WebRTC Weekly Issue #419 - February 23, 2022

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


Beem, an app that lets you livestream yourself in AR, raises $4 million (TechCrunch)
WebRTC or not, this one is nice.


The WebRTC.ventures Training Program (sponsored):
Are you an experienced Javascript developer that wants to make a career in WebRTC?

One Voice Detector to Rule Them All (The Gradient)
A good explanation of VADs along with an implementation that is supposedly better than WebRTC’s

WebRTC support from Catalyst is on the way (Glendive Gazette)
Can we get Safari Mobile to handle audio in WebRTC properly first?

WebRTC: Journey To Make Wayland Screen Sharing Enabled By Default (Jan Grulich)
Optimizations coming (soon) to Chromium on Linux for screen sharing.

Handling back-pressure in RTC services (Real Time Communications Bits)
A good explanation that I missed from last month.

Use Cases and Customer Wins

Fitness Tech Leaders MotionVibe, Naardic and SprintFWD Join LiveSwitch (LiveSwitch)
LiveSwitch showcasing some of the fitness vendors using its CPaaS.


GStreamer 1.20: Embedded & WebRTC lead the way (Collabora)
Some more details here on the improvements done to GStreamer wrt WebRTC support.

From our own posts