[jitsi-dev] Current Recording Status


#1

Hi everyone,

I am interested into recording conferences held with the video bridge. I saw that there was a GSoC project, but I am not sure what the current status is on this. Has there been done any work? I saw that the guys working on the open fire plugin are also working on this, but in my opinion it would be great to have this feature in the video bridge, not specific for each xmpp server. Would there be a better place to record the conference calls? Is there a good place where I should start implementing?

Cheers,

Nicholas


#2

Hello,

···

On 20/05/14 11:43, Nicholas Wittstruck wrote:

Hi everyone,

I am interested into recording conferences held with the video
bridge. I saw that there was a GSoC project, but I am not sure what
the current status is on this. Has there been done any work? I saw
that the guys working on the open fire plugin are also working on
this, but in my opinion it would be great to have this feature in the
video bridge, not specific for each xmpp server. Would there be a
better place to record the conference calls? Is there a good place
where I should start implementing?

A recorder embedded in the jitsi-videobridge is a work in progress. We
expect to have a basic version in mid-June.

The GSoC project is about connecting a new participant to an existing
conference, which will then make a recording.

Regards
Boris


#3

Great, good to hear. I would like to contribute to this, so is there already some of this work in progress in a public repository?

Bye,
Nicholas

···

On 20 May 2014, at 13:05, Boris Grozev <boris@jitsi.org> wrote:

Hello,

On 20/05/14 11:43, Nicholas Wittstruck wrote:

Hi everyone,

I am interested into recording conferences held with the video
bridge. I saw that there was a GSoC project, but I am not sure what
the current status is on this. Has there been done any work? I saw
that the guys working on the open fire plugin are also working on
this, but in my opinion it would be great to have this feature in the
video bridge, not specific for each xmpp server. Would there be a
better place to record the conference calls? Is there a good place
where I should start implementing?

A recorder embedded in the jitsi-videobridge is a work in progress. We
expect to have a basic version in mid-June.

The GSoC project is about connecting a new participant to an existing
conference, which will then make a recording.

Regards
Boris


#4

Not yet, but we will start merging soon.

Regards,
Boris

···

On 20/05/14 13:13, Nicholas Wittstruck wrote:

On 20 May 2014, at 13:05, Boris Grozev <boris@jitsi.org> wrote:

Hello,

On 20/05/14 11:43, Nicholas Wittstruck wrote:

Hi everyone,

I am interested into recording conferences held with the video
bridge. I saw that there was a GSoC project, but I am not sure
what the current status is on this. Has there been done any work?
I saw that the guys working on the open fire plugin are also
working on this, but in my opinion it would be great to have this
feature in the video bridge, not specific for each xmpp server.
Would there be a better place to record the conference calls? Is
there a good place where I should start implementing?

A recorder embedded in the jitsi-videobridge is a work in progress.
We expect to have a basic version in mid-June.

The GSoC project is about connecting a new participant to an
existing conference, which will then make a recording.

Regards Boris

Great, good to hear. I would like to contribute to this, so is there
already some of this work in progress in a public repository?


#5

The meet.jit.si website say that it runs on Opera. Trying to enter it on
Opera takes me to the same page https://meet.jit.si/webrtcrequired.html
as opposed to opening a meeting session.

Does it support Opera or is that only a plan for future?

Thanks

karel


#6

Hi Boris,

just wondering if anything happened so far? It would be great if this was public so that people can start contributing.

Regards,

Nicholas

···

On 20 May 2014, at 15:18, Boris Grozev <boris@jitsi.org> wrote:

On 20/05/14 13:13, Nicholas Wittstruck wrote:

On 20 May 2014, at 13:05, Boris Grozev <boris@jitsi.org> wrote:

Hello,

On 20/05/14 11:43, Nicholas Wittstruck wrote:

Hi everyone,

I am interested into recording conferences held with the video
bridge. I saw that there was a GSoC project, but I am not sure
what the current status is on this. Has there been done any work?
I saw that the guys working on the open fire plugin are also
working on this, but in my opinion it would be great to have this
feature in the video bridge, not specific for each xmpp server.
Would there be a better place to record the conference calls? Is
there a good place where I should start implementing?

A recorder embedded in the jitsi-videobridge is a work in progress.
We expect to have a basic version in mid-June.

The GSoC project is about connecting a new participant to an
existing conference, which will then make a recording.

Regards Boris

Great, good to hear. I would like to contribute to this, so is there
already some of this work in progress in a public repository?

Not yet, but we will start merging soon.

Regards,
Boris


#7

Sorry, forgot to mention browser version: Opera/9.80 (X11; Linux x86_64)
Presto/2.12.388 Version/12.16 on Ubuntu 14.10

···

On 20.5.2014 16:15, Karel Novotny wrote:

The meet.jit.si website say that it runs on Opera. Trying to enter it on
Opera takes me to the same page https://meet.jit.si/webrtcrequired.html
as opposed to opening a meeting session.

