I'm having a problem of audio loss when the sender is
slower than the receiver (negative time slide) on my application that
uses the oRTP library
ver.0.13. I enabled some output log messages in order to
understand the problem, the log shows that the time slide computed with
the jitter_control_new_packet function, starts from 0 and decreases to
-320, the decreasing is with steps and is not linear. After the slide
reaches -320 value, the slide decreases again and the application starts
to discard packets with old timestamp ( rtp_getq: discarding too old
packet with ts=32880160, local_ts=32880398 ). I'm using 10 ms jitter
buffer compensation on a local LAN.
Have you suggestions about this problem? Could you tell me what it
has been changed/fixed in the new versions of oRTP library (from 0.15)
related to the jitter_control_new_packet function? New versions
of the library have fixed
the algorithm behavior related to the late packet arrival?
Thank you in advance, L.
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