How to sent streaming data to UIView

by da1lbi3   Last Updated July 12, 2019 14:26 PM - source

I have two classes, WebRTCParent what handles all the video stuff. And parentUnitViewController that gets the final result.

class WebRTCParent: NSObject {}

class ParentUnitViewController: UIViewController {
    @IBOutlet weak var remoteView: UIView!
    let webRTCParent = WebRTCParent()
}

When a video is received from the other party, this function is called:

func peerConnection(_ peerConnection: RTCPeerConnection, didAdd stream: RTCMediaStream) {
        print("peerConnection did add stream")

        if (stream.audioTracks.count > 1) {
            print("Weird-looking stream: " + stream.description)
            return
        }

        let audioSession = AVAudioSession.sharedInstance()

        do {

            try audioSession.overrideOutputAudioPort(AVAudioSession.PortOverride.speaker)
        } catch let error as NSError {
            print("audioSession error: \(error.localizedDescription)")
        }

        if (stream.videoTracks.count == 1) {
            print("media stream ontvangen met video")

            self.remoteVideoTrack = stream.videoTracks[0]
            self.remoteVideoTrack?.isEnabled = true


            self.delegate?.webRTCParent(self, remoteVideo: self.remoteVideoTrack!)

        }

    } 

So far so good, but how do I add the RTCMediaStream to the view? I have tried it with the delegate, but it seems to close the stream within a few seconds.

Is it possible with a delegate? Or how should I do this?

Tags : swift webrtc


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