Mumble for Windows 1.2.19 for Windows

by Mumble team

Avg. Rating 4.7 (87 votes)

File Details

File Size 15.5 MB
License Open Source
Operating System Windows (All)
Date Added
Total Downloads 5,753
Publisher Mumble team
Homepage Mumble
Other Versions

Publisher's Description

Mumble is one of the best voice chat clients for low-latency audio. Great for casual speak and gaming alike. Now based on the next gen Opus audio codec. Plug-in support for positional audio in games is supported, and it comes with plug-ins for several popular online games. This feature lets you hear a fellow player from their in-game direction. Include a server listing to find a server close to you location.

Latest Reviews

CobraPL

CobraPL reviewed v1.2.1 on Jan 8, 2010

Sound quality is far better than in TS2 and TS3. GUI is slightly worse than in TS3, but it is acceptable.

M^3

M^3 reviewed v1.0.0 on Oct 22, 2007

Version 1.10 is out with much better overlay support and encrypted communications.
http://sourceforge.net/f...rum.php?forum_id=746599

Tarun.

Tarun. reviewed v0.9.5 on Jun 30, 2007

Same issue as Mystiqq on my old beta machine. Hard to recommend a program that isn't flexible and easy for everyone to use. Maybe once they fix these critical issues, I'll raise the rating. Nice effort though.

PhrostByte

PhrostByte reviewed v0.9.5 on Jun 30, 2007

Hey Mystiqq, sorry if this sounds obvious... but, how about changing the CPU? I know that this move is, in most cases, generally considered to be "giving up", but since the processors are so cheap the replacement can basically be considered a costcosts.

Mystiqq

Mystiqq reviewed v0.9.4 on Nov 7, 2006

Im slightly disappointed.

Ive got rather "old", as in ancient, computer that i use for all sorts of "server like" needs. Its old AMD 900 on ASUS A7V-E board and it does not have SSE supported by the CPU. The binaries are compiled with SSE optimized so i cant use it on such an old pc.

*sigh*

Zygi

Zygi reviewed v0.9.3 Beta on Sep 25, 2006

Low latency, overlay in games, very good sound quality - 0.93 is even better because its based on new speex codec, that have lower memory needs and better sound quality. The only problem for me is compilation of server under linux, it should not need any xwindows libs and should use configure instead of qmake (maybe part of Qt library). Also i can't setup more complicated shortcuts in Mumble, dialog for shortcuts making should be changed. Rights management is also confusing and hard to get into. Still program got five because its overall very good.

Don Juan

Don Juan reviewed v0.9.2 Beta on Aug 22, 2006

Actually you can choose which button you want to use for push to talk, it's just in another area, Config -> Shortcuts.

Great piece of software. Has many features that other similar programs don't, like DX9 channel status overlay, and has superior sound quality.

Lt_Master

Lt_Master reviewed v0.9.2 Beta on Dec 21, 2005

Still boring program.
More GUI.

Puch to Talk....... Cant even chose witch button to have. :///

sn0wflake

sn0wflake reviewed v0.9.0 Beta on Sep 28, 2005

Program instantly crashed when stating. No GUI or anything, just the usual Windows XP debug window. It wasn't listed in "Add or Remove Program" either. Would like a light GPL alternative to Skype though.

theVoice

theVoice reviewed v0.9.0 Beta on Sep 28, 2005

I tested this program on the recommendation of a friend. I am what I would describe as a "casual gamer", and have tried a few programs of this sort, including Ventrilio, TeamSpeak... and I must say this:

This is by far the best one I've tried. There are three reasons for this:
- I downloaded it, started it, connected to a server... and it worked perfectly. No settings whatsoever to fiddle with in order to make it work.
- The latency was unbelievably low; whereas both Ventrilio and TeamSpeak have a tendency to be half a second to a second late, this one felt more like a phone call than anything else... real-time communication would be perfect for FPS comms and the like.
- The general impression. Neat, tidy interface, everything worked quickly and efficiently... it was just NICE.

