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23 Sep 2002 14:40:01 +0200
Implementing a conference is not something easy. Of course I think it is
simpler in SIP than in H323, because SIP is simpler than H323. However
there is not only signaling, but media processing: RTP, codecs, mixing
of streams... All those things are not trivial. I'm thinking about that
because it is planned to make a conferencing server inside linphone, but
for next year. Today we are working on video support.
oSIP is a general purpose SIP library. Not an application. It makes no
sense to talk about conferening in oSIP. You can make conferencing with
oSIP, within an application.
Le jeu 19/09/2002 à 11:18, Stephane List a écrit :
> Hi, I would like to know how hard it is to implement a SIP conference ?
> I've tested OpenH323 but C++, pwlib,... it's not for me, that's why I'm
> testing SIP.
> oSIP looks very good for me , but my boss
> prefer to BUY a SIP stack if there's no conference in oSIP !
> So I want to do Open Source in my company, please tell me it's easy to
> program a conference software, and how !
> Stephane List
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