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post #11 of 18 Old 03-06-2008, 09:30 AM
 
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lol yeah def vent over teamspeak its so easy to use. my clan went from teamspeak to vent and we all like it much better.

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I use, and think ventrillo is more well rounded. Teamspeak just isn't user friendly as ventrillo is.

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Ventrillo sounds a bit better, but TeamSpeak is a much better all round application - for example you cant link Ventrillo up to a database of admin users etc, making it useless for what I use it for.
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this is a list of what teamspeak and vent have to offer


Ventrilo

# Cross channel communications.
# User-to-user private conversations.
# Individual channels that can be created dynamically.
# Sub channels.
# Muted channels.
# Queued channels.
# Password protected server login and channels.
# Advanced channel control options and filters.
# Text-to-speech (TTS) voice generation.
# Key binding to execute special program functions, play wave files, send TTS messages.
# Separate phonetic spelling of user and channel names for proper TTS.
# Built in chat similar to IRC.
# Users can enter dynamic comments for all other users to see.
# User assigned names for server connections. No need to remember IP numbers.
# Multiple platform support for servers.
# Servers are now ready and supported on 64bit platforms.
# Ability to restrict server admin features. Useful for hosting services.
# Server specified codec's to control voice quality and bandwidth usage.



TeamSpeak

# Optimal bandwidth usage with codecs ranging from CELP 5.1Kbit to GSM 16.4Kbit to Speex 25.9Kbit for optimal voice clarity
# Local addressbook allows you to connect quickly to your favorite servers
# Webserver list allows you to find TeamSpeak servers without their IP
# Channel and subchannel creation
# Client is designed to work well with firewalls and routers
# Passworded servers and channels
# Completely configurable keybindings (hotkeys) to quickly join specified channels, mute your microphone,etc.
# Whisper functions so you can speak privately to inidividuals, groups of persons, or other channels
# Auto voice normalizing (no need to adjust your mic manually)
# Supports Microsoft Gamevoice â„¢ hardware
# Windows/Linux server
# Windows/Linux client
# Text messaging in the client
# Seemless optoinal MySQL integration, allowing you to customize your server database
# Minimal CPU and RAM requirements
# Given bandwidth requirements are met, servers can easily handle thousands of users

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i use vent, mostly cause thats what my guild mainly uses. seems to work fine, plus its always fun to play with TTS binds >.>

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Ventrilo > teamspeak.

i have both , Ventrilo Codecs are better and so is the persons clarity of voice.

Vent is also alot easier to use IMO


Uhm. Yeah Codecs are better, but vent is not easier to use. Teamspeak is very organized and simple, unlike Ventrilo.

I use TS.

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Ventrillo sounds a bit better, but TeamSpeak is a much better all round application - for example you cant link Ventrillo up to a database of admin users etc, making it useless for what I use it for.
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I would say Ventrilo allot better sound quality more user friendly more popular and more reliable

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