Re: [GnomeMeeting-list] The Jitter buffer

    Happened to read this.
On Thu, 2003-06-05 at 16:47, Christopher Warner wrote:
> <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".
             How is that? Assume that I am having a bad network delay
and I have some fixed jitter buffer.For bad network delay, it may take
more time to fill the buffer and less time to fill it for the other
case. Then how comes the matter of jitter buffer size.Irrespective of
the size of jitter buffer, delay will be there in a highly congested 
murugesan <murugesan visolve com>

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