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where to get information for webrtc path parameters?


ruell magpayo
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I am playing around with the sample in here

I can succesfuly make my own web app and publish stream from it in webrtc,
In the sample, i saw that there is a parameter ?rtmpForward=undefined in webrtc path
like so
wss://localhost:5443/LiveApp/websocket?rtmpForward=undefined"

1. what does the the rtmpForward=undefine means?

2. I assume this is not standard webrtc parameters and just a parameter used for Antmedia, am i correct or not? 

3. Where can i get the information and/or documentation on what are the other parameters for webrtc path we can use?

 

Thank you!

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Hi,

Have a good day. 

1. what does the the rtmpForward=undefine means?

We added this parameter for RTMP playback. 

2. I assume this is not standard webrtc parameters and just a parameter used for Antmedia, am i correct or not? 

Yes, it's not a WebRTC standard parameter. It's just related to Ant Media Server.

3. Where can i get the information and/or documentation on what are the other parameters for webrtc path we can use?

It is just only rtmpForward parameter. There are no more parameters like rtmpForward in WebSocket URL.

No need to use rtmpForward parameter in your structure. It's no necessary.

I hope, I could help you.

Best Regards,
Selim
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