Release Notes: This release changes to Opus for a future-proof next-gen audio codec, and adds Windows 8 support. Push-to-talk has been improved, and allows for a separate push-to-talk window. Volume attenuation improvements have been added. Stability improvements for OS X 10.7 (Lion) and 10.8 (Mountain Lion) have been implemented.
Release Notes: Voice activity detection was improved. This release was updated with a better customizable overlay with FPS counter. Recording support was added. Priority speaker was implemented. Miscellaneous bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: This release adds an extended audio wizard, Windows 7 jumplist support, an improved channel tree, display of the talking state in the traybar, an updated CELT codec with enhanced packet loss concealment (fewer robots), the ability to colorize log messages with skins, the ability to disable individual positional audio plugins, enhanced always-on-top adjustability, volume attenuation for other applications which can now also trigger on local speech, many bugfixes, and various positional audio bugfixes, improvements, and additions.
Release Notes: This release adds certificate-based authentication, user management, a new "connect" dialog, a chatbar, layout presets, channel reordering, a WYSIWYG Editor, comments, friends, "whisper", g15 for OS X, a native-feeling ConfigDialog on OS X, automatic plugin updates and enhanced plugin support, new positional audio plugins, user textures, automatic network fallback, audio events, access Tokens, a unified channel add/edit dialog, temporary channels, lAN announcement and discovery, crash reporting, a compatibility client, and a customizable PTT audio cue.
Release Notes: Murmur has been optimized. Ice has been updated and documented. You can now use images in the server welcome text and text messages, using regular HTML tags. There are new server features. The Windows installer is now fully localized. There is improved positional audio, and more games are supported. You can now bind multiple shortcuts to every function. The overlay now works on OS X, but is considered experimental.
Release Notes: A new binary protocol is used. The new protocol saves a tiny bit of bandwidth and is also considerably more secure. A zero-copy UDP thread is used for Murmur, which will help murmur scale beyond thousands of users. Servers can now register in the global registry and be available to any user through a server browser. External authentication allows you to create DBus-based plugs between murmur and any external authentication method. An example for phpBB3 is provided. Linux in-game GL overlay was added. Custom user textures may be uploaded.
Release Notes: This release has some minor sound improvements and a rewrite of the ALSA subsystem for Linux. murmur now supports MySQL, and has a dedicated UDP thread to ensure that SQL query response doesn't hold up voice communication. There's also DBUS RPC control of murmur, meaning you can easily script and integrate it into your infrastructure.