Any sip softphone can support G723/G729 for linux

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  1. cyanchan

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    Any sip softphone can support G723/G729 for linux ?
     
  2. JULIOZAPATA

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    i didn't found something like this =( and i needed too
     
  3. tstav

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    No g723/g729 support for free softphones, since those codecs are proprietary and need licencing.
     
  4. JULIOZAPATA

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    is a shame cos' for windows eyebeam works perfectly smooth
     
  5. tstav

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    If you want to add g723/g729 support to Asterisk, with an open source alternative, you may do it from here http://asterisk.hosting.lv/
    EyeBeam is a commercial product from CounterPath that most probably supports these codecs.
     
  6. fmvillares

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    zoiper for linux works perfect with g729 but as all the phones that support royalty based codecs theyre not free and costs about U$S39,99 per license

    by the way eyebeam is not free and does not support g729...
    only bria pro and eyebeam pro that costs about 40 bucks support g729....
     
  7. dicko

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    And FWIW the stuff from asterisk.hosting.lv/ is definitely not "open source" (there is no source posted there or anywhere else, to support that contention there is no license to use it posted there either, they are unlicensed pirates) it's just plain stolen, use it at your peril :)
     
  8. fmvillares

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    Re: Re:Any sip softphone can support G723/G729 for linux

    to TSTAV....men thats not an open nothing alternative...their own disclaimer says so...they re using intellectual property from intel...(the philosophical implications if they re thieves etc and im robin hood are not for be traeted here) so if you modify royalty based code ...for transitivity its royalty based also...idem as gpl...if you modify gpl code...it must be published as gpl or keep private...

    so be aware of the implications in you country of using pirated code...
     

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