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example-android-live-streaming

An example app for live streaming from an Android device using the Mux live streaming service, written in Java and C++ GitHub license

Introduction

This repo includes two main components:

  • A sample application, located under /app, which includes a simple UI to configure and stream your live stream.
  • A lower-level moduled, under /libcamera, providing all of the live capture and live streaming functionality.

The libcamera module supports the following features:

  • Integration with Android's Camera 2 API
  • Landscape and portrait video capture
  • Application pause and resume
  • Force screen to stay on while capture is active
  • Configuration of video and audio encoding settigns
  • Minimum Android API level 9

The libcamera module is built on, and encapsulates, the following third-party libraries:

Quick Start

Clone this repo locally, and then load the application from the root directory in Android Studio 3.0+.

Run the application. There will be buttons at the bottom of the screen to start/stop live capture.

Components

  • app contains the demo application

  • libcamera is the functional module

Resources

License

example-android-live-streaming and MuxLive are available under the MIT license, see the LICENSE file for more information.