Re: [rtcweb] Coding for rtcweb

Jonathan DETCHART <jonathan.detchart@isae.fr> Wed, 29 May 2013 09:39 UTC

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Hi Frank,

Glad to see ISAE is not the only company which wants to combine network 
coding and webrtc.
As I said in Orlando, we integrated our network coding library (Tetrys) 
inside both VLC RTC modules.
We just encapsulate RTP packets inside Tetrys packets (application 
layer) at the sender, and do the reverse operation at the receivers.

We also work on the integration of NC in webrtc.
We saw that webrtc already integrates a FEC mechanism (you can find the 
sources in the rtp_rtcp module). We would like to estimate if NC could 
improve webrtc performance.

We will attend Berlin meeting and we'll be happy to discuss with you 
about our proposal to assess whether it is possible to converge towards 
compilant implementations.

So, we will be happy to participate to the discussion in Berlin.

Best regards,
Jonathan

Le 28/05/2013 19:21, Frank Fitzek a écrit :
> Dear all,
>
> I attended the meeting in Orlando and heard about your activities. I 
> was highly motivated to follow this activity closer and plan to attend 
> again in Berlin.
>
> In our research group we are interested in P2P in combination with 
> coding, namely network coding. I scanned the documents but could not 
> find anything related yet. We have a network coding library and plan 
> to integrate it to webrtc. We plan to have a running system in autumn 
> for the Vancouver meeting.
>
> Are there any other people in this group that look into similar 
> directions?
>
> Looking forward to start a discussion here or in Berlin.
>
> FF
>