Re: How to play the RTP packets as soon as it comes to the UDP buffer.
Daniel Petrie <dpetrie <at> sipez.com>
2009-12-25 22:23:59 GMT
Please provide some more context. I am not sure you are headed down the best path for what you are trying to do.
Please explain at a high level what you are trying to accomplish and the requirements of your application
related to the RTP handling.
Also have a look at
In particular look at the Flowgraph concept. The media subsystem provides a means to handle RTP streams and
send them to standard or customized devices (e.g. mic and speakers). There are means to record audio to a
buffer or file.
--- On Fri, 12/18/09, Anup <anup <at> rhubcom.com> wrote:
> From: Anup <anup <at> rhubcom.com>
> Subject: [sipxtapi-dev] How to play the RTP packets as soon as it comes to the UDP buffer.
> To: sipxtapi-dev <at> list.sipfoundry.org
> Date: Friday, December 18, 2009, 6:46 AM
> Consider the following
> scenario: As soon as a rtp
> packet arrives, i want to decode and play the Rtp packets
> Assume the voice data is encoded using Speex(narrow band).
> Can anyone help me with what code i must include to the get
> the decoding done.
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