Quick Start

This article explains how to build your own application to control Video Transport native apps (VT_Publisher, VT_Receiver, and VT_Server) using Socket.IO. This is a great way to build a white-labeled solution based on Medialooks Video Transport technology. Currently available only with the on-prem edition of Video Transport.

Below, you can download our VT API sample written on C# and its source code.

Download Sample

How to run the SocketIOSample.exe:

  1. Download Video Transport on each location that you are going to use in your scenario.

  2. Start VT_Publisher.exe, VT_Receiver.exe or VT_Server.exe

  3. Start SocketIOSample.exe

  4. Load your special VT API license from the file and press Connect Button

  5. The connection to signaling will be initiated.

You will need a special license to work with VT API which you can request through support or sales.

This license must have the following JSON properties:

  • username

  • password

  • room_name (you can get it from publisher_id if it is present in your license)

  • signaling_url

Read the next page to know how to establish a connection to signaling.

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