Remote collaboration is common nowadays in conferencing, tele-health and remote teaching applications. To support these interactive use cases, Real-Time Communication (RTC) solutions, as the open-source WebRTC framework, are generally used. WebRTC is peer-to-peer by design, which entails that each sending peer needs to encode a separate, independent stream for each receiving peer in the remote session. This approach is therefore expensive in terms of number of encoders and not able to scale well for a large number of users. To overcome this issue, a WebRTC-compliant framework is proposed in this paper, where only a limited number of encoders are used at sender-side. Consequently, each encoder can transmit to a multitude of receivers at the same time. The conference controller, a centralized Selective Forwarding Unit (SFU), dynamically forwards the most suitable stream to each of the receivers, based on their bandwidth conditions. Moreover, the controller dynamically recomputes the encoding bitrates of the sender, to follow the long-term bandwidth variations of the receivers and increase the delivered video quality. The benefits of this framework are showcased using a demo implemented using the Jitsi-Videobridge software, a WebRTC SFU, for the controller and the Chrome browser for the peers. Particularly, we demonstrate how our framework can improve the received video quality up to 15% compared to an approach where the encoding bitrates are static and do not change over time.