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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 #161 of 172
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Originally Posted by SniperTeamTango View Post

the part after the : goes in port. Not address.

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Was wondering why it looked different then what my friends layout for given address was. redface.gif
     
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post #162 of 172
I just jumped on for the first time, but it sucks i wasn't able to get on either of the ocn dayz servers frown.gif. Listening to you guys having a bunch of fun though.
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post #163 of 172
I would vote if I could... Raidcall is not listed frown.gif

I like raidcall as it is a very low resource, high quality voip software, server use is free as well. I use raidcall for my guild and had all 100 members logged in, and no latency issues.
post #164 of 172
I prefer raidcall.
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post #165 of 172
Votings are so even...
post #166 of 172
Skype.
post #167 of 172
All three.

Probably not a good idea but I've got different groups that prefer each different one. XD So.... I prefer TS3, but meh...
     
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post #168 of 172
I've ran the website for a for a WoW guild since 2005 and during the earlier years we used Ventrilo which was probably what 99% of the guilds on our server used. In 2010 I decided to give mumble a try, as I was tired of us getting a bill for both a website AND ventrilo server. The main issue of switching was just the fact that people really dislike change, so it was essentially forced on them.

I made a recording of the latency difference to prove my point when convincing them, and later revised it: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gblGcmtnJTY (the test details are in the video description, but generally the server doesn't exceed 2mbps at our peak user count for the past couple of years and uses almost no CPU power)

After the first few weeks, people had pretty much begun to hate having to log onto ventrilo servers after using our mumble. The voice quality and snappiness of communication is immensely better than Ventrilo, or teamspeak 3 at the time of our switch.

Some shortcomings are in the slightly more involved setup, as well as the clunkier interface. Still, the point of the program is to communicate with groups of people, and it does that very well once you have tweaked everything to your liking.
post #169 of 172
I've hosted a ventrilo server for 3 years or so, but after trying mumble I've never looked back. In games there's really no competition. After having gotten so accustomed to the latency of vent, talking in mumble felt like people were responding before I finished my thought, it's virtually instant. There's also the benefit of better sound quality, but latency is the number one reason I always use mumble when available.
post #170 of 172
Have all 3, use all 3, prefer Mumble.
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