WebRTC Weekly Issue #17 - May 28, 2014

Here’s the latest news this week on WebRTC from your friends at webrtcweekly.com

Before we begin:

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The VCaaS Future: Cloudy With a Chance of Hyperbole (nojitter.com)
Not exactly WebRTC, but rather cloud based enterprise video communications. This is where the “obvious” WebRTC use cases are headed, and even without it this is a crowded space.


Kurento.org: WebRTC, Computer Vision, Augmented Reality, Awesome (webrtchacks.com)
An introduction to Kurento, a general purpose server side media engine for WebRTC.

Lightweight, Live Video in a Webpage With GStreamer and WebRTC (the.randomengineer.com)
This is a helpful quick start guide for those looking to use Janus as their WebRTC gateway/media streamer.

All Your Screens are Belong to Us: Attacks Exploiting the HTML5 Screen Sharing API [PDF] (ieee-security.org)
If security and WebRTC is what you are interested in, then this academic paper is for you. Got that printed out for my weekend reading.

WebRTC your FreeSWITCH (blog.flowroute.com)
A short explanation on how to enable WebRTC in FreeSWITCH. Still in beta, but I know of a few that are using it already with success.

Use Cases and Customer Wins

Real World WebRTC: Your Internet Recording Studio (cio2cmo.com)
Source-Connect is a WebRTC service in beta for studio production, online interview and music teaching.


Lifesize Reinvents Video Collaboration…Again (lifesize.com)
Mostly reinvents Lifesize, shifting from a product company to a service company, offering video cloud service for enterprises – that happens to include WebRTC in it as yet another access point.

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