Fwd: Warp Demo + Updates

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Luke Curley

Jul 15, 2022, 3:09:19 PM7/15/22
to web-transport-dev
Cross posting to web-transport-dev as well. Warp is a video protocol that uses WebTransport. I wrote a quick server in Go and a web player that might be useful for folks.

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From: Luke Curley <kixe...@gmail.com>
Date: Mon, Jul 11, 2022 at 12:41 PM
Subject: Warp Demo + Updates
To: MOQ Mailing List <m...@ietf.org>

Hey MOQ,

To demonstrate how Warp works, I put together a crude demo server and web player. There's quite a few limitations and the setup is more convoluted than it needs to be, but it should be a good starting point for anybody interested in the technology. I suggest scrolling down and watching the buffer visualization during congestion!

I highly recommend running it locally because the UI has an easy way to throttle the network. But if you can't be bothered, there's a public demo for Chrome only. It's a tiny EC2 instance running in us-west-2 so I won't guarantee that it works or provides a good experience.

I also updated the warp draft, primarily adding a new section on configuration. Warp is a generic video transport protocol, but based on feedback from the previous thread on the mailing list, I thought it was important to outline how low-latency can be achieved. I filed a few issues if anybody wants to chime in or add new ones.

Looking forward to the BoF!
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