StreamSDK

Version 2.0 of Video Chat is now called StreamSDK. This system offers the ability to create one-to-one video calls, one-to-many video broadcasts, and streaming right out of Unity’s 3D engine. Version 2.0 of Video Chat includes all new Unity UI examples, as well as a toolbox of functions that will allow you to quickly assemble a custom streaming app with your own look, feel, and design intentions. As always StreamSDK / Video Chat is fully cross compatible with all Unity platforms.

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Video Chat Demos

Download Video Chat Demo for PC

Download Video Chat Demo for Mac

Download Video Chat Demo for Android

 

Car Demos (2-Player View Sharing)

Download Car Demo for PC

Download Car Demo for Mac

 

Car Demos (1-Player Broadcasting to Multiple Instant Viewers)

Download Car Demo Broadcast for PC

Download Car Demo Instant Viewer for PC

Download Car Demo Broadcast for Mac

Download Car Demo Instant Viewer for Mac

 

Car Demos (Server Cloudcasting and Client Cloud Controlling)

Download Car Demo Cloudcast for PC

Download Car Demo Cloud Control for PC

Download Car Demo Cloudcast for Mac

Download Car Demo Cloud Control for Mac

*Note, be sure to set clients to the same Photon Region in the Options menu, otherwise they cannot find each other!

**Note, To increase framerates on older devices, half the resolution in the Options menu until you reach your desired level of performance. Along with lower resolutions, performance gains can be had by setting the optimal framerate in the Options menu (too high or too low are both bad). StreamSDK includes the ability to dynamically adjust framerates, resolutions, etc. on the fly algorithmically according to your performance or bandwidth needs. Examples are included in the SDK.

Consulting

Midnight Status is also available to hire for consulting on integration of StreamSDK into your project, demo, etc. Stream SDK is our product; no one knows it better. We can save you a great deal of time. Contact support@midnightstatus.com for more information on StreamSDK and consulting.