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MiroTalk WebRTC

MiroTalk WEB is a platform that allows for the management of an unlimited number of users. Each user must register with their email, username, and password, after which they gain access to their personal dashboard. Within the dashboard, users can manage their rooms and schedule meetings using the desired version of MiroTalk on a specified date and time. Invitations to these meetings can be sent via email, shared through the web browser, or sent via SMS.

Explore MiroTalk WEB

For demonstration purposes, below the credentials:

MiroTalk Description
🚀 P2P Peer to peer real-time video conferences, optimized for small groups. Unlimited time, unlimited concurrent rooms each having 5-8 participants.
🏆 SFU Selective forwarding unit real-time video conferences, optimized for large groups. Unlimited time, unlimited concurrent rooms each having 8+ participants.
C2C Cam to cam (peer to peer) real-time video conferences, optimized for one to one. Unlimited time ,unlimited concurrent rooms each having 2 participants.
📡 BRO Live broadcast (peer to peer) live video, audio and screen stream to all connected users (viewers). Unlimited time, unlimited concurrent rooms each having a broadcast and many viewers.


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Quick start

Install NodeJs.

# The project was tested with node version 18.16.0. So make sure to update the node version using nvm if you have multiple version installed.
# After updating the node version, you can verify using
$ node --version # v18.16.0

# Clone the project repo
$ git clone

# Go to project dir
$ cd mirotalkwebrtc

# Copy .env.template to .env and customize it according to your needs
$ cp .env.template .env

# Copy config.template.js to config.js and customize it according to your needs
$ cp backend/config.template.js backend/config.js



Local MongoDB Deployment

To run MongoDB locally with Docker Compose, you can use the following commands:

Start the MongoDB container:

$ npm run mongo:up

Stop the MongoDB container:

$ npm run mongo:down

Cloud MongoDB Deployment (Optional)

If you prefer to deploy MongoDB in the cloud, especially through MongoDb Atlas.

Please remember to update the credentials in the .env file accordingly.

# MongoDB Configuration (

User Email Verification (Optional)


By default, user email verification is enabled. If you wish to disable it, set EMAIL_VERIFICATION to false in the .env file. If you choose to keep email verification enabled, make sure to configure the email settings in the .env file accordingly.

# Email Configuration (

Install dependencies and start the server

# Install dependencies
$ npm install

# Start the server
$ npm start

Open in browser: http://localhost:9000



Repository: Docker hub

Install docker and docker-compose.

# Copy .env.template to .env and edit it
$ cp .env.template .env
# Copy config.template.js to config.js and edit it
$ cp backend/config.template.js backend/config.js
# Copy docker-compose.template.yml in docker-compose.yml and edit it if needed
$ cp docker-compose.template.yml docker-compose.yml
# Get official image from Docker Hub
$ docker pull mirotalk/webrtc:latest
# Create and start containers (-d as daemon)
$ docker-compose up

Open in browser: http://localhost:9000

  • MongoDB Migrations: For MongoDB migrations follow this README.

  • Ngrok: You can start MiroTalk WEB directly from your local PC and make it accessible from any device outside your network by following these instructions.

  • Self-hosting: For self-hosting MiroTalk WEB on your own dedicated server, please refer to this comprehensive guide. It will provide you with all the necessary instructions to get your MiroTalk WEB instance up and running smoothly.

  • Rest API: You can check the swagger document at http://localhost:9000/api/v1/docs, or live here.

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To set up your own instance of MiroTalk WEB on a dedicated cloud server, please refer to our comprehensive self-hosting documentation. This guide will walk you through the process step by step, ensuring a smooth and successful deployment.


You can show your support for MiroTalk's projects by considering sponsorship. By sponsoring MiroTalk on platforms like GitHub Sponsors, you can contribute to our ongoing work and help us continue to develop and improve the projects.

To support MiroTalk's projects, you can visit the sponsorship page at There, you will find the different sponsorship tiers available. You can choose a sponsorship level that suits your budget and desired level of support.

Sponsoring MiroTalk's projects not only helps us financially but also encourages our motivation and dedication to creating valuable software. Your sponsorship can enable us to allocate more time and resources towards the projects, leading to further enhancements, bug fixes, and new features.

Thank you for considering supporting MiroTalk's projects. Your sponsorship can make a positive difference and contribute to the success of our endeavors.



MiroTalk WEB is free and open-source under the terms of AGPLv3 (GNU Affero General Public License v3.0). Please respect the license conditions, In particular modifications need to be free as well and made available to the public. Get a quick overview of the license at Choose an open source license.

To obtain a MiroTalk WEB license with terms different from the AGPLv3, you can conveniently make your purchase on CodeCanyon. This allows you to tailor the licensing conditions to better suit your specific requirements.