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Dec 2015
AliF18
@AliF18
Dec 14 2015 06:33
Thanks juancri!
I have some other questions.
I wonder if u help me
what is sandbox signaling?
do i need turn or stun server, assuming that nobody uses NAT?
will simplewebrtc wants me to pay money after some time?
because I think its bandwidth will be full by using all the time by many people? isn't it?
AliF18
@AliF18
Dec 14 2015 06:38
i want to know that if i use it, i won't get to trouble like not presenting services from simplewebrtc?
and lastly i want to know how to create a simple video conference?
u know why i'm asking this?
because my code in line that i have : webrtc.joinRoom('Hello'); all people that open that page will have their face shown!
but i want that anybody comes to that page, can just be added and watch the teacher or tutor or sb like that!
I really appreciate!
Kiss Kiss
AliF18
@AliF18
Dec 14 2015 07:41
oh sorry!
I have added one more question to my questions list:
does simplewebrtc work up to the end?
or it will be down after some time?
AliF18
@AliF18
Dec 14 2015 07:53
because i have heard that simplewebrtc uses some other api that is not for its own!
HELP ME to understand what's happening and what does simplewebrtc do?
Juan Cristóbal Olivares
@juancri
Dec 14 2015 12:17
Q: what is sandbox signaling? A: The sandbox signaling server is a simple signaling server hosted by simplewebrtc for testing purposes only. Read the README file.
Q: do i need turn or stun server, assuming that nobody uses NAT? A: If none of your uses are NATed, so you don't need a STUN/TURN server.
Q: will simplewebrtc wants me to pay money after some time? A: No. Simplewebrtc is just an opensource library.
Q: because I think its bandwidth will be full by using all the time by many people? isn't it? A: No. When you use the sandbox signaling server, all the communication goes P2P without the server relaying the media so little bandwidth is used, only for signaling.
Q: i want to know that if i use it, i won't get to trouble like not presenting services from simplewebrtc? A: If you use it for production, you should install your own signaling and TURN service
Q: and lastly i want to know how to create a simple video conference? A: Read the README file
If you want a private room what I do is to generate a random name plus a fixed prefix
for example "myfancyservice-" + random number
then, you can use your webserver (using socket.io for example) to coordinate the call
AliF18
@AliF18
Dec 14 2015 12:23
Thanks dear juancri!
Juan Cristóbal Olivares
@juancri
Dec 14 2015 12:23
Q: does simplewebrtc work up to the end? or it will be down after some time? A: simplewebrtc is just a library. It should work as long as your have a signaling server and a TURN server andw as long the browsers support webrtc.
AliF18
@AliF18
Dec 14 2015 12:23
i really appreciate
Juan Cristóbal Olivares
@juancri
Dec 14 2015 12:24
I must say I'm not part of simplewebrtc. I'm just a regular user.
AliF18
@AliF18
Dec 14 2015 12:24
oh yeah!
and sth else
u said
for example "myfancyservice-" + random number
but when it is in javascript
everyone can see that and enter in
isn't it?
i mean
sth must happen
that is cant be seen by anybody else
Juan Cristóbal Olivares
@juancri
Dec 14 2015 12:25
the random number can be exchanged by the parties of the call using a private channel (after authentication and using sockets.io for example)
AliF18
@AliF18
Dec 14 2015 12:26
aha
aha
Juan Cristóbal Olivares
@juancri
Dec 14 2015 12:26
I have done this before. I can provide commercial support for this if you want. Let me know.
AliF18
@AliF18
Dec 14 2015 12:26
i got it
thanks dear juancri
i really dont know how i can appreciate!
THANKS THANKS THANKS
Juan Cristóbal Olivares
@juancri
Dec 14 2015 12:27
(y)