VoIP Software SFLPhone Now Supports Multi-Codec Calls

The software also migrated from GConf settings system to Gsettings

  SFLPhone interface
SFLPhone, a Voice over IP telephony software designed to work on desktops and embedded systems, has just reached version 1.2.1.

SFLPhone, a Voice over IP telephony software designed to work on desktops and embedded systems, has just reached version 1.2.1.

With SFLPhone, users can call through an SIP or IAX account, which are used by most enterprise internal phone networks and well-known servers such as Asterisk or FreeSwitch.

Highlights of SFLPhone 1.2.1:

• Support for Opus, iLBC and g.729 audio codecs has been implemented;
• SFLphone accounts now have "Auto-answer" mode;
• SFLphone's backend has been migrated from PJSIP 1.14.2 to 2.0.1;
• Support was added for multi-codec calls;
• The backend has also migrated threading libraries from Common C++ to pthread;
• Startup time was greatly improved in the Gnome client;
• The client was migrated from the deprecated GConf settings system to Gsettings.

The developers are encouraging users to experiment with the software and provide much needed feedback information.

Download SFLPhone 1.2.1
right now from Softpedia.

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