Jibri recording, Scaling, Syncing file to S3, Buckets & Dropbox

Record and stream jitsi sessions with jibri. Scale Jibri servers to support multiple recordings

Trusted Clients


Jibri Installation

  • Installation on AWS, GCP, Azure and other cloud providers.
  • Dockerised Jibri setup to record multi sessions.
  • Implementation of auto recording.
  • Client side recording.
  • Stream your meeting to Youtube.

Recording syncing with other platform

  • Save recording in the local system.
  • Sync recording on dropbox.
  • Sync recording on AWS S3, FTP, Google Drive, GCP Bucket etc.

Jibri Scaling

By default Jibri can record one session at a time. It needs to be scaled to support multiple recordings.

  • Vertical Scaling by setting up multiple Jibri instances using Docker.
  • Event based scaling using REST API.
  • Time based scaling.

Support and Maintenance

Our recent case studies

We helped UNRC (Universidad Nacional de Río Cuarto) University from Argentina to achieve 10K students at a time with rceording

UNRC wanted to use Jitsi for their online classes. While installing jitsi is an easy task, scaling it to handle large number of users is a different scenario. Keeping in mind the scenario of 10K+ concurrent student, we scaled the jitsi accordingly. We helped them with following jitsi services:

  • On premises Jitsi Setup & Rebranding
  • Multi cluster Jitsi scaling
  • Dockerised Jibri setup
  • Syncing recordings with other server using SFTP
  • Jitsi integration with existing system

How we helped build a Virtual Event Platform at scale

While everyone was shifting virtually, our valuable client got an idea to develop a virtual event platform. We used jitsi for 121 networking, group networking, sponsor networking with along with other live streaming tools. We helped them with following jitsi services:

  • Jitsi set up and rebranding
  • Implement AI / ML driven meetings
  • Algorithm to connect idle particiapnt with another idle one.

How we helped Turkey University to scale online classes with 20000+ students

Turkey university want to integrate jitsi with their existing moodle based LMS. They were expecting load of 20k+ students at a time. We help them to achieve using below services

  • Jitsi on primise multi cluster scaling
  • Jibri scaling for recording
  • Integration with Moodle based LMS

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  • Jitsi setup and deployment
  • Jitsi scaling
  • Custom app development


What is Jibri in Jitsi?

Jibri provides services for recording or streaming a Jitsi Meet conference. It works by launching a Chrome instance rendered in a virtual framebuffer and capturing and encoding the output with ffmpeg.

Where are Jitsi recordings stored?

When using Jitsi on a public server, the recording is stored on to your dropbox account. Whereas for self hosted jitsi, the recording can be stored on your preferred location like Dropbox, google Drive, S3 bucket.

How do I record a Jitsi meeting?

The easiest way to record is to live stream your conference to YouTube and access the recording there. You can try this now on meet.jit.si. Self-installed Jitsi Meet deployments will need to setup Jibri to do this.

What is Jibri Scaling?

One jibri at a times stores only 1 meeting recording. Based on this information, if you are looking to record multiple meetings, we suggest scale Jibri so that multiple meetings can be recorded simultaneously.

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