Class

AVRouteDetector

An object that detects the presences of media playback routes.

Declaration

class AVRouteDetector : NSObject

Overview

When route detection is enabled, AVRouteDetector reports whether multiple playback routes have been detected. If this is the case, AVKit's AVRoutePickerView can be used to allow users to pick from the set of available routes. By default, route detection is disabled.

Topics

Detecting Routes

var isRouteDetectionEnabled: Bool

A Boolean value that indicates whether route detection is enabled.

var multipleRoutesDetected: Bool

A Boolean value that indicates whether more playback routes than the local playback route have been detected.

Relationships

Inherits From

Conforms To

See Also

Media Playback

class AVPlayer

An object that provides the interface to control the player’s transport behavior.

class AVQueuePlayer

A player used to play a number of items in sequence.

class AVPlayerLayer

An object that manages a player's visual output.

class AVPlayerItem

An object used to model the timing and presentation state of an asset played by the player.

class AVPlayerItemMetadataCollector

An object used to capture the date range metadata defined for an HTTP Live Streaming asset.

class AVPlayerItemTrack

An object used to modify the presentation state of an asset track being presented by a player.

class AVSynchronizedLayer

An object used to synchronize with a specific player item.

class AVPlayerMediaSelectionCriteria

An object that specifies the preferred languages and media characteristics for a player.

class AVSampleBufferAudioRenderer

An object used to decompress audio and play compressed or uncompressed audio.

class AVSampleBufferDisplayLayer

An object that displays compressed or uncompressed video frames.

class AVSampleBufferRenderSynchronizer

An object used to synchronize multiple queued sample buffers to a single timeline.

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