Does it support Opera or is that only a plan for future?

Thanks

karel


#8

Hi Karel

Yes its supported. I'm using all the time jitmeet with Opera with very
good performance even in my Galaxy Note 2..

Cheers.

···

The meet.jit.si website say that it runs on Opera. Trying to enter it on
Opera takes me to the same page https://meet.jit.si/webrtcrequired.html
as opposed to opening a meeting session.

Does it support Opera or is that only a plan for future?

Thanks

karel

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#9

Small portions are already merged (in libjitsi), we expect to have most
of it done by sometime next week.

Regards,
Boris

···

On 17/06/14 10:20, Nicholas Wittstruck wrote:

On 20 May 2014, at 15:18, Boris Grozev <boris@jitsi.org> wrote:

On 20/05/14 13:13, Nicholas Wittstruck wrote:

On 20 May 2014, at 13:05, Boris Grozev <boris@jitsi.org> wrote:

Hello,

On 20/05/14 11:43, Nicholas Wittstruck wrote:

Hi everyone,

I am interested into recording conferences held with the video
bridge. I saw that there was a GSoC project, but I am not sure
what the current status is on this. Has there been done any work?
I saw that the guys working on the open fire plugin are also
working on this, but in my opinion it would be great to have this
feature in the video bridge, not specific for each xmpp server.
Would there be a better place to record the conference calls? Is
there a good place where I should start implementing?

A recorder embedded in the jitsi-videobridge is a work in progress.
We expect to have a basic version in mid-June.

The GSoC project is about connecting a new participant to an
existing conference, which will then make a recording.

Regards Boris

Great, good to hear. I would like to contribute to this, so is there
already some of this work in progress in a public repository?

Not yet, but we will start merging soon.

Regards,
Boris

Hi Boris,

just wondering if anything happened so far? It would be great if this was public so that people can start contributing.


#10

Hi Nicholas,

Hi Boris,

just wondering if anything happened so far? It would be great if this was public so that people can start contributing.

Is this what you're referencing:
https://github.com/jitsi/jirecon

···

On 17 June 2014 01:20, Nicholas Wittstruck <n.wittstruck@gmail.com> wrote:

Regards,

Nicholas

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#11

Hello,

Hi everyone,

I am interested into recording conferences held with the video
bridge. I saw that there was a GSoC project, but I am not sure
what the current status is on this. Has there been done any work?
I saw that the guys working on the open fire plugin are also
working on this, but in my opinion it would be great to have this
feature in the video bridge, not specific for each xmpp server.
Would there be a better place to record the conference calls? Is
there a good place where I should start implementing?

A recorder embedded in the jitsi-videobridge is a work in progress.
We expect to have a basic version in mid-June.

The GSoC project is about connecting a new participant to an
existing conference, which will then make a recording.

Regards Boris

Great, good to hear. I would like to contribute to this, so is there
already some of this work in progress in a public repository?

Not yet, but we will start merging soon.

Regards,
Boris

Hi Boris,

just wondering if anything happened so far? It would be great if this was public

Agreed. As Boris mentioned, it shouldn't be long now!

so that people can start contributing.

Yeah, indeed! What contributions do you have in mind?

Emil

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On 17.06.14, 11:20, Nicholas Wittstruck wrote:

On 20 May 2014, at 15:18, Boris Grozev <boris@jitsi.org> wrote:

On 20/05/14 13:13, Nicholas Wittstruck wrote:

On 20 May 2014, at 13:05, Boris Grozev <boris@jitsi.org> wrote:

On 20/05/14 11:43, Nicholas Wittstruck wrote:

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#12

Hi,

it works fine here, with Opera 19. I don't think version 9.8 has
webrtc. What I see is that Opera supports webrtc since version 18.

Regards
damencho

···

On Tue, May 20, 2014 at 5:17 PM, Karel Novotny <novotny.karel@gmail.com> wrote:

Sorry, forgot to mention browser version: Opera/9.80 (X11; Linux x86_64)
Presto/2.12.388 Version/12.16 on Ubuntu 14.10

On 20.5.2014 16:15, Karel Novotny wrote:

The meet.jit.si website say that it runs on Opera. Trying to enter it on
Opera takes me to the same page https://meet.jit.si/webrtcrequired.html
as opposed to opening a meeting session.

Does it support Opera or is that only a plan for future?

Thanks

karel

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#13

Actually that's just a container that we will be able to use once all the recording features have been completed and committed within libjitsi.

Cheers,
Emil

···

On 17.06.14, 22:04, jungleboogie0 wrote:

Hi Nicholas,
On 17 June 2014 01:20, Nicholas Wittstruck <n.wittstruck@gmail.com> wrote:

Hi Boris,

just wondering if anything happened so far? It would be great if this was public so that people can start contributing.

