Native Android SDK
Ziggeo's native Android SDK is the best video SDK out there for native video recording and playback with the ability to set recording time limits, background uploads and fine-grained permissions.
Ziggeo’s Android SDK is the best video recording/playback SDK out there. See below for details.
Native Video Recording
- Find our Android SDK recorder here on GitHub.
- Native video recording with our video SDK within any Android app
- Users can upload their own videos as well
- Recording time limits can be set
- Re-recording can be configured within our Android SDK video recorder
- Users can select their favorite cover shot after Android video recording
- Background uploads for video SDKs
Native Video Playback
- Android video player becomes component of app
- Recorded videos can be configured to play back immediately on your phone
- Fine-grained permissions for viewing of videos (allow only those with permission to view videos)
- Lightning-fast worldwide Content Delivery Network
- Videos are uploaded in the background
- Other features in the app can be used while videos are being uploaded
- Results in more efficient use of time while on app
DemosTry out our Android SDK 2.0 here on GitHub, including demo applications.
Frequently Asked Questions
I do not see support for new mobile application framework called ...
As new frameworks are released we look into them. It is often the case that we already have the SDK on our Github pages and that this page might not have yet been updated to showcase the same. It is also possible that we are internally working on it and nothing was yet released publicly. To be fair, it might also happen that we do not hear about the one you are interested. In all cases it is best to reach out to our support to see more details about the support.
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Are there any requirements for using any of Ziggeo Mobile SDKs?
You would need to have an account created on Ziggeo. If not already, you can make one here. Once you have the account and you grab the SDK of your preference you will see in the readme file of each SDK if there are any libraries or dependencies that you might need to make available to create your apps.