Re: [rtcweb] JSEP-06: max-bundle policy questions

Christer Holmberg <> Mon, 24 February 2014 19:24 UTC

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Hi Martin,

I buy the argument that different applications may have different priorities regarding media type, so a "MUST audio" is not a good idea.

But, should the application then be able to indicate which media type (or, even which media source) shall be considered "first"? The browser probably has no clue?



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Martin Thomson <> wrote:

On 24 February 2014 08:54, Christer Holmberg
<> wrote:
> The text says that all streams other than the first will be marked as
> bundle-only. But, will the application have any clue which media type that
> first stream will be? Should we e.g. specify that it MUST be audio (if audio
> is enabled)?

I'd prefer not.  I'm OK with having a recommendation (or RECOMMENDED),
but not MUST.

If anything, the idea here is to select the media section that is
*most important*.  That's going to be application-specific.  Common
usages might have audio being the most important, but that's not a
universal principal.

MUST would also require a higher degree of specification.  Do you
prefer video over application?  Does it matter which application?
What if video is more important?