One of WebRTC’s great features is its mandated strong encryption. Encryption mechanisms are built-in, meaning developers don’t (often) need to deal with the details. However, these easy, built-in encryption mechanisms assume you have: 1) media is communicated peer-to-peer and 2) a secure signaling channel setup. Most group-calling services make use of a media server device, […]
Apple released iOS 15 with iCloud Private Relay broken for WebRTC – it still divulges your IP address. This post walks through why and how the WebRTC API’s use your IP address information and how you can check what IP addresses are gathered.
Philipp Hancke discusses a how to properly release Media Element resources with WebRTC and a recent Chrome issue that apps to stop handling larger numbers of participants.
Introduction to capture handle – a new Chrome Origin Trial that lets a WebRTC screen sharing application communicate with the tab it is capturing. Examples use case discussed include detecting self-capture, improving the use of collaboration apps that are screen shared, and optimizing stream parameters of the captured content.
How to seperate multiple people in the same camera feed into their own unique video streams that can be individually transmitted Google’s MediaPipe and the W3C’s new MediaStreamTrack API