In the recent update Firefox 53 has lost support of some web cams or there were some changes in WebRTC API (getUserMedia). We are investigating this now. We have noticed this on our tests. Firefox 52 was able to capture video properly from all testing devices, however in Firefox 53 some cams have stopped working. Though this bug (?) is reproduced on Windows 7 and Windows 8 with embedded cams only and not reproduced on Mac OS Sierra.
Firefox 53 no longer works with some cameras on Windows
Screencasting (demo screen, screensharing) already works in Google Chrome. The technology allows capturing a window of the browser itself as well as windows of other applicaitons. For example, you can capture Firefox running in a separate window.
In this article we explain how to set up multi-user WebRTC video broadcasting from a browser via your own rebroadcasting server. We will broadcast from the Google Chrome browser and a usual USB web camera. To broadcast the video we create a Streamer HTML page, and for playback we make a Player HTML page.
First of all, a few words about Amazon AWS Marketplace. Unlike Google Play and App Store, where mobile applications are published, AWS is a store where developers publish server-side solutions. There’s a lot of interesting here starting from free stack LAMP to server Enterprise solutions like SAP.
We have found a critical bug related WebRTC in Chrome 51
We have adapted our Web Call Server 5 to Amazon AWS cloud service. Now deploying this functional web telephony and streaming video server on Amazon cloud takes just a couple of minutes.
We release the fifth version of Web Call Server – a software server platform for streaming video and telephony web applications. Web Call Server 5 received a lot of new features including delivery of SIP calls to RTMP servers and CDN, Websocket broadcasting on iOS Safari and the brand new iOS SDK.
Few days ago Chrome 47 has been released.
Google Chrome 46.0.2490.71 has been released.