I gave this talk at commcon
In it I introduce whipie - an open source WHIP client for the raspberry pi.
I also describe the WHIP protocol - which is intended to replace RTMP as a way of doing low latency video ‘upload’ for sites such as Twitch, YoutTube etc. using a constrained version of webRTC.
You’ll learn about how the component protocols of webRTC (ICE, STUN, DTLS, SRTP, RTCP) fit together and perhaps a bit of software engineering.
I also talk about my motivations for doing the project and why I didn’t use any of the existing webRTC stacks.
The slides for my talk are here,
The video is now on YouTube,
and here is Whipi on github
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