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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 #71 of 172
TeamSpeak 3,
It's clean, easy to set up with a nice UI.
I have used mumble and can't stand it, and vent i find thoroughly annoying and tiresome to use. Just my personal opinion obviously, but i just don't see the attraction to mumble or vent over a much cleaner set up like teampseak.
post #72 of 172
Vent only because I have had little experience with TS in the early days of WoW when south park made it popular, then everyone and their mother switched to Vent.

Never used mumble before.

I am also pulled toward Vent because I host my own little 8 man free server from my home media server.
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post #73 of 172
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Because that's what Temnava and most of my other alliances use, plus it's free and easy to host.
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post #74 of 172
I also use RaidCall. It's also the one I prefer the most.
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post #75 of 172
Voted for all 3... I have all 3 installed. MC community uses Mumble, other games I use vent, and some BF3 buddies use TS3.

1.) Which VOIP software do you prefer?

Ventrillo

2.) Please explain your choice to question 1.

I rent my own Ventrilo server for me and some gaming bros

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

I have experience with all 3... and Ventrilo just feels the nicest. Not sure why.
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post #76 of 172
I also voted for all three. I use TS3 for my BF3 Clan. Ventrillo for my tibia guild. And I host my own mumble server for my friends and I to use. I prefer mumble, and I've attempted multiple times to get my vent using friends to use my mumble server. However, they prefer vent, or are too lazy to install mumble. Probably the second option.

1.) Which VOIP software do you prefer?
A. Mumble
2.) Please explain your answer to question 1.
I prefer the usability of mumble over the over clients. Teamspeak would be the next best for this though. I also think the UI is lacking with vent, but is very nice in TS and Mumble. Installation (of server) is so easy for mumble (linux server) and is such a pain for vent. Especially setting them as a service. I used to run a TS server in the early days but I haven't tried in the past couple of years. Over all, mumble is the winner.
3.) Do you have personal experience with all three choices?
Yes
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post #77 of 172
1.) Which VOIP software do you prefer?

A. Mumble

2.) Please explain your answer to question 1.
Have a server for it and is simplistic and good responsive quality (faster than Vent).

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

A. Yes
post #78 of 172
I currently have all three installed. I have heard that teamspeak is better though!
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post #79 of 172
Mumble, superb voice quality and features. I love the in-game overlay and the fact that the voice is crystal clear.
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post #80 of 172

I hate VOIP now, I really do. The fact that there are so many different options out there kind of kills it if I have to use more than one to communicate during a game.

 

As for what I have installed; TS3 and Vent.

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