Low-latency, high-quality voice communication for gamers. Includes game linking, so voice from other players comes from the direction of their characters, and has echo cancellation so the sound from your loudspeakers won't be audible to other players.
- High quality, low latency Voice communication
- Efficient server software
- Free and Open Source - no hassle before or after setting up
- Powerful API through Ice middleware - for numerous programming languages
- Positional Audio in games - hear your teammates from the direction they stand in
- In-Application Overlay - see who is listening and talking in-game
Great program. Use it with group for 10 friends, does everything we need. Except a software based method of playing music so we can listen together. Overall well build, and I especially like the performance tuning options.
I love using this VoIP for when I play online with my friends. My only issue with it is that no matter what I do, I just cannot seem to get the overlay to work with WoW. I have the latest version downloaded to my computer and I've followed all directions I can find, but to no avail. It just will not work for me. Other than that, I really enjoy it and its ease of use.
Here to warn you all about the service "Cooked Porkchop" I rented a 50 slot server from "Cooked Porkchop" two days ago. They failed to e-mail me the proper setup instructions. People that connected were randomly muted, and others said the server was "hacked/bugged". I asked for a refund, because I was dissatisfied with the service. They refused to give me one. Mumble is a great service, just STAY AWAY from "Cooked Porkchop" at any cost. I am sure there are plenty of great service out there, "Cooked Porkchop" just wants your money, because they don't care if you are dissatisfied, they just want your money. As for mumble, mumble is pretty awesome.
whenever i try to instal it it says it isnt a windows installer package this is the 1.2.5 stable download
Mumble/Murmur is a fabulous and high potential application with broad implications. However, for it to be useable in any mainstream application (e.g. at schools, business, etc) there must be a way to disable the public listings which contain offensive and inappropriate content. I'm hoping the developers will see this as an opportunity to widen the appeal of this otherwise quality app.