[asterisk-users] Re: [asterisk-biz] G729 Replacement Codec - FREE or may ne cheaper than existing one.

Kannaiyan Natesan gbpnkans at gmail.com
Sat Sep 2 10:23:53 MST 2006

STOP !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

I'm least bothered whether g729 works or not or what the developer did
to made it to work.
I'm bothered how it works and what are the details about it. As you
are keen, I'm also keen on the developer who made that software and
what they claim. Most importantly I don't have got the link, since it
might be removed by this time or google is not able to get it back.

Also, I'm just using asterisk for my hobby. Never heard g729 speaking
from asterisk.

If you have got the link by anychance, please kindly share.


On 9/3/06, Hermann Wecke <hermann at wecke.com> wrote:
> Kannaiyan Natesan wrote:
> > I heard of a news, that there is a replacement codec available for
> > g729 and accept the g729 codec data for decoding. [...] If there is
> > any royalty need to pay, is that cheaper than the existing g729
> > cost?.
> G729 is not royalty free.
> http://lists.digium.com/pipermail/asterisk-dev/2004-July/005544.html
> http://lists.digium.com/pipermail/asterisk-users/2006-August/162221.html
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