Walkthrough and clarification of how one can setup and use Jibri to insert reside streaming and recording to self-hosted Jitsi Meet video clip conferences.

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See the Jibri code at https://github.com/jitsi/jibri


13 thoughts on “Arrange reside streaming & recording with Jibri”

  1. tengo problemas al instalar dependencias: sudo apt-get install linux-image-extra-virtual, me marca error de: dpkg: error processing package linux-image-extra-virtual (–configure):
    dependency problems – leaving unconfigured
    Errors were encountered while processing:

  2. thanks for the vid and the overview of jibri. snd-aloop module is not loading on Ubuntu 16.04 out of the box. Cannot install Jibri as of Oct 2018, please provide revised instructions.

  3. Had to spin up 14.04 since it has snd-aloop, but ffmpeg is not supporter officially. Not a big deal. However, can't get service jibri restart working, doesn't recognize service.

  4. did all the same steps, but the "Start Recording" is still disabled even the user is granted as a moderator; where did it go wrong?

  5. Very Good Instructions. Worked like a breeze. Thank You so much.

    One question though, shouldn't we be installing ffmpeg codecs at the start of the Installation process in the Jibri server??

  6. Man, I want to love Jitsi, but a pool of servers to record? I'm going to need a hundred servers, this is ridiculous. Never going to replace established systems this way. Not to mention this should be built-in. And after days of research, I still have no idea how to create an account so I'm not "guest" on the web. A little consistency goes a long way.

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