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Training mode: broadcast (one-to-many)

Sivabudh_U_
Beginner
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Is it possible to use Intel CS for WebRTC to do a broadcast or one-to-many connection?

Use case: I'm a trainer. I want my WebRTC application to be able to share my screen and allow people to join my room and see my webcam video feed.

Is this possible? Obviously, a broadcast is cheaper bandwidth-wise than a video conference because the steam is unidirectional.

I did some research on other WebRTC solutions, and it seems:

Thanks. 

PS: Feedback on your product. The points that like compared to other solutions:

  • Handles scaling out of the box (via slave MCUs). This is something that no other MCUs talk about. Even works with your 
  • Supports IE via plugin
  • Supports iOS, Android, and even Windows C++
  • Actively updated with an Intel brand.
  • "Free"
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Chunbo_H_Intel1
Employee
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Hi Sivabudh,

Yes, one of the main product scenario is for broadcast/one-to-many connections.

And great to receive the feedback from you!

Thanks!

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