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VIInboundVideoStats

Class that represents statistics for inbound VIVideoStream. Available in VIEndpointStats.

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bytesReceived

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@property (assign, readonly, nonatomic) 

NSUInteger

bytesReceived

Total number of bytes received within the video stream.

Returns

  • type:

    NSUInteger

codec

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@property (strong, nullable, readonly, nonatomic) 

NSString *

codec

Video codec name for the video stream, e.g. "VP8".

Returns

  • type:

    NSString *

frameHeight

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@property (assign, readonly, nonatomic) 

NSUInteger

frameHeight

Video frame height received within the video stream at the moment the statistics are collected.

Returns

  • type:

    NSUInteger

frameWidth

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@property (assign, readonly, nonatomic) 

NSUInteger

frameWidth

Video frame width received within the video stream at the moment the statistics are collected.

Returns

  • type:

    NSUInteger

jitterBufferMs

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@property (assign, readonly, nonatomic) 

NSTimeInterval

jitterBufferMs

Temporary storage buffer used to capture incoming data packets.

It is used to ensure the continuity of streams by smoothing out packet arrival times during periods of network congestion.

Measured in milliseconds.

Returns

  • type:

    NSTimeInterval

loss

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@property (assign, readonly, nonatomic) 

double

loss

Packet loss in the video stream. Values are in the range 0..1, where 0 means no loss and 1 means full loss.

Returns

  • type:

    double

packetsLost

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@property (assign, readonly, nonatomic) 

NSUInteger

packetsLost

Total number of video packets lost for the video stream.

Returns

  • type:

    NSUInteger

packetsReceived

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@property (assign, readonly, nonatomic) 

NSUInteger

packetsReceived

Total number of packets received within the video stream.

Returns

  • type:

    NSUInteger

timestamp

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@property (assign, readonly, nonatomic) 

NSTimeInterval

timestamp

The time at which the call statistics are collected, relative to the UNIX epoch (Jan 1, 1970, UTC), in microseconds.

Returns

  • type:

    NSTimeInterval