[jitsi-users] bug report: Jitsi 2.3 mutes audio when recording a conference (+suggestion ogg)


#1

Hello,

I think I've found a bug to report.

When recording a conversation between only 2 users (me and someone else),
the recording button works as it should.

When recording a conference, pressing the button results in
- muting my own microphone
- writing a record file with 0 bytes file size (stays that way, no matter
how long you record)

It would be very nice if someone from the dev team would fix this. The bug
exists in jitsi 2.2 stable, as well as in the current jitsi 2.3 nightly.

By the way, a suggestion: Would it be possible to include recording in ogg
vorbis format? This would *greatly* reduce file size, and quality is very
good even at the lowest ogg quality setting. It would be nice to have this
feature included, and it's probably easy to be done since ogg vorbis is
free software.

With kind regards,
Sebastian


#2

Hello,

I think I've found a bug to report.

When recording a conversation between only 2 users (me and someone
else), the recording button works as it should.

When recording a conference, pressing the button results in
- muting my own microphone
- writing a record file with 0 bytes file size (stays that way, no
matter how long you record)

Strange couldn't reproduce neither of the above. What OS was that? Can we have a look at the logs? Could it be that you were trying to record on a device with no space left?

It would be very nice if someone from the dev team would fix this. The
bug exists in jitsi 2.2 stable, as well as in the current jitsi 2.3 nightly.

By the way, a suggestion: Would it be possible to include recording in
ogg vorbis format? This would *greatly* reduce file size, and quality is
very good even at the lowest ogg quality setting. It would be nice to
have this feature included, and it's probably easy to be done since ogg
vorbis is free software.

It wouldn't be that hard but given our current task list I don't think anyone would have the time to work on this in the very near future. Ogg is unlikely to improve quality in a clearly noticeable way. Not sure about size, so I am going to take your word for it, but the size of the mp3's while potentially bigger, is not something that we've often seen quoted as a problem.

Contributions are very welcome of course.

Emil

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On 29.11.13, 15:14, Sebastian Arnhold wrote:

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