[jitsi-users] Broadcast Audio&Video to any Jitsi Meet Web Conference from Raspberry Pi


#1

Hi,

  thanks to UV4L it is now possible to join a room of a Jitsi Meet Web Conference (including those on the free, public meet.jit.si service) from the Raspberry Pi and broadcast live video and audio from a camera and a microphone to all the participants or viewers in the room. No browser or other GUI installed on the Raspberry Pi is required.

The UV4L homepage is:

http://linux-projects.org

Thanks.


#2

oh wow! that sounds pretty neat!

do you guys think you could send over a video of how this works?

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On Mon, Aug 10, 2015 at 1:56 PM, info@linux-projects.org <info@linux-projects.org> wrote:

Hi,

        thanks to UV4L it is now possible to join a room of a Jitsi Meet Web
Conference (including those on the free, public meet.jit.si service) from
the Raspberry Pi and broadcast live video and audio from a camera and a
microphone to all the participants or viewers in the room. No browser or
other GUI installed on the Raspberry Pi is required.

The UV4L homepage is:

http://linux-projects.org

Thanks.

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#3

That's certainly possible! :slight_smile:

Emil Ivov wrote:

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oh wow! that sounds pretty neat!

do you guys think you could send over a video of how this works?


#4

Hi people,

With the latest version of UV4L the audio is two-way, meaning that you can now also listen to other participants through speakers connected to the Raspberry.

Cheers

Emil Ivov wrote:

···

oh wow! that sounds pretty neat!

do you guys think you could send over a video of how this works?

On Mon, Aug 10, 2015 at 1:56 PM, info@linux-projects.org > <info@linux-projects.org> wrote:

Hi,

         thanks to UV4L it is now possible to join a room of a Jitsi Meet Web
Conference (including those on the free, public meet.jit.si service) from
the Raspberry Pi and broadcast live video and audio from a camera and a
microphone to all the participants or viewers in the room. No browser or
other GUI installed on the Raspberry Pi is required.

The UV4L homepage is:

http://linux-projects.org

Thanks.

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#5

Dear Jitsi Users, Your ticket - Re: [jitsi-users] Broadcast Audio&Video to any Jitsi Meet Web Conference from Raspberry Pi - has been closed. We hope that the ticket was resolved to your satisfaction. If you feel that the ticket should not be closed or if the ticket has not been resolved, please reply to this email. Sincerely, NetworkLab Support Team https://networklab.freshdesk.com/helpdesk/tickets/19


#6

I assume this means you got BOSH to work?

Emil

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On Sat, Sep 19, 2015 at 6:47 PM, info@linux-projects.org <info@linux-projects.org> wrote:

Hi people,

With the latest version of UV4L the audio is two-way, meaning that you can
now also listen to other participants through speakers connected to the
Raspberry.

Cheers

Emil Ivov wrote:

oh wow! that sounds pretty neat!

do you guys think you could send over a video of how this works?

On Mon, Aug 10, 2015 at 1:56 PM, info@linux-projects.org >> <info@linux-projects.org> wrote:

Hi,

         thanks to UV4L it is now possible to join a room of a Jitsi Meet
Web
Conference (including those on the free, public meet.jit.si service) from
the Raspberry Pi and broadcast live video and audio from a camera and a
microphone to all the participants or viewers in the room. No browser or
other GUI installed on the Raspberry Pi is required.

The UV4L homepage is:

http://linux-projects.org

Thanks.

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#7

Dear Jitsi Users, We would like to acknowledge that we have received your request and a ticket has been created. A support representative will be reviewing your request and will send you a personal response.(usually within 24 hours). To view the status of the ticket or add comments, please visit https://networklab.freshdesk.com/helpdesk/tickets/27 Thank you for your patience. Sincerely, NetworkLab Support Team


#8

Hi Emil,

yes, but leaving the room sometimes fails. This only happens when using BOSH. I still have to figure out what is the culprit.

Emil Ivov wrote:

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I assume this means you got BOSH to work?

Emil

On Sat, Sep 19, 2015 at 6:47 PM, info@linux-projects.org > <info@linux-projects.org> wrote:

Hi people,

With the latest version of UV4L the audio is two-way, meaning that you can
now also listen to other participants through speakers connected to the
Raspberry.

Cheers

Emil Ivov wrote:

oh wow! that sounds pretty neat!

do you guys think you could send over a video of how this works?

On Mon, Aug 10, 2015 at 1:56 PM, info@linux-projects.org >>> <info@linux-projects.org> wrote:

Hi,

          thanks to UV4L it is now possible to join a room of a Jitsi Meet
Web
Conference (including those on the free, public meet.jit.si service) from
the Raspberry Pi and broadcast live video and audio from a camera and a
microphone to all the participants or viewers in the room. No browser or
other GUI installed on the Raspberry Pi is required.

The UV4L homepage is:

http://linux-projects.org

Thanks.

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#9

Dear Jitsi Users, Your ticket - Re: [jitsi-users] Broadcast Audio&Video to any Jitsi Meet Web Conference from Raspberry Pi - has been closed. We hope that the ticket was resolved to your satisfaction. If you feel that the ticket should not be closed or if the ticket has not been resolved, please reply to this email. Sincerely, NetworkLab Support Team https://networklab.freshdesk.com/helpdesk/tickets/27


#10

Hi

how to make change in app.bundle.js in jitsi meet with the new .map the change in app.bundle.js have no effect

should i edit app.bundle.js.map to make change?
thank you


#11

Hello Fr�d�ric,

The app.bundle.js file is "compiled" with browserify. Think about it as an
executable that a compiler generates. You typically want to modify the
"source" files and then "make" the project. The "source" files are are
found under the modules/ directory. Before making the project you need
to run `npm install` to install the development dependencies (browserify,
uglify, jshint, etc). This last step needs to be done only once.

Best,
George

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On Wed, Sep 23, 2015 at 07:39:03PM +0200, Fr�d�ric wrote:

Hi

how to make change in app.bundle.js in jitsi meet with the new .map the
change in app.bundle.js have no effect

should i edit app.bundle.js.map to make change?
thank you

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#12

thank you George