TeamTalk v5.3.2 released

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TeamTalk v5.3.2 for Windows, Linux, Raspberry Pi and macOS has now completed beta testing. Many thanks to the people who provided feedback!

The main new feature in this release is the ability to block users from transmitting to a channel. Before controlled transmissions could only be performed from a class-room channel but now it’s also possible in default channels. E.g. press Ctrl+Alt+Q to block a user’s voice stream to a channel. Press Ctrl+Alt+Q to reactivate the user. Video stream is Ctrl+Alt+W, Desktop is Ctrl+Alt+E and finally media stream is Ctrl+Alt+R. See more shortcuts in Users -> Advanced.

Here’s a complete list of the new features:

Default Qt client

  • Users now arranged before channels in tree view
  • Option to enable/disable user’s voice/video/desktop/media-file stream
  • Try to connect to all resolved hosts (e.g. localhost both on 127.0.0.1 and ::1)
  • Fixed webcam not working on macOS

Accessible Windows client

  • Users now arranged before channels in tree view
  • Option to enable/disable user’s voice/video/desktop/media-file stream
  • Try to connect to all resolved hosts (i.e. localhost both on 127.0.0.1 and ::1)
  • Sort channels ascending or popularity
  • File owner column in files tab

iOS client

  • Sort channels ascending or popularity
  • Fixed Tmobile clients not able to connect to servers when using data

Server

  • Added user-right to record in channel where it’s not allowed
  • Bind to multiple IP-addresses

Go to the TeamTalk 5 Download page to get the latest version.

6 Comments

  1. Hi Bjoern!

    This version is wery good as all TT versions!
    I’m wery happy to use TeamTalk!

    Wery wery good work, keep it up!

  2. Hello! Finally I can run Team Talk in Ubuntu but the screen reader does not read anything. How can I make it read the interface?

  3. Hello Björn,
    I really like the new version of teamtalk. Though, I have a question. In TT 5 classic, is it possible to control the volume of a broadcasted mp3 file with some keystrokes? I know that it can be configured in settings, but is it possible to raise or lower the volume with keystrokes?

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