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Video Drawable SDK 8.5 Android Native

I am developing on Android SDK Native 8.5 with Android Studio.
I set up a object target recognitor and it works really well.
I would like to play a video on the object when it is recognized and tracked.
With Wikitude Studio i added a video on my model, and with the "preview" function i can see the video with the Wikitude App. 
But i'd like to do this on my app.
I saw that the Video Drawable documentantion it's only for Javascript Android SDK, but i would like to use just native SDK.

Can i implement Video Drawable function with Android Native SDK 8.5?
Thank you.
Alessandro Amedei.

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Hi Alessandro,


The Native API wraps the main functionalities of the Wikitude and  enables the full computer vision power in your app. To keep it lean, the  Native API does not integrate a separate rendering engine, but offers  you the full flexibility in terms of rendering augmented reality content. We only offer samples that show very simple augmenations, so the developers get a feeling of how to work with the Native SDK (we don't offer any samples for Video Drawables though)


So if you don't want to implement the rendering on your own or have a specific rendering engine you wish to use, I recommend you check out the JS SDK which includes a rendering engine.


Greetings

Nicola

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