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    Speex 1.2rc1

    Hello.

    Do you plan to update speex library in windows client? It still uses 1.2beta3 while 1.2rc1 is available. Official site states there were some bugfixes:

    In the bugfix department, there are fixes for a few bugs in the echo canceller, jitter buffer and preprocessor.

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    All these fixes are included already.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dante696 View Post
    All these fixes are included already.
    Are they? Linux client indeed uses latest speex library, but windows client reports:
    Code:
    2010-02-09 14:56:04.312500	PreProSpeex	Info	Speex version: speex-1.2beta3

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    what you see is not always what you get...

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    Hehe, ok

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    Celt 0.7.1

    CELT 0.7.1 improves the quality of the packet loss concealment (PLC), but does not change the rest of the codec. For this reason it is the first release not to break bit-stream compatibility with the previous release (0.7.0). But I promise not to do it again, the next CELT release will likely break compatibility once again. Note that the PLC improvements have not been completely converted to fixed-point yet, so the fixed-point still uses the old PLC. Last thing, the default name of the library was changed to libcelt0.so to make it easier to do the transition when the final 1.0 release comes out (with frozen bit-stream and API).
    Seems like this would help TS3, any word on when/if this build of the CELT codec will be included?

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