How to create a live broadcasting app
The main goals of the Bambuser broadcast SDKs for Android and iOS are, in order:
- easy to integrate, with a sensible default configuration
- low broadcasting latency
- solid audio broadcasting
- high video frame rate
In order to reach these goals, the SDKs offer fully automatic adaptive scaling of the broadcast video resolution, bitrate and frame rate. By automatically scaling according to the available upload bandwidth, the live broadcast quality will always be as high as the environment allows.
How to start a broadcast
Include the SDK in your app project.
Create a broadcaster instance and configure it with your applicationId.
Run your app and start broadcasting.
A client integrating the broadcasting library starts a broadcast.
The Bambuser backend assigns a unique broadcastId to the broadcast and sends it to the client.
The broadcast is registered in the Bambuser backend and is now visible in the listing APIs. The broadcast's state is now live.
The live broadcast can now be viewed by other clients or on the web.
The client stops broadcasting.
The backend changes the broadcast's state from live to archived.
The archived broadcast can now be viewed on-demand using the same method as when the broadcast was live.