I think very high bitrates and such extremely low latency don't really make sense for VOIP applications. What are you trying to do?
So the low latency of 2.5 with high bitrate like 128, makes sense for us.
Quote from: zerowalker on 06 January, 2013, 03:35:29 PMSo the low latency of 2.5 with high bitrate like 128, makes sense for us.Yeah, but you combined latency from encoding, TCP/IP stack, network, decoding, audio output is probably 100+ ms at absolute best, and perhaps much higher if you're not geographically close to one another.You're trying to drop it from what, 10ms? That savings is insignificant compared to the total latency.
Netjack2 might be better suited for your case than Mumble. The latest version supports Opus.http://jackaudio.org/