If you use his code you should reference him
As of this is just a blatant ripoff of someone else's work.
But, sure, WebRTC. Let’s give it a shot.
But it seems that WebRTC could improve this by not requiring the server code. I also just wonder what else there is along these lines.
I know modern Intel CPUs have hardware based transcoding for H264 but I’m not 100% sure whether WebRTC uses it.
That project is several years old.
There's a bunch of grammatical errors on the site (space after exclamation mark, missing words), which prevents me from trusting it.
The design is also very... strange. It looks like a mess. (Sorry!)
There's that first logo "BA net" which looks pretty bad, like someone took someone elses app icon and used Paint to draw a rectangle and some text above it.
Everything around the header is positioned weirdly. My eyes don't know where to focus. There's no visual hierarchy. (Also, what's with that weird "party" icon at the right? At least make it the same size as the BA net logo, and align it to the top right.)
Above the header there's a sort of feature list, I thought it was a menu at first. Why use a period to separate items? Maybe move it down to the features list along with some context ("Here's what you can use it for...")
The big button looks ok, but it's encased in a grey border. Why is there a border around it?
Same with the feature list. The border just makes it look ugly. There's no padding to the left of the "Features" header, and the first item randomly doesn't have a border. Why?
Is anyone actually using those audio and text chat iframes? First of all, they're way to small to serve a practical purpose, and they also have a border again.
The operating system icons don't look nice against the grey background. Are they even needed?
Finally there's some mess in the bottom menu link items. Just a bunch of random stuff, I guess? Maybe just remove it, and use some proper CSS instead of periods and no-breaking space characters.
You're using a lot of boxes that don't align, sometimes there's a border, there's all sorts of different font sizes. It's kind of sloppy, which reflects poorly on the underlying product.
I wonder if that's on purpose. Or most people that might use this wouldn't care too much about the details?
There is some basic information to connect the peers. But we do not store any user info on ba.net. https://ba.net/screen/privacy.html