I also tested my web page on Chrome and Firefox on Android and it works well. The UI design of Jitsi Meet is not yet well adapted for mobile devices, but I think this will get better eventually. Unfortunately, things don't look as good on iOS. Chrome doesn't even have access to camera or microphone permissions at all. Utc to cst daylight savings time zone. Currently this means any browser based on Chromium 83 and above, including Microsoft Edge, Google Chrome, Brave and Opera. Since Jitsi is built on top of WebRTC, a deeper look into its security architecture is very important when evaluating Jitsi’s security aspects. Here, you can download Jitsi Desktop, Jitsi Meet and Jitsi Videobridge. Use the stable builds for more consistent behaviour. Latest nightlies are also quite usable and contain all.
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Creating the Chrome Plugin
Sharing screen is an essential feature required in a video conference.To enable screen sharing in Jitsi-Meet for google chrome, you have to build and deploy Jitsi’s chrome extension which is called Jidesha.It’s can be done within few steps.
You just have to edit the,
in manifest.json for your jitsi server domain. Change the logos to yours and publish it in Chrome Webstore.
Configure the jitsi meet
Then you can link published screen sharing extension changing the following line in
in Jitsi Meet config file.
You have to add the chrome extension id to the config as well.
To enable screen sharing in Firefox you don’t any extension. Just change the following line in Jitsi Meet config.
Chrome Jitsi Camera Permission