The audio and video quality of interactive live video streaming or a video call deteriorates under poor network conditions. To improve the efficiency of interactive live video streaming or a video call, the
setRemoteSubscribeFallbackOption methods are used for the SDK to automatically switch the high-video stream to low-video stream and disable the video stream under these conditions.
Refer to the following steps to set the stream fallback under poor network conditions:
After joining the channel, the publisher calls the
enableDualStreamModemethod to enable dual stream mode.
The publisher calls the
setLocalPublishFallbackOptionmethod and set
AUDIO_ONLY (2)to enable the fallback option for the locally published media stream based on the network conditions. The SDK will disable the upstream video and enable audio only when the network conditions deteriorate and cannot support both video and audio streams.
Agora does not recommend using this method for Media Push, because the remote CDN live user will have a noticeable lag when the locally published video stream falls back to
When the local video stream falls back to
audio onlyor when the audio-only stream switches back to the video, the SDK triggers the
onLocalPublishFallbackToAudioOnlycallback to report current stream state to the local publisher.
The subscriber in the channel calls the
setRemoteSubscribeFallbackOptionmethod to set the subscribed stream fallback under poor network conditions.
STREAM_LOW (1)to only subscribe to the low-video stream sent from the publisher under poor network conditions.
AUDIO_ONLY (2)to subscribe to the low-video stream sent or even audio stream from the publisher under poor network conditions.
Once the remote media stream is switched to the low stream due to poor network conditions, you can monitor the stream change between a high and low stream in the
onRemoteVideoStatscallback. When the remotely subscribed video stream falls back to
audio onlyor when the audio-only stream switches back to the video stream, the SDK triggers the