WebRTC Weekly Issue #351 - October 28, 2020

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

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Face to Face, Tinder’s opt-in video chat feature, is now rolling out globally (TechCrunch)
Online dating should have been one of the first markets embracing video…

Never miss an update (Facebook Gaming)
“Only Android and web players will enjoy integrated cloud games on Facebook”. Is that WebRTC in there?

Announcing the latest Google Open Source Peer Bonus winners (Google Open Source Blog)
Kudos to Michael Tüxen and Philipp Hancke for their WebRTC/SCTP contributions.


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How does the new Azure Communication Services implement WebRTC? (webrtcHacks)
The WebRTC implementation part seems a bit lacking.

Low-Latency HLS vs. WebRTC: What to Know Before Choosing a Protocol (Wowza)
A nice overview of the differences between LL-HLS and WebRTC.

Use Cases and Customer Wins

The forklift truck drivers who never leave their desks (BBC)
Teleoperation. Who needs autonomous driving?

Here.fm raises $2.9 million to reimagine video chat (TechCrunch)
A new week. A new company reimagining/reinventing video calling.

Teradek products upgraded to support Fastest Real-Time Streaming platform MilliCast (WebRTC by Dr Alex)
Teradek broadcasting encoders now certified for Millicast streaming platform.


Collaborate better remotely with Vimeo Record (Vimeo)
Vimeo launches a screen recording service running as a Chrome extension.

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