a library connecting the tgcalls Python binding with MTProto
This project consists of two main parts: tgcalls, pytgcalls. The first is a C++ Python extension. The second uses the extension along with MTProto and provides high level SDK. All together, it allows you to create userbots that can record and broadcast in voice chats, make and receive private calls.
from pyrogram import Client, filters from pyrogram.utils import MAX_CHANNEL_ID from pytgcalls import GroupCallFactory app = Client('pytgcalls') group_call = GroupCallFactory(app).get_file_group_call('input.raw') @group_call.on_network_status_changed async def on_network_changed(context, is_connected): chat_id = MAX_CHANNEL_ID - context.full_chat.id if is_connected: await app.send_message(chat_id, 'Successfully joined!') else: await app.send_message(chat_id, 'Disconnected from voice chat..') @app.on_message(filters.outgoing & filters.command('join')) async def join_handler(_, message): await group_call.start(message.chat.id) app.run()
from telethon import TelegramClient, events from pytgcalls import GroupCallFactory app = TelegramClient('pytgcalls', api_id, api_hash).start() group_call_factory = GroupCallFactory(app, GroupCallFactory.MTPROTO_CLIENT_TYPE.TELETHON) group_call = group_call_factory.get_file_group_call('input.raw') @app.on(events.NewMessage(outgoing=True, pattern=r'^/join$')) async def join_handler(event): chat = await event.get_chat() await group_call.start(chat.id) app.run_until_disconnected()
- Python solution.
- Prebuilt wheels for macOS, Linux and Windows.
- Supporting popular MTProto libraries: Pyrogram, Telethon.
- Abstract class to implement own MTProto bridge.
- Work with voice chats in channels and chats.
- Multiply voice chats (example).
- System of custom handlers on events.
- Join as channels or chats.
- Join using invite (speaker) links.
- Speaking status with voice activity detection.
- Mute/unmute, pause/resume, stop/play, volume control and more...
Available sources of input/output data transfers
- Raw (
GroupCallRaw, example with pyav, example of restreaming) — to send and receive data in
bytesdirectly from Python.
- File (
GroupCallFile, playout example, recording example) — to use audio files including named pipe (FIFO).
- Device (
GroupCallDevice, example) — to use system virtual devices. Please don't use it with real microphone, headphones, etc.
Note: All audio data is transmitted in PCM 16 bit, 48k. Example how to convert files using FFmpeg.
- Python 3.6 or higher.
- A Telegram API key.
- Incoming and Outgoing private calls (already there and working, but not in the release version).
- Group Video Calls and more...
pip3 install -U pytgcalls[pyrogram]
pip3 install -U pytgcalls[telethon]
The first part of the project is C++ extensions for Python. Pybind11 was used to write it. Binding occurs to the tgcalls library by Telegram, which is used in all official clients. To implement the binding, the code of Telegram Desktop and Telegram Android was studied. Changes have been made to the Telegram library. All modified code is available as a subtree in this repository. The main ideas of the changes is to improve the sound quality and to add ability to work with third party audio device modules. In addition, this binding implemented custom audio modules. These modules are allowing transfer audio data directly from Python via bytes, transfer and control the playback/recording of a file or a virtual system device.
How to build
Short answer for Linux:
git clone firstname.lastname@example.org:MarshalX/tgcalls.git --recursive cd tgcalls
docker-compose up tgcalls_x86_64
For AArch64 (ARM64):
docker-compose up tgcalls_aarch64
Python wheels will be available in
dist folder in root of
Also, you can investigate into manylinux GitHub Actions builds.
Temporarily, instead of documentation, you can use an example along with MTProto.
This project is implementation of using tgcalls Python binding together with MTProto. By default, this library are supports Pyrogram and Telethon clients for working with Telegram Mobile Protocol. You can write your own implementation of abstract class to work with other libraries.
Learning by example
Visit this page to discover the official examples.
pytgcalls's documentation lives at tgcalls.org.
Audio file formats
RAW files are now used. You will have to convert to this format yourself using ffmpeg. The example how to transcode files from a code is available here.
From mp3 to raw (to play in voice chat):
ffmpeg -i input.mp3 -f s16le -ac 2 -ar 48000 -acodec pcm_s16le input.raw
From raw to mp3 (files with recordings):
ffmpeg -f s16le -ac 2 -ar 48000 -acodec pcm_s16le -i output.raw clear_output.mp3
For playout live stream you can use this one:
ffmpeg -y -i http://stream2.cnmns.net/hope-mp3 -f s16le -ac 2 -ar 48000 -acodec pcm_s16le input.raw
For YouTube videos and live streams you can use youtube-dl:
ffmpeg -i "$(youtube-dl -x -g "https://youtu.be/xhXq9BNndhw")" -f s16le -ac 2 -ar 48000 -acodec pcm_s16le input.raw
And set input.raw as input filename.
You can get help in several ways:
- We have a community of developers helping each other in our Telegram group.
- Report bugs, request new features or ask questions by creating an issue or a discussion.
Contributions of all sizes are welcome.
Special thanks to
- @FrayxRulez for amazing code of Unigram.
- @john-preston for Telegram Desktop and tgcalls.
- @bakatrouble for help and inspiration by pytgvoip.
- @delivrance for Pyrogram.
- @Lonami for Telethon.
You may copy, distribute and modify the software provided that modifications are described and licensed for free under LGPL-3. Derivatives works (including modifications or anything statically linked to the library) can only be redistributed under LGPL-3, but applications that use the library don't have to be.
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