[speex-dev] embed speex into speak freely?
dmarti at mchsi.com
Fri Feb 21 16:21:59 PST 2003
Speak Freely supports 16-bit full duplex and has come a long way.
It supports RTP and VAT protocols and its own proprietary protocol.
It seems to work as good or better than Microsoft netmeeting.
And I dont have a complicated firewall setup to use it.
LinPhone is not ported to win32 as far as I can tell.
And I need a windows solution for talking to a majority of
the people I know.
H323 may be a standard, but its firewall requirements make it very useless
to most. I have never worked for a company willing to open up practically
incoming UDP ports of their firewall. And I am also not willing to open so
incoming at home either. Nor do I need/want to install a separate machine
to act as a gateway for
My main purpose for posting to the group was to see if anyone was working on
willing to put Speex into a windows internet phone application.
Apparently, I am the only
I really like the sound quality of speex wideband. I'd like to see all
internet voice applications
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From: "Greg Herlein" <gherlein at herlein.com>
To: <speex-dev at xiph.org>
Sent: Friday, February 21, 2003 12:34 PM
Subject: Re: [speex-dev] embed speex into speak freely?
<p>> > http://www.speakfreely.org/
> > I think this would be one of the best real-world tests of the speex
> > This software doesnt use ACM or directsound api's but uses straight C
> > I was thinking the speexenc/speexdec should be easy enough to add.
> The last time I looked at this it was still very much old news -
> mostly half duplex audio, does not adhere to any signalling
> standards at all, and not being currently maintained.
> LinPhone (www.linphone.org) using the OpenSIP stack has used
> Speex from day one, and it's in wide use. Very real world.
> Speex is *already* supported in the OpenH323 stack
> (www.openh323.org) and in use in the ohphone, openphone,
> Gnomemeeting, etc. VoIP implementations that use that library
> stack. Very real world.
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