One of the most challenging problems in Video transport is the ability to determine exactly how much data exactly one can send without overwhelming their peer. In this video Emil talks about how machine learning can help with some of the aspects of this problem
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We are humbled to share that Jitsi Meet has won the Open Source Classic award at the DINAcon awards 2017, which took place in Bern (Switzerland) last Friday. The list of nominees was impressive, so we were incredibly lucky and grateful to make it to the finals. Out of 5 categories Jitsi Meet emerged victorious […]
A good number of you have been setting up Jitsi Meet with authentication regardless of the fact that merely making sense of our tutorial on the subject is a notable act of heroism (anyone interested in writing a better one?). Unfortunately though, after going through all the trouble many of you were disappointed to find out […]
Another summer of code is behind us, and we’re here to present what our GSoC students accomplished throughout the program. We had four students this year, and three of them completed their projects while one withdrew in the last third of the program. Nik’s speech recognition project went very well. We now have jigasi performing […]
Our friends from Matrix have just finished their Jitsi integration and now have first class video conferencing support! Go Matrix!
We now have a working prototype of speech-to-text in jitsi-meet, implemented as part of jigasi. In this first version the transcribed text is just added to the chat, but a better interface is in the plans. This is all part of Nik Vaessen’s GSoC project, and you can read his blog post for some of […]