nanoStream Webcaster Client Release 5.11.1

We have released the nanoStream Webcaster Client 5.11.1.

Release Notes

With this release the following rare condition has been fixed: unnecessary delay taking place when Chrome browser was used.

Additional analytics and metrics improvements.

Backend:  The backend analysis for customers that use Webcaster metrics.

Client side: New stats are available when listening to the “ReceivedWebRTCStats” event.

New available client side stats:

  • videoSendDelay: an indication for additional delay on the sender (browser) side.
  • Minimum, maximum and average values in the past 10 seconds, for the following stats:
    • videoSendDelay(Min/Max/Average)
    • audioBitrate(Min/Max/Average)
    • videoBitrate(Min/Max/Average)
    • framerate(Min/Max/Average)

Please note that most of the stats are available in Chrome. Other browsers, e.g. Firefox, may not provide all documented stats.

Documentation

How to listen to the event
https://docs.nanocosmos.de/docs/webrtc/nanostream_webrtc_api#receivedwebrtcstats

Documentation of stats
https://docs.nanocosmos.de/docs/webrtc/nanostream_webrtc_api#WebRTCStatsEvent

Information about stats and metrics
https://docs.nanocosmos.de/docs/webrtc/nanostream_webrtc_stats_and_metrics

Changelog

Fixed

  • under rare conditions in Chrome additional delay was introduced. This could additionally cause asynchronous audio/video tracks.

Added

  • “ReceivedWebRTCStats” event now contains additional stats in data.stats.results: videoSendDelay, videoSendDelayMin, videoSendDelayMax, videoSendDelayAverage, framerateMin, framerageMax, framerageAverage, videoBitrateMin, videoBitrateMax, videoBitrateAverage, audioBitrateMin, audioBitrateMax, audioBitrateAverage. Min/Max/Average value are based on measurements for the past 10 seconds.

5.11.1 Release Packages Download

Complete Bundle Package with Demo Page
https://files.nanocosmos.de/index.php/s/kMHZnQ29W6QeMeY

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