[Added on Arjan.org] VoIPerized


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ArjanDotOrg

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VoIPerized


Overview:

What is VoIPerized? VoIPerized is a so called VoIP (Voice over IP)
program. VoIPerized enables you to make free audio calls to other
people who also run VoIPerized. When making VoIPerized the focus was to
minimize the latency, because other VoIP programs always seemed to have
an irritating lag which makes the conversation seem unnatural. By using
the open source Speex audio codec, the audio quality is far higher than
any normal telephone call. Features: # Extreme low latency (0.140
seconds + ping time) # Conference with unlimited people at the same
time # Contact list supports unlimited number of contacts # Adjust the
bitrate to your needs # High audio quality (16 kHz sampling) # Low CPU
usage # Adaptive Jitter Buffering # Smart packetloss concealment # VAD
(Voice Audio Detection) # Easy to use interface # Missed phonecalls are
logged # Option to Auto-accept or Auto-decline calls # Displays your
own IP-address (even when behind a router) # UPnP™ (Universal Plug &
Play) support. VoIPerized automatically does the needed port forwarding
(WinXP & UPnP router required).

Homepage: http://www.student.tue.nl/m/j.s.d.kleijn/voiperized/

For related software, check out:
http://www.arjan.org/?Internet:IRC/Instant_Messengers:Other


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John Fitzsimons

Category: Internet > IRC/Instant Messengers > Other


From their pages ....

Q: When I start VoIPerized it tries to connect to a site. What is it
doing?
A:It is simply checking if your version of VoIPerized is up to date.

Which raises the question. Can one turn off this "phone home"
capability ?

Also, is this peer to peer ? Or is another server required at some
time in the process eg. initially.

Has anyone used this and/or know the answer to either/both
questions please ?

Regards, John.
 

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