WebRTC Frame Event Logging API

WebRTC Frame Event Logging API will allow an application to record timestamps when each frame is processed by different parts of the processing pipeline. Each frame is uniquely identified, which allows to correlate values received for each frame on both ends of the connection and then measure total end-to-end latency for each individual frame. This is required in many contexts for measuring things like click-to-effect performance, camera-to-screen lag and so on.



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Status in Chromium


No active development (tracking bug)

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Last updated on 2018-12-03