Jitsi - Open Source Video Calls and Chat
Secure video calls, conferencing, chat, desktop sharing, file transfer, support for your favorite OS, and IM network. All this, and more, in Jitsi - the most complete and advanced open source communicator.
Video Calls
Really See your friends with Jitsi and its high quality SIP and XMPP video calls!

Jitsi can encrypt your calls using the innovative ZRTP. Do you see the padlock? You can safely tell your secrets!
Conference Calls
Meet as many people as you want in one single call. Create conferences over any SIP or XMPP service and add to them anyone you want regardless of what application they are using.
Instant Messaging
Use all your networks from the same application. Jitsi lets you connect to Facebook, GoogleTalk, XMPP, Windows Live, Yahoo!, AIM, and ICQ so that you can chat to all your friends in the simplest possible way.
Desktop Sharing
Show your desktop to anyone with a video-capable XMPP or SIP client. Allow other Jitsi users to interact with your applications regardless of your OS.

Oh ... and did we mention your session can be ZRTP encrypted?
Multi Platform
You can download Jitsi and use it regardless of your OS. Simply download our Windows, Mac OS X, or Linux packages. With a little bit of extra bravery you can also easily build and run it on FreeBSD.
Secure communications
Secure audio and video calls. All your calls through Jitsi are encrypted and completely secure. Enable the encrypted chat to start a private conversation with your friends.
Secure video calls and chat from any Android device soon! A full featured Jitsi mobile application coming soon for Android.

Open Source Video Calls and Chat

Jitsi News

Jitsi (formerly SIP Communicator) is an audio/video and chat communicator that supports protocols such as SIP, XMPP/Jabber, AIM/ICQ, Windows Live, Yahoo! and many other useful features.

Jitsi is Open Source / Free Software, and is available under the terms of the LGPL.

Thanks JetBrains!


JetBrains have just contributed free WebStorm licenses to the entire Jitsi team to help with our work on Jitsi Meet. Thanks JetBrains!

Jitsi Videobridge and JitMeet at the VoIP Users Conference


Jitsi made a guest appearance at VoIP Users Conferemce episode 482 this Friday. This time however, the entire show was running on JitMeet, Jitsi Videobridge and WebRTC. It was a great show! What’s even better is that Jitsi hosted VUC episodes may become a lot more frequent in the near future, so stay tuned!

Three more days to apply for Jitsi’s GSoC! Apply Now!


The GSoC application deadline is this Friday (March 21). GSoC is an awesome way to spend the summer: writing FLOSS code, working on Jitsi and getting paid $5000 for it all. Students, have a look at our project ideas and then apply here

Hangout outage? Try JitMeet!


The advice first appeared on planet.ubuntu.com which was relaying Daniel Pocock’s post. Bottom line is: if you need video conferencing the simplest possible way then just go to meet.jit.si using Chromium, Chrome or Opera. Experience the power of Jitsi Videobridge!

Jitsi in Google Summer of Code 2014! Hello Students!


We are happy to announce that Jitsi is taking part in Google Summer of Code 2014 ! We are looking forward to an exciting summer with some very cool projects! Students, have a look at all the project ideas that we have and get paid $5000 to spend the summer working on them!

Our JitMeet talk at FOSDEM


We gave a talk on meet.jit.si describing Jitsi Videobridge, JitMeet and the other components that we used to build the service. Check it out

Learn about Jitsi Videobridge and JitMeet at BlogGeek


BlogGeek.me is one of the most renowned sources of WebRTC news, viewpoints, analysis and debates. This week the site is running an article/interview on Jitsi Videobridge. Have a look!

Meet us at FOSDEM 2014!


As usual, the Jitsi team will be present at FOSDEM 2014: Friday through Sunday, Jan 31 to Feb 02 in Brussels. We will have our usual stand and one lightning talk on Jitsi Videobridge and JitMeet. Looking forward to meeting you all there!

Open Hangouts with WebRTC, Jitsi Videobridge and COLIBRI


A sample video demonstrating open video conferencing with Jitsi Videobridge and COLIBRI. The JavaScript application behind this demo was built by Philipp Hancke from Estos. It uses the COLIBRI protocol extension and XMPP MUCs for coordinating participants.


The Jitsi FAQ can usually answer most questions. You can also ask on the dev mailing list, or at the irc channel #jitsi at irc.freenode.net.


If you would like to help the project or follow its progress, make sure you join our Mailing Lists, or simply peek at the screenshots. Helping us translate it into your native language would be a great way to start your open source adventure!


In addition to its contributors and community, this project owes a lot to its faithful partners.