Is there any config which I can set to use minimal bandwidth and still able to see video in jitsi.?
What happening right now is that when a user is using mobile data in jitsi web view, video is some time visible and some time not. Since the mobile data bandwidth is usually low so this issue comes all the time for mobile users.
What I need is, if the bandwidth is low than video quality can decrease but it should be visible all the time.
Try switching codecs to VP9 (assuming the mobile clients that are connecting can decode it).
// // here will be removed from the list of codecs present in the SDP answer generated by the client. If the
// // same codec is specified for both the disabled and preferred option, the disable settings will prevail.
// // Note that 'VP8' cannot be disabled since it's a mandatory codec, the setting will be ignored in this case.
// disabledCodec: 'H264',
// // Provides a way to set a preferred video codec for the JVB connection. If 'H264' is specified here,
// // simulcast will be automatically disabled since JVB doesn't support H264 simulcast yet. This will only
// // rearrange the the preference order of the codecs in the SDP answer generated by the browser only if the
// // preferred codec specified here is present. Please ensure that the JVB offers the specified codec for this
// // to take effect.
// preferredCodec: 'VP8',
// // Provides a way to enforce the preferred codec for the conference even when the conference has endpoints
// // that do not support the preferred codec. For example, older versions of Safari do not support VP9 yet.
// // This will result in Safari not being able to decode video from endpoints sending VP9 video.
// // When set to false, the conference falls back to VP8 whenever there is an endpoint that doesn't support the
// // preferred codec and goes back to the preferred codec when that endpoint leaves.
// enforcePreferredCodec: false,
// // Provides a way to configure the maximum bitrates that will be enforced on the simulcast streams for
// // video tracks. The keys in the object represent the type of the stream (LD, SD or HD) and the values