Statistics of the remote audio.
Packet loss rate in the reported interval.
The total audio freeze time as a percentage (%) of the total time when the audio is available.
Network delay (ms) from the receiver to the jitter buffer.
When the receiver is an audience member and
1, this parameter does not take effect.
The quality of the remote audio stream as determined by the Agora real-time audio MOS (Mean Opinion Score) measurement method in the reported interval. The return value ranges from 0 to 500. Dividing the return value by 100 gets the MOS score, which ranges from 0 to 5. The higher the score, the better the audio quality.
Network delay (ms) from the sender to the receiver.
The number of channels.
The total active time (ms) of the remote audio stream after the remote user publish the audio stream.
Quality of experience (QoE) of the local user when receiving a remote audio stream. See
Audio quality received by the user.
The reason for poor QoE of the local user when receiving a remote audio stream. See
The average bitrate (Kbps) of the received audio stream in the reported interval.
The sample rate (Hz) of the received audio stream in the reported interval.
The total time (ms) when the remote user in the
Communication profile or the remote broadcaster in the
LiveBroadcasting profile neither stops sending the audio stream nor disables the audio module after joining the channel.
The total freeze time (ms) of the remote audio stream after the remote user joins the channel. In the reported interval, audio freeze occurs when the audio frame loss rate reaches 4%. totalFrozenTime = The audio freeze time × 2 × 1000 (ms).
User ID of the user sending the audio streams.