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

Kapil Agrawal kapil.agl at gmail.com
Sun Jul 11 08:50:06 CEST 2010

Sure you can utilize gstreamer for both your client as well as server.
The best part of using gstreamer would be already existing rtp stack &
flexibility to add more features in future much easily.

Althought based on your description its not very clear what is that you are
not sure of gstreamer ?


On Sat, Jul 10, 2010 at 6:28 PM, Stefan Schindler <stefan at boxbox.org> wrote:

> > If I understood your requirement you looking for a VOIP (voice over IP)
> > solution , that would go through a server ?
> That's true. However, not just through a proxy, but also between
> multiple clients. It should be possible to:
> - switch between "channels",
> - listen to multiple channels and
> - transmit to multiple channels.
> This is -- I at least think so -- not really the responsibility of a
> library like GStreamer, but I'm thinking of using GStreamer for the
> multimedia part, which means: Capture audio from whatever input device
> (microphone for example), do some filtering on it, send it to an
> own-written server that also uses GStreamer to maybe apply some other
> filters on it or route it to other output streams which are then sent to
> the target clients.
> The question here is how far can I go with GStreamer? I know that P2P
> connections are without a doubt no problem, but does that also count for
> client/server architectures with multiple (any maybe really a lot of)
> clients?
> Thanks for your reply so far,
> Stefan Schindler.
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