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Unnamed SFU Videoconferencing

(Unnamed SFU) is a videoconferencing server that is very easy to deploy (just copy a few files and run the binary) and that requires moderate server resources. While it was originally designed to be suitable for conferences, where a small number of media streams (typically just two or three) are sent to hundreds of receivers, it turns out to work just fine for multi-party discussions.

For small groups of people (up to 4 or 5), (unnamed) is preferred, since it provides better video quality, has a stronger security model, and requires minimal server resources.


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