WebRTC Weekly Issue #338 - July 29, 2020

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


Tune into Discord with Krisp noise suppression on iOS and Android (Discord)
Discord tightens its partnership with Krisp, adding native mobile support.

Tandem snags $5.7M for its language buddy app amid COVID-19’s e-learning boom (TechCrunch)
Kudos on raising the money.

Rethinking Federation, ID, Namespace and Directories (EnThinnai)
A look at federated networks and where WebRTC can fit.

Why is Video Conferencing so SH*T — PART I (Seyed Danesh)
Amusing. There’s some truth in it, though to simplistic.


Issue 2034: WebRTC: usrsctp is called with pointer as network address (project-zero)
Using libwebrtc (think mobile native app)? Update it. Now.

native libwebrtc for windows: WinRTC (WebRTC by Dr Alex)
If you are using WebRTC for UWP, time to migrate to WinRTC.

Use Cases and Customer Wins

huddl.ai wants to bring more intelligence to online meetings (TechCrunch)
Meeting transcription and E2EE are opposite trends finding their way to video meetings.

Kudo raises $6M for its real-time translation and video conference platform (TechCrunch)
Real-time translation is cool, though tough to get properly. I wonder how will this works.

Facebook will let you host livestreams from Messenger Rooms (Mashable)
This lets you do Facebook Live with multiple broadcasters in a call – without needing a third party vendor.

EnableX.io empowers Modern Family Doctor (MFD) to provide telehealth services (Press release)
No end to the telehealth vendors these days.


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None this week.