TeamTalk v5.1 released

TeamTalk 5.1 is now ready for download and comes with many new features and a couple of bug fixes.

When streaming media files to channels in TeamTalk 5.0 there would sometimes be an annoying clicking sound. This issue has now been resolved.

Volume and microphone gain levels have been improved in the latest release so the minimum and maximum values are now more logical. 50 % volume level means no gain is applied and same goes for microphone level. Also echo cancellation and denoising now works with stereo audio codecs.

Users of the accessible TeamTalk client will also find a new keyboard shortcut (Ctrl+G) useful for listing what item is selected in the channels list. Now it’s possible get additional information about the selected user or channel. E.g. if a channel is password protected and if a user is currently talking.

The TeamTalk server is now also available for CentOS 5/6 and 7.

For a complete list of changes check out the ChangeLog.


  1. Really need an iOS client. No problem paying for one. Many of us have moved on to TeamSpeak for this reason. TeamSpeak has many problems with audio that TeamTalk does not, but at least it’s available on iOS.

  2. Is there a server for centos 6 x64? I get some warnings running the centos 5 i386 binary, and the xml is not processed correctly. When I connect with the client some channels are missing, and the channel structure is wrong. I can’t upgrade my server to centos 7 x64.

  3. Hi,

    since I upgraded to Windows 10, none of the TeamTalk versions can see audio devices.
    No matter the method or radio button, the input and output combo boxes stay blank.
    Even the refresh utton doesn’t do a thing.
    I tried uninstalling and reinstalling TT 4 and 5.1, but got the same result with both versions.
    Other audio software like Skype can see the devices.
    Anything I can try other than downgrading to Windows 8.1?
    I am using the accessible client.

    • Hi

      Other users have mentioned that TeamTalk 5.1 runs fine on Windows 10, so I’m not sure what can be the problem on your PC. I’m upgrading to Windows 10 next week then I can also test myself.

      — Bjoern

  4. im translating tt5 to arabic but the problem is that UI must be symetrique to the actual to let the number of users take the right place in UI.
    is there any solution for that ?
    and thanks for this great project .

  5. Is there any file I can look at to input the connected sound devices manually?
    I really wouldn’t want to roll back to Win 8.1, just because TeamTalk does not find the audio devices. The combo boxes just stayblank, and I cannot select anything.
    Uninstalling and reinstalling TT 4 and 5 did not change anything. That’s totally odd, since all other software finds the audio devices just fine.

  6. Hi Bjorn,

    compatibility mode for Win 8 did not do anything, neither did installing the beta version. The audio input and output fields are just blank, nothing there.

  7. Hi,

    another thing I notice when trying out TeamTalk on Windows 10, it seems as though the client does not switch audio modes, meaning the radio buttons for Windows Audio, Direct Sound and Audio Session do not seem to take effect when switched. Whenever I reopen the dialogue, it defaults to Windows Audio Session, regardless of which button I chose before..
    Still Win 10 32 bit on a Netbook, classic client both for TT 4 and 5.1.

  8. Hi Bjorn,

    you were indeed correct. I downloaded Audacity, and it produced the following error:
    Internal PortAudio error

    I did not install it, I used the zip version of the latest official build.
    Now I don’t know where to start, since all devices seem to work correctly, and I can also use Skype and TeamTalk.

  9. Hi Bjorn,

    I am using a different version of the Realtek audio driver now, and everything is working as expected.
    It’s curious that the original driver I was using didn’t work though.

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