MediaStreamConstraints dictionary is used when calling
getUserMedia() to specify what kinds of tracks should be included in the returned
MediaStream, and, optionally, to establish constraints for those tracks' settings.
To learn more about how constraints work, see Capabilities, constraints, and settings.
Some combination—but not necessarily all—of the following properties will exist on the object.
- Either a Boolean (which indicates whether or not a video track is requested) or a
MediaTrackConstraintsobject providing the constraints which must be met by the video track included in the returned
MediaStream. If constraints are specified, a video track is inherently requested.
- Either a Boolean (which indicates whether or not an audio track is requested) or a
MediaTrackConstraintsobject providing the constraints which must be met by the audio track included in the returned
MediaStream. If constraints are specified, an audio track is inherently requested.
DOMStringidentifying the peer who has sole access to the stream. If this property is specified, only the indicated peer can receive and use the stream. Streams isolated in this way can only be displayed in a media element (
<video>) where the content is protected just as if CORS cross-origin rules were in effect.
|Feature||Chrome||Firefox (Gecko)||Microsoft Edge||Internet Explorer||Opera||Safari|
|Basic support||53.0||38 (38)||?||No support||(Yes)||?|
|Feature||Android||Android Webview||Firefox Mobile (Gecko)||IE Mobile||Opera Mobile||Safari Mobile||Chrome for Android|
|Basic support||?||53.0||38.0 (38)||No support||?||?||53.0|