback.

setCapturedAudioFrameCallbackFormat

setCapturedAudioFrameCallbackFormat
int setCapturedAudioFrameCallbackFormat

Set the callback format of audio frames captured by local mic

This API is used to set the AudioFrame format called back by onCapturedAudioFrame:
sampleRate: sample rate. Valid values: 16000, 32000, 44100, 48000
channel: number of channels (if stereo is used, data is interwoven). Valid values: 1: mono channel; 2: dual channel
samplesPerCall: number of sample points, which defines the frame length of the callback data. The frame length must be an integer multiple of 10 ms.

If you want to calculate the callback frame length in milliseconds, the formula for converting the number of milliseconds into the number of sample points is as follows: number of sample points = number of milliseconds * sample rate / 1000
For example, if you want to call back the data of 20 ms frame length with 48000 sample rate, then the number of sample points should be entered as 960 = 20 * 48000 / 1000
Note that the frame length of the final callback is in bytes, and the calculation formula for converting the number of sample points into the number of bytes is as follows: number of bytes = number of sample points * number of channels * 2 (bit width)
For example, if the parameters are 48000 sample rate, dual channel, 20 ms frame length, and 960 sample points, then the number of bytes is 3840 = 960 * 2 * 2
Param
DESC
format
Audio data callback format

Return Desc:

0: success; values smaller than 0: error

setLocalProcessedAudioFrameCallbackFormat

setLocalProcessedAudioFrameCallbackFormat
int setLocalProcessedAudioFrameCallbackFormat

Set the callback format of preprocessed local audio frames

This API is used to set the AudioFrame format called back by onLocalProcessedAudioFrame:
sampleRate: sample rate. Valid values: 16000, 32000, 44100, 48000
channel: number of channels (if stereo is used, data is interwoven). Valid values: 1: mono channel; 2: dual channel
samplesPerCall: number of sample points, which defines the frame length of the callback data. The frame length must be an integer multiple of 10 ms.

If you want to calculate the callback frame length in milliseconds, the formula for converting the number of milliseconds into the number of sample points is as follows: number of sample points = number of milliseconds * sample rate / 1000
For example, if you want to call back the data of 20 ms frame length with 48000 sample rate, then the number of sample points should be entered as 960 = 20 * 48000 / 1000
Note that the frame length of the final callback is in bytes, and the calculation formula for converting the number of sample points into the number of bytes is as follows: number of bytes = number of sample points * number of channels * 2 (bit width)
For example, if the parameters are 48000 sample rate, dual channel, 20 ms frame length, and 960 sample points, then the number of bytes is 3840 = 960 * 2 * 2
Param
DESC
format
Audio data callback format

Return Desc:

0: success; values smaller than 0: error

setMixedPlayAudioFrameCallbackFormat

setMixedPlayAudioFrameCallbackFormat
int setMixedPlayAudioFrameCallbackFormat

Set the callback format of audio frames to be played back by system

This API is used to set the AudioFrame format called back by onMixedPlayAudioFrame:
sampleRate: sample rate. Valid values: 16000, 32000, 44100, 48000
channel: number of channels (if stereo is used, data is interwoven). Valid values: 1: mono channel; 2: dual channel
samplesPerCall: number of sample points, which defines the frame length of the callback data. The frame length must be an integer multiple of 10 ms.

If you want to calculate the callback frame length in milliseconds, the formula for converting the number of milliseconds into the number of sample points is as follows: number of sample points = number of milliseconds * sample rate / 1000
For example, if you want to call back the data of 20 ms frame length with 48000 sample rate, then the number of sample points should be entered as 960 = 20 * 48000 / 1000
Note that the frame length of the final callback is in bytes, and the calculation formula for converting the number of sample points into the number of bytes is as follows: number of bytes = number of sample points * number of channels * 2 (bit width)
For example, if the parameters are 48000 sample rate, dual channel, 20 ms frame length, and 960 sample points, then the number of bytes is 3840 = 960 * 2 * 2
Param
DESC
format
Audio data callback format

Return Desc:

0: success; values smaller than 0: error

enableCustomAudioRendering

enableCustomAudioRendering
void enableCustomAudioRendering
(bool enable)

Enabling custom audio playback

You can use this API to enable custom audio playback if you want to connect to an external audio device or control the audio playback logic by yourself.
After you enable custom audio playback, the SDK will stop using its audio API to play back audio. You need to call getCustomAudioRenderingFrame to get audio frames and play them by yourself.
Param
DESC
enable
Whether to enable custom audio playback. It’s disabled by default.
Note
The parameter must be set before room entry to take effect.

getCustomAudioRenderingFrame

getCustomAudioRenderingFrame
void getCustomAudioRenderingFrame
(TRTCAudioFrame* audioFrame)

Getting playable audio data

Before calling this API, you need to first enable custom audio playback using enableCustomAudioRendering.

