Posted On: Jul 7, 2021
The Amazon Chime SDK lets developers add real-time audio, video, screen share, and messaging capabilities to their web or mobile applications. Starting today, developers can capture the contents of their Amazon Chime SDK meeting and save them to an Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3) bucket of their choice with media capture pipelines. This new feature captures meeting audio, video, and content share streams in 5 second segments and directly delivers them, along with meeting events and data messages, to developer’s designated S3 bucket.
The media capture pipeline with the Amazon Chime SDK provides developers with the ability to capture a single stream of the active speaker video along with the combined meeting audio. By request, developers can choose to capture individual video tile steams instead of the active speaker video stream, with a separate combined meeting audio stream. In addition, developers can request to only capture the combined meeting audio.
To learn more about the Amazon Chime SDK, and the media capture pipeline feature, review the following resources: