Re: WebRTC Next Version Use Cases: Now available!


I research Immersive Telepresence over the Internet.

I read "WebRTC-NV Use Cases" and I'm really excited to read REQ-ID N25.

Since Immersive Telepresence is not commercial-level but research-level 
currently, I have not sent any request to WebRTC-NV discussion.

However, I think this document suggest that some people have similar 
interests, so I'll send a user report summarizing about my research area.

This report evaluates how much synchronization can be done with current 
WebRTC specifications in various network environments.

I hope you find it helpful.

#I'm not a native English speaker, so if you do not understand my 
report, please ask me.

Best Regards,

Toshiya Nakakura

On 2018/10/08 23:19, Stojiljkovic, Aleksandar wrote:
> Hello,
> > There might be a potential additional requirement: hardware 
> acceleration (say WebGL/WebGPU) should be available to process video 
> content.
> I started expanding this in Issue 17. 
> <>
> Did you mean something else?
> Kind Regards,
> Aleksandar
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> *From:* Bernard Aboba []
> *Sent:* Saturday, October 06, 2018 1:52 AM
> *To:* youenn fablet
> *Cc:* WebRTC WG
> *Subject:* Re: WebRTC Next Version Use Cases: Now available!
> Agree with your suggested next steps.  Sounds like you have
> already begun to drill down on the requirements. Understanding
> if they are real or just “nice to have” is very important.
> Would you like to help with the discussion at TPAC and/or with the slides?
> On Oct 5, 2018, at 2:15 PM, youenn fablet < 
> <>> wrote:
>> Thanks Bernard,
>> This is a great document and I like the list of requirements.
>> I am curious about the next steps you would like to see happening there.
>> It seems to me we could do things like:
>> - Validate/extend the list of requirements
>> - List what is missing/sub-optimal in the web platform to fulfill the 
>> requirements.
>> Looking at section 3.3 funny hats for instance:
>> - Web Audio can be used to get access to the raw audio data and 
>> modify it (N20, N21, N22).
>> - Web Audio somehow supports N24 if we rewrite N24 to something like: 
>> "It must be possible to do efficient media manipulation out of the 
>> main thread."
>> - N23 supports seems to be missing but it is unclear whether this is 
>> a mandatory requirement that derives from the use cases.
>> The question that arises is whether Web Audio has any shortcoming 
>> with regards to WebRTC media processing.
>> If we look at video for the same section:
>> - Video element + Canvas + requestAnimationFrame allows supporting 
>> N20, N21, N22
>> - OffscreenCanvas supports N24
>> - N23 support seems to be missing
>> There might be a potential additional requirement: hardware 
>> acceleration (say WebGL/WebGPU) should be available to process video 
>> content.
>> Also, while N20, N21 and N22 are fulfilled, I believe the current web 
>> platform support has some shortcomings:
>> - requestAnimationFrame kicks in no matter whether the track has a 
>> new frame or not.
>> - Canvas is ARGB while track frames might be YUV which creates a 
>> conversion cost.
>> These shortcomings might limit the overall efficiency, thus limiting 
>> the processing in terms of frame rate and/or frame resolution.
>> Hope this helps,
>> Y
>>> On Sep 4, 2018, at 11:44 AM, Bernard Aboba 
>>> < <>> 
>>> wrote:
>>> Actually, a better link to view it is here: 
>>> <>
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>>> *From:*Bernard Aboba
>>> *Sent:*Tuesday, September 4, 2018 11:39:00 AM
>>> *To:* <>
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