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Make audio and video calls with multiple people on Jami. Easily add new participants. Because Jami does not rely on servers, the conference is hosted by the device of the person who initiates it. It mixes the audio and video feeds from all the participants and sends it back to them so everyone can see and hear each other. For this reason, the maximum number of participants depends on the hosting device's computing power and available bandwidth. The developers have tested video conferencing with up to sixteen members; however, it could potentially go higher. See More
You can change the source of the video feed you send your friends during a call, allowing you to share either your entire screen or only sections. You can also stream any audio and video media files, allowing your friends to see or hear them without having to transfer them first. This is accessed by right-clicking on the screen during a call. See More
If your device has a 4K camera, you can use it to its full potential with Jami thanks to the support for Ultra HD resolution. It is only really useful if the other person has a 4K screen, but if it's the case, they will see you as clearly as if you were there. See More
"Yuan used the majority of the initial investment funding to hire engineering talent in his native China. This was largely a cost-saving measure; Chinese engineers were cheaper than their American counterparts. More engineers meant a tighter product." Since the code is closed, there may be back doors which would enable eavesdropping. See More