Jitsi (formerly SIP. OS X 10.8/10.9/10.10 Downloaded: 4132 times TIP: MacKeeper app delivers a secure and private internet experience, while helping your Mac run. Jitsi Desktop - Open Source Video Calls and Chat Secure video calls, conferencing, chat, desktop sharing, file transfer, support for your favorite OS, and IM network. All this, and more, in Jitsi - the most complete and advanced open source communicator. Jitsi Desktop - Open Source Video Calls and Chat Secure video calls, conferencing, chat, desktop sharing, file transfer, support for your favorite OS, and IM network. All this, and more, in Jitsi - the most complete and advanced open source communicator. JItsi GAteway to SIP – a server-side application that links allows regular SIP clients to join JitMeet conferences hosted by Jitsi Videobridge. Jitsi Meet API library – use Jitsi Meet API to create Jitsi Meet video conferences with a custom GUI. Cross-platform support – software runs on Linux, Windows, Mac OS X, Android, and iOS.
|Original author(s)||Emil Ivov|
|Initial release||2003; 18 years ago|
|Operating system||Linux, macOS, Windows (all Java supported), Android, iOS|
|Size||52.4 MB – Windows (bundles its own private JRE)|
78.8 MB – Mac OS X (includes private JRE)
22 MB – Linux
65 MB – source code
|Available in||Asturian, English, French, German, Bulgarian, Japanese, Spanish, Italian, Romanian, Greek and 25 more|
|Type||Voice over IP, instant messaging, videoconferencing|
|License||Apache License 2.0|
Jitsi is a group of free and open-sourcevoice (VoIP), videoconferencing and instant messaging for many platforms, like the web platform, Windows, Linux, macOS, iOS and Android. The Jitsi project started with Jitsi Desktop (previously known as SIP Communicator). With the growth of WebRTC, the Jitsi team decided to focus on Jitsi Videobridge for doing web-based video calling for multiple people. Later the team added Jitsi Meet, a full video conferencing application that includes web, Android, and iOS clients. Jitsi also operates meet.jit.si, a version of Jitsi Meet hosted by Jitsi for free to be used by the community. Other projects are: Jigasi, lib-jitsi-meet, Jidesha, and Jitsi.
Jitsi is supportefd by various institutions such as the NLnet Foundation, the University of Strasbourg and the Region of Alsace and it has participated multiple times on Google Summer of Code program.
Work on Jitsi (then SIP Communicator) started in 2003as a student project by Emil Ivov at the University of Strasbourg. It was released as an example video phone in the JAIN-SIP stack and later became an independent project.
In 2009, Emil Ivov founded the BlueJimp company which has employed some of Jitsi's main contributors in order to offer professional support and development services related to the project.
In 2011, after successfully adding support for audio and video communication over XMPP's Jingle extensions, the project was renamed to Jitsi since it was no longer 'a SIP only Communicator'. This name originates from the Bulgarian 'жици' (wires).
Jitsi introduced the Videobridge in 2013 to support video calling with multiple people using a new Selective Forwarding Unit (SFU) architecture. Later that year initial support was added to the JitsiVideobridge allowing WebRTC calling from the browser. To demonstrate how JitsiVideobridge could be used as a production service, BlueJimp offered a free use of its hosted system at meet.jit.si.
On November 4, 2014, 'Jitsi + Ostel' scored 6 out of 7 points on the Electronic Frontier Foundation's secure messaging scorecard. They lost a point because there has not been a recent independent code check by people outside jitsi .
On February 1, 2015, Hristo Terezov, Ingo Bauersachs and the rest of the team released version 2.6 from their stand at the Free and Open Source Software Developers' European Meeting 2015 event in Brussels. This release includes security fixes, removes support of the deprecated MSN protocol, along with SSLv3 in XMPP. Among other improvements, the OS X version has aa Java 8 runtime inside, enables echo cancelling by default, and uses the CoreAudio subsystem. The Linux build fixes font issues with the GTK+ native LookAndFeel, and fixes someissues about microphone volume level on call starting when using the PulseAudio sound system. A full list of changes is available on the project web site.
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Atlassian bought BlueJimp on April 5, 2015. After that, the new Jitsi team under Atlassian stopped important new development work on the Jitsi Desktop project and expanded its efforts on projects related to the Jitsi Videobridge and Jitsi Meet. Regular contributions from the open source community have maintained the Jitsi Desktop project. Jitsi is fully funded by 8x8.
Primary projects of Jitsi[changechange source]
The Jitsi open source repository on GitHub currently contains 103 repositories. The major projects include:
- Jitsi Meet
- Video conferencing server designed for quick installation on Debian/Ubuntu servers.
- Jitsi Videobridge
- WebRTC Selective Forwarding Unit engine for powering multi-party conferences.
