Announcing: In-Browser Compositing With WebRTC

November 12, 2020 by

Our WebRTC GitHub repository contains tons of example code, with its latest addition demonstrating in-browser compositing for publishing a WebRTC stream to Wowza Streaming Engine.

In-browser compositing with WebRTC allows you to create scenes made up of various sources that include multicamera captures, browser windows, webcams, and more. You can toggle between multiple scenes or participants seamlessly and also add custom titling and graphics.

These examples are currently built in React, and they can be tested using the hosted WebRTC composite test page.

Leverage the powerful client-side capabilities of modern browsers to level up the WebRTC experience with Wowza.


How to Get Started
Visit the docs article Publish a Test Composite Stream to Wowza Streaming Engine, and check out our GitHub Repository at


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About Anne Balistreri

As product marketing manager at Wowza, Anne works at the intersection of product, marketing, and sales — putting the customer at the center of it all. She loves to understand the “why” behind our customers' challenges to create solutions and… View more