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If you want to do it client side, you depend on the client providing a programmable interface/some endpoints for it.

Plumble is open source, so if you want, you could check the sources and suggest changes or fork and adjusted client with this feature implemented.
Generally, it’s a bad idea to run (all) stuff with adminstrative permissions. The whole point of it is to restrict applications from having access to your full system. And even for a game with anticheap capabilities, they should do so with system services that run under privileged access and NOT wit...
Where from/in what context/from what user/server do you want to create channels?
The clients/end users? Or server side?
I remember some years ago some USB head sets which provided their own audio device and sound driver had trouble with low latency/low jitter settings because of faulty drivers. Do you know if you bluetooth device uses it's own sound device in Windows? Please try to increase the jitter butter size in ...
Crashing typically refers to the program exiting unexpectedly. What you describe seems to be that the program becomes unresponsive, and does not respond to input any more. When you say it shows that it is crashing, I presume you mean it shows a the program is unresponsive message. Is that correct? D...
Hello I do not understand the differentiation/difference between “when I am playing a game or the active window is the game I am playing”. Mumble runs in an elevated mode that should allow it to handle push to talk before other applications. Do you run your games as administrator/in administrator mo...
Hello, that sounds like an interesting project. What you describe and how you planned it out is definitely possible. How familiar are you with the Rasberry Pi? I think what you will have to further check on, as the next validation steps is: * What specifically do you want for the parent? A (bluetoot...
All of a sudden? Was it when you started the Mumble application? When you joined a server? When you started the game? Or mid-game? When you open the Windows Volume Mixer, do you still see the other applications producing sound output? Are they not muted? Do you still have the correct output device s...
The empty padding is so recordings of multi user discussions keep a matching timestamps with each other.

The Mumble client itself does not currently have what you are looking for.
Never heard of it before.