Actually, it is possible @Fabrizio. I've run a local env and it worked (
The current scenario is:
1 -> Request for audio and video
If 1 fails:
2 -> Request for audio
if 2 fails:
3 -> Stop requesting devices
I've added a third case that only requests for video.
if 2 fails:
3 -> Request for video
if 3 fails:
4 -> Stop requesting devices
However, I am not aware of all consequences of this possibility. Most code
is not based in this scenario.
On Wed, Mar 8, 2017 at 9:27 AM, Saúl Ibarra Corretgé < firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
On Mar 8, 2017, at 09:41, Fabrizio Lippolis <Fabrizio.Lippolis@aurigaspa. > > wrote:
I have a Jitsi Meet installation on a CentOS machine which I installed
manually. Using Jitsi Meet I noticed that if one PC has the microphone
disabled, videos are not switching between two users. Is it possible to
ignore the microphone status and have a video only conference? Thank you.
Videos are switched based on the active speaker which is detected using
audio levels, so if there is no mic there is no way to know who the active
speaker is and who the video should switch to. You can manually switch by
clicking on the thumbnail though.
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