Fill the fields in TRTCAudioFrame as follows (other fields are not required):
sampleRate : sample rate (required). Valid values: 16000, 24000, 32000, 44100, 48000
channel : number of sound channels (required). 1 : mono-channel; 2 : dual-channel; if dual-channel is used, data is interleaved.
data : the buffer used to get audio data. You need to allocate memory for the buffer based on the duration of an audio frame.
The PCM data obtained can have a frame duration of 10 ms or 20 ms. 20 ms is recommended.
Assume that the sample rate is 48000, and sound channels mono-channel. The buffer size for a 20 ms audio frame would be 48000 x 0.02s x 1 x 16 bit = 15360 bit = 1920 bytes.
Param
DESC
audioFrame
Audio frames
Note
1. You must set sampleRate and channel in audioFrame , and allocate memory for one frame of audio in advance.
2. The SDK will fill the data automatically based on sampleRate and channel .
3. We recommend that you use the system’s audio playback thread to drive the calling of this API, so that it is called each time the playback of an audio frame is complete.

sendCustomCmdMsg

sendCustomCmdMsg
bool sendCustomCmdMsg
(uint32_t cmdId

const uint8_t* data

uint32_t dataSize

bool reliable

bool ordered)

Use UDP channel to send custom message to all users in room

This API allows you to use TRTC's UDP channel to broadcast custom data to other users in the current room for signaling transfer.
Other users in the room can receive the message through the onRecvCustomCmdMsg callback in ITRTCCloudCallback.
Param
DESC
cmdID
Message ID. Value range: 1–10
data
Message to be sent. The maximum length of one single message is 1 KB.
ordered
Whether orderly sending is enabled, i.e., whether the data packets should be received in the same order in which they are sent; if so, a certain delay will be caused.
reliable
Whether reliable sending is enabled. Reliable sending can achieve a higher success rate but with a longer reception delay than unreliable sending.
Note
1. Up to 30 messages can be sent per second to all users in the room (this is not supported for web and mini program currently).
2. A packet can contain up to 1 KB of data; if the threshold is exceeded, the packet is very likely to be discarded by the intermediate router or server.
3. A client can send up to 8 KB of data in total per second.
4. reliable and ordered must be set to the same value ( true or false ) and cannot be set to different values currently.
5. We strongly recommend you set different cmdID values for messages of different types. This can reduce message delay when orderly sending is required.
6. Currently only the anchor role is supported.

Return Desc:

true: sent the message successfully; false: failed to send the message.

sendSEIMsg

sendSEIMsg
bool sendSEIMsg
(const uint8_t* data

uint32_t dataSize

int32_t repeatCount)

Use SEI channel to send custom message to all users in room

This API allows you to use TRTC's SEI channel to broadcast custom data to other users in the current room for signaling transfer.

The header of a video frame has a header data block called SEI. This API works by embedding the custom signaling data you want to send in the SEI block and sending it together with the video frame.
Therefore, the SEI channel has a better compatibility than sendCustomCmdMsg as the signaling data can be transferred to the CSS CDN along with the video frame.
However, because the data block of the video frame header cannot be too large, we recommend you limit the size of the signaling data to only a few bytes when using this API.

The most common use is to embed the custom timestamp into video frames through this API so as to implement a perfect alignment between the message and video image (such as between the teaching material and video signal in the education scenario).
Other users in the room can receive the message through the onRecvSEIMsg callback in ITRTCCloudCallback.
Param
DESC
data
Data to be sent, which can be up to 1 KB (1,000 bytes)
repeatCount
Data sending count
Note
This API has the following restrictions:
1. The data will not be instantly sent after this API is called; instead, it will be inserted into the next video frame after the API call.
2. Up to 30 messages can be sent per second to all users in the room (this limit is shared with sendCustomCmdMsg ).
3. Each packet can be up to 1 KB (this limit is shared with sendCustomCmdMsg ). If a large amount of data is sent, the video bitrate will increase, which may reduce the video quality or even cause lagging.
4. Each client can send up to 8 KB of data in total per second (this limit is shared with sendCustomCmdMsg ).
5. If multiple times of sending is required (i.e., repeatCount > 1), the data will be inserted into subsequent repeatCount video frames in a row for sending, which will increase the video bitrate.
6. If repeatCount is greater than 1, the data will be sent for multiple times, and the same message may be received multiple times in the onRecvSEIMsg callback; therefore, deduplication is required.

