The new nanoStream WebRTC-RTMP server bridge features seemless integration of WebRTC clients into streaming media environments.
nanoStream WebRTC can be used for video conferencing, screen sharing, or live streaming on desktop and mobile Android platforms without additional software installation.
A nanoStream WebRTC server or cloud license is required.
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WebRTC is a new browser technology currently available as pre-standard release in Google Chrome, Firefox and Opera. It is not available in Microsoft Internet Explorer and Apple Safari.
With WebRTC, audio/video communication is enabled within browsers without the installation of additional software. As it is originally based on telephony standards, it is a peer-to-peer technology completely incompatible to streaming media environments such as RTMP.
WebRTC is currently based on the VP8 video codec which is different from H264, and the SDP/RTP messaging protocols, which are different from streaming media.