Kranky Geek is back for ANOTHER virtual event on Thursday, 22 April 2021. Each session will be LIVE broadcast on YouTube and there will be a real-time Q&A following each session. Sessions will be available for replay post the event. Register your interest to be kept informed.
We’re focusing (as always) on content and information with limited “talking heads” and keeping an active pace.
Kranky Geek Spring Virtual 2021
Thursday, April 22nd
Glad to have you here, lets review what happened with WebRTC in 2021 and how is that affecting our event today and the future for all of us.
Stadia presented a new challenge for YouTube live streaming because of the high bitrates and unique color spaces. We had to adapt WebRTC to be able to solve this problem.
What if WebRTC setup could be more than just ad hoc HTTP, WebSockets or SIP? Discover how Matrix designed a modern VoIP signalling open protocol specifically for WebRTC. The result? End-to-end encrypted voice and video calling in a decentralised, open federated network of 30M+ users.
Virtual networks over the public internet are commonly used to improve routing. Learn how to leverage virtual networks to build a globally distributed SFU network that can handle a high number of callers per conference.
While browsers have greatly improved the user experience for screen sharing, plenty of tips remain to make for a unique experience. Eliminating the famed “hall of mirrors”, improved tab/application sharing and better presenter tools will be discussed here.
WebRTC and mobile browsers have matured to a point that it is now possible to build fully functional, web-based calling applications on mobile – no native app deployments required. In this talk, Twilio will highlight common pitfalls and review best practices for performant web apps tuned for the unique mobile web environment.
The pandemic has pushed real time communications into new domains such as live events, social apps, and online education. Optimizing audio in these dynamic environments is significantly different from tuning voice quality for office meetings. In this session, Dolby.io will provide a deep dive on music use cases and share learnings from its research on improving audio.
The audio codec team at Chrome has recently presented Lyra, a high-quality, low bit rate speech codec enabling voice communication even on the slowest networks. This was achieved by applying traditional codec techniques while leveraging recent advances in machine learning.
Before you go home! Wait, you’re already at home. Come meet some of the speakers in our various break out rooms for real 1:1 engagement. Registered users will receive links to join.
Many thanks to Google for 5+ years of sponsorship of Kranky Geek as we help developers build real time applications using WebRTC.
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