[Free-RTC Discuss] selecting best C/C++ jitter buffer?

Julien Chavanton jchavanton at gmail.com
Thu Apr 11 08:33:41 BST 2019

There is an interesting adaptive jitter buffer in oRTP that was improved a
few years ago,
it is the coded domain, dealing with RTP packets, so it will have to drop
packets if it needs to accelerate.

The one in WebRTC "NetEQ" will to fast accelerate in the decoded domain.

Both of them are kind of tightly coupled to the application / library


On Wed, Apr 10, 2019 at 12:35 PM Daniel Pocock <daniel at pocock.pro> wrote:

> Hi everybody,
> We've been using sipXtapi as part of reSIProcate's librecon (User agent
> library).  Unfortunately, the jitter buffer in the free version of
> sipXtapi is not ideal when there are occasional periods of high latency.
>  When latency comes back to normal, the audio is being replayed with a
> fast-forwarding sound effect.
> I'd like to provide an alternative option in the packages that I'm
> building.  Many other products include jitter buffers that we could borrow.
> Could anybody make any suggestion about which implementation to use?
> It needs to be C or C++
> Regards,
> Daniel
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