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Poll Results: Which VOIP Software Do You Have Installed?

Poll expired: Aug 8, 2012 This is a multiple choice poll
  • 33% of voters (223)
    Mumble
  • 32% of voters (220)
    TeamSpeak 3 (TS3)
  • 34% of voters (229)
    Ventrilo (Vent)
672 Total Votes  
post #11 of 172
1.) Which VOIP software do you prefer?

TeamSpeak 3

2.) Please explain your choice to question 1.

been using it the longest and i have my own ts3 server


3.) Do you have personal experience with all three choices?

yes







@op

can i ask you a question please regarding a ts3 server?



cheers
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post #12 of 172
1.) Which VOIP software do you prefer?

Ventrillo

2.) Please explain your choice to question 1.

I used to use Ventrillo a lot, and i hated TS2 at the time. But now TS3 is out it's a close call as to which i prefer, but i'd have to side with vent from experience

3.) Do you have personal experience with all three choices?

I've never used mumble, but I've used the other 2.
Edited by Boyboyd - 8/1/12 at 4:01am
post #13 of 172
1.) Which VOIP software do you prefer?
Mumble


2.) Please explain your choice to question 1.
Reason for choosing Mumble - I have been using Mumble now for around 2+ years. It is very simplistic, as well as minimalistic. Those are two main features that I like in a program. Now don't get me wrong, while it is simplistic, this doesn't mean that it doesn't get stuff done. The ACL system(Permissions) is very superior and has great flexibility. The latency and sound quality are the best by far.

Reason for not choosing TeamSpeak 3 - While it is a good piece of software, it has it's flaws. One of them being the learning curve of ALL the different options/features it comes with. It gives you more information that you need to know up front. It seems as if there is more than you actually need for a simple VoIP server. You don't need file transfer, customer banners, and 19 levels of permissions for it to be run successfully. While the sound quality and latency are close to Mumble, it still is not enough to edge it out of first.

Reason for not choosing Ventrilo - Ventrilo was the GOD OF VoIP back in the day. But as of right now, they are just sitting on that and letting people use it because they are used to it. There has been no major updates over the past 5 years to the piece of software, while it is minimalistic, the permission system is quite broke. I know this because I work for a VoIP comapany that helps users with Ventrilo, TeamSpeak and Mumble. The Voice quality is lacking by far and the latency is even worse beyond that.

3.) Do you have personal experience with all three choices?
Yes, as well as hosted a side-by-side comparison for people to see the difference in each one and why one excelled over the other.
Edited by XiCynx - 8/1/12 at 4:38pm
post #14 of 172
Quote:
Originally Posted by Boyboyd View Post

I've never used mumble, but I've used all 3.

lol biggrin.gif

1.) Which VOIP software do you prefer?

Ventrilo

2.) Please explain your choice to question 1.

The easiest to use and the ability to change other peoples volume etc is nice. Can't do much about obnoxiously loud mumblers.

3.) Do you have personal experience with all three choices?

Yup
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Originally Posted by el gappo View Post

lol biggrin.gif

I don't even know how i managed to type that, lol.
post #16 of 172
1.) Which VOIP software do you prefer?

B. TeamSpeak 3


2.) Please explain your choice to question 1.

I like that you can adjust individual sound levels so you don't have someone screaming in your ear and another guy whispering so low you'll never understand them. I find it user friendly and the layout isn't to shabby either.

I've used mumble for a long time and while you could argue the sound/quality is better TS3 offers more customization and features.



3.) Do you have personal experience with all three choices?

A. Yes
post #17 of 172
1] TS3

2] Been using it the longest so probably just used to it more so than the others.

3] yup
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post #18 of 172
I for the most part have mainly used Ventrillo but, prefer TS3 for several reasons.
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post #19 of 172
1) teamspeak
2) because i know more people that use it,
3) Nah, but ive used mumble
( havent used any of these for a while)
Dolby axon is much better wink.gif
Edited by Thetz - 8/1/12 at 5:23am
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post #20 of 172
1. Mumble

2. It's free and easy. I host a public Mumble server on my desktop and invite people on it all the time while I'm gaming. Easy to set up multiple rooms and I can have as many users as I want. I have it set to 1000 right now. Not that I will ever get to 1000 people on at the same time though. I think the most I've had is around 20. No limits to what you can do with Mumble and it also has the best latency.

3. I've only used Vent and Mumble. Mumble is miles ahead of Vent. Both are better than Skype in my opinion. Skype's latency is not good.
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