[Freeswitch-dev] Stereo support?

Ken Rice krice at freeswitch.org
Thu Dec 13 19:54:13 MSK 2012

Maybe use 2 conference bridges and a SIP UA modified to make 2 calls
1000L at conference.bridge  1000R at conference.bridge

Left channel @ 1000L, right channel @ 1000R, using other conference magic
you could even steer people around the room by playing with their L and R


On 12/13/12 4:01 AM, "Rick van Rein" <rick at openfortress.nl> wrote:

> Hey,
>> Have anyone try to implement stereo support in freeswitch to streaming the
>> music?
> It'd also be a great asset to conference calls if we could hear the people
> "in the room" each talk from their position.  Add stereo microphones and it
> is even possible to "look at people" and direct speech more loudly their
> way.
> This is more sensational than you can imagine :- I once ate in a restaurant
> where the situation of being blind was simulated through absolute darkness.
> I was struck by how instinctively the mind registers if someone is looking at
> you while speaking, almost as if it has once been useful for our defense or
> so.
> I think this sensation could make an incredible impact on the concept of a
> conference call, and make it come *much* closer to a live conversation.
>> I tried, but only 1 channel is hardcoded inside freeswitch code everywhere,
>> i can't make it work properly, just wonder if any1 tried before?
> Can't answer that, just motivate it as a more generally useful idea.
> Ciao,
>  -Rick
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