Thank you for following up on this, Fernando.
My original letter described communication between two computers. The
one is dual boot but I use Ubuntu 12.10. It is a Toshiba Satellite
running Intel® Pentium(R) Dual CPU T3400 @ 2.16GHz × 2, 3,7 GiB RAM,
64-bit, with Mobile Intel® GM45 Express Chipset Graphics with 1280 x 800
resolution. The video driver is i915 Mobile 4 Series Chipset
Integrated Graphics Controller (Intel)
The other is a Toshiba running Windows 7 starter with an Intel Atom(TM)
CPU N450 @1.66 GHZ, 2 GB RAM, 32-bit OS X-86. I couldn't get the version
of the video driver but it uses an Intel Graphics Media Accelerator
3150, with 1024 x 600 resolution and 32-bit color.
I might remind that I am communicating on an internal network with both
computers on the same router. Right now, when I connect via jit.si, I
can't bring up the video and the sound is wither unintelligible or
nonexistent. I have compared by communicating with Skype. ON Skype The
video is fair but not good and the sound is also poor. Skype works well
on both when communicating to other computers via internet. So an
internal bandwidth or whatever problem may be affecting the jit.si
performance. But given that, if I can know what is the standard
configuration for jit.si, e.g, ICE settings, codecs, encryption, etc.,
that would be a helpful start.
El dom, 10-03-2013 a las 20:43 -0300, Fernando Cassia escribió:
On Sun, Mar 10, 2013 at 8:57 AM, Carola y Pablo <email@example.com> wrote:
> I am using Jitsi on Ubuntu 12.10. I have been trying this on an internal network (i.e. two computers on same router).
> I suppose I am doing something wrong. Can you help?
> Thank you
It would help greatly if you let the list know:
-System specs (CPU, RAM, video, ie dual-core AMD or Intel xx Mhz, 2GB
RAM, ATI radeon xyz)
-Screen resolution and color depth (ie 1024x768 32-bit color)
-What video driver you´re using (propietary or foss)
PS: this goes for Emil: Ubuntu ships with many different OpenJDK
packages with different JVMs which offer different performance (Cacao,
JamVM, etc, only the version with HotSpot provides a JIT), I wonder if
this is somewhat interfering with the private JRE shipped with Jitsi?.
(I´m assuming 2.0 provides the same packaged private jre as Jitsi 1.x