Changes between Version 2 and Version 3 of sound-problems


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Dec 5, 2006 2:59:20 PM (14 years ago)
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bennylp
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    55== Understanding Media Flow == 
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    7 To better understand how audio media flows between media components in a call, lets use the following diagram: 
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    9 http://www.pjsip.org/images/media-flow.jpg 
     7Please see [wiki:media-flow Understanding Media Flow] for detailed explanation. 
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    1513There are tooo many audio quality problems than those mentioned below, but anyway lets try to enumerate them and present with some kind of troubleshooting guide: 
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    17 === No audio is heard on local speaker during the call === 
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    21 === No Audio is Heard by Remote Party === 
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    23 === Loud Static Noise === 
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    25 === Brief Drop-Outs in Audio === 
     15 1. [wiki:audio-problem-local-no-audio No audio is heard on local speaker during the call] 
     16 1. [wiki:audio-problem-remote-no-audio No Audio is Heard by Remote Party] 
     17 1. [wiki:audio-problem-static-noise Loud Static Noise] 
     18 1. [wiki:audio-problem-dropouts Brief Drop-Outs in Audio] 
     19 1. [wiki:audio-problem-sending-tone I'm sending tone in .WAV file from pjsua but got "stutters" on the remote side] 
     20 1. [wiki:audio-problem-remote-jitter High jitter value observed by remote party] 
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    2722One mailing list member reported this problem in this thread: 
     
    3631> Seems one shouldn't use pjsip compiled in debug mode. (-g.) Going  back to optimized cleared things up. 
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    38 === I'm sending tone in .WAV file from pjsua but got "stutters" on the remote side === 
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    4034One mailing list member tried to stream a .WAV file containing tone to X-Lite and SJPhone and observed audio "stutters" in the receiving side. But this didn't happen when the receiving side is another pjsua.