Search found 43 matches

by bbosen
18 Jul 2019, 19:57
Forum: Technical
Topic: When Mumble V1.2.3 clients talk to Mumble V1.3.0 clients
Replies: 9
Views: 1334

Re: When Mumble V1.2.3 clients talk to Mumble V1.3.0 clients

More details: Digging into Mumble's "murmur" server configuration docs I found this: "opusthreshold opusthreshold is a number between 0 and 100, which specifies a percentage of users on the server supporting the Opus codec before the entire server mandates opus is used. It defaults to 100, so that a...
by bbosen
18 Jul 2019, 16:06
Forum: Technical
Topic: When Mumble V1.2.3 clients talk to Mumble V1.3.0 clients
Replies: 9
Views: 1334

Re: When Mumble V1.2.3 clients talk to Mumble V1.3.0 clients

One last detail in case it matters: For my Mumble Server I am using murmurd version 1.2.12 on a current version of lubuntu. Also, I found the following documentation about the way Mumble has evolved to use increasingly sophisticated codecs: Older Mumble versions use Speex for low bit rate audio and ...
by bbosen
18 Jul 2019, 11:49
Forum: Technical
Topic: When Mumble V1.2.3 clients talk to Mumble V1.3.0 clients
Replies: 9
Views: 1334

Re: When Mumble V1.2.3 clients talk to Mumble V1.3.0 clients

Further info: Testing confirms that users of older version 1.2.3 hear this violent distortion when audio comes in from the new Mumble V1.3.0 clients. However, users with the new V1.30 client do NOT hear that distortion when audio comes to them from the older clients. Accordingly, the new version (V1...
by bbosen
18 Jul 2019, 02:11
Forum: Technical
Topic: When Mumble V1.2.3 clients talk to Mumble V1.3.0 clients
Replies: 9
Views: 1334

When Mumble V1.2.3 clients talk to Mumble V1.3.0 clients

I use Mumble with Linux Air Combat for interplayer communication. Most of the pilots using Linux Air Combat have happily been using an older version of Mumble (V1.2.3). Recently I updated my development and test environment and got newer Mumble 1.3.0, which seems to be the current version as of this...
by bbosen
08 Oct 2017, 16:50
Forum: Technical
Topic: ANDROID distorted voice
Replies: 2
Views: 2183

Re: ANDROID distorted voice

I run two murmur servers. One is on a 32-bit LINUX host, and the other is on a 64-bit LINUX host. I use the same version of murmur on both, and I've worked to make all of murmur's settings identical (or very nearly identical) on both. (Background: I have multiple murmur servers because I have writte...
by bbosen
08 Oct 2017, 16:34
Forum: Technical
Topic: Mumble shortcuts export/import
Replies: 6
Views: 3323

Re: Mumble shortcuts export/import

Thank you very much kissaki. Your insights are very useful, and I will play around more on Linux with the benefit of your new information. Maybe I can cobble together a work-around, but I do hope your inspiring idea for "a better solution within Mumble" grows to fruition. If I am able to develop som...
by bbosen
07 Oct 2017, 23:05
Forum: Technical
Topic: Mumble shortcuts export/import
Replies: 6
Views: 3323

Re: Mumble shortcuts export/import

You can place a mumble.ini next to the mumble executable, which will make Mumble use it to store its settings (portable mode). On Windows this will make Mumble not use the registry but the ini. Not sure how regular storage is on Linux. You could then copy&paste the shortcuts section of the ini. I t...
by bbosen
07 Oct 2017, 22:04
Forum: Technical
Topic: Mumble shortcuts export/import
Replies: 6
Views: 3323

Re: Mumble shortcuts export/import

kissaki: Thanks. I had seen mention of "portable mode" but always in the context of Windows users, so I hadn't paid attention because I only use Linux. I will try it. As you surmised, it's true that I am using server-specific keyboard shortcuts based on "Whisper To" logic. I will experiment with you...
by bbosen
03 Oct 2017, 13:31
Forum: Technical
Topic: Mumble shortcuts export/import
Replies: 6
Views: 3323

Mumble shortcuts export/import

Hi. I would like to see an enhancement that would allow me to "export" the elaborate set of Mumble "shortcuts" that I have been using so I can distribute that exported file to others for their use. Of course, a corresponding "import" facility would also be needed.... (Background: I have written an o...
by bbosen
06 Feb 2017, 20:59
Forum: Usage
Topic: How to preserve shortcuts to load on different computers
Replies: 1
Views: 1386

How to preserve shortcuts to load on different computers

Hi. Please forgive me if this has been covered elsewhere; I looked but couldn't find it. I have an elaborate set of Mumble shortcuts that I use with ten different LINUX machines. I haven't figured out any easy way to preserve a working set from one machine that I can then export to the other nine. I...