We are currently focusing our efforts on getting out of the fork business. This effort is happening in the WinRTC GitHub repo. Keeping WebRTC-UWP fork doesn’t allow us to move fast enough. We are contributing back the changes needed to build WebRTC.org code base for UWP. Here are some of the changes we’re contributing back:
Besides the new video capturing module that is being reviewed, we’re also creating a new audio capturing module. There are more changes in the pipeline to be contributed back and more changes required for finishing the port. After having WebRTC.org code base compatible with UWP, we’re going to work on a WinRT abstraction layer allowing easy consumption of WebRTC capabilities by WinRT projections.
That said, keep in mind we are contributing back the changes and we have no control over when/if the changes will be accepted by their teams.
This is the central point for documentaion for WebRTC on UWP. Here you can find pointers to samples, links to the complete SDK and development how-tos.
Some repositories which can be cloned independently have
readme.md files that list basic requirements. In general those repositories link back to this site for more detailed information.
Please submit any documentation issues or requests to this repository.
The latest working branch
releases/m71. This branch currently includes support for Unity & HoloLens with known issues (see below). Please direct PRs to this branch.
The following platforms are supported in the current release:
run.pyscript. See the documentaion in the
webrtc-uwp-sdkrepo for additional information.
Unitysample applications. See the Unity docs for more information.
SimplePeerConnnectionplugin: Google provides Unity samples which leverage a plugin called
SimplePeerConnectionon other platforms. An example of this plugin is available in the
cse/m71-ksbranch of the
WrapperCproject of the
WebRtc.Win32.slnsolution to produce the output file
libOrg.WebRtc.WrapperC.dllin order to use this functionality.
Note: Currently only raw audio and video received from a remote peer are available in .NET Standard 2.0. Additional work is underway to allow audio & video injection from a “headless” peer, and a sample application to demonstrate rendering video using this Dll is planned for future development.
WebRTC UWP is periodically merged with the WebRTC.org source to maintain currency. The branches named
releases/m71 are merged with the Chrome milestone of the same number. The features and API for these releases are equivalent to those in the same version of Chrome. For more information on the features in any given branch see the WebRTC release notes.