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Microsoft has recently launched Windows 10 preview build 14352 and it has added H.264/AVC support to the RTC (Real-time communication) stack in Microsoft Edge browser.

Microsoft had announced it previously that they would add H.264/AVC support for Edge’s RTC feature. Today, here is what Microsoft stated:-

Today we’re excited to announce preliminary support for H.264/AVC support in the real-time communications (RTC) stack in Microsoft Edge, as initially promised in our April roadmap update. You can preview this feature in Windows Insider Preview builds starting with EdgeHTML 14.14352 by navigating to about:flags and checking “Enable experimental H.264/AVC support.” This change helps enable interoperable video communications solutions across browsers for basic 1:1 calling scenarios.

Microsoft’s will expand its RTC features in coming months and they will also include support for the WebRTC 1.0 APl. You can read the full blog post here.