Jitsi Meet - Web Conferences
✔ 100% open source
✔ Encrypted by default
✔ HD audio with Opus
✔ No account needed
✔ Presentations and desktop sharing
✔ Integrated chat
✔ Invite by pretty URLs https://MySite.com/OurConf
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.
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.
Jitsi Meet
Web conferences
Secure video calls and chat
Jitsi Videobridge
Video relaying for efficient conferences
The Jitsi media library

Jitsi News


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.

Temasys contributes Safari/IE plugin to meet.jit.si


Following a contribution from Temasys, it is now possible to join meet.jit.si conferences through Safari and IE.

Switching to the Apache License


We are happy to announce that all projects in the Jitsi community are switching to the Apache License! Enjoy! :)

Firefox multistream and renegotiation for Jitsi Videobridge


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.

Research on Last N


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.

BlueJimp joins Atlassian!


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.

Jitsi 2.8 released


This is a minor update that solves a couple of problems reported since the 2.6 release. Most importantly the video crash on Windows and users of ancient Macs (OSX 10.6/10.7) can download a legacy version that runs on Apple’s Java 6.

The changelog gives you an overview of the changes.

Jitsi@FOSDEM 2015


As usual, the Jitsi team will be present at FOSDEM 2015: Friday through Sunday, Jan 30 to Feb 01 in Brussels. We will have our stand on the 2nd floor in the K-Building, a lightning talk (Scalable Video Conferencing with Jitsi Videobridge) and a Java Dev Talk (Jitsi Videobridge in Cryptoland). Looking forward to meeting you all there!

Jitsi Videobridge Performance Evaluation


Think video conferencing with 1000s of streams on a single server is hard? Checkout the results from our brand new performance evaluation for Jitsi Videobridge:

CTO of the FCC, Dr Henning Schulzrinne, at VUC 500 using Jitsi Videobridge


Dr Henning Schulzrinne, CTO at the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), was the guest of honour for the 500th edition of the VoIP Users Conference (VUC). The conference was hosted on Jitsi Videobridge and Henning joined using Jitsi Meet!


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!


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