Return Desc:

true: the message is allowed and will be sent with subsequent video frames; false: the message is not allowed to be sent

startSpeedTest

startSpeedTest
int startSpeedTest
(const TRTCSpeedTestParams& params)

Start network speed test (used before room entry)

Param
DESC
params
speed test options
Note
1. The speed measurement process will incur a small amount of basic service fees, See Purchase Guide > Base Services.
2. Please perform the Network speed test before room entry, because if performed after room entry, the test will affect the normal audio/video transfer, and its result will be inaccurate due to interference in the room.
3. Only one network speed test task is allowed to run at the same time.

Return Desc:

interface call result, <0: failure

stopSpeedTest

stopSpeedTest

Stop network speed test

getSDKVersion

getSDKVersion

Get SDK version information

setLogLevel

setLogLevel
void setLogLevel
(TRTCLogLevel level)

Set log output level

Param
DESC
level
For more information, please see TRTCLogLevel. Default value: TRTCLogLevelNone

setConsoleEnabled

setConsoleEnabled
void setConsoleEnabled
(bool enabled)

Enable/Disable console log printing

Param
DESC
enabled
Specify whether to enable it, which is disabled by default

setLogCompressEnabled

setLogCompressEnabled
void setLogCompressEnabled
(bool enabled)

Enable/Disable local log compression

If compression is enabled, the log size will significantly reduce, but logs can be read only after being decompressed by the Python script provided by Tencent Cloud.
If compression is disabled, logs will be stored in plaintext and can be read directly in Notepad, but will take up more storage capacity.
Param
DESC
enabled
Specify whether to enable it, which is enabled by default

setLogDirPath

setLogDirPath
void setLogDirPath
(const char* path)

Set local log storage path

You can use this API to change the default storage path of the SDK's local logs, which is as follows:
Windows: C:/Users/[username]/AppData/Roaming/liteav/log, i.e., under %appdata%/liteav/log .
iOS or macOS: under sandbox Documents/log .
Android: under /app directory/files/log/liteav/ .
Param
DESC
path
Log storage path
Note
Please be sure to call this API before all other APIs and make sure that the directory you specify exists and your application has read/write permissions of the directory.

setLogCallback

setLogCallback
void setLogCallback
(ITRTCLogCallback* callback)

Set log callback

showDebugView

showDebugView
void showDebugView
(int showType)

Display dashboard

"Dashboard" is a semi-transparent floating layer for debugging information on top of the video rendering control. It is used to display audio/video information and event information to facilitate integration and debugging.
Param
DESC
showType
0: does not display; 1: displays lite edition (only with audio/video information); 2: displays full edition (with audio/video information and event information).

callExperimentalAPI

callExperimentalAPI
char* callExperimentalAPI
(const char *jsonStr)

Call experimental APIs

enablePayloadPrivateEncryption

enablePayloadPrivateEncryption
int enablePayloadPrivateEncryption
(bool enabled


Enable or disable private encryption of media streams

In scenarios with high security requirements, TRTC recommends that you call the enablePayloadPrivateEncryption method to enable private encryption of media streams before joining a room.
After the user exits the room, the SDK will automatically close the private encryption. To re-enable private encryption, you need to call this method before the user joins the room again.
Param
DESC
config
Configure the algorithm and key for private encryption of media streams, please see TRTCPayloadPrivateEncryptionConfig.
enabled
Whether to enable media stream private encryption.
Note
TRTC has built-in encryption for media streams before transmission. After private encryption of media streams is enabled, it will be re-encrypted with the key and initial vector you pass in.

Return Desc:

Interface call result, 0: Method call succeeded, -1: The incoming parameter is invalid, -2: Your subscription has expired. If you want to renew it, Please update to RTC Engine Pro Plans and fill out application form. Approval is required before use.