ssrc property provides the Synchronization Source
(SSRC), an integer which uniquely identifies the source of the RTP
packets whose statistics are covered by the
var ssrc = RTCRtpStreamStats.ssrc;
The Synchronization Source (SSRC) is a 32-bit integer uniquely identifying the source
of the RTP packets whose statistics are covered by the
object of which this
RTCRtpStreamStats object is a component.
The manner in which these values are generated is not mandated by the specification,
although it does make recommendations. You should not make any assumptions based on the
ssrc other than that any two objects with the same
ssrc value refer to the same source. See RFC 3550, section 8 for
additional information about
Note: The specification includes an example that generates values
ssrc using MD5. While not part of the standard, exactly, it is a good
mechanism that may be used by some browsers; others may use other methods, such as
random number generators. Do not rely upon these values meaning anything
other than "these objects are associated with the same source."
|Identifiers for WebRTC's Statistics API
The definition of 'RTCRtpStreamStats.ssrc' in that specification.
|Candidate Recommendation||Initial definition.|
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