Re: [GnomeMeeting-list] The Jitter buffer

<damien> The Jitter buffer "is simply the buffer where received sound
packets are accumulated. When the buffer is full, then the sound is
played". If your network is of bad quality, then you need a big jitter
buffer, ie a big delay before sound is played back, because you need
more time before being able to play audio back".

On Thu, 2003-06-05 at 07:02, Christopher Warner wrote:
> Damien, is it possible that you can explain in short summary the
> functionality of the "Jitter buffer" for us newbies. Essentially from
> what I understand it basically queues up packets for a certain amount of
> milliseconds. However i'm a little confused as to how it exactly works.

Christopher Warner
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