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9th January, 2009 at 00:40:04 -

is it possible to connect 2 headsets together to talk to other people utilizing moo click or something similar? and if so how?

 
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9th January, 2009 at 00:47:33 -

In MMF2? O_o I don't think so... You may be stuck with running Skype or Ventrilo in the background. I don't know if MMF2 can send those types of packets... but I'm no expert.


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10th January, 2009 at 04:58:36 -

nah, theres got to be a way, you can transfer data and words via moo click, im sure if some of us here teamed up we may be able to come up with something, too bad im no good at online whatnot when it comes to mmf2.

 
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10th January, 2009 at 05:05:59 -

MooClick is a great extension, but MMF in general is not able to run as many threads and loops that would be necessary to efficiently do something like that and have it work at a performance rate I'd be satisfied with putting up with.

Yes, you can do almost anything in MMF2, but you need to remember the technical limitations that it does pose, maybe not logically, but performance wise.

 
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10th January, 2009 at 16:31:00 -

Just because you think there has to be a way, that doesn't mean there is one.

How would you go about converting audio signals into data that is readable/sendable by the MOO object? Is there an MMF2 extension for that? (This is more of a rhetorical question, for all I know there is one. )

*snaps finger* *POOF* OH LOOK! I can now do VOIP in MMF!

Maybe someone will make a VOIP object. Or maybe they already have. I don't keep up with it.

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10th January, 2009 at 20:48:38 -

your probebly right, there may not be a way, but hey, would be an interesting project no?

 
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10th January, 2009 at 22:09:52 -

Most definitely. Too bad I can't program extensions. >_>

 

  		
  		

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10th January, 2009 at 22:25:58 -

me either lol

 
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10th January, 2009 at 23:37:28 -

I've wondered this myself. Better off using ventrilo, setting off the hotkey "K" or whatever.

 
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