[Freeswitch-users] OPUS: Jitter Buffer for bridged calls to use FEC?
Alexander.Haugg at c4b.de
Wed May 13 09:16:37 UTC 2020
thanks for the fast answer.
How is it possible to transport the package lost information from the “leg Client B” to the “leg Client A”?
If I understand You correct, for the bridged scenario OPUS to OPUS I don’t start a JB on Freeswitch side?
Without the JB the OPUS FEC feature cannot used on the Freeswitch.
For this case, the Client A need the package lost information from the “leg Client B” to repair the stream via FEC info.
The sequence numbers for the “leg Client A” will set new, completely independent from the sequence numbers of the “leg Client B”, for which reason the Client A have no PL (package lost) information.
Client A (JB) <--------------------- FreeSwitch <------------------- Client B
No PL info Package lost
Is there a FreeSwitch pattern to solve this problem? Or is it not solvable without JB on FreeSwitch side?
Thanks a lot!
Von: FreeSWITCH-users <freeswitch-users-bounces at lists.freeswitch.org> Im Auftrag von Dragos Oancea
Gesendet: Dienstag, 12. Mai 2020 14:49
An: FreeSWITCH Users Help <freeswitch-users at lists.freeswitch.org>
Betreff: Re: [Freeswitch-users] OPUS: Jitter Buffer for bridged calls to use FEC?
That snip of documentation for JB is pretty old and obsolete I'd say, it does not mention transcoding + FEC .
But where transcoding is used/needed is like a "point of termination".
Relevant docs (and best practices) about OPUS + JB + FEC here:
If there's no JB then it can't be any FEC decoding.
If you just do OPUS->FS(bridge)->OPUS then no point of enabling the JB, it only adds delay.
On Tue, May 12, 2020 at 10:23 AM Alexander Haugg <Alexander.Haugg at c4b.de<mailto:Alexander.Haugg at c4b.de>> wrote:
I try to find out the best practice to use the OPUS features.
The scenario is:
Client A -------> (JitterBuffer) FreeSwitch -----------------------> Client B
<---------------------- FreeSwitch (JitterBuffer) <--------
Is this the correct way?
In the documentation for OPUS the message is, JitterBuffer is needed to use FEC.
But in the documentation for the JitterBuffer is written:
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.
I think, package lost is the start indicator for FEC and normally the RTP sequence number is the indicator for package lost, but the sequence number is valid for the own SSRC space only.
That means, if I have lost packages from Client A to Freeswitch is this information on the other side to client B missing, correct?
Now the question, what is the best practice handle this scenario?
Thanks a lot!
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