JVOIPLIB is an object-oriented Voice-over-IP (VoIP) library, written in C++. Its purpose is to make it easy to set up and control VoIP sessions. The session's characteristics can be changed during a VoIP call.
|Tags||Communications Internet Phone Software Development Libraries|
|Operating Systems||Windows Windows POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: This release adds basic Speex compression support and file input and output components using libsndfile.
Release Notes: The library now uses JThread 1.1.0 and jrtplib 3.x.x for RTP support as defined in RFC 3550. The bug which made it seem that 100% CPU time was being used in MS Windows is now solved.
Release Notes: The soundcard I/O modules were improved. Several bugs which could cause the VoIP session to hang were fixed.
Release Notes: Several bugfixes were made. Synchronization between communicating parties was improved. A mu-law encoding scheme, LPC and GSM compression modules, and a HRTF-based localization scheme were added. A more advanced example has been added: the JVOIPLIB Test Utility (both for Qt and MFC).
Release Notes: First stable release.