WebRTC Weekly Issue #313 - February 5, 2020

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


Nvidia’s GeForce Now is finally out of beta, challenges Google Stadia at $5 a month (The Verge)
WebRTC version planned for end of this Q.

Zoom Video Communications CEO says products are seeing ‘record usage’ as stock pops 15% amid coronavirus fears (CNBC)
No ecofriendly? No reduction in flights? No Eyjafjallajökull erupting? Marketing video conferencing based on disasters was a bad sign of our industry for years now.

Spatial raises $14M more for a holographic 3D workspace app, a VR/AR version of Zoom or Hangouts (TechCrunch)
Concept video looks too good to be true. I wonder how far ahead are they with this.

Orbital Web App Open-Source Code Release (VideoCoin)
Blockchain and video for developers.


WebRTC Development (sponsored):
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Camera and Microphone Access In Cross Origin Iframes With getUserMedia & Feature Policy (AddPipe)
Bookmark for future use.

Use Cases and Customer Wins

Smart TV hub Solaborate secures $10M Series A and a go-to-market partnership (TechCrunch)
Kudos on the funding and the partnership.


Red5 Pro Release 6.0 – 200 Milliseconds of Latency (Red5 Pro)
Red5 Pro plays the low latency game by optimizing it further.

Use a phone for audio in a Hangouts Meet video call (G Suite Updates)
This seems to be the norm in feature set of video calling these days.

Introducing BrainCert’s all-new deep SFU engine with Simulcast support (BrainCert)
BrainCert adds SFU and simulcast to their training service.

From our own posts

None this week.