[Freeswitch-users] G.729 & Windows
mnhassan at usa.net
Thu Oct 21 07:34:31 PDT 2010
But that doesn't mean that license isn't required, does it?
I was more interested in a free to use codec comparable to G729 in
terms of both bandwidth and quality.
On 2010-10-21, M.Emran <monemran at gmail.com> wrote:
> in ARM processor, you can do g729.
> On Thu, Oct 21, 2010 at 1:30 PM, Nyamul Hassan <mnhassan at usa.net> wrote:
>> Any one know of a comparable low bandwidth codec that works for mobile
>> based softphones?
>> On 2010-10-21, Thomas Mueller <thomas at chaschperli.ch> wrote:
>> >> Just curious. If a G729 CoDec is a MUST and unless you prefer to use a
>> >> compliant ATA device that already comes with a built-in G729 CoDec
>> > i've had good results with G.729 with audio quality and bandwith -
>> > especially with ADSL where uplink is the bottleneck. My hardware-sip
>> > phones (Snom, Siemens) are equiped with the g729 codec, the sip provider
>> > too.
>> > - Thomas
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