The internet is a vast place full of different hardware and software routing packets to the correct device. Connecting a client to a server is easy, however connecting a peer to another peer is not as easy because more often than not, an address address may be shared between many devices and needs to be translated. ICE is a standard to figure out how (and if) a connection can be established with a peer. This talk will focus on the use of ICE in a WebRTC context.
|Speaker bio||Matthew Waters is a GStreamer maintainer and has been contributing for more than 10 years. As of late he has been focusing his attention on producing a word class WebRTC implementation for GStreamer. He is also the author of the GStreamer Vulkan integration and has integrated GStreamer's OpenGL library with many other decoding, encoding and rendering technologies. Matthew is a Multimedia and Graphics developer for Centricular Ltd, an Open Source consultancy focusing on GStreamer, embedded systems and cross-platform multimedia and graphics.|
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