- Server-side application that links allows regular SIP clients to join Jitsi Meet conferences hosted by Jitsi Videobridge.
- Chrome extension for Jitsi Meet.
- Audio, video, and chat communicator that supports protocols such as SIP, XMPP/Jabber, AIM/ICQ, and IRC.
Jitsi Meet[changechange source]
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Key features of Jitsi Meet
- Encrypted communication (secure communication): As of April 2020, 1-1 calls use the P2P mode, which is end-to-end encrypted via DTLS-SRTP between the two participants. Group calls also use DTLS-SRTP encryption, but deppend on the Jitsi Videobridge (JVB) as video router, where packets are decrypted temporarily. The Jitsi team says that 'they are never stored to any persistent storage and only live in memory while being routed to other participants in the meeting', and that this measure is necessary due to current limitations of the underlying WebRTC technology.
- No need of new client software installation.
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- ↑'SIP Communicator Renamed to Jitsi The Kamailio SIP Server Project'. www.kamailio.org. Retrieved 2018-08-04.
- ↑Jurzik, Mela Eckenfels, Heike. 'Meeting Place » Linux Magazine'. Linux Magazine. Retrieved 2018-08-04.
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- ↑'Original Jitsi release announcement'. Java.net. Archived from the original on 2013-12-24. Retrieved 2013-06-08.
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- ↑'Jitsi Team and Contributors'. Jitsi.org. Retrieved 2013-06-08.
- ↑'Main / Solutions'. BlueJimp. Archived from the original on 2013-09-05. Retrieved 2013-06-08.
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- ↑'Renaming to Jitsi. Step 1: The Site'. Java.net. Archived from the original on 2011-07-22. Retrieved 2013-06-08.
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- ↑'Atlassian's HipChat gets group video chats'. TechCrunch. Retrieved 2018-07-20.
- ↑'Secure Messaging Scorecard. Which apps and tools actually keep your messages safe?'. Electronic Frontier Foundation. 2014-11-04. Archived from the original on 2016-11-15. Retrieved 2015-01-16.
- ↑'Jitsi 2.6 release notice on the Jitsi-users mailing list'. Jitsi.org. Archived from the original on 2015-02-02. Retrieved 2015-02-01.
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Other websites[changechange source]
- Official website
Jitsi is a cross-platform open source voice, video conferencing and instant messaging application for Windows, Mac OS X, Linux and Android. It is the most recommended open source alternative to Microsoft’s Skype™. It supports various protocols including SIP, YAHOO!, Facebook, AIM and Jabber. If you are using a SIP or Jabber protocol, you can even share your desktop. Even if you don’t have any of the listed accounts, you can create a free Jabber account via jitsi right away. In this post, I will show you how to install jitsy on some Linux distributions. The distributions I’ve covered are :
- Debian and derevatives(including Ubuntu, Linux Mint and Elementary os)
- Distributions using The RPM package manager( including RedHat, Fedora and OpenSuse)
1. DOWNLOADING THE PACKAGES
Let’s get started, refer the section mentioning your distribution and follow the instructions. The download size can be upto 31MB.
1.1 DEBIAN BASED
For downloading jitsi package for Debian based Linux distros, goto the official download page link given below and download the latest jitsy package from it. Please note that if your computer is 32bit download the file with the i386 label on it and if it is 64bit, download the one with the label amd_64.
The download page : https://download.jitsi.org/jitsi/debian/
1.2 REDHAT, FEDORA AND OPENSUSE
For downloading jitsi package for Linux distros which uses the RPM Package Manager, goto the official download page(link given below) and download the latest package from it from it. Please note that if your computer is 32bit download the file with the i686 label on it and if it is 64bit, download the one with the label amd_64.
The download page : https://download.jitsi.org/jitsi/rpm/
Installing jitsi is fairly simple. Follow thes instructions.
2.1 DEBIAN BASED
Open your file manager and browse the .deb package you have downloaded. Right click on it and select Open With > GDebi Package Install or just Package Install. On the window that pops up, click Install Package. You might need to provide your root password.
2.2ON LINUX DISTROS USING RPM PACKAGE MANAGER
Open up your terminal and change the loaction to the folder you have the downloaded .rpm package using the cd command. Another easy way is to paste the .rpm package into your home directory and open the package by typing :
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You have to replace the with the filename of your package.
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3.CONFIGURING JITSI – CREATING A FREE JABBER ACCOUNT
In this section, we will create a free jabber account for starting with jitsi. Tis ssection is common for all OS s.
Open jitsi. Jitsi can be found in the Internet category or if your desktop environment has a search feature, just search for jitsi.
Once the application shows up, select File > Add new account…
A “Add new account” dialog box will open up. On the drop down box next to Network, select XMPP.
Select the “Create a new XMPP account” radio button, enter a username and password an click the “Add” button.