WebRTC Weekly Issue #451 - October 5, 2022

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


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Stadia died because no one trusts Google (TechCrunch)
Ouch. The tech is great, and uses WebRTC. Would Google still care about low latency streaming use cases now?


Where’s my stream? TURN Server debugging for Pixel Streaming (Epic Games Dev Community)
Bookmark for your next TURN debugging session.

Lyra V2 – a better, faster, and more versatile speech codec (Google Open Source)
All I ask is for this to be integrated into WebRTC.

WebRTC can be as good as HTTP live streaming (LiveSwitch)
Out of 3 (!) different comparisons I bumped into this week, this was the most sensible.

Use Cases and Customer Wins

Hodei Technology Partners with Vuzix to Support Its New Klabra Platform and Places Initial Volume Purchase Order (Press release)
AR headsets with WebRTC software directly from the manufacturer. About time.

How EduSpark uses Whereby to Provide an Immersive Learning Platform (Whereby)
SaaS going after CPaaS customers.

10+ Live Streaming Apps Using WebRTC (Wowza)
I wouldn’t call many of these live streaming apps, but rather conferencing apps.


Pion Opus (Pion)
Pion introduces an implementation in Go of the Opus codec.

Flexible, Simple, Powerful: Introducing SDK 4.0 for Voice and Video (Agora)
A more modular design for the Agora SDK.

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