WebRTC Weekly Issue #398 - September 22, 2021

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


Cameo launches Cameo Calls, a service for fans to video chat with celebs (TechCrunch)
Switched from Zoom to their own app. I wonder if they are using the Zoom SDK or WebRTC.

Improved visibility in Google Meet on web (Google Workspace Updates)
Using ML to improve lighting.

WebRTC Video Diagnostics for your application (testRTC)
How to tackle the troubleshooting and diagnostics problem in WebRTC applications.


WebRTC CPaaS report (sponsored):
10th edition launch promotion available now. Check it out

Reducing traffic in Amazon Chime SDK app with Super Resolution (dannadori)
At some point, browser vendors should make super resolution part of the browser (and WebRTC).

Designing web accessible video calls (Daily)
First time I see an article dealing with accessibility in video calls.

Use Cases and Customer Wins

Zhongchao Inc. Launches Hematology MDT Training Platform to Improve Diagnosis and Treatment (Press release)
Telehealth still going strong, with a lot of use cases in there.

Vewd enables video calling and targeted advertising on the TV (Press release)
Not sure if what they mean by native video calling is browser based… or native.


EnableX launches App Visual Builder to simplify the development and customisation of video meeting apps (Press release)
A nocode solution for WebRTC conferencing apps.

Accelerate Your Development with the New Video Room Monitor, Now in Beta (Twilio)
Twilio introduces a utility that makes webrtc-internals analysis simpler for their clients.

From our own posts

None this week