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What Codec Will Be Most Compatible

CELP
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Speex
10
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GSM
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Total votes: 10

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Team Speak Server Up

Post by DrJoeTr0n » Thu Dec 01, 2005 4:44 am

Server IP is
71.194.3.120:8767

Password is option

Please Fallow The Guide Lines When using the Server.

NOTE: This is only for Lobster Cage Exclusively.

Log In as your Armagetron name (Obvious)

Be sure when you set up that you are set to PUSH TO TALK. Doing this stops a lot of background noises you probably don't want us hearing.

Please then go to the Armagetron Channel.


Thank you in advance for not abusing TS server.


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Hope to see you guys there!
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Post by Lucifer » Thu Dec 01, 2005 5:09 am

Hmmmmmmmmmm...............

Hey joe, what's the possibility of me plugging in my guitar on this thing? Or would that violate ToS? I'm thinking it would be pretty neat for me to rock out and have people tell me "That doesn't work, that does" or whatever.

(/me has hit a creative block coming up with a soundtrack for this game)

I don't know how helpful it would be for anyone, possibly it would just be annoying.
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Post by Raoul Duke » Thu Dec 01, 2005 5:15 am

that would be awesome

i could air drum to accompany you

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Post by DrJoeTr0n » Thu Dec 01, 2005 6:23 am

Rock out with your c*** out Lucifer! Thats what teamspeak is all about!

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Post by Tank Program » Thu Dec 01, 2005 5:43 pm

I could run a bit of a TS for you Lucifer if Joe won't do it.
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Post by DrJoeTr0n » Thu Dec 01, 2005 8:53 pm

The server is running. You can talk all you want. But just a reminder, its for the lobster cage (I might make an exception if no one is in.)

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Post by DrJoeTr0n » Thu Dec 01, 2005 8:59 pm

Though Now that I think about it. A global Arma Teamspeak server would be pretty cool, Each channel could be dedicated to a server. Admins would be mods of the there designated channel. I doub t any abuse would come of it. (We're all buddies right!? :D )

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Post by Tank Program » Thu Dec 01, 2005 9:00 pm

Yeah, would be nice, but I don't think anyone really has the high bandwith resources necessary for that.
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Post by DrJoeTr0n » Thu Dec 01, 2005 9:08 pm

I'm sure iceman has a couple hundred 75mhz p1's lying around, just link em up and speak it up :wink:

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Post by goferman » Thu Dec 01, 2005 9:25 pm

Joe you may have to guide me through this like a two year old, what do i do with all of that stuff? :oops: :roll:
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Post by Lucifer » Thu Dec 01, 2005 10:21 pm

Alright, so I got hooked in. Some tips, especially for Linux users:

Your mixer app is your friend. I realize I probably do stuff with my mixer that's a bit off the beaten track for regular users, but I recall some Linux distributions muting the microphone by default. ALSA also provides an interface to separate virtual-like devices, I think. Anyway, you may need to unmute your microphone, select it as the capture device, and then have a separate volume slider for the capture device.

What you set the slider for the capture device may not even be linked to what you set for the mic!

Anyway, that's what I ran into. The TeamSpeak program apparently doesn't provide access to the mixer, so you'll need KMix, or aumix (my favorite until the most recent Mandriva where KMix actually became functional) or something like that.

The latency is too bad to get a multiple instrumental jam or something going, sorry. But it's intended for talking, and none of the codecs are really setup for music anyway, heh.

And finally, for some reason any dialogs that are created by TeamSpeak show up behind all windows. This is pretty dumb, but if you click a menu that you expect will produce a dialog and don't see anything, check your taskbar and see if the dialog is there.
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Post by linuxlizzard » Thu Dec 01, 2005 10:39 pm

All I can say is that you are my hero Joe. You amaze me once again :)
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Post by KamP » Thu Dec 01, 2005 11:32 pm

That's actually a pretty good idea
did a little with Lucifer, very little though
and he told me he was going to kill me
and he did
and in spite of my ultimate fate, it was pretty cool
breaks a lot though

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Post by Lucifer » Thu Dec 01, 2005 11:56 pm

I had a problem, actually. I had turned down my mic in my mixer application, and then the phone rang. So the teamspeak program stopped picking up the voice activation because I had turned down the mic, and you didn't hear me say the phone rang. ;)

Yeah, it was pretty cool. I got myself straightened out after you left, and then started playing with my effects pedal and my mic. You guys are in trouble whenever I get in there and there are people. ;)
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Post by dlh » Fri Dec 02, 2005 12:24 am

The unofficial Mac team speak client, TeamSpeex, only supports the Speex codec. So I can join the server, but I am muted because you are using a different codec.

Team Speak 3 is supposedly going to be a total rewrite, with Mac support planned. Of course, that was 3-4 years ago, and I can't really find any recent news of Team Speak 3.

Edit: If team speak was open source, I would run a server for Fortress, I have a linux box but it is a sparc. They only have a x86 version. Read this for the developers' view of open-source. :roll: Are there any alternatives?

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