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hpr1181 :: Mumble Audio Issues

Some advice on avoiding audio issues in Mumble

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Hosted by Delwin on 2013-02-11 is flagged as Explicit and is released under a CC-BY-SA license.
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I had a couple of requests for more specific information regarding audio quality in mumble, so here I go through a few of the more common audio issues I've run into with a few tips about what you can try to do about them. These issues are: overdriven audio, quiet audio, distorted audio and choppy audio.

Eve bot (http://frymaster.127001.org/mumble) is also mentioned as an alternative to using the loopback settings within mumble for troubleshooting.

Thanks to Peter64 for his help with generating the choppy audio segment.


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