[asterisk-users] Re: [asterisk-dev] G729 Replacement Codec - FREE
or may ne cheaper than existing one.
gbpnkans at gmail.com
Sat Sep 2 04:58:40 MST 2006
It just uses intel libraries.
I'm taking about a codec not g729. But can accept g729 encoded data
and also product clone of g729 encoded data.
It is a replacement of existing g729 where it uses a different
algorithm different from the original one.
Assume you have unlimited channels running in asterisk without any
fee. I love that and want everyone of the asterisk users to have the
same. (I'm not sure of any licensing until i have the link.)
On 9/2/06, Daniel Pocock <daniel at readytechnology.co.uk> wrote:
> Asterisk 1.2 support coming shortly.
> Kannaiyan Natesan wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I heard of a news, that there is a replacement codec available for
> > g729 and accept the g729 codec data for decoding. Anyone familier with
> > this? Also the good news is that it is noted that it works fine with
> > asterisk and the g729 encoded data.
> > Anyone has the link for the free asterisk distribution which can
> > take unilimited channels of g729 codec, data. If there is any royalty
> > need to pay, is that cheaper than the existing g729 cost?.
> > I read somewhere in the net and forgot to save the url and google
> > did not brought me that again.
> > Thanks.
> > Regards,
> > Kannaiyan
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