Twilio’s Video Recording Rules API Moves into General Availability

Twilio has provided an update for developers on the status of the beta Video Recording Rules API, which will now move into general availability. The API helps developers handle call recording at a far more granular level than previously possible. Twilio has also added new code samples to help users get started with Integration

Previously the Twilio video recording system would only allow for all call participants to be recorded or none, based on what was decided at the beginning of the call. Twilio has been developing the beta version of the recording rules API in order to address this issue and enable an enhanced developer experience. 

The general availability of this new API makes it simple for developers to set rules that will dictate when content is recorded and for how long, start and stop recordings at any time, and select between recording video, audio, or both tracks. 

Make sure to check out the updated Documentation for the API to view code samples, an overview of recording rules semantics, and more. 

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