WebRTC Weekly Issue #261 - February 5, 2019

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


Room Design Guide (Google)
Best resource I’ve seen for designing meeting rooms for virtual meetings.


MediaStream Recorder API Now Available in Safari Technology Preview 73 (Pipe)
Pipe sharing what works and doesn’t work with Safari’s MediaStream recorder API.

Build a Video Chat App with ASP.NET Core, Angular, and Twilio (Twilio)
Another step by step guide for Twilio’s Programmable Video.

Standards Compliant Screen Capture in Chrome 72 (AddPipe)
Screen sharing without extensions is coming to Chrome.

Web vs App (AR edition) (Agora.io)
If you’re into mixed reality, this is mandatory reading.

RTCQuicTransport Coming to an Origin Trial Near You (Chrome 73) (Google Developers)
QUIC coming to data channels. Google doesn’t make a strong case why though.

Use Cases and Customer Wins

Periscope makes live broadcasts more like talk shows (Mashable)
Live is becoming more interactive and that requires WebRTC.

CMAF can reduce live streaming latency to two-seconds, but sub-second delays require WebRTC (Videonet)
Sub-second is WebRTC’s sweat-spot when it comes to live streaming and broadcasts.


NTT Communications launches Media Pipeline Factory (Press release)
CPaaS connecting media flows to AI services.

OpenVidu 2.8.0: individual stream recording and audio/video only recording (OpenVidu)
This time, the focus is in improving recording capabilities.

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