[h323plus] MyPhone 0.4 Released

Simon Horne s.horne at packetizer.com
Fri Feb 8 06:23:14 EST 2008


This is strange. The bitrate is sent to the plugin codec. What codec are you using? what version of h323plus and how old is your video plugin? I updated the H.263 plugin about a month or so ago, prior to that it just ignored these settings so that might be the problem.

>From the tracefile make sure the video frames are being grabbed at the right fps (for 10 fps every 100ms) 

Simon
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  From: h323plus-bounces at lists.packetizer.com [mailto:h323plus-bounces at lists.packetizer.com]On Behalf Of JF NP
  Sent: Friday, February 08, 2008 8:57 PM
  To: H323plus
  Subject: Re: [h323plus] MyPhone 0.4 Released


  Hi, Simon:

  I've downloaded the latest CVS code with the support for bitrate, fps and Adaptive packet delay. But it seems that MyPhone2 is not using the settings. Let me explain this:
  1. I've configured the following vlues for video: fps = 10, Maxbitrate =50 kbit/s. and quality = 15. Size = QCIF. 
  2. If I capture the video packets with Wireskark, I can see that the bitrate is about 300kbit/s. 

  Where is the problem? Am I missing any additional setup?

  Best regards,


  ----- Mensaje original ----
  De: Simon Horne <s.horne at packetizer.com>
  Para: JF NP <jfnp090274 at yahoo.es>; H323plus <h323plus at lists.packetizer.com>
  Enviado: viernes, 8 de febrero, 2008 3:53:05
  Asunto: RE: [h323plus] MyPhone 0.4 Released

   
  looks like you are right. 
  I have added support for bitrate, fps and also adaptive packet delay to the CVS.

  Simon
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    From: h323plus-bounces at lists.packetizer.com [mailto:h323plus-bounces at lists.packetizer.com]On Behalf Of JF NP
    Sent: Thursday, February 07, 2008 8:44 PM
    To: H323plus
    Subject: Re: [h323plus] MyPhone 0.4 Released


    Hi,

    I'v been looking at MyPhone2 0.4 source code, and I was wondering how is the videobitrate, fps, etc... managed, because I've seen that all of this parameters are read from the configuration, but they are never used. 

    Best regards,


    ----- Mensaje original ----
    De: Simon Horne <s.horne at packetizer.com>
    Para: H323plus <h323plus at lists.packetizer.com>
    Enviado: viernes, 1 de febrero, 2008 21:57:15
    Asunto: [h323plus] MyPhone 0.4 Released


    Guys

    I have uploaded MyPhone 0.4 installer to the h323plus website to garnish
    some feedback on the upcoming 1.20 release on h323plus.
    Download here
    http://www.h323plus.org/source/download/MyPhoneSetup04.exe (2.12Mb)

    Important Features
    Native NAT traversal with GnuGk : This uses the new GnuGk NAT module now in
    H323plus. You can send and receive calls behind a NAT when registered to
    GnuGk on the public internet. The only requirement is that you enable
    SupportNatedEndpoints in GnuGk. Note this is the GnuGk NAT Method
    http://www.gnugk.org/nat-traversal.html. It is not the standard H.460.18/19.

    Built off the latest h323plus CVS. (hopefully the baseline for v1.20)

    Notes:
    To run in debug mode start myphone with commandline switches -ttttt (number
    of t indicate tracelevel)
    After Install adjust the audio and video codecs to your preferred order.
    G.711 & H.261 are the default.

    The installer contains the full myphone2 source code. The exe was built with
    vs2003. If you wish to build it with a later version of visual studio,
    although not tested, you will need the $ version as the express version does
    not seem to support MFC.

    Hopefully next week if there are not too many problems we will do the
    snapshot and release v1.20.

    Simon







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