WebRTC Weekly Issue #217 - March 28, 2018

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


200,000,000 Monthly Active Users (Telegram)
With all the fuss around Facebook (Messenger and Whatsapp owner), Telegram should be pleased.

HEVC Advance relaxes royalty fees on non-physical content distribution (Streamroot)
Who is going to flinch next as we’re headed towards royalty free video codecs future?


Behind the scenes: how to share a Live Stream sponsored
Need to live stream to a large audience? Here’s how to use nanoStream WebRTC.live, nanoStream Cloud and nanoStream H5Live Player

WebRTC M66 Release Notes (discuss-webrtc)
Fixes to Opus DTX now makes it usable for video calling.

Media/WebRTC/ReleaseNotes/60 (Mozilla wiki)
A slew of bug fixes in the next release of Firefox.

YouTube Does WebRTC – Here’s How (webrtcHacks)
An analysis of YouTube’s use of WebRTC for broadcasting.

WebRTC & SIP: The Demo (webRTC.ventures)
A walkthrough of using Asterisk to connect WebRTC using SIP.

Automate Your Twilio Contact Center Testing with testRTC (Twilio)
Walkthrough for testing PSTN<–>WebRTC scenarios built on Twilio’s contact center reference app.

Build live video mobile apps with OpenTok React Native (TokBox)
OpenTok explains about their React Native SDK.

IETF’101 “Identity Assessment in #Webrtc” Hackathon (WebRTC by Dr Alex)
Alex gives a peek into the identity verification work done by the IETF and W3C.

Use Cases and Customer Wins

None this week.


Kurento 6.7: Moving Forward (Kurento)
Kurento is back to life.

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