[jitsi-users] Implementing Peer to Peer Chat/video/audio


#1

Hey Jitsi users,

This might be the wrong list. If it is I'm sorry. I would publish on the dev list, but I'm not a jitsi developer. I have a few questions:

1. Is there a way to use Jitsi capabilities in peer to peer ?(Jingle)

2. I saw that Jitsi used to use (or is using) C++ code for video/audio. Does libjitsi has a pure java mode?

3. Does jitsi have some capabilities to perform remote access? To actually control the other person's computer or is it pure Web-Conference?

4. WebRTC and jitsi looks really interesting, anywhere I can read up on that?

Good Day,
Doron Tsur

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#2

Hello,

Hey Jitsi users,

This might be the wrong list. If it is I'm sorry. I would publish on the
dev list, but I'm not a jitsi developer. I have a few questions:

Both this list and the dev list are fine for asking questions.

1. Is there a way to use Jitsi capabilities in peer to peer ?(Jingle)

Yes, Jitsi supports Jingle.

2. I saw that Jitsi used to use (or is using) C++ code for
video/audio. Does libjitsi has a pure java mode?

Libjitsi uses native components for certain tasks, notably media
transcoding and rendering. Depending on what you use it for, you may or
may not require them. For example jitsi-videobridge can run without
native libraries.

3. Does jitsi have some capabilities to perform remote access? To
actually control the other person's computer or is it pure Web-Conference?

Jitsi is the desktop client application, Jitsi Meet is the web
application. Jitsi supports a form of remote access-- after you enable
"screen sharing" in a call, there's a checkbox that allows you to enable it.

Regards,
Boris

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On 12/06/14 14:54, Doron Tsur wrote:


#3

What I'm looking to do is to embed video/chat/audio in a java applet, for ad-hoc conversation as part of a remote access session. I wonder if I can do that in the Jitsi.org projects. Granted some development is required.
I'm also exploring the WebRTC client. Maybe use some kind of HTML5 remote access client and combine it with the video client.

How do you guys think this can be accomplished in your echo system?

Good Day,
Doron Tsur

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-----Original Message-----
From: users-bounces@jitsi.org [mailto:users-bounces@jitsi.org] On Behalf Of Boris Grozev
Sent: Thursday, June 12, 2014 4:10 PM
To: Jitsi Users
Subject: Re: [jitsi-users] Implementing Peer to Peer Chat/video/audio

Hello,

On 12/06/14 14:54, Doron Tsur wrote:

Hey Jitsi users,

This might be the wrong list. If it is I'm sorry. I would publish on
the dev list, but I'm not a jitsi developer. I have a few questions:

Both this list and the dev list are fine for asking questions.

1. Is there a way to use Jitsi capabilities in peer to peer ?(Jingle)

Yes, Jitsi supports Jingle.

2. I saw that Jitsi used to use (or is using) C++ code for
video/audio. Does libjitsi has a pure java mode?

Libjitsi uses native components for certain tasks, notably media transcoding and rendering. Depending on what you use it for, you may or may not require them. For example jitsi-videobridge can run without native libraries.

3. Does jitsi have some capabilities to perform remote access? To
actually control the other person's computer or is it pure Web-Conference?

Jitsi is the desktop client application, Jitsi Meet is the web application. Jitsi supports a form of remote access-- after you enable "screen sharing" in a call, there's a checkbox that allows you to enable it.

Regards,
Boris

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