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CloudHub JSSDK Browser support table

window 7+

CodingGoogleFirefoxEdge360 browser (speed mode)OperaQQ browserMicrosoft EdgeOther browsers
vp8v>=50v>=56v>17134 (not supported by some machines)v>=10v>=50v>=10not supported by some machinesLook at the browser kernel
h264v>=52Not currently supportedv>17134 (not supported by some machines)v>=10v>=50v>=10Not supported by some machinesLook at the browser kernel

macOS 10+

CodingGoogleFirefoxsafariOperaQQ browserOther browsers
vp8v>=50v>=56v>=12.1v>=50Look at the browser kernel
h264v>=52Not currently supportedv>=11v>=50Look at the browser kernel

IOS 11+

CodeGoogleWeChat built-in browserQQ built-in browserOther browsersRemarks
vp8v>=12.1
h264v>=11

Android 4.1+

CodeGoogleWeChat built-in browserQQ built-in browserOther browsersRemarks
vp8✔(Partially not supported)
h264✔(Partially not supported)

Note:

Usage restrictions

Due to differences in browsers, the functions supported on different browsers and platforms may be different. The known limitations of browsers and platforms are listed below. Chrome 81 and above, Safari and Firefox browsers need to obtain the media device permission before obtaining the device ID. For details, please refer to Integration Type FAQ Why Cannot Obtain the Device ID on the Chrome 81 Browser ?

Chrome

CloudHub JSSDK is based on WebRTC to achieve collection and encoding and decoding, and Chrome is the first batch of pioneers to support WebRTC, so the restrictions on Chrome are the least, known restrictions:

Safari

Firefox

Edge