I would appreciate all the guidance I can get here. I’m thinking of doing a local installation of Jitsi for a small group (about 25 people). We will need the video feeds for all 25 people to run, but only the host’s voice (everyone else stays muted). I have a small PC that I’m contemplating using as a dedicated server. It will only run Jitsi (apart, of course, for the required server applications). The specs are:
- Intel Core 2 Quad Q9650 3.0GHz
- 12GB RAM
- 500GB Hard Drive
- Ethernet - 30MBS download, 5MBS upload
- Currently runs Windows 10 Pro (64 bit)
I know the internet speed is relatively low compared to what many others have posted, but I’m wondering if this setup would work? I used much lower specs on Zoom and that worked flawlessly (but I loathe Zoom for their security flaws and their pathetic support/customer service). I’ve tried Discord and have found it to be really unstable and a horrible resource hog. Jitsi looks like it would work for us, but I’ll prefer a private installation, if possible. Any guidance, suggestions, pointers would be greatly appreciated.