[all] Meetpad CPU Utilization and "Low Bandwidth" Mode

Alex Xu soulxu at gmail.com
Tue Jun 2 02:09:59 UTC 2020

Looks like the audio doesn't work for PRC user. Anyone else from PRC
Jitsi-Meet's audo works?


Jeremy Stanley <fungi at yuggoth.org> 于2020年6月2日周二 上午9:58写道:

> I've heard a number of second-hand reports of sound quality issues,
> but just wanted to convey some practical personal experience:
> Try going to the vertical ellipsis (⋮) menu  in the bottom-right
> corner of the Jitsi-Meet window, and select the "Manage video
> quality" option, then select "Low bandwidth" mode. This will disable
> video streams from all participants for you. You may have some luck
> with its "Low definition" mode, but for me I needed to just dispense
> with video entirely on the limited capacity system I was using.
> A short explanation is that the video codecs used by Jitsi-Meet
> benefit a lot from hardware acceleration. Many of us running open
> source operating systems may lack built-in support for these, and
> older/lower-end hardware can simply be overtaxed by it. When you run
> out of available CPU cycles to process the audio streams, they start
> to cut in and out. Closing other CPU-intensive applications can also
> help, or moving to a dedicated machine if you have the luxury. As
> mentioned elsewhere, modern WebKit-based browsers like Chromium do
> somewhat better at handling this, so switching to one of those for
> your conference window might help too. Further, the Jitsi-Meet
> mobile app is reported to get good performance on some smartphones.
> --
> Jeremy Stanley
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