Presenting you the Embed video calls
Following our announcement on launching the pre-built in the previous blog, we are excited to deliver the manual for the same. This blog will get the readers up and running with the pre-built in no time.
Embedding a video call to your application becomes easy with videosdk.live. With our Pre-built, you can add video calls on your website and application with just a few lines of code and nothing could be simpler than this. You can share URLs to the participants for the video calls and accommodate more than 5000 people over the same call.
We provide you with a free set-up to experience how to use our prebuilt so you can make the best of it. We also offer you 10,000 minutes, free every month.
For better understanding, we have divided the prebuilt setup into a few steps. Each step describes the code snippet that one needs to use while constructing integrating the SDK.
The prebuilt has codes that sometimes become difficult for a fresher or an inexperienced developer. In that case, one can take the help of a developer to configure the setup. In aid, you can always reach us, we provide 24/7 customer support for our clients.
- 10,000 minutes free each month
- Participant capacity up to 5,000
- End-to-end encrypted calls
- HD and Full HD Video calls
- Audio support of 16kHz to 48kHz
- 360 Spatial Audio
- Intelligence Active Speaker Switch
- Real-time messaging
- Cloud recording
- Whiteboard and poll support
- HIPAA Compliance in enterprise mode
Let's begin with the prebuilt setup. Read all the steps carefully before installing one in your application.
Visit https://app.videosdk.live and signup with your Google or Github account to generate a new API key to run the prebuilt.
Note: You can also use official Npm package: rtc-js-prebuilt
Create an index.html file and add the following <script> tag at the end of your code's <body> tag. Initialize VideoSDKMeeting after the script gets loaded. Replace the apiKey with the one generated in Step 2.
Install any HTTP server if you don't already have one and run the server to join the meeting from the browser.
and open http://localhost/index.html in your web browser
Also check out this example code on github or download the full source code and unzip on your computer to get started quickly.
Find our documentation here: