Published on November 18, 2016 by Chrome

The most popular session of the day as Google’s WebRTC team takes you through the latest enhancements and details of this core technology. The presenters provide a deep dive into the WebRTC audio processing pipeline and ongoing development work, especially current work to address the challenges we are facing when using the native hardware audio processing functionality on consumer devices.

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Anand S
Anand S
1 year 6 months ago

Thumps up for Mojo 15:57