TAPI STREAMING SUPPORT





TAPI STREAMING SUPPORT

Windows Server 2003 improves the streaming quality for IP-based audio conferencing. This includes support for additional new codecs to improve quality and interoperability, DirectSound to reduce latency and improved mixing, Acoustic Echo Cancellation (AEC), Acoustic Gain Control (AGC) and ambient noise, and jitter buffer control and silence suppression algorithms to reduce latency and improve quality. The audio streaming adjustments are available via Start Control Panel Printers and Other Hardware Phone and Modem Options Advanced. From this point, you can add, remove, and configure the service.

Windows Server 2003 improves the streaming and management aspects of Telephony Application Programming Interface (TAPI) version 3 multicast and H.323 service providers. Support for dynamic stream topology and format changing is now provided, as are controls to enable applications to restrict bandwidth and central processor unit (CPU) usage. The wizard for audio/video device configuration and diagnostic tool is available from Start Control Panel Printers and Other Hardware Phone and Modem Options Advanced. From this point, you can add, remove, and configure the service.

The OS's video streaming enhancements include improved quality for IP-based video conferencing. It includes new codecs to improve quality and interoperability. Support is also given for some new cameras and support for DirectDraw to improve video performance. Video and voice synchronization permits greater support for lip-synchronization. This feature is available from Start Control Panel Printers and Other Hardware Phone and Modem Options Advanced. From this point, you can add, remove, and configure the service.


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