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Open source video conference cross platform native clients

 
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For weeks I have been researching to find an open source video conferencing platform that allows integration from native clients. I am developing a solution that would need to communicate from a native app via a windows dll (at least initially). Ultimately, I want develop my application for any OS to talk to it natively. A lot of platforms provide the JavaScript interface (like Jitsi) but wrapping this in a windows dll is both complicated and has a huge footprint. What open source video conference servers are available that have native windows clients that can be packaged in a DLL?
 
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Welcome to the Ranch.

The technology you want to research is WebRTC. Something like https://github.com/aisouard/libwebrtc should fit the bill, but no doubt there are others out there.
 
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