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RTCRtpTransceiver interface indicates whether or not the
transceiver's associated sender and receiver have both been stopped.
The transceiver is stopped if the
method has been called or if a change to either the local or the remote description has
caused the transceiver to be stopped for some reason.
var isStopped = RTCRtpTransceiver.stopped;
This property is deprecated and will be removed in the future. Instead, look
at the value of
Its value is
stopped if the transceiver has stopped.
Note: Currently only Firefox implements
has not yet been updated to implement this change.
|WebRTC 1.0: Real-time Communication Between Browsers
The definition of 'RTCRtpTransceiver.stopped' in that specification.
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