Sub-second webRTC streaming server and player

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  • mirotalk

    🚀 WebRTC - P2P - Simple, Secure, Fast Real-Time Video Conferences Up to 4k and 60fps, compatible with all browsers and platforms.

    https://github.com/miroslavpejic85/mirotalk Will probably be the closest you can find in the OSS world

  • sunshine

    Host for Moonlight Streaming Client

    I suggest you to look into sunshine for the host which supports casting to multiple clients at the same time.

  • Scout APM

    Less time debugging, more time building. Scout APM allows you to find and fix performance issues with no hassle. Now with error monitoring and external services monitoring, Scout is a developer's best friend when it comes to application development.

  • Project-Lightspeed

    A self contained OBS -> FTL -> WebRTC live streaming server. Comprised of 3 parts once configured anyone can achieve sub-second OBS to the browser livestreaming

    I recommend Project-Lightspeed for this. It uses the FTL protocol (similar to the now defunct Mixer) with WebRTC for great latency. I've used it many times for streaming games, etc. and it works well.

  • OvenMediaEngine

    OvenMediaEngine (OME) is a Sub-Second Latency Live Streaming Server with Large-Scale and High-Definition.

    Failed trying to play OvenMediaEngine's WebRTC? (Of course it fails with VLC, because VLC does not support WebRTC) Easy to play with OvenPlayer by just following the Getting-started documentation. https://airensoft.gitbook.io/ovenmediaengine/getting-started The forum is also very active as shown below. https://github.com/AirenSoft/OvenMediaEngine/issues

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