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Now that it is getting relatively easy to setup video calls (most of the time), we can move on to doing fun things with the video stream. With new advancements in Machine Learning (ML) and a growing number of API’s and libraries out there, computer vision is also getting  easier to do. Google’s ML Kit is a recent example of a new machine learning based library that makes gives quick access to computer vision outputs.

To show how to use Google’s new ML Kit to detect user smiles on a live WebRTC stream, I would like to welcome back past webrtcHacks author and WebRTC video master  Gustavo Garcia Bernardo of Houseparty. Joining him I would like to also welcome mobile WebRTC expert, Roberto Perez of TokBox.  They give some background on doing facial detection, show some code samples, but more importantly share their learnings for optimum configuration of smile detection inside a Real Time Communications (RTC) app. ...

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Multi-party calling architectures are a common topic here at webrtcHacks, largely because group calling is widely needed but difficult to implement and understand. Most would agree Scalable Video Coding (SVC) is the most advanced, but the most complex multi-party calling architecture.

To help explain how it works we have brought in not one, but two WebRTC video architecture experts. Sergio Garcia Murillo is a long time media server developer and founder of Medooze. Most recently, and most relevant for this post, he has been working on an open source SFU that leverages VP9 and SVC (the first open source project to do this that I am aware of). In addition, frequent webrtcHacks guest author and renown video expert Gustavo Garcia Bernando joins him. ...

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Slack is an über popular and fast growing communications tool that has a ton of integrations with various WebRTC services. Slack acquired a WebRTC company a year ago and launched its own audio conferencing service earlier this year which we analyzed here and here. Earlier this week they launched video. Does this work the same? Are there any tricks we can learn from their implementation? Long time WebRTC expert and webrtcHacks guest author Gustavo Garica takes a deeper dive into Slack’s new video conferencing feature below to see what’s going on under the hood. ...

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