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Vent or Mumble?

Created 28th March 2012 @ 15:20

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mthsad

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757 days ago

My team currently uses Ventrilo for communication because we have a server already set up thanks to a kind person in our community, but our sister team uses Mumble. I know Mumble sounds better and has a nicer overlay, but what are some reasons to use Mumble over Vent, and vice-versa?

Thanks!

chipstalaizah

KiH
mm.

757 days ago

In mumble, you get the answer before completing the question.

Сергей

757 days ago

Quoted from mthsad

My team currently uses Ventrilo for communication because we have a server already set up thanks to a kind person in our community, but our sister team uses Mumble. I know Mumble sounds better and has a nicer overlay, but what are some reasons to use Mumble over Vent, and vice-versa?

Thanks!

You answered your own question “I know Mumble sounds better and has a nicer overlay”.

Grimm

Chimera

757 days ago

latency is lower and the codec is better

the codec is much better… and i think the servers are cheaper or even they are free…(fakkelbrigade mumble)


Last edited by LaMqTa, 757 days ago

zzott

Moder
DUDE

757 days ago

mumble anytime. Better sound, latency and that fancy overlay nobody uses

severus

burn

757 days ago

There is really no reason not to use mumble. Best in every possible way.

Beater

DANMARK

757 days ago

On a related note; why use mumble over skype?

Kvux

cmrd
DANMARK

757 days ago

Quoted from Beater

On a related note; why use mumble over skype?

Skype’s for them hipsters brah

konr

atc^

757 days ago

Quoted from Grimm

latency is lower and the codec is better

gooby pls

Netsky

(Honorary Admin)
MTF!
MTF

757 days ago

if you have to choose between vent and mumble – definately mumble.

Other than that I still prefer teamspeak3. Note to all haters: Personal perference :D

h1

:3
BM

757 days ago

mumble has a better codec/sourcecode and lower latency compared to the likes of vent/TS3 which are both shite imo,

Quoted from severus

There is really no reason not to use mumble. Best in every possible way.

trams

757 days ago

Latency, latency, latency.

dave

(Site Admin)
<3
TSGHUH

757 days ago

besides the better quality/lower latency stuff:
it’s open source.
and it doesn’t feel like kindergarten as the others do.


Last edited by dave, 757 days ago

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