Learn the details of building on the Vonage Video API platform.
Basic Vonage Video API functionality
Creating a session
Create an Vonage Video API session that clients can connect to, publish streams to, and subscribe to streams within.
Creating a token
Create a token that grants a client access to a session.
Joining a session
Connect to and disconnect from Vonage Video API sessions, and find out when other clients have connected and disconnected.
Publishing a stream
Publish a video and audio stream in a session that others can view by subscribing to it.
Subscribing to a stream
View the video and audio stream published by another.
Adjusting audio and video
Toggle video and audio in a stream.
Customizing the UI
Configure the appearance of Vonage Video API elements.
Using the Vonage Media Processor
Use the Vonage Media Processor library to apply audio and video transformers to
published streams. You can also and applying your own custom media tranformations to published streams.
Use the Live Captions API to transcribe audio streams and generate real-time captions
for your application.
Experience Composer captures immersive web application experiences —
including whiteboards, chats, branding, and customer elements — for both video broadcast and recording.
Using the Video API Enterprise environment.
Sharing your screen with other clients.
Monitoring session activity from your app server.
Remove clients, force them to stop publishing a stream, or mute a stream's audio.
Sending text and data to other clients in the session.
Prioritize audio in response to network quality.
Lets you record, save, and retrieve Vonage Video API sessions.
Share your Vonage Video API sessions with large audiences.
Send audio from a Vonage Video API session to a WebSocket.
Connect a Vonage Video API session to your SIP gateway.
Optimizations for voice-only sessions.
Encrypt media being sent through a media server from your application.
Allowed IP list
The allowed IP list feature lets projects using the Enterprise environment know
IP addresses of Vonage Video API servers.
Programatically obtaining metadata about your video calls
Information on video codecs supported in the Vonage Video API
Improve the quality of video in multi-party sessions
Considerations when developing for a mobile device
Considerations on using 1080p video streams
Important information on handling exceptions, including errors when connecting to a session or publishing
Debugging during development
Tips for building your app
Considerations when developing secure Vonage Video API apps
Restricted Network Guidelines
A decision tree for deploying a Vonage Video API client in a restricted network
Managing multiple projects in your Vonage Video API account
Configurable TURN servers
Configure the TURN servers used by Vonage Video API clients
Use your own proxy server to route non-media traffic—such as Video API calls,
WebSocket connections, and log traffic—within a highly restrictive
Use the Vonage Video EU proxy server to route all non-media traffic—such
as Video API calls, WebSocket connections, and log traffic—within the EU.
Use the Vonage Video China Relay to route all non-media traffic—such
as Video API calls, WebSocket connections, and log traffic—within China.
Advanced media stream encryption
Using AES-256 encryption of media streams