Is this what you're referencing:
https://github.com/jitsi/jirecon

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#14

Hi,

it works fine here, with Opera 19. I don't think version 9.8 has
webrtc. What I see is that Opera supports webrtc since version 18.

Thanks. I should have checked myself. The 12.16 version is apparently
the last one available for linux.

karel

···

On 20.5.2014 16:32, Damian Minkov wrote:

Regards
damencho

On Tue, May 20, 2014 at 5:17 PM, Karel Novotny <novotny.karel@gmail.com> wrote:

Sorry, forgot to mention browser version: Opera/9.80 (X11; Linux x86_64)
Presto/2.12.388 Version/12.16 on Ubuntu 14.10

On 20.5.2014 16:15, Karel Novotny wrote:

The meet.jit.si website say that it runs on Opera. Trying to enter it on
Opera takes me to the same page https://meet.jit.si/webrtcrequired.html
as opposed to opening a meeting session.

Does it support Opera or is that only a plan for future?

Thanks

karel

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#15

In fact, Jitsi Meet supports only Blink (Webkit?) browser engine. So, it
supports Opera browser because Opera has retired Presto and switched to
Blink in early 2014.
As far as I know, Linux version with Blink engine is not planned, at least
at the moment.

*-----Best regards, Santiago26*
*JID, mail: Santiago26@qip.ru <Santiago26@qip.ru>*

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2014-05-20 18:54 GMT+04:00 Karel Novotny <novotny.karel@gmail.com>:

On 20.5.2014 16:32, Damian Minkov wrote:
> Hi,
>
> it works fine here, with Opera 19. I don't think version 9.8 has
> webrtc. What I see is that Opera supports webrtc since version 18.

Thanks. I should have checked myself. The 12.16 version is apparently
the last one available for linux.

karel

>
> Regards
> damencho
>
>
> On Tue, May 20, 2014 at 5:17 PM, Karel Novotny <novotny.karel@gmail.com> > wrote:
>> Sorry, forgot to mention browser version: Opera/9.80 (X11; Linux x86_64)
>> Presto/2.12.388 Version/12.16 on Ubuntu 14.10
>>
>> On 20.5.2014 16:15, Karel Novotny wrote:
>>> The meet.jit.si website say that it runs on Opera. Trying to enter it
on
>>> Opera takes me to the same page
https://meet.jit.si/webrtcrequired.html
>>> as opposed to opening a meeting session.
>>>
>>> Does it support Opera or is that only a plan for future?
>>>
>>> Thanks
>>>
>>> karel
>>
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#16

Dear Emil,

···

--------------------------------------------
From: Emil Ivov <emcho@jitsi.org>
Sent: Tue, 17 Jun 2014 22:59:46 +0300
To: Jitsi Developers
Subject: Re: [jitsi-dev] Current Recording Status

On 17.06.14, 22:04, jungleboogie0 wrote:

Hi Nicholas,
On 17 June 2014 01:20, Nicholas Wittstruck <n.wittstruck@gmail.com> wrote:

Hi Boris,

just wondering if anything happened so far? It would be great if this was
public so that people can start contributing.

Is this what you're referencing:
https://github.com/jitsi/jirecon

Actually that's just a container that we will be able to use once all the
recording features have been completed and committed within libjitsi.

Got it. Thank you for you and your team to continue making Jitsi a great
product/project.

Cheers,
Emil

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#17

Thank you for your continues support and encouragements! They are greatly appreciated!

Emil

···

On 17.06.14, 23:35, Jungle Boogie wrote:

Dear Emil,
--------------------------------------------
From: Emil Ivov <emcho@jitsi.org>
Sent: Tue, 17 Jun 2014 22:59:46 +0300
To: Jitsi Developers
Subject: Re: [jitsi-dev] Current Recording Status

On 17.06.14, 22:04, jungleboogie0 wrote:

Hi Nicholas,
On 17 June 2014 01:20, Nicholas Wittstruck <n.wittstruck@gmail.com> wrote:

Hi Boris,

just wondering if anything happened so far? It would be great if this was
public so that people can start contributing.

Is this what you're referencing:
https://github.com/jitsi/jirecon

Actually that's just a container that we will be able to use once all the
recording features have been completed and committed within libjitsi.

Got it. Thank you for you and your team to continue making Jitsi a great
product/project.

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#18

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In fact, Jitsi Meet supports only Blink (Webkit?) browser engine. So, it
supports Opera browser because Opera has retired Presto and switched to
Blink in early 2014.

That's not quite accurate. Jitsi Meet requires WebRTC support and

multi-stream capabilities. There are no requirements on the HTML
rendering engine.

It just so happens that it was easier for Opera to integrate WebRTC

because they use the same HTML engine but the two things are not
necessarily related.

