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the Chrome can not show vedio

song_w_
Beginner
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we have installed peer server, and can connect to server by using andoriod sample.

in the chrome client, we can login in. and invite another which from andriod, the andorid user can get the invite and accpeted the invite.

but we can not see the video even if the andorid user sharting vdeio.

 

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Chunbo_H_Intel1
Employee
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Hi,

Could you tell us the Android OS version and phone model? The log file upload would better help us analyze your issue.

Thanks!

Jin_L_
Beginner
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We have the same problem, only Firefox could share video.

Chunbo_H_Intel1
Employee
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Will you tell us the Android OS version and phone model? The log file upload would better help us analyze your issue as well.

Thanks!

Jin_L_
Beginner
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For testing WebRTC / getUserMedia applications with Chrome without ssl one can load the WebRTC application from:

Of course that just allows testing on the local machine. Distributed scenarios with multiple machines for WebRTC applications cannot be tested and demonstrated well by these means - even within the local intranet.

So the developper is forced to use either Firefox or Opera for demonstrations or to provide ssl certificates for the test Web- and signaling server server. It may be assumed that getUserMedia access will be restricted in the future on all browser platforms to secure ssl origins. That's why one should change the local WebRTC test environment already now. Fortunately self signed ssl certificates are still accepted - and hopefully remain so. You may create a self signed certificate for example with openssl. The browser produces a warning for domains which use such a certificate. If you confirm that you trust such a domain nevertheless the browser loads it and you have the right to access the camera via getUserMedia.

But, can someone help me how to install ssl on the windows 10?

 

Chunbo_H_Intel1
Employee
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Great. You will need to google or baidu the guide of SSL installation on Windows 10.

Thanks!

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