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  1. Hi everyone, I am trying to set up conference app and wondering about the following scenario: Let's say we have a room with 1 publisher publishing via WebRTC and 100 watchers watching the publisher stream via WebRTC. Publisher have a good network connection, but some of watchers are not. As far as I know, WebRTC have built-in adaptive bitrate algorithm which forces publisher to decrease quality of the video if the peer have poor network connection. Will the fact that some of watchers have poor network connection (high ping, low bandwidth) lead to a decrease in the quality of the stream which publisher sends to the server? So all watchers will see low-quality video even if most of them have pretty good network connection?
  2. Hello, everyone. I'm using JavaScript SDK to create a web conference client app where there are few publishers and many (hundreds to thousands) viewers inside each SFU conference room. So I intend to use Ant Media Server in a cluster mode. Could you please clarify some questions: 1. I want each publisher to be able to view streams of other publishers of the same conference room. Do I need two different connections (two instances of WebRTCAdaptor) in that case: one for publishing (origin server) and one for viewing (edge server)? Or it can be done via single connection to the origin server? 2. Is it required for SFU conference room that all publishers of the room are connected to the same origin server?
  3. Hello, everybody. The behavior of Ant Media when I am trying to create conference room having the same roomId multiple times via REST API is not entirely clear for me. Steps to reproduce: 1. Open two tabs of the browser with conference demo https://localhost:5443/LiveApp/conference.html 2. Create conference room via REST API: curl -X 'POST' 'https://localhost:5443/LiveApp/rest/v2/broadcasts/conference-rooms' -H 'accept: application/json' -H 'Content-Type: application/json' -d '{ "roomId": "test_room" }' 3. Join the room "test_room" in browser tab #1 4. Repeat create request: curl -X 'POST' 'https://localhost:5443/LiveApp/rest/v2/broadcasts/conference-rooms' -H 'accept: application/json' -H 'Content-Type: application/json' -d '{ "roomId": "test_room" }' 5. Join the room "test_room" in the browser tab #2 What I expect to see: I see two videos (local and remote) in browser tab #1 and two videos (local and remote) in browser tab #2 What I actually see: I see two videos (local and remote) in browser tab #1 and only one video (local) in browser tab #2. Is this behavior the expected one?
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