We have a question regarding a piece of functionality of your JS SDK.
Is it possible to get a realtime info on who’s the active speaker? We don’t necessarily have to obtain the info via that library, any approach resulting in our system getting that info would be great.
Results of our own research on this topic are:
We did find a web hook to send us a recording with active speaker info but that’s not realtime and is therefore not helpful to us
The Zoom APP SDK does appear to have this functionality but, apparently, it requires the host of the meeting to install the app inside their own zoom client. We’re also not sure how this would work with our meetings that created via API. Is there a way of using this SDK without forcing the meetings’ hosts to install a zoom app?
There’s an undocumented event listener
inMeetingServiceListener(Web SDK ZoomMtg inMeetingServiceListener) which provides events like user joining or leaving the meeting. Is it possible to use this to provide info on active speaker somehow?
Windows SDK provides this functionality via
onUserAudioStatusChangeevent: zoom-sdk-windows/EventMgr.cpp at 69f8ff8310a4e52fd26be42d7547854484600940 · zoom/zoom-sdk-windows · GitHub. Is there some counterpart to this functionality inside the ‘@zoomus/websdk’ library?