Extends the MediaCapabilities API to support WebRTC streams. The MediaCapabilities API helps web sites to make informed
decisions on what codec, resolution, etc. to use for video playback by providing information about whether a configuration is
supported and also whether the playback is expected to be smooth. This feature extends the MediaCapabilities API to also
include WebRTC streams.
This feature extends the MediaCapabilities API to also include WebRTC streams. This will allow an RTC application to determine
what media configuration that is suitable to use for this particular client even before setting up the RTC peer connection.
Without this feature, the application has to guess what configuration that is suitable. This may result in poor quality due to the
application using unnecessary low resolution, frame rate, etc. Or stuttering if the client is not capable of handling the stream at
the desired frame rate.
Initial public proposalNone
TAG review statusPending
Interoperability and Compatibility
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Link to entry on the Chrome Platform Statushttps://chromestatus.com/feature/6242376685191168