In some scenarios, raw audio captured through the microphone must be processed to achieve the desired functionality or to enhance the user experience. Voice SDK enables you to pre and post process the captured audio for implementation of custom playback effects.
You can use the raw data processing functionality in Voice SDK to process the feed according to your particular scenario. This feature enables you to pre-process the captured signal before sending it to the encoder, or to post-process the decoded signal before playback. To implement processing of raw audio data in your app, you take the following steps.
- Setup an audio frame observer.
- Register the audio frame observer before joining a channel.
- Set the format of audio frames captured by each callback.
- Implement callbacks in the frame observers to process raw audio data.
- Unregister the frame observers before leaving a channel.
The figure below shows the workflow you need to implement to process raw audio data in your app.
To follow this procedure you must have implemented the SDK quickstart project for Voice Calling.
To create the environment necessary to integrate raw audio processing in your app, open the SDK quickstart Voice Calling project you created previously.
When a user captures or receives audio data, the data is available to the app for processing before it is played. This section shows how to retrieve this data and process it, step-by-step.
This sections describes the steps required to use the relevant libraries, declare the necessary variables, and setup audio processing.
Import the required Android and Agora libraries
To integrate Video SDK frame observer libraries into your app, add the following statements after the last
import statement in
To register and use an audio frame observer in your app, take the following steps:
Setup the audio frame observer
IAudioFrameObservergives you access to each audio frame after it is captured or before it is played back. To setup the
IAudioFrameObserver, add the following lines to the
MainActivityclass after variable declarations:
Register the audio frame observer
To receive callbacks declared in
IAudioFrameObserver, you must register the audio frame observer with the Agora Engine, before joining a channel . To specify the format of audio frames captured by each
IAudioFrameObservercallback, use the
setPlaybackAudioFrameParametersmethods. To do this, add the following lines before
Unregister the audio observer when you leave a channel
When you leave a channel, you unregister the frame observer by calling the register frame observer method again with a
nullargument. To do this, add the following lines to the 'joinLeaveChannel(View view)' method before
To ensure that you have implemented raw data processing into your app:
In Android Studio, open
app/java/com.example.<projectname>/MainActivity, and update
tokenwith the values for your temporary token.
iAudioFrameObserverdefinition to add code that processes the raw audio data you receive in the following callbacks
onRecordAudioFrame: Gets the captured audio frame data
onPlaybackAudioFrame: Gets the audio frame for playback
Connect a physical Android device to your development device.
In Android Studio, click Run app. A moment later you see the project installed on your device.
If this is the first time you run the project, grant microphone access to your app.
Press Join to hear the processed audio feed from the web app.
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