Interface in charge of displaying the media streams in the HTML DOM. This wraps any Publisher and Subscriber object. You can insert as many video players fo the same Stream as you want by calling StreamManager.addVideoElement or StreamManager.createVideoElement.
The use of StreamManager wrapper is particularly useful when you don't need to differentiate between Publisher or Subscriber streams or just want to directly manage your own video elements (even more than one video element per Stream). This scenario is pretty common in declarative, MVC frontend frameworks such as Angular, React or Vue.js
id attribute of the DOM video element displaying the Publisher/Subscriber's stream. This property is only defined if:
The Stream represented in the DOM by the Publisher/Subscriber
The DOM HTMLElement assigned as target element when creating the video for the Publisher/Subscriber. This property is only defined if:
All the videos displaying the Stream of this Publisher/Subscriber
Calling this method with a video already added to other Publisher/Subscriber will cause the video element to be disassociated from that previous Publisher/Subscriber and to be associated to this one.
1 if the video wasn't associated to any other Publisher/Subscriber and has been successfully added to this one. 0 if the video was already added to this Publisher/Subscriber. -1 if the video was previously associated to any other Publisher/Subscriber and has been successfully disassociated from that one and properly added to this one.
Creates a new video element displaying this stream. This allows you to have multiple video elements displaying the same media stream.
The Publisher/Subscriber object will dispatch a
videoElementCreated event once the HTML video element has been added to DOM. See VideoElementEvent
HTML DOM element (or its
id attribute) in which the video element of the Publisher/Subscriber will be inserted
How the video element will be inserted accordingly to
The created HTMLVideoElement
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