Source ref: WHIP: WebRTC meets the broadcasting world | by Medooze | Medium
GitHub - CoSMoSoftware/OBS-studio-webrtc: This is a fork of OBS-studio with generic support for webrtc. It leverages the same webrtc implementation most browsers use.
The above link’s author created a WHIP protocol, which uses SDP over HTTP as a signaling mechanism, it’s also supported by Janus or Jitsi.
I thought this is more flexible than mediasoup’s example which is using 4 audio/video RTP/RTCP UDP ports(no signaling), because browser-side RTP push stream with H264 encoding works fine, but client-side is not.
But i don’t know if ffmpeg/gstreamer supports SDP offer based producer-side RTP push stream, i just want a convenient client-side RTP push stream for video streaming…