Taking WebRTC Video calling to the next step involves providing more functionality and custom behavior to our video conferencing applications. We’ve experimented with using the HTML canvas to add more customization to our video calls, and we’ve found that gives us a lot of power. In this post, we look at leveraging the Vonage Video API with the power of HTML canvas to apply virtual backgrounds to our video calls.
What makes building a live video application more complicated than a regular web app? Isn’t WebRTC supposed to handle everything for you? WebRTC.ventures’ Senior Software Engineer, Alberto Gonzalez Trastoy, will answer these questions and more at Agora’s Real-Time Engagement 2020 Conference.
Everyone’s talking about AI or artificial intelligence. Let’s look at the development process of a multiparty video chat with AI-powered background removal.
Recent weeks have brought a slew of WebRTC conferencing tool announcements, especially targeted to the enterprise. Amazon announced Chime – their free conference tool which touts “exceptional audio and video quality.” Google has started to roll out an enterprise version of Hangouts called Google Meet. And while