I want to build a system that can share video and exchange audio from a robot to a group of remote browser clients.
The robot is running Ubuntu Linux and all the applications are running in background without any UI. The video is 1-way from the robot and the audio is 2-way.
Is it possible to build a client in C++ to connect to Jisti conference service and how to do it?
Any advice is greatly appreciated.
The easiest way to implement a WebRTC client is IMHO doing it with a browser. So, if your robot runs Ubuntu, is it powerful enough to run Chromium or an Electron application? That would be ideal. You could use the Jitsi Meet UI directly (without displaying it) and setting lastN to 0, so you don’t receive any video, while you’d be send it.
Here is something similar I did a while ago: https://gist.github.com/saghul/179feba3df9f12ddf316decd0181b03e#file-stream-js (it mutes audio, which you don’t want to do). It uses Node.js, Puppeteer and Chromium.
On May 21, 2018, at 06:33, Dayang Dai <email@example.com> wrote:
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