[Freeswitch-users] Initiating application jitterbuffer multiple times

Michael Collins msc at freeswitch.org
Tue Aug 21 19:01:37 MSD 2012

FYI, this is very useful information so I tossed it up on the wiki on the
jitterbuffer page:

If anyone feels like making it look prettier by all means do so. :)


On Mon, Aug 20, 2012 at 10:25 PM, Anthony Minessale <
anthony.minessale at gmail.com> wrote:

> If the jitterbuffer is already on, calling it again will just resize
> it, so setting it to the same is redundant but harmless.
> If you are surprised by why the jitterbuffer is paused during bridge:
> If both sides of a bridge are RTP and both sides have a jb, its fairly
> useless.  In fact if anything, it can worsen call quality.
> You should only run jitterbuffers at points of termination change of
> protocol.  Examples, if FS was hosting a conference or IVR, if you are
> bridging the call to a phone for instance, you want to not use a
> jitterbuffer because you want to preserve the original timestamps so
> your phone can use its own jitterbuffer.
> For special examples where you are using FS jitterbuffer in front of
> something else that may not have one or some other special
> circumstance you can use the setting chris mentioned to leave it
> running.
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