[Freeswitch-users] Asterisk Conferencing vs FreeSWITCH
mike at jerris.com
Wed Aug 20 08:57:10 PDT 2008
On Aug 20, 2008, at 11:53 AM, Gavin Henry wrote:
> 2008/8/20 Anthony Minessale <anthony.minessale at gmail.com>:
>> One page you can look at is this one:
>> This is a comparison matrix of all of the existing Asterisk based
>> apps including app_confcall which is my enhanced version of
>> app_meetme I
>> wrote before I started the FreeSWITCH project.
> AH, ok. Thanks.
>> Most of the features from app_confcall were ported into
> Any left from the above link that aren't?
The only thing that I can think of in meetme that we don't do is we
don't have a moderator concept embedded into mod_conference, so that
would have to be done externally.
>> Besides the ones listed mod_conference also has the following
>> (or at least the ones I can think of) :
>> *) Pure software implementation (no hardware timing interface)
>> *) Direct integration to FreeSWITCH TTS abstraction for on-demand
>> text to
>> *) Ability to transfer one or more parties to a new conference on
>> the fly.
>> *) Programmable Relationships between callers, A B and C in the
>> conf so C
>> can only hear A but not B etc.
>> *) Presence integration, connects to BLF , jabber buddy list etc.
>> *) Mappable DTMF keys to a common list of functions or to events for
>> external controls.
>> *) Fully controllable mute/unmute etc from EVENT SOCKET interface.
>> *) Ability to record to shoutcast (with help from mod_shout)
>> *) Video from speaker with the floor broadcasted to other callers.
>> *) Support for 8k 16k and 32k audio mixing with resampling to mix
> We're thinking of a hosted conference service with variosu billing
> formats and are accessing FreeSWITCH vs MeetMe. Looks like FreeSWTICH
> is way on top.
> What about LDAP integration?
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