[jitsi-users] HD Video Conferencing


#1

Hey Fellas,

I have not yet tested but would soon start with Jitsi Videobridge
integrated with Openfire.
My ultimate set up would be

Openfire - 3.9.1 on CentOS
Jitsi as a desktop client and
Jist Video Bridge plugin

Now the only question I have is; would it be possible to have a HD video
conferencing with Jitsi Video bridge?Say I have logitech HD USB cam and
others as well; what issue you guys might see and can arise?


#2

As long as you have the CPU power to encode it and the bandwidth to send it. There shouldn't be any issues.

Cheers,
Emil

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On 24.03.14, 05:03, Blason R wrote:

Hey Fellas,

I have not yet tested but would soon start with Jitsi Videobridge
integrated with Openfire.
My ultimate set up would be

Openfire - 3.9.1 on CentOS
Jitsi as a desktop client and
Jist Video Bridge plugin

Now the only question I have is; would it be possible to have a HD video
conferencing with Jitsi Video bridge?Say I have logitech HD USB cam and
others as well; what issue you guys might see and can arise?

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#3

CPU power of server or client? And what server sizing would you recommend
for full HD experience.

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On 26 Mar 2014 04:32, "Emil Ivov" <emcho@jitsi.org> wrote:

As long as you have the CPU power to encode it and the bandwidth to send
it. There shouldn't be any issues.

Cheers,
Emil

On 24.03.14, 05:03, Blason R wrote:

Hey Fellas,

I have not yet tested but would soon start with Jitsi Videobridge
integrated with Openfire.
My ultimate set up would be

Openfire - 3.9.1 on CentOS
Jitsi as a desktop client and
Jist Video Bridge plugin

Now the only question I have is; would it be possible to have a HD video
conferencing with Jitsi Video bridge?Say I have logitech HD USB cam and
others as well; what issue you guys might see and can arise?

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#4

CPU power of server or client?

The client. That's where the encoding happens.

And what server sizing would you
recommend for full HD experience.

The server only relays so it's not that demanding. You can even run it on a small VM of 1GB or even 512 MB RAM and 1 core.

4GB RAM and a couple of virtual cores is what we generally recommend though.

IMPORTANT: Note that currently, as far as desktop streaming goes, JitMeet [0] offers a much better and stabler video conferencing experience. We will soon be improving Jitsi in a significant way but for now JitMeet should be a better bath.

You can try it out here:

https://meet.jit.si

And here's a demo, just in case: http://youtu.be/x-YGw3bgB_s

Cheers,
Emil

[0] JitMeet: http://jitmeet.org

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On 26.03.14, 02:13, Blason R wrote:

On 26 Mar 2014 04:32, "Emil Ivov" <emcho@jitsi.org > <mailto:emcho@jitsi.org>> wrote:

    As long as you have the CPU power to encode it and the bandwidth to
    send it. There shouldn't be any issues.

    Cheers,
    Emil

    On 24.03.14, 05:03, Blason R wrote:

        Hey Fellas,

        I have not yet tested but would soon start with Jitsi Videobridge
        integrated with Openfire.
        My ultimate set up would be

        Openfire - 3.9.1 on CentOS
        Jitsi as a desktop client and
        Jist Video Bridge plugin

        Now the only question I have is; would it be possible to have a
        HD video
        conferencing with Jitsi Video bridge?Say I have logitech HD USB
        cam and
        others as well; what issue you guys might see and can arise?

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#5

Thanks Emil for your quick response.

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On 26 Mar 2014 18:06, "Emil Ivov" <emcho@jitsi.org> wrote:

On 26.03.14, 02:13, Blason R wrote:

CPU power of server or client?

The client. That's where the encoding happens.

And what server sizing would you

recommend for full HD experience.

The server only relays so it's not that demanding. You can even run it on
a small VM of 1GB or even 512 MB RAM and 1 core.

4GB RAM and a couple of virtual cores is what we generally recommend
though.

IMPORTANT: Note that currently, as far as desktop streaming goes, JitMeet
[0] offers a much better and stabler video conferencing experience. We will
soon be improving Jitsi in a significant way but for now JitMeet should be
a better bath.

You can try it out here:

https://meet.jit.si

And here's a demo, just in case: http://youtu.be/x-YGw3bgB_s

Cheers,
Emil

[0] JitMeet: http://jitmeet.org

On 26 Mar 2014 04:32, "Emil Ivov" <emcho@jitsi.org >> <mailto:emcho@jitsi.org>> wrote:

    As long as you have the CPU power to encode it and the bandwidth to
    send it. There shouldn't be any issues.

    Cheers,
    Emil

    On 24.03.14, 05:03, Blason R wrote:

        Hey Fellas,

        I have not yet tested but would soon start with Jitsi Videobridge
        integrated with Openfire.
        My ultimate set up would be

        Openfire - 3.9.1 on CentOS
        Jitsi as a desktop client and
        Jist Video Bridge plugin

        Now the only question I have is; would it be possible to have a
        HD video
        conferencing with Jitsi Video bridge?Say I have logitech HD USB
        cam and
        others as well; what issue you guys might see and can arise?

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