TeamTalk - collaboration and conferencing suite

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TeamTalk - collaboration and conferencing suite

#1 Post by MasterGoodheart » Tue Apr 10, 2007 7:16 pm

Changes in version 3.3 of TeamTalk:

- File transfers
- Hosting ability removed from main TeamTalk application
- HotKey shortcuts for common features
- Included server configurator for NT service
- Max users changable in TeamTalk Admin
- Auto save option in TeamTalk Admin
- Become operator in any channel with "/opme" command
- Ability to set operator password when creating channel
- Rejoins previous channel if connection is lost
- Drag and drop users in TeamTalk Admin
- Software gain for increasing volume for audio receiver
- Encoder complexity setting to improve voice quality

Website: http://www.bearware.dk/software.php?pageid=teamtalk
Download: http://www.bearware.dk/teamtalk/v3.3/Te ... _Setup.zip

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#2 Post by AlephX » Tue Apr 10, 2007 11:14 pm

Thanks, Database updated!
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BearWare TeamTalk v. 3.4

#3 Post by Ameri-CAIN » Tue Jan 29, 2008 2:53 pm

BearWare TeamTalk v. 3.4

TPFC Link: TeamTalk v. 3.3
http://www.portablefreeware.com/?id=937

Authors Website:
http://www.bearware.dk/software.php?pageid=teamtalk

TeamTalk v. 3.4 Download:
http://bearware.compytech.net/TeamTalk_v3.4_Setup.exe

This is the latest version of TeamTalk which is a voice conferencing application (or internet phone). TeamTalk allows you to talk to friends and colleagues using the internet as audio carrier. With TeamTalk any number of people can participate in a conversation and is only limited by the bandwidth you have available. Each user can choose his or her own audio quality which also determines the throughput required to each user. TeamTalk allows a throughput between 560 - 5850 bytes/sec. per user (so make sure those unlucky ones with a 56K modem are able to receive at your selected audio quality).

Features:

* Supports 8, 16 and 32 KHz audio for both low- and high-bandwidth users.
* Low lag by using audio broadcasting and no buffering.
* Throughput between 560 bytes/sec. and 5850 bytes/sec. per user.
* Channels with topics and passwords.
* Share files with other users in your channel.
* Hotkeys and voice activation.
* Individual volume.
* Positioning of participants using 3D sound.
* Unicode-enabled to support multiple languages.

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#4 Post by Fluffy » Wed Jan 30, 2008 2:46 am

Updated, thanks.
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TeamTalk v3.6.1

#5 Post by Lupo73 » Wed Jul 15, 2009 2:55 am

It is available a new version of it:
http://www.portablefreeware.com/?id=937
http://www.bearware.dk/index.php?pageid=teamtalk

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Re: TeamTalk 3.3

#6 Post by Midas » Sun Dec 07, 2014 4:25 pm

Old topic update: for lack of a better option, the present is now official forum thread for TeamTalk (http://www.portablefreeware.com/?id=937).
  • [url]http://bearware.dk/[/url] author wrote:TeamTalk 4 is a freeware conferencing system which allows multiple users to participate in audio and video conversations on the Internet. The TeamTalk 4 install file includes both client and server application. Special client application included with accessibility features for visually impaired.
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Re: TeamTalk - collaboration and conferencing suite

#7 Post by webfork » Sat Dec 13, 2014 5:41 pm

Midas wrote:please amend OP subject accordingly.
I'll do a bit more than that: I'll update the entry soon with the radical featureset improvement over the last time I looked this over. Wow. Meantime, I've merged the threads and modified the first post.

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Re: TeamTalk 5.2.3

#8 Post by smaragdus » Sat Jun 03, 2017 3:21 pm

TeamTalk at version 5.2.3, changes:
Version 5.2.3, released 2017/06/01
Default Qt client:
- Fixed crash issue when receiving multiple voice streams
Accessible Windows client:
- Fixed crash issue when receiving multiple voice streams
- Two new sound events for transmit start/suspended

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Re: TeamTalk - collaboration and conferencing suite

#9 Post by CornHolio the Gringo » Tue Jun 06, 2017 11:25 am

TeamTalk still not able to encrypt dataflow?
If so, use Mumble instead.

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Re: TeamTalk - collaboration and conferencing suite

#10 Post by webfork » Fri Jun 09, 2017 2:20 pm

CornHolio the Gringo wrote:TeamTalk still not able to encrypt dataflow? If so, use Mumble instead.
I wasn't able to determine what if any security items are in use by TeamTalk. I can confirm that Mumble has made some efforts towards secure connections, including what looks like a solid public key option. The code is open so presumably someone could find security failures whereas TeamTalk is proprietary so it would be more difficult to audit.

I should also note that, of the two programs, TeamTalk has video chat. However, the ratio of times I needed video over high quality audio is about 1:100; virtually all my connections that were with anything but young family members have been voice-only.

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Re: TeamTalk - collaboration and conferencing suite

#11 Post by CornHolio the Gringo » Sat Jun 10, 2017 10:51 am

Just wanted to point out that TeamTalk does not encrypt dataflow.
So if privacy is important, and You only need voice, go for Mumble.
Mumble encrypts everything, and theres no option to switch encryption off.
A portable version of Mumble can be found at portableapps.com.

Running a Murmur-server:
If You want to runn Your own server, You whould need Murmur.exe and place it in the root-folder.
You also need to make a file called murmur.ini in root-folder.
At first start, Murmur sets its default settings in murmur.ini, then You can
configure it at own will. Murmur.ini then has descriptions of what each settings do.

To bypass the Murmur servers, theres a hidden option:
"for Mumble_1.2.15 and above:

Add hidden option to disable pubserver list (FR #1120)

Added ui/disablepubliclist which if set to true removes the
public server list in the connect dialog. This option isn't
available in the UI and is meant for customizing setups in
specific deployments.

[ui]
disablePublicList=true"

At https://wiki.mumble.info/wiki/Main_Page You get all the help You need.

Please enjoy this great piece of software.

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Re: TeamTalk - collaboration and conferencing suite

#12 Post by webfork » Sat Jun 10, 2017 2:43 pm

Add hidden option to disable pubserver list (FR #1120)

Added ui/disablepubliclist which if set to true removes the
public server list in the connect dialog. This option isn't
available in the UI and is meant for customizing setups in
specific deployments.
Where did you find this info? It's not on your link. I ask because the server element is the thing that's kept me from testing this further.

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Re: TeamTalk - collaboration and conferencing suite

#13 Post by CornHolio the Gringo » Fri Jun 16, 2017 5:25 pm

Found it when Mumble_1.2.15 was released.
Its supposed to be integrated in future versions when one opens up the "connect to server" dialog.
If You implement the
[ui]
disablePublicList=true
in the mumble.ini file, then it will ignore looking up pub servers.

Try it, it works on My 1.2.15 version

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