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I did a VoIP filter with G.729 codec. However, after I decoded the stream and played them, I could not hear anything. There were many Ds (Drop by Jitter Buffer) in these stream, which you can see in the image. Does many red Ds make the voice quality lower? Can I do furthermore on these data?alt text

Any help is highly appreciate. Thank you so much.

asked 26 Dec '12, 18:51

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Wireshark RTP stream decode is limited to G.711 (A-law or u-law) only. That means that additional features, like silence suppression and other codecs, aren't supported out-of-the-box. I don't have an G.729 stream at hand to check, but you might want to try ticking the box "Use RTP timestamp" to see what that brings.

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answered 27 Dec '12, 01:01

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