Looks like Microsoft is working on a great feature for users using Edge. Microsoft used users will be getting this codec support soon. This change helps enable interoperable video communications solutions across browsers for basic 1:1 calling scenarios.
This preview release adds the following for H.264/AVC support in our RTC stack:
- Support for packetization-mode 1, per RFC 7742
- Support for Constrained Baseline Profile with levels up to 4.2 (i.e. with profile-level-id=42c02a)
- Support for the absolute send time header extension (abs-send-time)
- Support for Picture Loss Indication (PLI), per RFC 4585
H.264/AVC support is currently available through the ORTC API in Microsoft Edge. These features lay the foundation for video interoperability within the Edge RTP stack, and we plan to extend this in future release by supporting additional feedback messages (e.g. Generic NACK) as well as congestion control and robustness mechanisms (e.g. RTX).
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