Thanks for the info but I already had put that in my setup. This only
happened after I did some updates using yum extender with Fedora core 5,
and it only affects Ekiga. I remember some one on the list describing a
problems where the audio sounded like it had a "helicopter" sound to it.
That describes what I'm hearing fairly well. Ekiga had been running
beautifully until I installed the Fedora updates, which by the way did
not include Ekiga. So it is something outside of Ekiga but in the Fedora
updates. Any clues?
On Sun, 2006-10-08 at 13:23 +0200, Damien Sandras wrote:
> Check this:
> Le vendredi 06 octobre 2006 Ã 13:44 -0700, George a Ãcrit :
> > Hi to all,
> > I have a weird problem that has cropped up with ekiga 2.02 and Fedora
> > Core 5.
> > Up until about a week ago, the audio was always excellent and the jitter
> > buffer always showed 0. Now for some reason the audio is extremely
> > choppy and no matter how high I set the jitter buffer, it will max out.
> > It doesn't have the problem as bad if I use audio only, but it's still
> > almost unusable.
> > I haven't downloaded any new programs that should affect Ekiga, but
> > after one of my updates to Fedora, one program (gooogle earth) cant find
> > GLX. So my reasoning is that something in one of the Fedora updates has
> > corrupted something, but I don't know what it would be.
> > This is only happening in Ekiga. Voipbuster, Skype, etc. don't exhibit
> > this problem.
> > Any help would be greatly appreciated,
> > George
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