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I wanted to add local recording to my own Jitsi Meet instance. The feature wasn’t built in the way I wanted, so I set out on a hack to build something simple. That lead me down the road to discovering that:
getDisplayMediafor screen capture has many quirks,
mediaRecorderfor media recording has some of its own unexpected limitations, and
Read on for plenty of details and some reference code. My result is located in this repo.
I built a Jitsi Meet server a few months ago with the intention of updating my Build your own phone company with WebRTC and a weekend post. There are a billion posts/videos on how to set up Jitsi Meet, and I don’t have anything new or interesting to add to the technosphere there. However, one feature I really wanted to implement is recording. I often do demos and recording the session for others and future reference. On the surface, my requirements here are simple – record my audio and the audio and video of the Jitsi Meet session on demand and save the file locally. This sounds like a simple feature to add, but… ...