[JDEV] Videoconferencing with jabber / Re: [speex-dev]Videoconferencing with speex and jabber
Ulrich B. Staudinger
us at die-horde.de
Tue Nov 25 06:39:37 CST 2003
Am Di, 2003-11-25 um 12.39 schrieb Richard Dobson:
> Why are you not doing the audio streams p2p? That would make far more sense
Just imagine you have ten people in a conference talking with each other
.... a peer would send ten streams to ten people, that's quite a waste
of bandwidth IMO.
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Ulrich B. Staudinger" <us at die-horde.de>
> To: <jdev at jabber.org>
> Sent: Tuesday, November 25, 2003 11:12 AM
> Subject: Re: [JDEV] Videoconferencing with jabber / Re:
> [speex-dev]Videoconferencing with speex and jabber
> > Hi Carsten,
> > due to the ongoing discussion on both lists, i simply respond to both
> > lists. it's hard crossposting, but it's for both roups relevant (i
> > think).
> > +After having thought about control structures, it makes sense to me to
> > do the extra work and merge this creamed cake into a jabber server
> > component. Otherwise a control channel to the server component would
> > have to be opened, or a splitter to divide the incoming audio bytes from
> > control bytes would have to be added, which won't make things less
> > complicative.+
> > Of course it is possible to create a standalone server relay, too.
> > But my relation to jabber.org tells me to do it that way... ;-)
> > ok.
> > to speex: *now here comes the more important part, can we build a c++
> > component which does what avrelay does? is it practicable to de/encode
> > 100 streams with a c/c++ speex de/encoder in realtime?* COMMENTS WELCOME
> > The other part is, what do you think about a cooperation? All help on
> > this welcome!
> > to jabber: *We would need some protocol enhancements to the jabber
> > protocol to control muting of conference partners. It makes sense to me
> > to enhance the current jabber MUC protocol with some audio/video
> > specific stuff.* COMMENTS WELCOME
> > Best regards,
> > Ulrich
> > P.s. on the relay, carsten:
> > The relay you may download at
> > http://greenthumb.jabberstudio.org/avrelay.html contains server and
> > client.
> > a server has to be started, onto which a client can connect.
> > The client has to know the ip of the server.
> > the client is started through the command listed on the avrelay.html
> > page.
> > the server is started through 'java uls.AVRelay'
> > The server listens by default on port 10000 (i think), can't remember
> > what i wrote 6 weeks ago.
> > The server encodes in the session.java file.
> > The client encodes and decodes in TestClient.java. You'll see the
> > classes when looking through the code.
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