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Free Video Conferencing Solutions. Go ahead, video chat with the whole team. In fact, invite everyone you know. Jitsi Meet is a fully encrypted, 100% open source video conferencing solution that you can use all day, every day, for free — with no account needed. Jibri provides services for recording or streaming a Jitsi Meet conference. It works by launching a Chrome instance rendered in a virtual framebuffer and capturing and encoding the output with ffmpeg. It is intended to be run on a separate machine (or a VM), with no other applications using the display.

I also tested my web page on Chrome and Firefox on Android and it works well. The UI design of Jitsi Meet is not yet well adapted for mobile devices, but I think this will get better eventually. Unfortunately, things don't look as good on iOS. Chrome doesn't even have access to camera or microphone permissions at all. Chrome extension for Jitsi Meet. Jitsi Audio, video, and chat communicator that supports protocols such as SIP, XMPP/Jabber, AIM/ICQ, and IRC. Jitsi Meet Android Application. Jitsi Meet is an open source JavaScript WebRTC application and can be used for videoconferencing. One can share desktop and presentations and with just a link.

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Install & Config

Discussions related to installation and configuration of all Jitsi products, including Meet. If you have a question on installation packages, building from source, environment specifics, or any of Jitsi’s configuration files and options then it belongs here.

Developers

Discussions related to developing with the Jitsi codebase and architectural questions. Search here for bugs, to ask how the the various systems work, or post new issues. If you have a bug or issue related to a specific piece of code or repo, please create an issue in the appropriate github repo.

users

Discussion related to the Meet UI, Meet features, Meet use cases, the meet.jit.si app, and basic usage of Jitsi products intended for end users. These discussions will tend to be less technical than those in Install & Config and Developers.

Product Requests and Ideas

Have a new feature or product idea you would like to see implemented - post and discuss it here! This is intended for more general ideas and new features as opposed to enhancements/fixes of existing capabilities (use Users) or requests related to developer issues (see Dev)
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Jitsi Desktop

Discussion on the Jitsi Desktop app (formerly known as Jitsi SIP Communicator).

Security

This category will serve to annouce any security related topics concerning Jitsi Meet.

News

The home for Jitsi-related news and announcements.

Forum Feedback

Discussion about this site, its organization, how it works, and how we can improve it.

Archive

These are messages from prior to June 1, 2017 ported from our prior Users and Dev lists. This is a good place to search for past discussions.

Download and Install

Chrome Jitsi Camera

  1. Visit the Jitsi Download page
  2. Click on the “Microsoft Windows Installers (32-bit version).” If you know that you have 64-bit Windows you can click on the “64-bit version” instead.
  3. Start the process by clicking “Run”
  4. When the installer starts it takes a moment to check for available space and then shows the welcome screen. Click “Next” to continue
  5. Check “I accept the terms in the License Agreement” and click “Next”
  6. Click “Next” to continue
  7. Create Shortcuts: Leave the items checked to create shortcuts to Jitsi in the Start Menu and on the Desktop. You can also choose to have Jitsi start automatically when you log in. Associate Protocols: Leave “SIP” and “XMPP” checked in order to let Jitsi take calls and chat sessions when you click on special web links. You may be familiar with links for web pages that start with http://. Any links that start with sip: or xmpp: will open in Jitsi. Click “Next” to continue.
  8. Click “Install”. Windows may display a warning to let you know that software is being installed. Press “Yes” to continue.
  9. The installation takes a few minutes, but eventually it lets you know that it completed the installation. Click “Finish”
  10. Jitsi will launch automatically. But to open it in the future, double click on the Jitsi shortcut on the desktop

Chrome Jitsi Web

First Use

  1. The first time you run Jitsi, you may get a warning from your firewall. If you click “Cancel” Jitsi can still communicate through public servers such as Google Chat, Facebook, and Yahoo Messenger. However, clicking “Allow access” enables an advanced feature known as registrarless SIP accounts
  2. Jitsi lets you log into several chat accounts at once. Fill out the username and password for the accounts you already have. If you don’t have any accounts with the providers listed, create a new account by clicking on one of the “Not registered yet” links. After filling in the username and and passwords for the accounts you want to use, click “Sign in.”
  3. Wait a moment for Jitsi to connect. When the status changes to “Online”, you are ready to chat!
  4. If you sign in to Facebook, you may have an extra step. See Set up Facebook Chat, “Troubleshooting”

Chrome Jitsi Camera Permission

Next Steps