[jitsi-dev] Jitsi Videobridge Help


#1

Hi,

Well, I am writing to you as I need some help regarding Jitsi Videobridge. We are trying to create a C# WPF based application which will have following functionalities:

* Screen share and control

* File sharing

* Text chat

* Voice and Video calling

* Multi party collaboration

* Schedule a call

* Auto reply (bot) capabilities.

Additionally, we will be using Openfire XMPP as the primary source of communication. Though as per our research we can deploy Jitsi Videobridge on our server and then we can achieve real time communication (i.e. voice call, video call, screen share) through RTP. Therefore, I would like to ask:

* Whether we would be able to achieve above functionalities through Jitsi Videobridge and an RDP based client library in addition to XMPP Openfire server and appropriate client library?

* Do we need anything else in the stack?

* Currently we are looking to use MediaSuite .Net SDK for client side RTP library for communication to Jitsi Videobridge. Would that be fine?

* Is there any licensing cost associated with Jitsi Videobridge? And can we use it for commercial purpose?

Looking forward to hear from you.

Regards,
Hanzla Mateen


#2

Well, I am writing to you as I need some help regarding Jitsi
Videobridge. We are trying to create a C# WPF based application which
will have following functionalities:

. Screen share and control
. File sharing
. Text chat
. Voice and Video calling
. Multi party collaboration
. Schedule a call
. Auto reply (bot) capabilities.

Additionally, we will be using Openfire XMPP as the primary source of
communication. Though as per our research we can deploy Jitsi Videobridge

on

our server and then we can achieve real time communication (i.e. voice

call,

video call, screen share) through RTP. Therefore, I would like to ask:

I'm not sure what your goals are, but why reinvent the wheel? If you want
(multi-party) videoconferences, use Jitsi Meet. For everything else listed
above, use the Jitsi Desktop Client.

. Whether we would be able to achieve above functionalities

through

Jitsi Videobridge and an RDP based client library in addition to XMPP
Openfire server and appropriate client library?

Remote Desktop for Video Conferences? Seriously?

. Do we need anything else in the stack?
. Currently we are looking to use MediaSuite .Net SDK for client

side

RTP library for communication to Jitsi Videobridge. Would that be fine?
. Is there any licensing cost associated with Jitsi Videobridge?

And

can we use it for commercial purpose?

No costs, yes for commercial use.

Looking forward to hear from you.

Regards,
Hanzla Mateen

Ingo


#3

Of interest: the Jitsi Videobridge provides an Openfire plugin:
https://github.com/jitsi/jitsi-videobridge/tree/master/openfire

- Guus

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On 27 October 2016 at 08:28, Ingo Bauersachs <ingo@jitsi.org> wrote:

> Well, I am writing to you as I need some help regarding Jitsi
> Videobridge. We are trying to create a C# WPF based application which
> will have following functionalities:
>
>
> . Screen share and control
> . File sharing
> . Text chat
> . Voice and Video calling
> . Multi party collaboration
> . Schedule a call
> . Auto reply (bot) capabilities.
>
>
>
> Additionally, we will be using Openfire XMPP as the primary source of
> communication. Though as per our research we can deploy Jitsi Videobridge
on
> our server and then we can achieve real time communication (i.e. voice
call,
> video call, screen share) through RTP. Therefore, I would like to ask:

I'm not sure what your goals are, but why reinvent the wheel? If you want
(multi-party) videoconferences, use Jitsi Meet. For everything else listed
above, use the Jitsi Desktop Client.

> . Whether we would be able to achieve above functionalities
through
> Jitsi Videobridge and an RDP based client library in addition to XMPP
> Openfire server and appropriate client library?

Remote Desktop for Video Conferences? Seriously?

> . Do we need anything else in the stack?
> . Currently we are looking to use MediaSuite .Net SDK for client
side
> RTP library for communication to Jitsi Videobridge. Would that be fine?
> . Is there any licensing cost associated with Jitsi Videobridge?
And
> can we use it for commercial purpose?

No costs, yes for commercial use.

> Looking forward to hear from you.
>
>
>
> Regards,
> Hanzla Mateen

Ingo

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