How usergetmedia to use the microphone in chrome and then stream to get raw audio? I need need to get the audio in linear 16....
I am trying to learn how to record media in the browser and I may be over-complicating things. There is an abundant supply of straight-forward examples but I got bogged down at the part when the recordings are pushed to a Blob object with an arbitrar...
I've built a Chrome extension that captures screen activity and microphone input and outputs a video file. Since chrome.desktopCapture can't record audio input alongside screen capture, I'm getting the mic in its own, separate stream. So:...
I'm calling getUserMedia() to get a video stream and simply setting the stream as the srcObject of a video element.  Specifically on Chrome on 2 different Windows Tablets, in Portrait mode the video is side ways.  I can't find any orientation...
I'm trying to get stats of a webRTC app to measure audio/video streaming bandwidth. I checked this question and I found it very useful; however, when I try to use it I get   TypeError: Not enough arguments to RTCPeerConnection.getStats.   I think...
In Google Chrome Browser i was able to get live feed of my connected USB Camera using getUserMedia() API. I have a slider to change the brightness value and this is working fine. I also want focusMode to toggle from continuous to manual(The camera al...
Basing on electron api and this question I'm trying to save recorded user screen to .webm file in videos folder in root app folder.  Actually it's almost working because it save .webm file but the file which is saved is empty, it weigh 0B.. I...
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In the past, you could use URL.createObjectURL() and pass it a MediaStream. However, this has been removed (see https://www.fxsitecompat.dev/en-CA/docs/2017/url-createobjecturl-stream-has-been-deprecated/).  The replacement functionality was to inste...
I have a bunch of webrtc streams represented in an angularjs view and I want to visualize which ones are over a certain volume threshold where I can then listen to those ones one at a time. Is this possible? Everything I find seems to require you to...

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