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  5. I don't see an entry for that in the public server list and a WHOIS doesn't show a domain by that name. It's possible the admin of that server is no longer running it.
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    Hi, Am I the only one that can't access to mumble.fr anymore ? Best regards?
  7. That is helpful information, thanks. I did find in the source where the complexity setting is set: opus-1.1.2/src/opus_encoder.c: st->silk_mode.complexity = 9; I will try adjusting that down, recompile, and try see if that helps w/ CPU usage or not.
  8. Perhaps these might help: https://hydrogenaud.io/index.php?topic=104916.0 https://wiki.xiph.org/OpusFAQ#Opus_is_using_too_much_CPU_for_my_application._What_can_I_do.3F
  9. Hi ZeroAbility: I am using a single core ARM processor, and yes there are other tasks running on CPU. So I'd like to find a way to reduce the audio compression overhead as much as I can. I have located the OPUS_SET_COMPLEXITY in the source. Not sure if there is a quick way to set this lower then the default just yet. If anyone has done this I'd appreciate hearing about it! 🙂
  10. Are there other things using the embedded CPU that lose performance due to the audio compression?
  11. Ok. I did read that Opus has a 'complexity' setting, with the lower that value apparently the lower the CPU load. So I think I'll test lowering that number and also increasing the bitrate and see what the CPU overhead ends up being. I might have to go into the source and see if the Opus library that the code is using supports. https://wiki.xiph.org/Opus_Recommended_Settings Would appreciate hearing any comments from anyone that has had a similar situation to address. Thx!
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  13. Mumble always uses Opus (modern versions anyways) and afaik Opus does not support uncompressed audio. I could be wrong though. I would expect however that uncompressed audio would be very demanding in terms of bandwidth requirements...
  14. Hello: I have an application where I'd like to use Mumble with some embedded computers on a private network. Mumble works very well, but the Opus compression is very taxing on the embedded CPU. Before I go too far messing with Opus or Speex settings, I figured I'd ask the forum if someone knew of the least CPU intensive audio codec settings for Mumble? It is possible to just use uncompressed audio? The application environment is gigabit wired ethernet on a private LAN, so network traffic isn't a huge concern. The maximum number of clients would be under 8. Thanks for any insigh
  15. Turns out the option is disable_log_bin in recent versions of MariaDB/MySQL: https://dba.stackexchange.com/a/226944
  16. On MacOS it is rather likely that the issue is Apple's "security" features. On Linux on the other hand such a system does not exist (afaik). Are you perhaps using Wayland instead of regular X-server? 'cause shortcuts don't work on Wayland.
  17. Hi all, It is the same problem for me on Fedora 33. I cant set any push to talk button. I have a video to explain better. Video where you can see that entering from the keyboard gives nothing.
  18. Thats interesting. It's purpose is to work in company with: https://github.com/Supermagnum/SuperKoch
  19. Not with the current state of the code. I am working on a general-purpose plugin framework for Mumble (https://github.com/mumble-voip/mumble/pull/3743) though that will allow this kind of effect to be added as the audio streams are exposed to plugins (which can therefore mess with it). In fact this is already done by the ACRE2 Mod for Arma 3. They have a branch including a Mumble plugin using this new system at https://github.com/IDI-Systems/acre2. Another early adapter of the plugin framework is fgcom: https://github.com/hbeni/fgcom-mumble
  20. Apparently I am incompented. Where exactly would I find this? In Device Manager?
  21. Hello, I want to know if it is possible to make a plugin that adds signal fading and white noise to imitate the conditions heard on HF radio. This will be interesting for those who are using morse code over internet (murmur/mumble), as it is usable for learning morse code. More info about it here: http://internetcw.weebly.com/ First, what is fading? In wireless communications, fading is variation of the attenuation of a signal with various variables. These variables include time, geographical position, and radio frequency. Fading is often modeled as a ran
  22. On our poor VPS: -rw-r----- 1 mysql mysql 179 Dec 8 23:56 binlog.000001 -rw-r----- 1 mysql mysql 200 Dec 9 00:00 binlog.000002 -rw-r----- 1 mysql mysql 179 Dec 9 00:10 binlog.000003 -rw-r----- 1 mysql mysql 46056943 Dec 9 01:25 binlog.000004 -rw-r----- 1 mysql mysql 5444227 Dec 9 01:47 binlog.000005 -rw-r----- 1 mysql mysql 104912408 Dec 9 04:09 binlog.000006 -rw-r----- 1 mysql mysql 104990838 Dec 9 08:36 binlog.000007 -rw-r----- 1 mysql mysql 104872782 Dec 9 13:37 binlog.000008 -rw-r----- 1 mysql mysql 104971758 Dec 9 23:04 binlog.000009 -rw-r----- 1
  23. That's actually the hardware ID of the Bluetooth device. You should see the controller under the dedicated section.
  24. Could you write here the hardware ID of the controller when it's connected through Bluetooth, please?
  25. I am having issues w/ my xbox controller using as a push-to-talk key. When setting up push to talk, I have the button correctly assigned as the controller is connected via bluetooth to windows 10. The XINPUT button is assigned and will work as long as mumble is my active application. However, if i click somewhere out of mumble (i.e. in-game or chrome, etc.) then the button will not register and push-to-talk does not work. Some troubleshooting I did: I connected the controller via USB directly to the PC and reconfigured a push-to-talk hot key, wh
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