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It's possible to implement a custom LivePlaybackSpeedControl, or to customize the default implementation, which is DefaultLivePlaybackSpeedControl. In both cases, an instance can be set when building the player: ExoPlayer. setLivePlaybackSpeedControl( DefaultLivePlaybackSpeedControl. setFallbackMaxPlaybackSpeed(1. 04f). build() new ExoPlayer. setLivePlaybackSpeedControl( new DefaultLivePlaybackSpeedControl. Live streaming | Android DevelopersExoPlayer plays most adaptive live streams out-of-the-box without any special configuration. See the Supported Formats page for more details. Adaptive live streams offer a window of available media that is updated in regular intervals to move with the current real-time. That means the playback position will always be somewhere in this window, in most cases close to the current real-time at which the stream is being produced. The difference between the current real-time and the playback position is called the live offset. Detecting and monitoring live playbacks Every time a live window is updated, registered Player. If the network then becomes stable enough to support playing closer to the live edge again, the player will speed up playback to move back toward the target live offset. If automatic playback speed adjustment is not desired, it can be disabled by setting minPlaybackSpeed and maxPlaybackSpeed properties to 1. 0f. Similarly, it can be enabled for non-low-latency live streams by setting these explicitly to values other than 1. 0f. See the configuration section above for more details on how these properties can be set. Customizing the playback speed adjustment algorithm If speed adjustment is enabled, a LivePlaybackSpeedControl defines what adjustments are made. build(); Relevant customization parameters of DefaultLivePlaybackSpeedControl are: fallbackMinPlaybackSpeed and fallbackMaxPlaybackSpeed: The minimum and maximum playback speeds that can be used for adjustment if neither the media nor the app-provided MediaItem define limits. proportionalControlFactor: Controls how smooth the speed adjustment is. A high value makes adjustments more sudden and reactive, but also more likely to be audible. setUri(mediaUri). setLiveConfiguration( MediaItem. LiveConfiguration. setMaxPlaybackSpeed(1. 02f). build()). build() player. setMediaItem(mediaItem) Java ExoPlayer player = new ExoPlayer. setMediaSourceFactory( new DefaultMediaSourceFactory(context). build(); MediaItem mediaItem = new MediaItem. setLiveConfiguration( new MediaItem. build(); player. setMediaItem(mediaItem); Available configuration values are: targetOffsetMs: The target live offset. Even when adjusting the offset to current network conditions, the player will not attempt to get above minPlaybackSpeed: The minimum playback speed the player can use to fall back when trying to reach the target live offset. maxPlaybackSpeed: The maximum playback speed the player can use to catch up Playback speed adjustment When playing a low-latency live stream, ExoPlayer adjusts the live offset by slightly changing the playback speed. The player will try to match the target live offset provided by the media or the app, but will also try to react to changing network conditions. For example, if rebuffers occur during playback, the player will slow down playback slightly to move further away from the live edge. Builder. setLiveConfiguration. Global default values set on DefaultMediaSourceFactory. Values read directly from the media. Kotlin // Global settings. val player = ExoPlayer. Builder(context). setMediaSourceFactory(DefaultMediaSourceFactory(context). setLiveTargetOffsetMs(5000)). build() // Per MediaItem settings. val mediaItem = MediaItem. Builder(). Live playback UI ExoPlayer's default UI components show the duration of the live window and the current playback position within it. This means the position will appear to jump backwards each time the live window is updated. If you need different behavior, for example showing the Unix time or the current live offset, you can fork PlayerControlView and modify it to suit your needs. Configuring live playback parameters ExoPlayer uses some parameters to control the offset of the playback position from the live edge, and the range of playback speeds that can be used to adjust this offset. ExoPlayer gets values for these parameters from three places, in descending order of priority (the first value found is used): Per MediaItem values passed to MediaItem. getCurrentWindowIndex and Timeline. getWindow. Within the Window: Window. liveConfiguration contains the target live offset and live offset adjustment parameters. These values are based on information in the media and any app-provided overrides set in MediaItem. liveConfiguration. Window. windowStartTimeMs is the time since the Unix Epoch at which the live window starts. Listener instances will receive an onTimelineChanged event. You can retrieve details about the current live playback by querying various Player and Timeline. Window methods, as listed below and shown in the following figure. Player. isCurrentWindowLive indicates whether the currently playing media item is a live stream. This value is still true even if the live stream has ended. Player. isCurrentWindowDynamic indicates whether the currently playing media item is still being updated. This is usually true for live streams that are not yet ended. Note that this flag is also true for non-live streams in some cases. Player. Window. getCurrentUnixTimeMs is the time since the Unix Epoch of the current real-time. This value may be corrected by a known clock difference between the server and the client. Window. getDefaultPositionMs is the position in the live window at which the player will start playback by default. Seeking in live streams You can seek to anywhere within the live window using Player. seekTo. The seek position passed is relative to the start of the live window. For example, seekTo(0) will seek to the start of the live window. getCurrentLiveOffset returns the offset between the current real time and the playback position (if available). Player. getDuration returns the length of the current live window. Player. getCurrentPosition returns the playback position relative to the start of the live window. Player. getCurrentMediaItem returns the current media item, where MediaItem. liveConfiguration contains app-provided overrides for the target live offset and live offset adjustment parameters. Player. getCurrentTimeline returns the current media structure in a Timeline. The current Timeline. Window can be retrieved from the Timeline using Player. Rwanda vs Sierra Leone, Match 12, West Africa T20I Trophy View live and detailed score report for Rwanda vs Sierra Leone Match 12 , West Africa T20I Trophy, including stats.