A Python extension that provides bindings to WebRTC M92
Stop making unstandard pure implementations of WebRTC and let’s use the native library!
This project follows the W3C specification with some modifications and additions to make it work better with Python applications, with useful APIs like programmatic audio and video.
This project is still under development and isn’t ready for any serious use. In the current stage, it’s possible to establish connection and work with audio, but many interfaces and methods not implemented yet.
import asyncio import webrtc async def main(): pc = webrtc.RTCPeerConnection() stream = webrtc.get_user_media() for track in stream.get_tracks(): pc.add_track(track, stream) audio_source = webrtc.RTCAudioSource() track = audio_source.create_track() pc.add_track(track) local_sdp = await pc.create_offer() print(local_sdp.sdp) if __name__ == '__main__': asyncio.run(main())
- Python 3.7 or higher
- pip 21 or higher
- And compatible platform:
Building from sources (sdist):
- ~15 GB of free disk space
- CMake 3.14 or higher
- GCC 7.5 or higher
- glibc 2.18 or higher
- ARM toolchain (ARM only)
Full building instruction will be present later
Build from sources:
pip3 install --pre wrtc --no-binary wrtc
The documentation is live at readthedocs.io.
You can get help in several ways:
- Report bugs, request new features by creating an issue.
- Ask question by starting a discussion.
Contributions of any sizes are welcome.
Special thanks to
- Authors of node-webrtc.
python-webrtc is published under the BSD 3-Clause License.