I have no experience with libjitsi (yet) but would also be interested in
a similar set up. In my case I would probably use XMPP as that is what I
am using at the moment.
Having sort of a XMPP (or SIP) bot which you can call up and instruct to
send some media could also be very useful for testing. For instance if
you want to troubleshoot multi user call issues you could deploy many of
this bots instead of have to gather a lot of people for the tests.
An other, slightly different, but related, use case could be to offer a
"test call service" which echos back what the user says, which could be
useful to configure audio before a conference. There must be some
implementations for things like that already?
On 2014-06-04 15:21, Per-Jarle S�ther wrote:
I'm a newbie with Jitsi, and hope to get some start help using libjitsi.
My goal is to implement a sip client that I can call from internet
(preferably using any sip client)
When my client is called, it should automatically answer and start
sending video (not receive any video or audio).
the client has connection to an ip-camera and are decoding the h.264
video using Xuggler.
Xuggler gives me an BufferedImage for each video frame that it receive
from the ip camera.
I hope to use libjitsi to encode a new video stream using these
I hope someone in this mailing list can help me to get started.