Mumble is a free, open-source voice-over IP application designed primarily for gamers. Thanks to its client-server architecture, users can communicate with one another even if they are using the same server. What really makes it stand out from other similar applications are its high quality, low latency voice capabilities.
For starters, it makes use of a low latency audio codec known as Opus. This codec enables low latency communication, which means that it reduces the delay between when a message is being conveyed and when it is heard by the receiver. The software also comes preloaded with an echo cancellation feature, which comes in handy when you are using mediocre speakers or other acoustic hardware for communication or gaming.
Due to end-to-end encryption, you don’t have to worry about user privacy either. It also targets different user groups and offers different features catering to the needs of each group.
Just like any other VoIP client, you can either rent or host a mumble dedicated server. If you are planning to do it on your own, you will have to download, install and configure the Mumble client yourself.
In this article, you will learn how to create, setup, host, connect and change your Mumble dedicated server.
Here is how you can become an admin and add more channels.
Here is how you can connect to a Mumble server:
If you want to edit the settings of your Mumble server, you need a BeastNode game panel. Once you have a BeastNode game panel, you can use the following steps to tweak the Mumble dedicated server settings.
Which method do you use to host mumble dedicated servers? Let us know in the comments section below.