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Old 11-07-2005, 09:32 AM   #1
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Cool Awesome job, So far . . .

Hey thanks a bunch for the MAC Client.
I am not a MAC user but a Guildmaster for a guild in World of Warcraft and I applaud your efforts for this client.
It will now allow us to have our MAC members on Ventrilo.

However, that being said I made the server side changes and our MAC guildmates can now connect but I have a PC user that COULD connect and talk fine before but once the Codec was switched adn quality were adjusted (Sounds fine too) this user was not able to speak correctly.
He can connect, and push the talk key but if he says anything longer that 2 seconds everything gets digitally garbled.

I had him do a dxdiagdump and his sound card is a "Realtek AC97 Audio" (pretty common for on-board audio on a home built PC).
I switched the codex back and he works fine, but then no MAC users can connect. The MAC users are patient in waiting for the solution if anyone has any suggestions.

I am going to validate that he has the latest drivers for his soundcard blah, blah, blah. . .

Hoping to hear from some one that might have some other suggestions.

Again, thanks for the work so far.
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Old 11-07-2005, 11:28 AM   #2
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did that client update to beta release windows client?
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Old 11-29-2005, 10:59 AM   #3
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Default No go ...

Well the Drivers have been updated and his client has been updated but as soon as the server gets converted off of GSM he sounds horribly incomprehensible. Any Ideas would be great.
Sorry for the delay (Been out of town)
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