How to make a multipoint WebRTC conference MCU with recording and screen-sharing in the browser

During the lockdown, which is now weakening, then becoming more active with a vengeance, a huge number of new professions have appeared. Proficients in creating involving Instagram Stories, course producers, e-learning specialists and other unknown-before-creatures — all of them have mastered a new job that gave them the holy bread in the pandemic. Once you hire a creator of involving Instagram Stories (and let’s all hope this person was teached by a professional, not a snake oil salesman), your business grows just with adding some creativity in advertising that will take the heart of even the most fastidious customer. Same works with e-learning specialists: you recruit them and they do all the important tasks from writing articles that will also help in promoting your classes to arranging lessons on your Coursera course. A complete flight of imagination: if it seems to you that some jobs don’t exist, then you just don’t spend enough time online. In general, online work has become popularized as never and now hardly anyone will say: «He is engaged in some kind of garbage — he makes TikToks but it would be better for him to toil at the factory!». In total, online work has become popularized as never and now hardly anyone will say: «He is engaged in some kind of garbage — he makes TikToks, but it would be better for him to toil at the factory!».

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How to make a multipoint WebRTC conference MCU with recording and screen-sharing in the browser
Source: geektimes