Actually, if you need to enable Facebook stream, then we have to setup jibri and then need to add custom FFmpeg scripts. And also we have to install sub-modules as well. And if you need to get stats about existing conferences then we have to enable the XMPP interface to COLIBRI. If you need to know more details then please shoot me to email firstname.lastname@example.org and if you need to know more about me then please have a look (https://www.linkedin.com/in/nipuna-akalana-perera/). Thank you.
We are a team of experts working on projects related to real-time-communication. Jitsi has been one of the main platforms that we have used to deliver most of our solutions for more than 3 years now. Please find below our feedback on the given two requirements.
Jitsi’s component which takes care of streaming i.e. jibri needs to be configured properly to achieve facebook streaming. If you need multiple conferences to be streamed a solid autoscaling solution is needed to handle variable loads as a single server can only stream a single conference.
There are few approaches to this assuming you want to save the chat history in a server. One is to replace the jitsi’s prosody and replacing it with openfire. Other would-be to configure xmpp modules and plugins.
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