The Web Audio API makes it possible to properly achieve AV synchronization.
The content of a `MediaStreamTrack` is exposed as a stream that can be manipulated or used to generate new content.
A brief overview of the history, architecture, use cases, and future of WebRTC.
Manipulating video stream components.
Make sure your service worker knows what to do when a partial response is requested.
Pan, tilt, and zoom features on cameras are finally controllable on the web.
Learn how to use the `requestVideoFrameCallback()` to work more efficiently with videos in the browser.
Learn how to profile the performance of Web Audio apps in Chrome using `about://tracing` and the **WebAudio** tab in DevTools.
How to ensure that the core functionality of your website is always available, accessible, secure, usable, discoverable, and fast.
How to integrate with hardware media keys, customize media notifications, and more.
Learn basic video. Increase engagement.
Ensuring buttery smooth video playback across all devices.
WebAssembly lets us extend the browser with new features. This article shows how to port the AV1 video decoder and play AV1 video in any modern browser.