Jitsi (du bulgare : жици (« fil métallique ») prononciation : /ˈʒi.tsi/, anciennement SIP Communicator) est une application libre multiplateforme de messagerie instantanée, voix sur IP et visioconférence.
Le logiciel est intégré à la liste des logiciels libres préconisés par l’État français dans le cadre de la modernisation globale de ses systèmes d’informations (S.I.).
If you want to run Jitsi on your own desktop or server, you can download Jitsi Desktop, Jitsi Meet and all Jitsi related projects below. Use the stable builds for more consistent behavior. Latest nightlies are also quite usable and contain all our latest and greatest additions.
Jitsi is a set of open-source projects that allows you to easily build and deploy secure videoconferencing solutions. At the heart of Jitsi are Jitsi Videobridge and Jitsi Meet, which let you have conferences on the internet, while other projects in the community enable other features such as audio, dial-in, recording, and simulcasting.
Jitsi started life as a way to talk to people over the internet using audio and video. Over the course of a decade, though, it’s become so much more. Today, Jitsi is:
A vibrant developer community.
First and foremost, Jitsi is a community of developers that are pushing the envelope of video conferencing quality on the web. Come join us!
The foundation of some really amazing products.
Our community members have developed countless projects and products that started with Jitsi code. Check ‘em out!
A crazy-good, completely free video conferencing solution that anyone can use.
Jitsi is a favorite videoconferencing solution for anyone with privacy concerns, journalists, for example. There’s a reason so many people use Jitsi Meet as a Skype alternative for video conferencing. Try it out and download it for free.
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