WebRTC Weekly Issue #293 - September 18, 2019

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


Moving Firefox to a faster 4-week release cycle (Mozilla)

Passive WebRTC Call Monitoring and Active Network Testing – Why You Need Both (callstats.io)
Because you need to test your service and you need to monitor it. Both are important.

Standards and business models (Leonardo Chiariglione)
An intersting overview of the business models in standards. Thinking of AV1 versus HEVC here.


New ways of sharing files across devices over the web using WebRTC (Akash Hamirwasia)
We haven’t had a good file sending post for quite some time.

A videocall in 11 lines of code with OpenVidu (OpenVidu)
OpenVidu shows its simplicity.

Use Cases and Customer Wins

Fortnite adds cross-platform voice chat based on Houseparty (The Verge)
That was quick.

Red5 Pro + Singular.Live: Real-time Animated Overlays (Red5 Pro)
Singluar.live has a nice realtime video overlay platform and they’re using Red5 Pro for that.

Pragmatic Conferencing cloud platform goes software-free (Press release)
“software-free”. An interesting choice of words for using WebRTC. Sounds like moving from digital to analog.


Nothing this week.

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