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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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Do I Need a Media Server for a One-to-Many WebRTC Broadcast?

If you plan on implementing a one-to-many WebRTC broadcast scenario, then be prepared to install and maintain media servers to make this happen.

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How Many Users Can Fit in a WebRTC Call?

WebRTC can be used for calls in any group size. The larger the group the more energy you’ll need to put to your architecture and media server technology.

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How WebRTC Works?

There are different ways to explain how WebRTC works. This is my attempt at a WebRTC 101 article that covers it from all angles.

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What’s New With the Jitsi Videobridge?

Jitsi videobridge is a popular media server for WebRTC and it is going some interesting changes recently. Here’s a summary of where we’re at.

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Kranky Geek 2017: What Does the Pulse of WebRTC Tells Us?

A summary of WebRTC Kranky Geek 2017 event which focused on real world implementations, scaling and machine learning.

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Grokking Media in WebRTC (a free webinar for my WebRTC Course)

Processing media is a rather challenging process. Understanding how it works and why it is different than web pages is important.

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Why Developing With WebRTC is Different than Web Development?

WebRTC != Web Development. And you need to understand the differences in order to be able to effectively develop WebRTC applications.

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With WebRTC, Don’t Never Ever Mix Media and Signaling

An explanation on where to place each of the servers WebRTC needs when running it seriously in production.

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