Hi, I’m trying to build a videoconferencing application, and I plan on using a slightly modified version of Jitsi Meet.
My problem is that Jitsi Meet is lacking a feature that I need, which is arbitrary server-side processing of video streams.
The plan is to use Jitsi Meet to conduct an online class. There are concerns about students recording their screens and sending recordings to other students, before the information is available to all of them, for cheating purposes.
The plan is for the video feed from the teacher to go to the server, and get split up in real time into several uniquely watermarked video streams, which are then sent to the students. That way, if a recording of the session ends up on Youtube or whatever, we’ll be able to identify the uploader and bar them from taking future classes.
How can I modify the Jitsi Meet infrastructure to allow for this? I have a program that takes a live video in, and outputs the same live video several times, but each output is watermarked differently.
I’m afraid I don’t have a great understanding of how Jitsi Videobridge works, so I’m not sure where to start with this.
Any suggestions would be appreciated.