WebRTC Weekly Issue #225 - May 23, 2018

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


What is the Value of WebRTC to Your Business? (WebRTC.ventures)
WebRTC.ventures now offering on pre-built customizable reference applications.


Inserting an External Video Stream into a Live Broadcast sponsored
Learn about how to integrate external video directly into a live broadcast

WebRTC M67 Release Notes (discuss-webrtc)
Mostly a bug fixes release.

New Open Source TURN server – pion-TURN (discuss-webrtc)
If you’re looking for something other than coturn. And here’s the direct github link

Explaining the Secure Real-time Transport Protocol (Callstats.io)
A short introduction to SRTP.

Streaming protocols and ultra-low latency including #webrtc (WebRTC by Dr Alex)
Making sense of low latency streaming protocols.

Use Cases and Customer Wins

Introducing Webinars in Zoho Meeting (Zoho)
Zoho adds webinars support.

Interprefy: New Technology Expands the Reach of Interpretation Services (Veeting)
How WebRTC is used for remote interpretation.

Using WebRTC as a new development tool (OnQ)
Qualcomm “excited to keep watching” WebRTC. Would be nice if they joined AOMedia while at it.


OpenTok version 2.14: What’s new and how you can use it (TokBox)
Frame metadata APIs on SDKs and a few other enhancements in this release. There’s also GDPR compliance.

Brand New Insights Captured From Ziggeo’s Release Of In-Depth Video Analytics (Ziggeo)
Ziggeo introduces video analytics in beta.

Agora.io SDK version 2.2: Bitcode support & more in this release (Agora.io)
Agora adds bitcode support to its iOS SDK, along with additional features to its platform.

Testing #WebRTC products, from clients to servers and infrastructures (WebRTC by Dr Alex)
KITE joins the commercial testing tools available for WebRTC.

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