[ioquake3] VoIP support for ioquake3...
arny at ats.s.bawue.de
Sat May 24 05:52:52 PDT 2008
On Samstag, 24. Mai 2008, Joerg Dietrich wrote:
> Well I didn't look at Ryans patch yet.
> But it shouldn't be to complicated.
> Most of Ryans work can be used
> like capturing, networking, playback an so on.
> Just the encoding/decoding routines
> must be adopted to the new codec.
There are several reasons off the top of my mind that would speak against
using ogg vorbis:
1. increased bandwidth usage as you already mentioned
2. speex is optimized for - as the name suggests - speech.
3. latency - In a realtime application, this is very critical and I don't know
whether ogg supports small packet lengths. Keep in mind, those 20ms frames in
speex only contain 882 samples!
4. packet loss: what happens in case of packet loss? At least in the case of
mp3 I know that the decodation of one audio frame also relies on previously
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