getContributingSources() method of the
RTCRtpReceiver interface returns an array of objects, each corresponding to one CSRC (contributing source) identifier received by the current
RTCRtpReceiver in the last ten seconds.
An array of objects, each describing one of the contributing sources that provided data to the incoming stream in the past ten seconds. These objects contain the following properties:
A floating-point value between 0.0 and 1.0 specifying the audio level contained in the last RTP packet played from the contributing source.
The value is on a linear scale and is defined in units of dBov, or decibels (overload). This is the amplitude relative to the point at which clipping of the audio begins to occur. A value of 1.0 represents 0 dBov (maximum volume), a value of 0.0 represents silence, and a value of 0.5 represents approximately 6 dB SPL (decibels of sound pressure level) change in the sound pressure level from 0 dBov.
If this property is not present then no volume level was provided by the source.
The RTP timestamp (an integer
DOMHighResTimeStamp) of the media. This source-generated timestamp indicates the time at which the media in this packet, scheduled for play out at the time indicated by
timestamp, was initially sampled or generated. It may be useful for sequencing and synchronization purposes.
A positive integer value specifying the CSRC identifier of the contributing source. This uniquely identifies the source of the particular stream RTP packets.
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