WebRTC Weekly Issue #438 - July 6, 2022

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


What Have Our Own WebRTC Experts Learned Lately? (A WebRTC.ventures Rountable) (sponsored):
Tune into the July 20 episode of WebRTC Live, the popular free webinar series by WebRTC.ventures.

The importance of WebRTC monitoring for enterprises (Spearline)
Your 101 for testing and monitoring in WebRTC at a high level.


Real-time video that’s flexible enough to handle never ending change requests (sponsored):
Our pluggable sources and sinks and massively flexible media pipeline guarantee you’ll be able to meet any requirement. Contact our experts today.

WebRTC M104 Release Notes (discuss-webrtc)
Release notes are finally back!

Update Google Chrome Browser to Patch New Zero-Day Exploit Detected in the Wild (The Hacker News)
We haven’t had one of these for quite some time.

Cascading publishers across VideoRoom instances (meetecho)
Lorenzo explains the state and progress of cascading work done in Janus.

Use Cases and Customer Wins

Twitch’s new Guest Star mode will let anyone turn their stream into a talk show (TechCrunch)
One wonders if this is WebRTC based 😉

Mass Audience Participation Is Reshaping TV & Online Game Competition (Red5 Pro)
We’re starting to see large scale interactive use cases taking shape.

Drop-in, drop-out chats with Video Rooms, and a new search experience (Element)
Video rooms come to Element. Slightly different than video meetings in rooms.


None this week.

From our own posts