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Pion WebRTC - A pure Go implementation of the WebRTC API

  •    Go

Pion is the Modern Stack for Web Real-Time Communication. It implements the WebRTC API. Spend more time building and less time learning a new API. Its feature include PeerConnection API support for DataChannels, Send/Receive audio and video, Renegotiation. It provides API with direct RTP/RTCP access, API also allows developer to pass their own packetizer, Opus, PCM, H264, VP8 and VP9 packetizer, Sender/Receiver Reports, Easy integration with x264, libvpx, GStreamer and ffmpeg and lot more.

webrtc - A pure Golang implementation of the WebRTC Native API

  •    Go

See DESIGN.md for an overview of features and future goals. Check out the example applications to help you along your Pion WebRTC journey.

webrtc-translate - Highly experimental (read: "barely working") app that uses WebRTC API and Web Speech API to provide almost (read: "not really") real-time translations during a video call

  •    Javascript

Highly experimental (read: "barely working") app that uses WebRTC API and WebSpeech API to provide almost (read: "not really") real-time translations during a video call. At the moment it works only in Chrome, though there's an experimental Web Speech Recognition API implementation in Firefox Nightly, so it's possible that it will work in Firefox soon as well. The UI was inspired by iTranslate app. If you want to host it yourself, you'll need a Google Translate API key. You can select the language you speak in from the select box on the top left. Click the flag button under the video to start speech recognition. The speech recognition will stop automatically once you stop speaking or press the flag button again.






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