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WebRTC M56 release notes are now published at https://goo.gl/2HptOs. This release contains over 20 new features and over 50 bug fixes. New features are:

- RTCPeerConnection is now un-prefixed
You can now invoke an RTCPeerConnection as “new RTCPeerConnection”. Code that uses “new webkitRTCPeerConnection” will continue to work for now, but you don’t have to shim this any more.

- New RTCPeerConnection.getStats
A promise-based, spec-compliant version of RTCPeerConnection.getStats is under development. It can be enabled in Chrome using command line argument --enable-blink-features=RTCPeerConnectionNewGetStats.

- Hardware encode for H.264 on Windows
On Windows 8.1 and above we will leverage hardware encode support for H.264 video in Chrome when the device hardware supports it.

- Old RED/RTX workarounds removed
This release removes some old workarounds relating to RED over RTX. Developers that munge the SDP with respect to RED and/or RTX now need to ensure that RED over RTX is explicitly enabled. 
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We're excited to announce two major WebRTC events:

San Francisco
18 November

São Paulo
22 November

Great speakers and a packed agenda at both events.

More details and registration at krankygeek.com.


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WebRTC M54 release notes are now available at http://goo.gl/HJCFDw. This release includes over 30 bug fixes, enhancements and stability improvements. New features are:

- Recording RTC Event Logs for multiple PeerConnections simultaneously
- Opus 1.1.3 shipping ARM optimizations and spatial audio support
- New screen share picker UI, enabling tab sharing and audio sharing on Linux, macOS and Windows.
- Setting of UDP port ranges as a Chrome policy
- Improved iOS video performance, reducing power consumption by up to 18% for a video call
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Chrome M52 WebRTC release notes are now available at https://goo.gl/27ah0n containing over 30 bug fixes, enhancements and stability improvements.

We are now supporting H.264 video encode/decode on all desktop platforms and hardware encode in Chrome on OS X. The ECSDA is used as default for generating RTCCertificates. NetEq supports now a so called muted state to save CPU cycles for inactive receive channels. Tests show that the CPU usage for a Hangout with 16 remote participants decreased by 8% on a MacBook Pro 13". Additionally, we have added receiver support of max frame length from 60ms to 120ms for Opus.
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Chrome M51 WebRTC release notes are now available at https://goo.gl/JgZTcg, including over 40 bug fixes, enhancements and stability improvements.

New features are audio screen share for Windows and CrOS, Canvas CaptureStream, promise-based methods for PeerConnection and improved h.264 video interop.

As with previous releases, we encourage all developers to run versions of Chrome on the Canary, Dev, and Beta channels frequently and quickly report any issues found. The help we have received has been invaluable! 
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+webrtc meetup Boston
Tuesday, March 1

Excellent lineup!

Low latency streaming, data channels for co-browsing, WebRTC for IoT, realtime VP9...

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Update from the Google WebRTC team:

youtu.be/NEx1XwwwcO0

Missed the event? Watch more talks from Kranky Geek SF 2016 here:

goo.gl/B2fBdP

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WebRTC M55 release notes are now published at https://goo.gl/hyqhmH. The M55 release contains over 20 new features and 35 bug fixes for WebRTC, most important new features are:

Send-side Bandwidth Estimation
A new feedback message and header extension is now offered by Chrome. When both are negotiated Chrome will run all bandwidth estimation logic on the sending client, which in turn enables improved bitrate probing and better convergence time.

Android Screen Capturer in WebRTC
The screen content can now be captured from native Android WebRTC.

CVO has been implemented for native iOS capturer
Coordination of video orientation (CVO) has been implemented for the iOS capturer in native iOS WebRTC. This avoids the current flash in the video when the iOS device is rotated.

Auto-focus and video stabilization on Camera2
When available, we now enable auto-focus and video-stabilization in android.hardware.camera2.
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So can we finally cast our Android screen to a hangout video call anytime soon?
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Chrome M53 WebRTC release notes are now available at https://goo.gl/757mCQ, including over 15 bug fixes, enhancements and stability improvements.

We have added Camera2 API support on Android and added further promise-based methods as part of our on-going effort to improve Chrome's compliance with the W3C spec. Additionally, navigator.webkitGetUserMedia has now been unprefixed to navigator.getUserMedia.
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WebRTC turns 5

Five years ago, we announced on the public-webrtc@w3.org mailing list an open source software package for real-time voice and video on the web that we will be integrating in Chrome.

Now it's time to celebrate this 5 year anniversary. Interactive audio and video is seen as a commonplace staple of internet applications, both on the Web and in native applications. Many products and services are delivering functionality that crosses seamlessly between Web and native — based on standard APIs that are developed in the open community — and very often powered by the code built in Google’s WebRTC project.

Today over 950 projects and companies base their business on WebRTC with a 70% year-to-year growth rate. There are over 2 billion WebRTC-enabled browsers, transmitting over an estimated 1 billion audio and video minutes per week in Chrome alone and 500 TB of data per week are going through the WebRTC Data Channel.

Here's a post from our own +Harald Tveit Alvestrand about reaching this milestone: https://goo.gl/lDmrVW
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Chrome 50. Yes 50. 🎂
WebRTC Release Notes here: https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/discuss-webrtc/JuXLl5BJoJE/discussion … Faster Opus. 264 behind flag, major bump to bwe.
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Hi,
We are unable to use any new Chrome versions on Android as long as Chromium issue 585536 isn't solved. I was wondering if others run into the same issue and/or have any solution to it? https://groups.google.com/d/msg/discuss-webrtc/Ra0hi4cb0Y0/cCKVO8ltMgAJ
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Chrome WebRTC's official Google+ page.
Introduction
WebRTC is an open source project that aims to add real time communication capabilities to web browsers. 

This page is maintained by Google's Chrome WebRTC team.

More info at webrtc.org.