a) Build your project at Android Studio
b) Copy the jar package from the demo project libs directory to your project and introduce the following jar libraries，class.jar is the wrapper library, the source code is in the mylibrary project, MSC and PGNPP are video libraries, and mpermissions is the third party dynamic permissions application library.
c) Create the jniLibs folder in the project src/main directory and copy the *.so suffix files in the demo project to the jniLibs folder.
d) Permissions configuration, add the following permissions in AndroidManifest.xml.
a) Initializes the network library, not blocking, and calls when the program starts
public native int initLib(int app_id, String domain, int port, String version);
app_id It is stored in the manifest file to distinguish different version channels
domain Server IP
Port Server port
Version The current version
Returen The non-zero is the error code (the error code query is in the NetInfo file)
b) Anti-initialization network library, blocking type, call at the end of program.
Returen The non-zero is the error code
public native int cleanupLib();
public native int onLogin(LoginAccount loginAccount);
The callback parameter: NetInfo.QHC_CMD_LOGIN_RSP
0 - Success, Other - Error code
In the NetApi, there are two callback methods, and the showRecv handles the usual method callback, showVideo processing the video callback.
void showRecv(int cmd, int result, Object obj, long seq);
cmd: The command word for callback;
result: Error code 0 - Success, Other - Error code;
obj: The data returned by the JNI layer request network;
seq：It requests a code that corresponds to the seq value for each request;
void showVideo(int handle, byte data, int len, width, int height, int sec, int type);
handle: Open the video session;
data: Audio data (PCM data) or video data (RGB565 image data);
len: The length of the data;
width：Width of the video;
height: Video height;
type: The data type, 1 - I-frame, 2 - P-frame, 3 - audio;
Party A：Shenzhen Sanbot Innovation Cloud Technology Co., Ltd.
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