WebRTC Weekly Issue #307 - December 25, 2019

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


Pixel 4 gets updated with better video calls, ever-improving face unlock (Mashable)
AI touches in Google Duo’s video calling.

Analyzing WebRTC network issues FASTER for your customers (testRTC)
An upcoming webinar.


Screen-Sharing with Asterisk’s SFU (Dan Jenkins)
Dan continues his dabbling with Asterisk.

Real-time text, SIP and WebRTC (Meetecho)
T.140. That’s a blast from the past.

Objective Video Quality Analysis at Airtime (Airtime)
A good overview of video quality analysis.

Do not broadcast WebRTC streams to HLS, or the first connected viewer issue (Flashphoner)
Not every H.264 stream is born equal.

Use Cases and Customer Wins

5 ways your kid can video chat with Santa (Mashable)
I wonder how many of these are WebRTC based.

Blindlee is Chatroulette for dating with a safety screen (TechCrunch)
WebRTC or not, the attempt at modifying the interaction paradigm is interesting.


Kurento 6.13 – Felices fiestas (Kurento)
Now with better control over ICE negotiation.

New Feature: Screen Recording With System Sounds In Chrome (AddPipe)

From our own posts

None this week.