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What Does Machine Learning Have to do with MOS Scores?

What Does Machine Learning Have to do with MOS Scores? Depends what angle you look at it from. Here are a few trends you should be aware of in ML and MOS.

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WebRTC vs Zoom. Who has Better Video Quality?

My thoughts on a comparison between WebRTC and Zoom that the team and Jitsi shared online – and why WebRTC is the better long term alternative.

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WebRTC FAQ: The 2018 Version

An updated WebRTC FAQ for those who wish to understand this tech somewhat better.

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The Challenging Path to WebRTC H.264 Video Codec Hardware Support

WebRTC H.264 hardware acceleration is no guarantee for anything. Not even for hardware acceleration. There are challenges you’ll need to consider going in this route.

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Can AI and Computer Vision solve the video conferencing eye contact problem?

Parallax, or eye contact in video conferencing is a problem that should be solved, and AI is probably how we end up solving it.

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WebRTC Programming Languages and Where they fit

Building an interactive application? There’s more than one WebRTC programming language that can fit your needs.

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AV1 Specification Released: Can we kiss goodbye to HEVC and royalty bearing video codecs?

The newly released AV1 codec marks an important milestone in our road to royalty free video codecs. Here’s a detailed analysis of what it means.

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How WebRTC Statistics and Performance Monitoring Changed VoIP Monitoring

WebRTC changed the way we think and design monitoring infrastructure around VoIP deployments. We’re now collecting statistics directly from edge devices. Here’s why

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You Better Ignore the Default Protocol Ports You Implement

Default listening ports for your protocol are mostly useless. If you want to deploy in production TURN, SIP, MQTT or anything else thing of 443.

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