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Matrix adds support for movie with Jitsi
Our friends from Matrix have just finished their Jitsi integration and now have very first class movie conferencing support! Go Matrix!
A speech-to-text prototype
We now have a working prototype of speech-to-text in jitsi-meet, implemented as part of jigasi. In this very first version the transcribed text is just added to the talk, 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 […]
Introducing the Jitsi Meet mobile SDK
Jitsi Meet has been available on mobile for some time now. The app works on both Android and iOS, and while it uses meet.jit.si to create conferences by default, it works with any custom-made Jitsi Meet deployment, just by specifying the total URL. While this is very nimble and works for many, some want to […]
If you are wondering, we use this for: “Peer-to-peer for one 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 elementary as that. There are two major wins with this feature. Very first and […]
Audio Only Mode in Jitsi Meet
Audio Only Mode in Jitsi Meet We often hear from our users that they’d like to have a low bandwidth mode. This is sometimes because they are on expensive satellite links that charge by the megabyte, because they want to save on battery power, or their computer fights a bit with the total geyser of […]
GSoC two thousand seventeen Progress Report
We are already a month into the coding period of the Google Summer of Code two thousand seventeen program, and we are excited to report on our students’ progress so far. This year we are fortunate to be working with four superb students, and everyone has already produced code samples (some of them merged, some of them […]
From HipChat to Highfive, some of the world’s leading WebRTC companies are using Jitsi as part of their product ecosystems. Why? Because Jitsi Videobridge and the projects surrounding it are secure, reliable, lightweight and scalable.
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