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The AudioDevice API is an advanced API that can be used to create innovative and sophisticated in-app audio capabilities. For example, enable pre-recorded messages to be played in-call, or apply noise reduction algorithms before playing out the received audio.
AudioDevice is a logical device that is used to capture and render audio. The captured audio is sent to the remote party, and the received audio is rendered locally. By default, the SDK uses DefaultAudioDevice which uses the mic for capturing and the local speaker/earpiece/headset for rendering. The
AudioDevice API allows for the creation of custom audio capturers and renderers. See this example and API docs to learn more about custom audio devices.
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