I have provided Technical consulting and Development services to Netino.fr since 2016. I worked to validate certain technology if they would fit the company's needs and requirements.
I initially worked on modifications of ffmpeg, the popular open-source project for manipulating and dealing with video & audio data. Anyone who have already looked at this project would know that it is a massive project and navigating your way in the source code is a pretty challenging task in itself. We were successfully able to reach our goals with the modifications and situations that were previously difficult to deal with is now handled with ease.
I also conducted the research in order to enable a new product for Netino, based on the new WebRTC feature of modern browsers. It allows customers to call an operator while navigating a website. This is to maximize conversion and to help customers during purchase, and may be give them advice and suggestions.
I also provided my expertise with open-source projects in the modification of CEF (Chrome Embedded Framework) to enable native support for H.264 and MPEG-TS file format. Netino has a product that makes use of this framework on a daily basis. This project has enabled them to fully support and use the most popular media formats on the web, and hence, be able to support more clients in the process. The MPEG-TS native support also enabled them to create web applications that process various streams that are in this format.