[speex-dev] Server based audio merge

Carsten Breuer CarstenBreuerSpeex at textwork.de
Fri Nov 21 10:48:07 PST 2003

Hi David, hi all,

> True, but there is one critical place where it's necessary to mix at least
> two streams--when someone's trying to break into a stream.  If speaker A
> goes on and on and speaker B (or C, D, E, F...) wants to interject or
> interrupt, who do they do it without inband without mixing?

Exactly. I had to read this before my last reply ;-)).

> But the options are *don't transcode* and *always transcode*.  Switching
> between them is difficult to do on the fly.

The server should be smart enaugh to check, if a package can be 
distributed without merge, or not.

> So, I'd say any maching that can decode two streams, encode one stream,
> and do a little overhead should be able to act as a server.


Best Regards,


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