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
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 […]
If you are wondering, we use this for: “Peer-to-peer for 1 to 1″. It does what it says: every time there are only two participants in a call, instead of using Jitsi Videobridge, Jitsi Meet will now connect them directly. It’s as simple as that. There are two major wins with this feature. First and […]
Check out episode 651 the VoIP User’s Conference with Jitsi’s Saul Ibarra Corretge and Emil Ivov, for an update on Jitsi’s latest and greatest. And, of course, the call was hosted on Jitsi Meet. Try it yourself on https://meet.jit.si
Alright Everybody, this is a big one! We have been at it for about 10 months now and we are really, really, really happy to now bring it to you. Adaptivity is all about getting Jitsi Videobridge to adapt to your available bandwidth and only send you as much media as you can afford. This is […]