TeamTalk v5.5.0.4985 BETA available

BearWare.dk logo

Many thanks for the feedback from the first TeamTalk v5.5 beta. An updated beta is now available for download.

Since the previous beta many changes have been made to the audio recording feature, so if you often use this feature then please give feedback if you experience any problems.

In this beta a new platform is also supported, namely Ubuntu 18 x86_64.

Alright, here’s the changes going into this beta release:

  • Default Qt client
    • VBR/CBR selection for OPUS codec
    • Frame size selection for OPUS codec
    • Max transmission interval increased to 500 msec
    • Audio preprocessor for media file streaming
    • Control media file offset before streaming to channel
    • Pause media file while streaming to channel
    • Test media file playback before streaming to channel
    • Restored compatibility with Windows 7 (api-ms-win-core-winrt-l1-1-0.dll error)
    • Fixed bug where audio recording to single file contained audio from media files
  • Accessible Windows client
    • VBR/CBR selection for OPUS codec
    • Frame size selection for OPUS codec
    • Max transmission interval increased to 500 msec
    • Audio preprocessor for media file streaming
    • Control media file offset before streaming to channel
    • Test media file playback before streaming to channel
    • Fixed bug where audio recording to single file contained audio from media files
  • iOS client
    • Support for Dark Theme

Download

TeamTalk v5.5.0.4985 for Windows

TeamTalk Classic v5.5.0.4985 Portable

TeamTalk v5.5.0.4985 for macOS

TeamTalk v5.5.0.4985 for Debian 9 x86_64

TeamTalk v5.5.0.4985 for Ubuntu 18 x86_64

TeamTalk for iOS and Android are ready for beta testing in App Store and Google Play

3 Comments

  1. Hi!

    I downloaded this latest version and it works well on Windows 10 with JAWS.

    But can I use it on Debian with Orca in Mate Desktop environment? I downloaded the TT5, installed the requirements but not work, Orca not reads it…

      • I solved the problem, I installed qt-at-spi. Before that, the controls hadn’t read…

        Please let me another question. Can I stream audio stream or audio from my Linux computer’s sound card? I don’t have desktop environment installed, but I’d like to play audio from my VPS. If it is not available have you got plan to make a CMD client?

Leave a Reply