WebRTC Weekly Issue #226 - May 30, 2018

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


Google’s Duo and Cisco’s Webex Teams among the VoIP apps pulled from the China App Store (TechCrunch)
VoIP is getting regulated simply by excluding it from the app store in China. Focus is on Apple’s CallKit ease of use.

Comparing Different Levels of Control for 8 Voice and Video Platforms (callstats.io)
Not sure I totally agree on the scoring or even the vendors selected to benchmark, but a good place to start your exploration.

Mini-Course Shows How to Choose The Right Video Technology Platform (Vidyo.io)
Check this video mini-course and tell me what you think 🙂

Migrating all G Suite domains from classic Hangouts to Hangouts Meet (Google)
Interestingly, this coincides with Firefox native support for Hangouts and Meet (see below).


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

TalkingHeadz #5 Alex Eleftheriadis on AV1 (TalkingHeadz)
Listen to this one if you’re interested in AV1.

Add Video Calling in Xamarin apps using Agora.io (Agora.io)
Xamarin + video calling – a step by step sample using Agora.io.

Use Cases and Customer Wins

Firefox is now supported by Google Hangouts and Meet (Mozilla)
People who say Google doesn’t care or Firefox doesn’t work…


Enhance Live Streaming and Recording Capabilities with HD (TokBox)
Recording and live streaming on TokBox goes from 480p to 720p resolution.

Announcing Programmable Video Recording Compositions API (Twilio)
Twilio adds the ability to compose recorded video streams from the same session together.

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