• Bandwidth-based pricing starting at $0.0022/min for most use cases
  • Varies by volume & region
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How Twilio Video works
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  • Overview

    Your client application will use Twilio’s Video SDKs for Android, iOS or JavaScript to connect to a Group Room and publish audio and video tracks.

    Media connections will be routed through Twilio’s global media server infrastructure in all cases. You control video presentation and behavior in your client-side code.

    Your back-end server will issue Access Tokens to enforce Room security and use the REST API and webhook notifications to orchestrate and monitor the Room from your back-end server.

  • Capabilities

    Up to 50 Participants: Group Rooms support up to 50 Participants, with up to 2,000 audio or video track publications and/or subscriptions.

    Recording: Record live audio and video for later playback.

    Track Subscription API: Each Participant can choose the specific audio and video tracks it receives. Coming soon

  • Overview

    Your client application will use Twilio’s Video SDKs for Android, iOS or JavaScript to connect to a Peer-to-Peer Room.

    Media connections will be made directly between individual Participants or route through Twilio’s global TURN infrastructure only when required to traverse firewalls. You control video presentation and behavior in your client-side code.

    Your back-end server will issue Access Tokens to enforce Room security and use the REST API and webhook notifications to orchestrate and monitor the Room from your back-end server.

  • Capabilities

    End-to-end encryption: All media is routed Peer-to-Peer or via Twilio’s Global TURN infrastructure and secured using DTLS/SRTP. Twilio can never decrypt the media shared in a Peer-to-Peer Room.

    Up to 10 Participants: Peer-to-Peer Rooms are limited to 10 Participants. Total number of Participants supported in your application will depend on the end user devices joining the Room.

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  • End-to-end encryption

    All Peer-to-Peer Rooms establish a direct DTLS-SRTP connection between participants whenever possible, so your users’ media never even touches our cloud.

  • Secure TURN relay

    When a direct peer-to-peer connection cannot be established, Twilio will relay media through our TURN servers — which can’t decrypt or access the media in any way.

  • Your own TURN servers

    Still want to use your own TURN servers? No problem. Just use our APIs to substitute your own ICE server URLs.

The Twilio advantage
  • Communicate reliably

    Experience a 99.95% uptime SLA made possible with automated failover and zero-maintenance windows.

  • Operate at scale

    Extend the same app you write once to new markets with configurable features for localization and compliance.

  • Many channels

    Use the same platform you know for voice, SMS, video, chat, two-factor authentication, and more.

  • No shenanigans

    Get to market faster with pay-as-you-go pricing, free support, and the freedom to scale up or down without contracts.