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Mumble 1.2.2

April 12th, 2010 by Crusader

Version 1.2.2 of Mumble, an open source, low-latency, high-quality voice communication tool for gamers, has been released to add local caching of textures and comments, improved overlay quality, avatar support, and the ability to query for user information.

Download: [ sourceforge.net ]

4 Responses to “Mumble 1.2.2”

  1. nod51 Says:

    2 of my friends and I use 1.1.x (apt-getable in 9.04 and 9.10) for NWN and I run the server on a sheevaplug, works great (top uses more CPU with 3 users). For basic setup I only had to change port and password, but it has a lot more options for larger setups. I am not sure if 1.2.x is as simple but soon as 10.04 comes out I will be upgrading.

  2. M1AU Says:

    Basically all of my friends use Mumble nowadays. For us it replaced TS or Vent for quite some time now, which makes about 10-20 users on two servers who use Mumble instead.
    Mumble is a nice peace of work and even if it may still lack a few features compared to the others, it already replaced them completely.

  3. TrashyMG Says:

    I got my WoW Guild on Mumble a while ago.. Has a much better user management system than Teamspeak and you don’t have to rent or hack a Ventrillo server if you want more than 8 users on the server.

  4. SlickMcRunfast Says:

    The Linux gaming group I belong to only uses Mumble. I just wish positional audio was easy to get working if it does work at all.

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