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Hi Marc, *,

On Sat, Jun 25, 2011 at 4:25 PM, Marc Paré <> wrote:
Le 2011-06-25 06:49, Christian Lohmaier a écrit :
On Sat, Jun 25, 2011 at 12:31 AM, Marc Paré<>  wrote:
BTW ... while we are at this type of topic, in trying out OpenMeetings Craig
O. and I found that the microphone setting is set so that you practically
have to place the microphone next to your lips for any adequate use. I
couldn't find a setting where the sensitivity of the microphone could be
adjusted. It may be that OpenMeetings way of dealing with this is to have
the user work at the computer-hardware level rather than through its own

Well, cannot say anything myself here, as I didn't try openmeetings myself yet.

On the other hand, Mumble's setting for the microphone is quite fine. It
works so well, that I can set my microphone on top of my monitor and it is
still loud enough for people to hear. We have had some issues with echo, but
I think this has more to do with "fine tuning" the Mumble client and with
speakers that anything else.

Echo cancellation in mumble only works when you don't output your
microphone directly to your speakers, i.e. mute your microphone
channel for output. It's fine if you let mumble output your own input
to your speakers, i.e. if mumble sends it to the speakers, then echo
cancellation works surprisingly well (in an otherwise quiet

On my setup, I have had to mute my microphone
so that this does not cause echo on other people's client.

Or you just have your trigger set too sensitive. If "your" lips are
red while others are talking, your settings are too sensitive.


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