[jitsi-dev] jitsi-meet (local-server) vs BigBlueButton (local-server)


#1

I'm very interested in the video conference, and are using jitsi with videobridge and BigBlueBotton <http://bigbluebutton.org/>

the use of video conferencing in intent only on the local intranet (only one building) where the internet is not in need

I am interested in the appearance jitsi video conferencing, and less attractive at prezy which still requires the use of internet

whereas on BigBlueButton, pull once on the appearance of his presentation, which he can convert msPowerPoint to be in the show as a presentation conference

how to keep jitsi not using a tool that is still dependent on the internet and using something like BigBlueButton as a presentation tool?

information that the intent was so I need

thanks
Sandy

(translated by google translate)


#2

Hey, Sandy. Using prezi is not mandatory. You may just remove the icon from
the menu [1].
I don't use it too as it involves flash (though they tried to move to a
html5 player), but still hesitate to remove the dependences as to be able
to update the jitsi-meet.

Regards,
Zalmoxisus

[1]: https://github.com/jitsi/jitsi-meet/blob/master/index.html#L180

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On Thu, Jul 30, 2015 at 8:44 AM, Sandy Riyadi Susiharto < sandy_riyadi@jec.co.id> wrote:

I'm very interested in the video conference, and are using jitsi with
videobridge and BigBlueBotton <http://bigbluebutton.org/>

the use of video conferencing in intent only on the local intranet (only
one building) where the internet is not in need

I am interested in the appearance jitsi video conferencing, and less
attractive at prezy which still requires the use of internet

whereas on BigBlueButton, pull once on the appearance of his presentation,
which he can convert msPowerPoint to be in the show as a presentation
conference

how to keep jitsi not using a tool that is still dependent on the internet
and using something like BigBlueButton as a presentation tool?

information that the intent was so I need

thanks
Sandy

(translated by google translate)

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