The Jitsi Meet client runs in your browser, without installing anything else on your computer. You can try it out at https://meet.jit.si.
Jitsi Meet allows very efficient collaboration. Users can stream their desktop or only some windows. It also supports shared document editing with Etherpad.
On the client side, no installation is necessary. You just point your browser to the URL of your deployment. This section is about installing a Jitsi Meet suite on your server and hosting your own conferencing service.
Installing Jitsi Meet is a simple experience. For Debian-based system, following the quick install document, which uses the package system. You can also see a demonstration of the process in this tutorial video.
For other systems, or if you wish to install all components manually, see the detailed manual installation instructions.
Installation with Docker is also available. Please see the instruction.
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You can download Debian/Ubuntu binaries:
You can download source archives (produced by
You can also sign up for our open beta testing here:
Release notes for Jitsi Meet are maintained on this repository.
If you are looking to contribute to Jitsi Meet, first of all, thank you! Please see our guidelines for contributing.
Jitsi Meet provides a very flexible way of embedding in external applications by using the Jitsi Meet API.
The security section here was starting to feel a bit too succinct for the complexity of the topic, so we created a post that covers the topic much more broadly here: https://jitsi.org/security
The section on end-to-end encryption in that document is likely going to be one of the key points of interest: https://jitsi.org/security/#e2ee
For information on reporting security vulnerabilities in Jitsi Meet, see SECURITY.md.
Jitsi Meet started out as a sample conferencing application using Jitsi Videobridge. It was originally developed by ESTOS' developer Philipp Hancke who then contributed it to the community where development continues with joint forces!