[gst-devel] GStreamer for massive real-time voice chat

Kapil Agrawal kapil.agl at gmail.com
Sat Jul 10 12:27:55 CEST 2010


If I understood your requirement you looking for a VOIP (voice over IP)
solution , that would go through a server ?

IMHO , it should be fairly possible using gstreamer.


On Sat, Jul 10, 2010 at 2:00 AM, Stefan Schindler <stefan at boxbox.org> wrote:

> Greetings,
> for a large network that makes massive use of voice communication I'm
> currently doing some research for a new system that replaces the current
> one, namely a set of TeamSpeak servers.
> What I need are basically clients that transmit voice and a server that
> routes that data to other clients.
> TeamSpeak is too restrictive here and doesn't allow us to extend it
> (closed). Mumble/Murmur could be an alternative, but we need so many new
> features that we decided to go from scratch.
> So my question is basically if GStreamer would be the library that could
> make things easier. I'm not looking for finished client/server software,
> just to make that clear.
> Is RTP useful for such areas?
> Sorry if this mail is maybe not specific enough, but I hope you get the
> idea. ;) If anyone has tips or questions, I'd love to hear them.
> Best regards,
> Stefan Schindler.
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