[rtcweb] a=sendrecv

Martin Thomson <martin.thomson@gmail.com> Tue, 05 November 2013 00:11 UTC

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I thought that the current assumption was that if you add a stream,
then the offer that you generate was marked a=sendrecv, unless you
have an explicit OfferToReceiveVideo set to false/0.

Or is it the case that an offer for a new m= section on an existing
session is different to an initial offer?

I'd prefer to keep this consistent.

Oh, and what was that BUNDLE question Justin?