New user, looking at what’s available through the basic web portal for meeting creation - is there a way to define audio encoders/quality directly for conference calls set up this way, or is that something only doable if running a separate host?
You can tweak the audio configuration by adding
to the URL.
Is there a full list of the functional variables on GitHub somewhere?
Config settings are usually set in the jitsi-meet config.js on the server thus some of the config options are documented here:
Audio filtering is done inside lib-jitsi-meet.
lib-jitsi-meet gets the configuration passed from the web server + the options passed in the URL.
Most of the audio filtering config options are undocumented,
Undocumented config options are listed and sometimes described in the lib-jitsi-meet sourcecode when and where they are used:
Much appreciated; the only thing I’m not finding is a setting to force/allow specific bitrates for audio v. video.
I’m new to Jitsi and one of the things I’m interested in is improved audio quality. Can someone clarify:
- When overriding the server config file settings with the URL #config options, does that apply to everyone in the meeting or just to the user who used that URL?
- Is there a way to change these settings when starting/joining from an iPhone/iPad?
Modifying the config in
/etc/jitsi/meet/domain.jitsi.com-configmakes the changes for everyone joining the server. Passing “commands” via URL like
https://domain.jitsi.com/EXAMPLEroom#config.disableAGC=trueonly changes the client side of things.
Not sure on mobile apps, I don’t mess with that yet.
Thank you c10@r0x