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Microsoft brings WebRTC closer to Internet Explorer for easier Skype calls in the browser

27/10/2014

Today Skype announced that it has begun work with the W3c (World Wide Web Consortium) and the IETF (Internet Engineering Task Force) to (...)
Today Skype announced that it has begun work with the W3c (World Wide Web Consortium) and the IETF (Internet Engineering Task Force) to let you call from within a browser more easily. The company believes its ORTC API  for WebRTC could make video and audio calls more prevalent outside of specialized apps by providing a powerful web standard that supports simulcast and variable bandwiths without the typical need for a separate plug-in. The video platform is to be built upon common standards like the ubiquitous H.264 codec, whereas audio includes Opus, G.722, and G.711 support. The team says it’s looking into adapting... This story continues at The Next Web Today Skype announced that it has begun work with the W3c (World Wide Web Consortium) and the IETF (Internet Engineering Task Force) to let you call from within a browser more easily. The company believes its ORTC API  for WebRTC could make video and audio calls more prevalent outside of specialized apps by providing a powerful web standard that supports simulcast and variable bandwiths without the typical need for a separate plug-in. The video platform is to be built upon common standards like the ubiquitous H.264 codec, whereas audio includes Opus, G.722, and G.711 support. The team says it’s looking into adapting... This story continues at The Next Web
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