Emil

So is there any news about Firefox Support..? Seems the bug tracker
ticket has been up for quite a while. If Mozilla are not willing to roll
it into an official release can we make a addon that confers
WebRTC-multi properties and even brand it as a jitmeet plugin?

Cheers

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On 20/05/14 17:05, Emil Ivov wrote:

On 20.05.14, 17:26, Santiago26 wrote:

==

Don Alexander

It's a tough job, but some mug has to do it...

RooSoft Ltd


#19

In fact, Jitsi Meet supports only Blink (Webkit?) browser engine. So, it
supports Opera browser because Opera has retired Presto and switched to
Blink in early 2014.

That's not quite accurate. Jitsi Meet requires WebRTC support and multi-stream capabilities. There are no requirements on the HTML rendering engine.

It just so happens that it was easier for Opera to integrate WebRTC because they use the same HTML engine but the two things are not necessarily related.

Emil

···

On 20.05.14, 17:26, Santiago26 wrote:

As far as I know, Linux version with Blink engine is not planned, at
least at the moment.
/-----
Best regards, Santiago26/
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2014-05-20 18:54 GMT+04:00 Karel Novotny <novotny.karel@gmail.com
<mailto:novotny.karel@gmail.com>>:

    On 20.5.2014 16:32, Damian Minkov wrote:
     > Hi,
     >
     > it works fine here, with Opera 19. I don't think version 9.8 has
     > webrtc. What I see is that Opera supports webrtc since version 18.

    Thanks. I should have checked myself. The 12.16 version is apparently
    the last one available for linux.

    karel

     >
     > Regards
     > damencho
     >
     > On Tue, May 20, 2014 at 5:17 PM, Karel Novotny > <novotny.karel@gmail.com <mailto:novotny.karel@gmail.com>> wrote:
     >> Sorry, forgot to mention browser version: Opera/9.80 (X11; Linux
    x86_64)
     >> Presto/2.12.388 Version/12.16 on Ubuntu 14.10
     >>
     >> On 20.5.2014 16:15, Karel Novotny wrote:
     >>> The meet.jit.si <http://meet.jit.si> website say that it runs
    on Opera. Trying to enter it on
     >>> Opera takes me to the same page
    https://meet.jit.si/webrtcrequired.html
     >>> as opposed to opening a meeting session.
     >>>
     >>> Does it support Opera or is that only a plan for future?
     >>>
     >>> Thanks
     >>>
     >>> karel
     >>
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#20

In fact, Jitsi Meet supports only Blink (Webkit?) browser engine. So, it
supports Opera browser because Opera has retired Presto and switched to
Blink in early 2014.

That's not quite accurate. Jitsi Meet requires WebRTC support and
multi-stream capabilities. There are no requirements on the HTML
rendering engine.

It just so happens that it was easier for Opera to integrate WebRTC
because they use the same HTML engine but the two things are not
necessarily related.

It is certainly not supported by most recent Opera version for linux,
and there doesn't seem to be much perspective that it will be in near
future.

If anyone is able to use jitmeet on any other browser for linux than
Chromium, please let me know.

thanks

karel

···

On 20.5.2014 18:05, Emil Ivov wrote:

On 20.05.14, 17:26, Santiago26 wrote:

Emil

As far as I know, Linux version with Blink engine is not planned, at
least at the moment.
/-----
Best regards, Santiago26/
/JID, mail: Santiago26@qip.ru <mailto:Santiago26@qip.ru>/

2014-05-20 18:54 GMT+04:00 Karel Novotny <novotny.karel@gmail.com
<mailto:novotny.karel@gmail.com>>:

    On 20.5.2014 16:32, Damian Minkov wrote:
     > Hi,
     >
     > it works fine here, with Opera 19. I don't think version 9.8 has
     > webrtc. What I see is that Opera supports webrtc since version
18.

    Thanks. I should have checked myself. The 12.16 version is
apparently
    the last one available for linux.

    karel

     >
     > Regards
     > damencho
     >
     >
     > On Tue, May 20, 2014 at 5:17 PM, Karel Novotny >> <novotny.karel@gmail.com <mailto:novotny.karel@gmail.com>> wrote:
     >> Sorry, forgot to mention browser version: Opera/9.80 (X11; Linux
    x86_64)
     >> Presto/2.12.388 Version/12.16 on Ubuntu 14.10
     >>
     >> On 20.5.2014 16:15, Karel Novotny wrote:
     >>> The meet.jit.si <http://meet.jit.si> website say that it runs
    on Opera. Trying to enter it on
     >>> Opera takes me to the same page
    https://meet.jit.si/webrtcrequired.html
     >>> as opposed to opening a meeting session.
     >>>
     >>> Does it support Opera or is that only a plan for future?
     >>>
     >>> Thanks
     >>>
     >>> karel
     >>
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