WebRTC is enjoying an ever-expanding influence over the tech market in general and live-streaming specifically. From increased security to plug-in free communication, we've covered the many benefits of WebRTC. However, not all platforms support it. As a server-side media processor, Red5 Pro can effectively handle streams from different sources and networks so that video and audio sessions can be launched with any device. This is why Red5 Pro built failover support into our WebRTC implementation. When publishing or subscribing with a WebRTC application, any platform that does not support WebRTC will failover to Flash (RTMP) or HLS. So how does…

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Don’t take this the wrong way; while we are thrilled about WebRTC and its potential to open up live streaming and communication within browsers, we want to pose the following question: do you actually need WebRTC for your use case? After much analysis, what we’ve found based on talking to our customers is that the answer nine times out of ten is no. Adobe Flash I know what you are thinking. Flash is dead: it’s a memory hog, it has terrible security flaws, and it’s an antiquated relic that should be banished from every browser on…

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