WebRTC Weekly Issue #146 - November 16, 2016

Here is the latest on WebRTC  from your friends at webrtcweekly.com.

Before we begin:

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Tokbox: Brands Introduce Live Video Chat Powered by WebRTC to Increase Revenue (Blacc Spot Media)
Blacc Spot Media with an overview of a recent TokBox whitepaper.

Whatsapp rolls forward adding video (theverge.com)
No big surprise, Whatsapp adding voice to the existing video service. Is it WebRTC? We’re digging to find out


How to Recover Lost Media Packets in WebRTC using Forward Error Correction (callstats.io)
An explanation of how FEC works when it uses a XOR correction mechanism.

Use Cases and Customer Wins

Qwingle: For Quick, Productive Conversations (Sinch)
Timed calls with a subject line.


Check out the enhancements we’ve made to testRTC (testRTC)
testRTC with a new release, focused on user access and larger scale.

High quality Speech Recognition is now available (VoxImplant)
VoxImplant makes use of Google’s Speech API and introduces speech recognition capabilities.

OpenWebRTC in WebKit Upstream Complete (WebRTC in WebKit)
The main question here is will this get into Safari or not.

Javascript SDK 2.4 with Video Chat (WebRTC) stream recording (beta) (Quickblox)
Quickblox adds recording capabilities. Alas, only to their JS client and only client-side recording.

Callstats.io Integrates with Voximplant (callstats.io)
Callstats.io continues offering integration to platforms. This time – VoxImplant.

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