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I am new to this site. I'm doing my B.Tech in Computer Science, and our final year project is a VOIP application, with voice chat over any network. Its completely java based, to avoid platform dependency. Currently, we have a prototype that works on a LAN, using 64kbps PCM. We havent used any compression techniques.
Recently, I heard about the JSpeex project, that aims to implement the open source speech compression format Speex in Java. I would like to implement Jspeex into my project. Can anyone tell me how to do this? There is a player available for download from the Jspeex sourceforge site, but it only does files. I need something that can take a PCM audio stream as input, and encodes it using JSpeex. At the receiver end, it has to process an audio stream and convert it back to PCM.
Hope someone can shed some light on this
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