Checking Liveness and Face Biometry

If you use our SDK just for capturing videos, omit this step.

To check liveness and face biometry, you need to upload media to our system and then analyze them.

To interpret the results of analyses, please refer to Types of Analyses.

Here’s an example of performing a check:

analysisCancelable = AnalysisRequest.Builder()
 // mediaToAnalyze is an array of OzAbstractMedia that were captured or otherwise created 
    .addAnalysis(Analysis(Analysis.Type.QUALITY, Analysis.Mode.SERVER_BASED, mediaToAnalyze))// or ON_DEVICE if you want the on-device analysis
//initiating the analyses and setting up a listener
    .run(object : AnalysisRequest.AnalysisListener {
        override fun onStatusChange(status: AnalysisRequest.AnalysisStatus) { handleStatus(status) // or your status handler
        override fun onSuccess(result: RequestResult) {
            handleResults(result) // or your result handler
        override fun onError(error: OzException) { handleError(error) // or your error handler 

To delete media files after the checks are finished, use the clearActionVideos method.

Adding Metadata

To add metadata to a folder, use the addFolderMeta method.

            "key1" to "value1",
            "key2" to "value2"

Extracting the Best Shot

In the params field of the Analysis structure, you can pass any additional parameters (key + value), for instance, to extract the best shot on the server side.

mapOf("extract_best_shot" to true)

Using Media from Another SDK

To use a media file that is captured with another SDK (not Oz Android SDK), specify the path to it in OzAbstractMedia:

       val file = File(context.filesDir, "media.mp4") // use context.getExternalFilesDir(null) instead of context.filesDir for external app storage
       val media = OzAbsractMedia.OzVideo(OzMediaTag.VideoSelfieSmile, file.absolutePath)

Adding Media to a Certain Folder

If you want to add your media to the existing folder, use the setFolderId method:


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