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Hourly - Expert ($$$) - Est. Time: Less than 1 month, Less than 10 hrs/week - Posted
Here's the project in broad strokes: We need to be able to open a data channel with no information sent over WebSocker or HTTP(S) To that end, we devised the following theoretical "algorithm": Have a static JS script loaded on the browser This JS script will give the browser an "offer SDP" that is static (we create it beforehand) - as if it came from an external server We then inject the SDP into a newly created peer connection and grab the Answer SDP from it We take the dynamic pieces from this Answer SDP and send it to our server component To that end, we open first another peer connection, configuring its TURN server to have as username and password the dynamic parts of the Answer SDP After sending the "credentials" to the TURN server - we close this second peer connection Now we have the SDP Answer in our TURN server So we pass that information to our WebRTC server The WebRTC server will now acts as if he sent out the initial offer SDP and received the answer SDP and connect a data channel with the browser We should be able to connect using this single IP+port of the WebRTC server multiple browsers in parallel What did we have here? ... Here's the project in broad strokes: We need to be able to open a data channel with no information sent over WebSocker or HTTP(S) To that end, we devised the following theoretical "algorithm": Have a static JS script loaded on the browser This JS script will give the browser an "offer SDP" that is static (we create it beforehand) - as if it came from an external server We then inject the SDP into a newly created peer connection and grab the Answer SDP from it We take the dynamic pieces from this Answer SDP and send it to our server component To that end, we open first another peer connection, configuring its TURN server to have as username and password the dynamic parts of the Answer SDP After sending the "credentials" to the TURN server - we close this second peer connection Now we have the SDP Answer in our TURN server So we pass that information to our WebRTC server The WebRTC server will now acts as if he sent out the initial offer SDP and received the answer SDP and connect a data channel with the browser We should be able to connect using this single IP+port of the WebRTC server multiple browsers in parallel What did we have here? ... A bit of JS code in the browser Some TURN server manipulation A WebRTC server, written on top (and inside) Google's WebRTC code - probably playing with DTLS while at it Is that something you can work out?
Skills: WebRTC JavaScript TCP/IP
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $150 - Posted
I am looking for knowledge in recording functionality using webRTC. I am trying to make Video Conference Application with Conference Recording functionality using WebRTC. ... I am trying to make Video Conference Application with Conference Recording functionality using WebRTC. I am very much new to Video Conferencing things and Client-Server Connection scenarios.
Fixed-Price - Expert ($$$) - Est. Budget: $750 - Posted
We have an application that was developed. The issue is that the recording is done in multiple pieces and we need to have the recording done in a single .webm or .mp4 file format with the all video and audio properly synced together during a screen recording session. Here is a link that should be very helpful: https://github.com/muaz-khan/RTCMultiConnection/blob/master/docs/tips-tricks.md#record-all-videos-in-single-file There may be one issue in that we already have had developed a Chrome and Firefox extension and we don't want to have to install another extension from the link shown above. We have only a limited amount of funds to complete this and need to have accurate cost estimates to complete this issue. Thank you.
Skills: WebRTC HTML5 JavaScript Website Development
Hourly - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Time: More than 6 months, 30+ hrs/week - Posted
Requirements for the project: Strong experience in Asp.net MVC Must have experience with Web Workers, Web Sockets, WebRTC, ES6 Should be strong in design patterns Think outside the box We are excited to gather the dream team to start this project ASAP.
Skills: AngularJS C# CSS HTML HTML5 Java JavaScript Microsoft SQL Server Administration MongoDB MySQL Administration React.js Redux for JavaScript
Hourly - Expert ($$$) - Est. Time: Less than 1 week, Less than 10 hrs/week - Posted
You will provide php or java codes to accomplish the following: From the site front-end, enable the user to: 1. use webcam and microphone to record 1 minute voice and image on the fly 2. delete/record until the desire quality is achieved per each session 2. upload the file at front end for backend processing for Accept or Reject 3. When Accepted, the user account is flagged to enabled. And, when Rejected an email is sent to the user's email to re-record a new audio/video file to be sent. It must work across all browsers: Internet Explorer, Edge, Chrome, Mozzilla, iOS, Android, and etc.
Skills: WebRTC Java PHP
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $5,000 - Posted
We require a PROPOSAL for the development of a “video chat module” which will allow for live communication between 2 individuals across any device and platform. This will become an extension to our current app which works on iOS, Android and desktop (MAC/PC).
Skills: WebRTC