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Configure -> Certificate Wizard... -> Create a new certificate -> insert username and email -> next -> insert name of certificate and "save as..." -> finish.
 
Configure -> Certificate Wizard... -> Create a new certificate -> insert username and email -> next -> insert name of certificate and "save as..." -> finish.
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==Setup microphone==
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If you have some strange noises during using you microphone
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# Run audacity
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# Run alsamixer
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# Change random settings in alsamixer and test mic in audacity
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Example working alsamixer settings
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[[File:Alsamixer.png|center]]

Latest revision as of 12:08, 20 March 2020

Mumble is open source voice communicator. We are using it because of advanced voice activity detection and information safety.

Configuration

At first run of the application, we must configure our preferences about audio input and output. Of course, we can edit configuration in Mumble.

Accord with informations at Audio Tuning Wizard:

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This configuration is best for headphones with microphone integrated with controller in cable (close to the mouth), specifically Snab Overtone EP-101bt

After this you must make your own certificate (instruction at Creating own certificate)

Joining the server

Server -> Connect.. -> select continent -> select country -> select server -> insert your username and join server

Our server is located in Europe, Poland. It's name is Junta.pl serwer Mumble.

Changing configuration

Go into Configure -> Settings...

Now You can change interface, audio in/out settings and many other options. We suggest changing Echo Cancellation to Mixed.

Creating own certificate

Configure -> Certificate Wizard... -> Create a new certificate -> insert username and email -> next -> insert name of certificate and "save as..." -> finish.

Setup microphone

If you have some strange noises during using you microphone

  1. Run audacity
  2. Run alsamixer
  3. Change random settings in alsamixer and test mic in audacity

Example working alsamixer settings

Alsamixer.png