As chair once again of the WebRTC & Real-Time Applications track for the annual Real Time Communications Conference at Illinois Tech, our CTO Alberto Gonzalez curated an impressive lineup of WebRTC thought leaders. In this post, we’re including video from each of the 2022 WebRTC track talks.
The embedded videos below are in the order they were presented at the conference.
WebRTC & Real-Time Application Track Talks
SFU Cascading with Janus – Lorenzo Miniero, Meetecho
Kamailio: 20 years of Open Source SIP – Fred Posner, Kamailio consultant
How WebRTC Can Better Enable the Metaverse – Jerod Venema, LiveSwitch
WebRTC Keynote: Why is Zoom so much more popular than standards-based videoconferencing? –Henning Schulzrinne, Columbia University
PANEL: WebCodecs, WebTransport and the Next Generation of Web Media APIs – Bernard Aboba, Microsoft and W3C and Jan-Ivar Bruaroey, Mozilla Corporation & W3C
End to end efficiency in WebRTC – David Zhao, LiveKit
Behind the scenes: WebRTC’s role in film and television production – Damien Stolarz, Evercast
WebRTC CPaaS Optimizations – Hamza Nasir, WebRTC.ventures
Evolution of WebRTC Use-cases after the COVID Pandemic – Varun Singh, Daily
A closer look at the RTCDataChannel API – Karl Stolley, Daily
Quantitative Analysis of Open Source WebRTC Developer Trends – Chad Hart, webrtcHacks, Kranky Geek and Hopin
Until next year!