I'll be spreading the word!

Avg. Rating 4.7 (87 votes)
Your Rating
CobraPL

CobraPL reviewed v1.2.1 on Jan 8, 2010

Sound quality is far better than in TS2 and TS3. GUI is slightly worse than in TS3, but it is acceptable.

M^3

M^3 reviewed v1.0.0 on Oct 22, 2007

Version 1.10 is out with much better overlay support and encrypted communications.
http://sourceforge.net/f...rum.php?forum_id=746599

Tarun.

Tarun. reviewed v0.9.5 on Jun 30, 2007

Same issue as Mystiqq on my old beta machine. Hard to recommend a program that isn't flexible and easy for everyone to use. Maybe once they fix these critical issues, I'll raise the rating. Nice effort though.

PhrostByte

PhrostByte reviewed v0.9.5 on Jun 30, 2007

Hey Mystiqq, sorry if this sounds obvious... but, how about changing the CPU? I know that this move is, in most cases, generally considered to be "giving up", but since the processors are so cheap the replacement can basically be considered a costcosts.

Mystiqq

Mystiqq reviewed v0.9.4 on Nov 7, 2006

Im slightly disappointed.

Ive got rather "old", as in ancient, computer that i use for all sorts of "server like" needs. Its old AMD 900 on ASUS A7V-E board and it does not have SSE supported by the CPU. The binaries are compiled with SSE optimized so i cant use it on such an old pc.

*sigh*

Zygi

Zygi reviewed v0.9.3 Beta on Sep 25, 2006

Low latency, overlay in games, very good sound quality - 0.93 is even better because its based on new speex codec, that have lower memory needs and better sound quality. The only problem for me is compilation of server under linux, it should not need any xwindows libs and should use configure instead of qmake (maybe part of Qt library). Also i can't setup more complicated shortcuts in Mumble, dialog for shortcuts making should be changed. Rights management is also confusing and hard to get into. Still program got five because its overall very good.

Don Juan

Don Juan reviewed v0.9.2 Beta on Aug 22, 2006

Actually you can choose which button you want to use for push to talk, it's just in another area, Config -> Shortcuts.

Great piece of software. Has many features that other similar programs don't, like DX9 channel status overlay, and has superior sound quality.

Lt_Master

Lt_Master reviewed v0.9.2 Beta on Dec 21, 2005

Still boring program.
More GUI.

Puch to Talk....... Cant even chose witch button to have. :///

sn0wflake

sn0wflake reviewed v0.9.0 Beta on Sep 28, 2005

Program instantly crashed when stating. No GUI or anything, just the usual Windows XP debug window. It wasn't listed in "Add or Remove Program" either. Would like a light GPL alternative to Skype though.

theVoice

theVoice reviewed v0.9.0 Beta on Sep 28, 2005

I tested this program on the recommendation of a friend. I am what I would describe as a "casual gamer", and have tried a few programs of this sort, including Ventrilio, TeamSpeak... and I must say this:

This is by far the best one I've tried. There are three reasons for this:
- I downloaded it, started it, connected to a server... and it worked perfectly. No settings whatsoever to fiddle with in order to make it work.
- The latency was unbelievably low; whereas both Ventrilio and TeamSpeak have a tendency to be half a second to a second late, this one felt more like a phone call than anything else... real-time communication would be perfect for FPS comms and the like.
- The general impression. Neat, tidy interface, everything worked quickly and efficiently... it was just NICE.

I'll be spreading the word!

yokozuna

yokozuna reviewed v0.9.0 Beta on Sep 28, 2005

Not bad, however, I do not think that it can endanger some already existing apps.

ModderXManiac

ModderXManiac reviewed v0.3.2 Beta on Sep 28, 2005

Not sure if it measures up to Roger Wilco...

Good to know theres an open-source project like this tho.

i'll give it a 4

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