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 grid and the grid automatically changes its dimensions as the call grows and shrinks. Now you can see everyone on […]
News from the Jitsi community
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 smaller thumbnail views used for other participants, we use a technique called simulcast. Simulcast lets us send multiple video streams […]
Hey all, we’ve been having plenty of questions so quick update: the recent news you have seen about Atlassian does not affect Jitsi. We are keeping course! So, have a great day everyone!
Jitsi Meet is composed of several components which work together for delivering the best video conferences, as you are used to already. When it comes to deploying these to production, there are, of course, many ways to do it. For a long time we have advocated for using our Debian meta-package, which installs all packages […]
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 the techniques shown will work in any cloud environment. In addition to providing greater scale, this approach also provides geographic […]
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 inside a conference. The Jitsi Videobridge routes users’ streams to Jibri where they are recorded or sent to YouTube for […]