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=== Speex over RTP ===
 
=== Speex over RTP ===
  
While [[Ogg]] is the native file format for speex data, an RTP encapsulation is a natural fit with the codec's low latency [http://www.rushessay.com essay] design.
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While [[Ogg]] is the native file format for speex data, an RTP encapsulation is a natural fit with the codec's low latency design.
  
 
Fortunately, unlike [[Vorbis]] and [[Theora]], [[Speex]] has no required setup headers, so the application is easy. A [http://speex.org/drafts/draft-herlein-speex-rtp-profile-02.txt draft exists]. It just needs to be reviewed and then taken through the formal ratification process with the IETF.
 
Fortunately, unlike [[Vorbis]] and [[Theora]], [[Speex]] has no required setup headers, so the application is easy. A [http://speex.org/drafts/draft-herlein-speex-rtp-profile-02.txt draft exists]. It just needs to be reviewed and then taken through the formal ratification process with the IETF.
  
 
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Latest revision as of 12:04, 5 December 2012

Speex over RTP

While Ogg is the native file format for speex data, an RTP encapsulation is a natural fit with the codec's low latency design.

Fortunately, unlike Vorbis and Theora, Speex has no required setup headers, so the application is easy. A draft exists. It just needs to be reviewed and then taken through the formal ratification process with the IETF.