I have tried many peer-to-peer audio systems. I found Jami last night and had it working inside a 10-minutes. Thank you (Windows 10 both ends).
This might sound weird to you but I use my audio differently to most. I would like to switch off all echo / noice cancellation because I connect myself remotely to my ham radio station. My ears and fancy remote radio does the hard work in finding a signal - sometimes close to the noise-floor and picking it out.
Unfortunately, Jami does an excellent job of listening to the sounds - and considers what I want to hear sometimes as redundant noise and does a great job of trying to reduce it all!
But of course, I want the crud and everything LOL
QUESTION: Is there a command line option or a switch (that I can’t find right now) to completely switch off these “destructive” functions?
That’s the end of my observations. If readers are interested, I will continue just to explain how I use this… I run Chrome Remote desktop from Windows 10 - to another remote Windows 10 PC. I fire up all my radio equipment with some cloud relays that puts the mains on and finally, I connect my audio (with Jami, I basically just place a call with my other account as a phone call). Discord works very too (with 2 x accounts) since you can switch off all the fancy echo / noise functionality however there is more latency that I would prefer since it’s not peer-to-peer. On 4G as a hotspot, I have around 500ms delay on my voice transmissions but I can cope quite easily with that. When I finish speaking, I say “OVER” and press a button on my keyboard which stops my radio transmitting and puts me back into receive. It takes the operator on the other end (somewhere in the world) half a second or so to pick up their microphone and talk back - so latency isn’t an issue.
The real issue is when I might be speaking to someone and we suffer fading (quite normal on long distance communications) and their speech gradually reduces and of course Jami considers this as noise…
Often, I livestream my radio experiences on YouTube which is good fun. There is a large following of like-minded ham radio operators who also remotely control their ham radio station…
BTW, I normally use SonoBus but on 4G with Vodafone, it doesn’t work due to the implimentation of port forwarding etc…
Anyway, that is the application!
Have a great day and good work Jami Team for creating such a great iece of s/w.