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  1. #1
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    [release] ts3video

    Hey,
    i've created a client plugin and a server application to enable video-conferencing from within TeamSpeak. Like TeamSpeak it's possible to host your own server.

    Well, i'd like to know what you think about it and what kind of features you would like to see.

    Here is a example screenshot of how it can look in a three monitor setup:
    http://ts3video.insanefactory.com/im...2011_54_43.png

    Thanks and have fun
    Manuel




    TS3VIDEO
    A free and easy to use video conferencing plugin for Teamspeak 3.

    Homepage: https://mfreiholz.de/ts3video/

    In case you want to test the plugin and don't have your own server you can use our development server, but keep in mind that it can go down anytime.

    Bugs & Features
    I appreciate all help, but to keep track of your feedback i need a centralized place for your ideas. Please commit all found bugs and wanted features to the issue tracker on GitHub.
    Last edited by gainwar; October 3rd, 2015 at 07:41 PM.

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    On Windows 7 Ultimate will not work this plugin. Click image for larger version. 

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  3. #3
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    Hi
    Looks like you are using Windows 7 Ultimate 32-bit?
    The 32-bit version is not yet available, but it will be tonight.

  4. #4
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    Just install and use the 64 bit client.
    When sending me private messages: Please make sure to include reference link to your forum thread or post.

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    I have already downloaded the 64 Bit Client. I have a 64 Bit System. But the Plugin is not compatible with my Platform. dante have you Windows 8 or Windows 7?

  6. #6
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    Maybe you have a 64-bit system but installed the 32-bit TeamSpeak software in past. Can you check the name of the your TS3 executable, please?

    Should be ts3client_win64.exe or ts3client_win32.exe

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rikku View Post
    dante have you Windows 8 or Windows 7?
    This is not related to the plugin installer. And i use Windows 7 74bit.
    You must choose the right package installer and client path when you already registred a 32 bit client on your system.
    Last edited by dante696; April 20th, 2015 at 10:12 AM.
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  8. #8
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    The 32-bit client plugin is now available.
    http://ts3video.insanefactory.com

    Later i will check, whether it is possible to provide one plugin for both platforms.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dante696 View Post
    This is not related to the plugin installer. And i use Windows 7 74bit.
    You must choose the right package installer and client path when you already registred a 32 bit client on your system.
    74 bit?!?! That is a whole 10 bits more than mine!?

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    ts3video_win64.dll failed to load plugin

    Quote Originally Posted by gainwar View Post
    Hey,
    i've created a client plugin and a server application to enable video-conferencing from within TeamSpeak. Like TeamSpeak it's possible to host your own server...
    I have been having issues and can't figure out what to do. I have uninstalled all instances of TeamSpeak and reinstalled and still the same issue. see attached screen shot. I appreciate any help you can provide!

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    Quote Originally Posted by thommerlin View Post
    I have been having issues and can't figure out what to do. I have uninstalled all instances of TeamSpeak and reinstalled and still the same issue. see attached screen shot. I appreciate any help you can provide!

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    So you have used the latest TeamSpeak and latest TS3VIDEO (0.3)?

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    Setup guide

    Hello,Can you make a simple setup guide for linux.Thaks!

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    This seems to cause apache to randomly crash :/

  14. #14
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    it is simple give me some time and i will make one for you and what distro are you useing

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    here you go

    If you have Winscp installed

    connect to server as root

    go to the folder teamspeak is located ** i hope your not useing root for your username to run teamspeak **

    make a new folder name it ts3video

    * unzip the folder to a folder on your desktop *

    drop all files into the folder on your server

    edit default.ini with and add a admin password so you can kick/ban people from video

    open putty connect to user

    cd to user folder for teamspeak / ts3 video

    cd ts3video


    sudo screen ./start.sh start

    if not root

    or screen ./start.sh start

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