Agora Native SDK 3.6.2 was released on 22nd February 2022.
Dynamic Libraries (macOS)
This update brings the RTM libraries for macOS to XCFramework format. This improves compatibility with different types of Macs (M1), and means that the library is now availabe via Swift Package Manager:
Several new video enhancement properties are now available on all supported platforms:
- Video noise reduction
- Low-light enhancement
- Color enhancement
The associated libraries for these features are as follows:
iOS + macOS: AgoraVideoProcessExtension.xcframework
.so Files Dynamically (Android)
A new method
setAgoraLibPath has been added, which allows you to dynamically load a
.so file based on your specified directory when the app is running.
This can reduce the size of your app! For more information, see this resource:
Passing in native TextureView (Android)
This release adds support for directly using Android native
Audio Device Test (macOS/Windows)
A new function has been added, onAudioDeviceTestVolumeIndication, which reports the volume information of the local audio device being tested.
Additionally the other audio device tests can now be run while in a call, as well as before joining a call.
This release extends
startAudioRecording with support for setting recording with dual channels and higher audio quality.
Screen sharing (macOS)
This release optimizes the screen capture strategy and increases the upper limit of the screen capture frame rate.
Music File Playback
This release optimizes the experience of calling
startAudioMixing to play music files by:
- Reduces issues of audio freezes or no audio when playing music files.
- The audio duration reported by
getAudioFileInfois more accurate.
- Supports more audio file formats. See What formats of audio files does the Agora RTC SDK support.
Audio file formats (iOS/macOS)
This release adds support for playing mono-track mp4 files, and multi-track online files in m4a and mp4 formats.
To enrich application scenarios of the Agora Cloud Proxy, this release updates the cloud proxy types adds a TCP encrypted mode. In this mode, the SDK always transmits data over TCP/TLS 443.
These are just a handful of the updates to the SDK in v3.6.0. To see the full release notes for the native platform you’re using, check out one of the following links: iOS, Android, macOS, and Windows. Head to Agora’s downloads page to get the latest SDK now.