BackToBackCall.RemoteMediaFlowState Property


Gets the hint to observe the media flow state between remote participants of this back to back call.

 property Microsoft::Rtc::Collaboration::RemoteMediaFlowState RemoteMediaFlowState { Microsoft::Rtc::Collaboration::RemoteMediaFlowState get(); };
public Microsoft.Rtc.Collaboration.RemoteMediaFlowState RemoteMediaFlowState { get; }
member this.RemoteMediaFlowState : Microsoft.Rtc.Collaboration.RemoteMediaFlowState
Public ReadOnly Property RemoteMediaFlowState As RemoteMediaFlowState

Property Value


The state is inferred primarily based on offer/answer renegotiation for audio video calls. If there is no known way to determine when the media can flow between the remote endpoints, this state will remain Unknown. If the state goes to Connected, it will stay in that state even after the back to back call is terminated. This hint is mainly provided to avoid media clipping for the scenario where one of the call legs is on a conference and a different conversation contains an audio video call to play message for the user involved in this back to back call. If the hint changes to Connecting before the back to back call is established, it is recommended that the application wait for the Connected state before playing any content on the conference.

Applies to