JavaScript API for video streams and calls in a browser


Connect to server


Publish a stream


Play a stream;

Unpublish or stop


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Give it a try

1. Install WCS-server using this instruction or launch a server instance on Amazon AWS or DigitalOcean.

2. Make sure default sample Two Way Streaming works as expected.

3. Log in to the server over SSH and open the file for editing



4. Find lines


5. Replace with

console.log("I'm publishing a stream!");

6. Press “Connect” then “Publish”. Do you see the message in browser console? That’s all. Now you know how to use the Web SDK! You can learn more any time from our docs or tech forums.

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Set of demo samples based on the Web SDKstreamer

The streamer can be used to publish a live stream from a webcam to the server.player

The player is used for the live stream playback in desktop and mobile browsers2-players

This example is helpful if you need to place two or more live players on the same web

You can select particular webcam or microphone and apply available settings such as FPS, frame size,

This example allows to record a live stream in a browser and then download or play the recorded stream.two-way-streaming

This is two way streaming example when we publish a stream and play another stream simultaneously. It can be used as a base for video chat.screen-sharing

Screen sharing using a web browser.conference

Video conference for three

Video chat for two

Click to Call button for SIP calls from a web page.web-phone

Web phone working over the SIP protocol.web-phone-video

Web phone with video support working over the SIP protocol.

All demo samples are described in the docs

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