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volume property is a read-only Boolean value which is
present (and set to
true) in the object returned by
MediaDevices.getSupportedConstraints() if and only if the
user agent supports the
volume constraint. If the
constraint isn't supported, it's not included in the list, so this value will never be
You can access the supported constraints dictionary by calling
This property is present in the dictionary (and its value is always
if the user agent supports the
volume constraint. If the property isn't
present, this property is missing from the supported constraints dictionary, and you'll
undefined if you try to look at its value.
const result = document.getElementById("result"); const supported = navigator.mediaDevices.getSupportedConstraints().volume; result.textContent = supported ? "Supported!" : "Not supported!";
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