I'm not even sure where or how this could be implemented, however, I suspect people would find the feature useful.
The specific use-case I have in mind is a conference panel that involves some people in person and some remote participants - all connecting via the jitsi video bridge. It would be nice if the panel could also be broadcast out to a large audience via icecast (which can be chained and distributed in a way to more easily handle bandwidth and seems more appropriate for passive listeners than having them join the video bridge directly).
Currently, we can accomplish this by having one participant stream their desktop to icecast. However, that requires an experienced techie to manage.
Perhaps the video send to icecast could be the video of the currently talking person?
Is the video bridge the right place to implement this? Or should it be implemented in the jitsi client or jit-meet?
Thanks for all your work on jitsi video bridge.
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