I am interested in the
zeroRtpOnPause used in combination with
disableTrackOnPause producer options.
The API docs mention that
zeroRtpOnPause “[…](will internally call
rtpSender.replaceTrack(null) , so just available in modern WebRTC implementations)”.
Does the modern WebRTC implementation requirement refers only to the producer, or also to the consumer? I mean if the sending side replaces the track with
null, the consumer side has to know how to deal with this, no?