Roughly equivalent to the
package but with support for rtc.io plugins. Also uses an error first
async API to allow plugins time to initialize.
var capture = ;var attach = ;;
Example using Plugins
var capture = ;var attach = ;var opts =plugins:;;
attach(stream, opts?, callback)
stream to a HTML element that will render the content. The provided
callback follows the format of
fn(err, element). While the async nature
of this package may seem odd, because a plugin may need time to initialize
this caters for this case in addition to standard usage in the browser.
true) - by default after the stream has been attached to the element it will be played. This is done by calling the
play()function on the element rather than relying on
null) - if you with to supply an element to be used instead of creating a new element to receive the stream specify it here.
false) - whether the created element should be muted or not. For local streams this should almost always, be true so consider using the
attach.localhelper function for simple cases.
) - specify one or more plugins that can be used to render the media stream appropriate to the current platform in the event that WebRTC and/or media capture is supported via a browser plugin.
attach.local(stream, opts?, callback)
Attach a local stream with options appropriate for local streams:
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