[jitsi-users] Jitsi-Meet 720p


#1

Hello,

Jitsi-Meet resolution is configured by default to 360p. I guess it's possible to increase quality to 720p
but what are involvements for end-user ?
I suppose CPU workload and bandwith will increase too. Does the simulcast can improve such a use case for more than 3 participants?

Best regards,
Franck


#2

Hello Franck,

Simulcast will only make things (much!) worse in terms of CPU workload
and overall system load, at least the way it's implemented right now.

We are working on an improved version of simulcast that will take care
of that, but for now, your best bet is to simply increase the quality to
720p.

Best regards,
George

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On 06/05/2015 10:33 AM, Franck Rupin wrote:

Hello,

Jitsi-Meet resolution is configured by default to 360p. I guess it's
possible to increase quality to 720p
but what are involvements for end-user ?
I suppose CPU workload and bandwith will increase too. Does the
simulcast can improve such a use case for more than 3 participants?

Best regards,
Franck

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#3

Hello George,

thank you for your answer.
So, with or without simulcast, things could be worse for user experience due to overloading (CPU/BW), right?

I'd just wanted to be sure about my arguments and I'm not really keen on activating 720p right now.

Best regards,
Franck

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Le 05/06/2015 10:41, George Politis a écrit :

Hello Franck,

Simulcast will only make things (much!) worse in terms of CPU workload
and overall system load, at least the way it's implemented right now.

We are working on an improved version of simulcast that will take care
of that, but for now, your best bet is to simply increase the quality to
720p.

Best regards,
George

On 06/05/2015 10:33 AM, Franck Rupin wrote:

Hello,

Jitsi-Meet resolution is configured by default to 360p. I guess it's
possible to increase quality to 720p
but what are involvements for end-user ?
I suppose CPU workload and bandwith will increase too. Does the
simulcast can improve such a use case for more than 3 participants?

Best regards,
Franck

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#4

Hello Franck,

Hello George,

thank you for your answer.
So, with or without simulcast, things could be worse for user experience
due to overloading (CPU/BW), right?

Yes, unfortunately, that's correct; we are currently working on
improving some things, for example we should be "smarter" with
simulcast. We should also be able to automatically enable higher
resolutions/enable simulcast on powerful desktops and lower
resolutions/disable simulcast on low-end desktops/mobile devices.
There's still a lot of room for improvement :slight_smile:

I'd just wanted to be sure about my arguments and I'm not really keen on
activating 720p right now.

Got it :slight_smile:

Best regards,
George

···

On 06/05/2015 10:51 AM, Franck Rupin wrote:

Best regards,
Franck

Le 05/06/2015 10:41, George Politis a écrit :

Hello Franck,

Simulcast will only make things (much!) worse in terms of CPU workload
and overall system load, at least the way it's implemented right now.

We are working on an improved version of simulcast that will take care
of that, but for now, your best bet is to simply increase the quality to
720p.

Best regards,
George

On 06/05/2015 10:33 AM, Franck Rupin wrote:

Hello,

Jitsi-Meet resolution is configured by default to 360p. I guess it's
possible to increase quality to 720p
but what are involvements for end-user ?
I suppose CPU workload and bandwith will increase too. Does the
simulcast can improve such a use case for more than 3 participants?

Best regards,
Franck

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#5

Thank you for your expertise George.

Cheers,
Franck

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Le 05/06/2015 11:04, George Politis a écrit :

Hello Franck,

On 06/05/2015 10:51 AM, Franck Rupin wrote:

Hello George,

thank you for your answer.
So, with or without simulcast, things could be worse for user experience
due to overloading (CPU/BW), right?

Yes, unfortunately, that's correct; we are currently working on
improving some things, for example we should be "smarter" with
simulcast. We should also be able to automatically enable higher
resolutions/enable simulcast on powerful desktops and lower
resolutions/disable simulcast on low-end desktops/mobile devices.
There's still a lot of room for improvement :slight_smile:

I'd just wanted to be sure about my arguments and I'm not really keen on
activating 720p right now.

Got it :slight_smile:

Best regards,
George

Best regards,
Franck

Le 05/06/2015 10:41, George Politis a écrit :

Hello Franck,

Simulcast will only make things (much!) worse in terms of CPU workload
and overall system load, at least the way it's implemented right now.

We are working on an improved version of simulcast that will take care
of that, but for now, your best bet is to simply increase the quality to
720p.

Best regards,
George

On 06/05/2015 10:33 AM, Franck Rupin wrote:

Hello,

Jitsi-Meet resolution is configured by default to 360p. I guess it's
possible to increase quality to 720p
but what are involvements for end-user ?
I suppose CPU workload and bandwith will increase too. Does the
simulcast can improve such a use case for more than 3 participants?

Best regards,
Franck

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