[speex-dev] I-D ACTION:draft-herlein-avt-rtp-speex-00.txt (fwd)

Greg Herlein gherlein at herlein.com
Tue Mar 9 13:25:24 PST 2004


The latest draft RTP Payload Format for Speex  is available via 
the IETF.  See below for details.


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A New Internet-Draft is available from the on-line Internet-Drafts directories.

<p>        Title		: RTP Payload Format for the Speex Codec
        Author(s)	: G. Herlein
        Filename	: draft-herlein-avt-rtp-speex-00.txt
        Pages		: 12
        Date		: 2004-3-9
Speex is an open-source voice codec suitable for use in Voice over
   IP (VoIP) type applications.  This document describes the payload
   format for Speex generated bit streams within an RTP packet.  Also
   included here are the necessary details for the use of Speex with
   the Session Description Protocol (SDP) and a preliminary method of
   using Speex within H.323 applications.

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