This brief tutorial demonstrate how you can automatically start recording a Jitsi call using the Iframe programatic API. This feature has been requested for a very long time. Finally its here. It used to be a pain; once you got recording to work, you now had to find nifty hacks to start the recording automatically. Not anymore. Requirements A Functional Jitsi Server InstallationJibri Installation Complete and FunctionalIframe API setup with your code According to the…
Getting Started After recording is done with Jibri, you may want upload those recordings to an external service for storage. In this particular post, we’re going to learn how we can integrate external storage with AWS S3 bucket in to Jibri as storage. Prerequistes The following are required before following this tutorial You have a working Jitsi Installation.You have configured Jibri to work with your Jitsi Installation.You have an AWS S3 Bucket setup. Quick Start…
The following are required before following this tutorial
- You have a working Jitsi Installation.
- You have configured Jibri to work with your Jitsi Installation.
- Make sure you have the latest stable version of ffmpeg installed on Jibri.