WebRTC Weekly Issue #372 - March 24, 2021

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


WebRTC – Realtime Communication for the Open Web Platform (acmqueue)
The best 101 overview for WebRTC in 2021 😀

Bring Industry-Leading Video to Your Application with Zoom’s Video SDK (Zoom)
Developers now have access to the Zoom video infrastructure and not only the Zoom client/UI experience. Not WebRTC yet (or ever?)


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Firefox’s Multiple Picture-in-Picture feature is the gametime assist you need for this month’s big games (Mozilla)
Floating PIP is sourly needed for WebRTC to compete with native apps.

Use Cases and Customer Wins

Hopin Acquires Streamable and Jamm to Advance Video Innovation (Hopin)
Hopin continues to acquire companies in the video space.

OpenReel raises $19M to simplify remote video production (TechCrunch)
Remote production is becoming a real thing.

Google Area 120’s ThreadIt is bite-size video for team collaborations (TechCrunch)
Asynchronous video is also becoming a thing.

Whereby, which allows more collaboration over video calls, raises $12M from Point Nine and 20 Angels (TechCrunch)
Kudos for the raise.

nanoMeet – nanoStream Cloud’s latest feature (nanocosmos)
nanocosmos adds a custom Jitsi server to connect to their streaming service.


Take control of your recordings with the new Twilio Video Recording Rules API, now generally available (Twilio)
Twilio adds granular control when recording multiple streams separately.

From our own posts

None this week.