Today 8×8 announced it has acquired the Jitsi team and our technology from Atlassian. This is a great thing and will only help to keep Jitsi’s momentum with renewed investment. The Jitsi team will remain […]
The Illinois Institute of Technology in Chicago holds a Real Time Communications Conference – the IIT-RTC Conference – every year where Jitsi has been a regular presenter. This year, Senior Jitsi Developer and University of […]
Here’s the story of a lovely video layout and a powerful video engine that came together to form a new Brady Bunch style video layout: Each call participant’s individual video size is put into the […]
We have a new feature called off-stage layer suppression that helps save bandwidth and CPU for both end users and the Videobridge. To help handle the varying video qualities needed for the active speaker and […]
In Yasen Pramatarov’s latest tutorial video, he walks through concepts on how to scale and load balance a Jitsi Meet install in the cloud: Yasen uses Amazon Web Services (AWS) as an example, but […]
Yasen Pramatarov just released this third tutorial video. This one covers how to setup live streaming and recording using the Jibri module for Jitsi Meet. Jibri is a module that acts as a silent participant […]
The second in our series of video tutorials is now available. This one covers how to load balance Jitsi Meet with multiple Jitsi Videobridges like this: Load balancing is important for additional redundancy in production […]
We are working on a new series of video tutorials. We are happy to announce the first one today – a step-by-step guide on how to setup Jitsi Meet on your own server. The video […]
In their Kranky/Geek video Emil and Lyubo share Jitsi’s experience building a WebRTC app, for mobile with React Native.
Checkout the new YouTube Live Streaming support on meet.jit.si and invite unlimited numbers of viewers to your conferences.
Tired of having to choose between 1080p and reasonable bandwidth consumption? The new simulcast support on meet.jit.si should make you happy then! Also run it yourself by installing Jitsi Meet and Jitsi Videobridge.
Want to share YouTube videos and watch them together with friends? Try the new meet.jit.si!
Interested in what video routers (SFUs) bring to your table? Check out Emil’s presentation from the Kranky/Geek event and also learn what simulcast and SVC are.
Following a contribution from Temasys, it is now possible to join meet.jit.si conferences through Safari and IE.
We are happy to announce that all projects in the Jitsi community are switching to the Apache License! Enjoy! 🙂
After a few months of hard work by Mozilla and Jitsi developers, both Firefox and Jitsi have added the missing pieces and can now work together! In this Mozilla Hacks post we’ll tell you more about the nitty-gritty details of our collaborative adventure.
We recently published a research paper about our “Last N” approach to videoconferencing. It describes how it all works and shows our evaluation based on the implementation in Jitsi Meet and Jitsi Videobridge.
The Jitsi Community just got a lot stronger! BlueJimp, founder of Jitsi, is now part of Atlasssian! The plan is to keep Jitsi at the cutting edge of innovation by keeping it open and in the hands of those who created it in the first place: the open source community.