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WebRTC (Real-time Communication)

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WebRTC is a P2P (peer-to-peer) protocol that allows only two users to connect over one WebRTC connection. Let's take a closer look at how the protocol works:

  • Signaling: Users exchange information with each other, such as IP address, session description, etc., through a signaling server.
  • Peer connection: After connecting, users can send audio, video, and messaging messages without a server.
  • Media capture: When a user sends a video, the WebRTC video calling API captures the required video from the webcam and encodes it using a codec. Similarly, the receiver decodes and this process is called media rendering.
  • NAT Traversal: When network issues occur, the WebRTC group video calling API leverages the NAT mechanism to overcome network delays.

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This topic was modified 2 weeks ago by krishisangaran