WebRTC Weekly Issue #474 - March 15, 2023

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


Now you can shop for a new iPhone through a one-way video call (The Verge)
WebRTC? Something else? Will this spur more interest in eCommerce with WebRTC?

CommCon 2023 Returns (CommCon)
Back to in-person events.


Real-Time Video Processing with WebCodecs and Streams: Processing Pipelines (Part 1) (webrtcHacks)
Another step towards unbundling of WebRTC.

Why Bluetooth audio quality suffers in video calls (Daily)
Bluetooth is nice. Wired is nicer (still).

Breaking changes in getStats (WebRTC for Developers)
What the recent few months in getStats world looked like…

Going Mobile: Agora vs. Zoom Testing for Multi-Party Mobile Video Calls (Agora)
Agora continues with their Zoom comparison, this time focusing on Android SDKs.

WebRTC 102: #3 Getting Real with RTP and RTCP (Dyte)
A bit jumbled, but a nice read.

Use Cases and Customer Wins

WebRTC & Real-Time Communications in The Wild: The Kings League (WebRTC.ventures)
An interesting breakdown of a service and how you can implement it using WebRTC.

Reddit is shutting down its Clubhouse clone Reddit Talk (TechCrunch)
Clubhouse isn’t what it used to be.


New feature: Captions in Digital Samba Embedded (Digital Samba)
Live captions got added to the lowcode solution of Digital Samba.

EZDRM debuts WebRTC-DRM for low-latency streaming (Press release)
DRM for WebRTC.

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