Santiago Garcia Mantinan
manty at debian.org
Sun Nov 6 16:49:13 UTC 2005
> > This just came through today :-( Might be a bit old.
Yes, in fact I have moved since them and I'm without Internet access at home
right now, so I'm again a bit offline :-( But I'm still wanting to become
active again, and I hope I can do it in a short time (as soon as I get
Internet back and a bit of time, leaving your parents home gives you more
work to do and less free time ;-)
I did compile and have been testing kiax with more or less good results.
> Here is a patch for 0.8.4 cleaning up the iLBC bits:
> svn co http://svn.openfmi.net/dev/people/danchev/kiax
About all this... I really think iLBC is a great codec, isn't there any way
we can include it? like trying to persuade upstream to change licencing or
My mesures, I don't remember if they were done with kiax or some twinkle or
what it was... were giving me these bandwidths in kilobits/s
iLBC: 25.5, GSM: 31.2, Speex: 33.6
These are aproximate figures and captured on the ethernet counting all the
headers and all that, but it is what you transmit on the wire, if we take
into accound the people still using modems (56K download but still 33.6
upload) iLBC or something really designed for low bitrate but with good
quality seems quite necesary.
> I sent it upsream a month ago, but seems they do not hurry releasing new
> version. I have write access to pkg-voip repo, but I personally prefer to
> wait for the new version. What do you think ?
I'd really love to see iLBC included somehow, the best way would be because
it is free, anybody has any idea on all this? any contact? does it seem
Manty/BestiaTester -> http://manty.net
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