Jitsi Features
work in progress. some features may be missing.

Last updated on January 18, 2014

Jitsi is under active development and the following list of features will probably evolve rapidly so make sure you come back here every on now and then ... or simply click on the

Supported Protocols/Networks

SIP

GoogleTalk

XMPP (Jabber)

Facebook (via XMPP)

.NET Messenger Service (commonly known as MSN or Windows Live Messenger)

Yahoo! Messenger

AIM

ICQ

Calls

- yes
- no
- work in progress
- not planned due to EOL

SIP

XMPP

MSN

Audio calls

Video Calls

Desktop streaming

Audio conference calls

Audio level display

Call recording

Attended transfer

Blind transfer

Call encryption
with SDES/SRTP and ZRTP

Mute

Hold

Support for ICE

Wideband audio
with SILK, G.722 and Speex

Noise suppression

Echo cancellation

Instant Messaging

XMPP

MSN

Yahoo!

ICQ/AIM

SIP

Presence

One-to-one chats

Multi-user chats

File transfer

OTR encryption

Security

  • Encrypted password storage
  • Password protection with a master password
  • Encrypted Instant Messaging with Off-the-Record Messaging (OTRv4)
  • Chat authentication with the Socialist Millionaire Protocol over OTR
  • Call encryption with SRTP and ZRTP for XMPP and SIP
  • Call encryption with SRTP and SDES for XMPP and SIP
  • DNSSEC support

TLS support and certificate-based client authentication for SIP and XMPP

Codecs

  • Audio: Opus, SILK, Speex, G.722, PCMU/PCMA (G.711), iLBC, GSM, G.729 Annex C (requires compilation and licenses)
  • Video: H.264, H.263-1998 / H.263+, (VP8 coming soon…)

Miscellaneous

  • On-line provisioning
  • Provisioning server discovery via DHCP and mDNS (Bonjour)
  • IPv6 fully supported by SIP and XMPP
  • Call history
  • Missed call notifications
  • Systray notifications (using Swing, Growl or libnotify)
  • Drag and drop support for file transfer
  • Integration with Microsoft Outlook and Apple Address Book
  • Presence Integration with Microsoft Outlook: make calls, start chats and see your contacts’ presence from within Microsoft Outlook
  • Support for LDAP directories
  • Support for Google Contacts
  • Cross protocol conference calls: call your contacts over different accounts and protocols and join them in a single conference call.

SIP specific

  • On-line contact list storage with XCAP
  • Secure signalling with TLS
  • DTMF (SIP INFO, RTP RFC 2833/4733, inband)
  • Message Waiting Indication (RFC 3842)
  • Certificate-based client authentication

XMPP Specific

  • DTMF (RTP RFC 2833/4733, inband)
  • Correcting previously sent messages (XEP-0308 Last Message Correction)
  • Certificate-based client authentication