I’m currently writing some C++ code to get raw audio data for a meeting. This isn’t available in the C# wrapper which is why I’m using the C++ SDK.
In C#, there is this nice concept got the current instance which you can always retrieve via
ZOOM_SDK_DOTNET_WRAP.CZoomSDKeDotNetWrap.Instance to perform operations. I’m wondering:
- Is there an equivalent function in C++ that I can retrieve the current instance from? Specifically, I need an instance of the object I can call
- If I am using both the C++ SDK as well as the C# wrapper, will the “Current Instance” for both the C# and C++ code refer to the same object?
Which Windows Client SDK version?
Device (please complete the following information):
- OS: Windows 10