WebRTC Weekly Issue #452 - October 12, 2022

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


Amazon kills its interactive, video-calling device, Amazon Glow, launched last year (TechCrunch)
People are more comfortable with Amazon killing devices than Google shutting down services.


WebRTC Live Ep 72: End-to-End WebRTC with LiveKit (sponsored):
Tune into the October 19 episode of WebRTC Live, the popular free webinar series by WebRTC.ventures.

Bridging AudioBridge and SIP with Drachtio (meetecho)
How to use Janus’ audio MCU and connecting SIP to it.

Post-Peak WebRTC Developer Trends: An Open Source Analysis (webrtcHacks)
An interesting analysis of WebRTC projects in github.

Different types of latency measurements in WebRTC (Real Time Communications Bits)
Good explanation on latencies you can (and can’t) measure in WebRTC.

Use Cases and Customer Wins

Snowflake Makes It Easy For Anyone to Fight Censorship (EFF)
You can use WebRTC to anonymize people on the internet and not only to breach on their privacy.

How Virtual Reality Brings Tabletop Games to Life (Red5 Pro)
I should go back to playing D&D. Online. With WebRTC.


EnableX Low Code Video Gets An Upgrade: It’s More Powerful Than Ever (EnableX)
Interestingly, social login has been added to this, among other features.

Bringing the best live video experience to Cloudflare Stream with AV1 (Cloudflare)
The new Cloudflare Stream service has AV1 as part of its beta.

From our own posts

None this week.