Cisco Jabber Video client (version 4.6) fails to send video during a multipoint calls
I am using cisco jabber video for telepresnece version 4.6 client with lenovo T420. P2P video call with the enbeded camera works fine. however during a conference call the Jabber client does not send the video stream and the camera is not detected by the software(see attached callinfo screenshot). I looked into Jabber log files and i discovred that when a conference call is initiated i get in GStreamer file the folowing error :
Re: Cisco Jabber Video client (version 4.6) fails to send video
thank u for ur reply. we are using radvision MCU with h323 protocol. i changed the bandwidth setting in TMS but the result is the same, with a cisco camera the result also the same and there is no changes. however when looking to SIP trace made on the jabber client ( debug level enabled) i found that the VCS control is sending for the video stream the flowing sdp information :
m=video 52758 RTP/SAVP 97 34
c=IN IP4 192.168.41.200
it seems that the MCU for one reason does not advertise the H264 in his response, so at the MCU side i fixed the codec to H264 ==> As result : video call is working fine in both directions. But i am still wondering why the the Jabber client fails to use H263 or H263+ as requested by the VCS control (already supported by the software)? for the moment and for some special reasons i have to leave H264 disabled and the only way is to have the jabber client working with H263 or H263+.
do you have any idea how to do that ? is any way to change the codec attribute , i think that the problem is due to those underlined parameters. What do u think ?
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