WebRTC and ORTC implementation for Python using asyncio (by aiortc)

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  • VoRS: Vo(IP) Simple Alternative to Mumble
    15 projects | | 19 Apr 2024
  • Pure C WebRTC
    12 projects | | 7 Jan 2024
    I am really excited about It has examples ready for ESP32 etc....

    When working on KVS I wasn't familiar with the embedded space at all. I saw 'heavyweight' embedded where you were running on Linux. Then you had RTOS/No OS at all. I wasn't prepared for these devices at all. If we can make WebRTC work in the embedded space I think it will really accelerate what developers are able to build!

    Remotely driven cars, security cameras, robots in hospitals that bring iPads to infectious patients etc... Creative people are building amazing things. The WebRTC/video space needs to work harder and support them :)


    I love how diverse the WebRTC space is now. Outside of this implementation you have plenty of other options!

    * (Typescript)

    * (Golang)

    * (Rust)

    * (Rust)

    * h (C/Embedded)

    * (C++)

    * (C#)

    * (C++)

    * (Elixir)

    * (Python)

    * GStreamer’s webrtcbin (C)

    See for examples of some running against each other.

  • WebRTC for the Curious
    18 projects | | 4 Jan 2024
  • Building WebRTC server implementation for Erlang
    6 projects | /r/WebRTC | 10 Dec 2023
    This is not true, there are actually multiple WebRTC implementations in different languages besides the reference library: aiortc (python), libdatachannel (C++), sipsorcery (C#),webrtc-rs (rust), werift (Typescript), and Amazon Kinesis (C)
  • how do i build a webapp to process user video from their webcam.
    1 project | /r/flask | 3 Jan 2023
    Not sure flask would work but I think has an example just like what you are trying.
  • How to connect a JS webpage to a python server using WebRTC?
    1 project | /r/webdev | 15 Dec 2022
    Context: I was making a snapchat-like filter application on webcam footage. In order to create those overlays, i used some python's opencv and dlib to locate the face and apply the overlay. As far as i know, websockets are not good for video transfer since sockets are slower so someone suggested me to use "WebRTC". So I decided to settle on this python based webrtc to use my python code at the backend and use a JS front end to send the video and received the filtered image
  • Running a ML model on real-time video coming from the client side.
    1 project | /r/django | 11 Dec 2022
  • [Question] OpenCV and aiortc on a Raspberry Pi 4
    1 project | /r/opencv | 8 Mar 2022
    So it seems like is the obvious answer here, but I just can't seem to grok the documentation. I have run the examples successfully, but can't quite seem to tailor them to my use-case.
  • How in the world there is no webrtc module for python?
    2 projects | /r/flask | 25 Feb 2022
    I'm not sure how you weren't able to find this: aiortc
  • How to deploy OpenCV video feed cam with my Django application?
    2 projects | /r/django | 19 Jul 2021
    You can't use Django for that, RTC is a separate protocol from HTTP. Check out for a Python-based RTC stack. You write code in there which does the data processing and calls HTTP APIs or something on the Django side.
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