[Jingle] Jingle for multiparty sessions

Emil Ivov emcho at jitsi.org
Sun Jul 3 09:11:49 UTC 2011

Hey Adi,

На 03.07.11 09:32, Adi написа:
> Thanks Peter. Looking forward to the new changes to be announced.
> Emil - So in jitsi, if you have n clients doing video chat, do you hold
> n x n peer to peer udp connections? 

Nope. Coin would only require n-1 RTP sessions for n participants.


P.S. In all fairness, even Muji only requires only n*(n+1)/2 sessions
and not n*n.

> On Sat, Jul 2, 2011 at 11:28 AM, Emil Ivov <emcho at jitsi.org
> <mailto:emcho at jitsi.org>> wrote:
>     Hey Adi,
>     На 02.07.11 06:22, Adi написа:
>     > 2. Do people avoid p2p for group chat and just go through server
>     > streaming, for example skype?
>     In addition to MuJi (and speaking of p2p) there's also XEP-0298:
>     Delivering Conference Information to Jingle Participants (Coin), which
>     is what we do in Jitsi.
>     Although it can use them, Coin does not require any server-side
>     components or installations. It allows any conference participant or set
>     of participants to start mixing audio/video content for the others.
>     After establishing a call with Jitsi for example, through Coin, you can
>     add other people to the same call. Anyone of those can also add more
>     participants.
>     Cheers,
>     Emil
> -- 
> Thanks,
> Adi

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