¨Full implementation of G.729 codec.
I think many users of Operator will have no problem with pay for some "add-on" or something like this. Is the reason why G.729 is not fully supported due to payed licence, please?
This is available in latest Kerio Operator beta.
Marco Racca commented
Since first January 2017 the G729 codec is free. Now there are no excuse to implement it
Matt Myers commented
Up until now I would have said this is a great idea. With Opus available on new phone models do we need this moving forward? Please add provisioning support for Yealink SIP-T46S and the entire Yealink SIP-xxS line of phones which support Opus just released early 2017.
AdminHeather P (VP, Products, GFI) commented
We have been thinking about this. What about other codecs such as Opus and VP8?
Kevin Carlson commented
Come on Guys this is getting to be too long of a wait to allow such a feature!
Steve Dalforno commented
Licenses for g729 run $10/channel through Digium. The option to install them should be built in. It's the best low bandwidth codec.
Gary McDonald commented
I'm happy to pay an extra license fee for G.729 but at least include it as an option please.
We install systems on low bandwidth networks and G729 is the only codec that works well.