This is mostly to do with sound programming for the most part but I just want some reasurance before going deep into this.
I want to add in-game voice chat to my game. My libraries of choice are OpenAL for sound capture and playing. For encoding/decoding I'll be using Opus.
I'm just wondering what challenges I'll face. It seems easy enough to me but maybe I'm forgetting something. Is it just a case of encoding the captured data, sending that over network as fast as possible and having clients decode it and play?
As internet speeds get faster, wont there become a point where encoding sound data would be uneeded and the raw sound data could be sent across without a problem?
Has anyone done this before? Could you give a quick rundown on what is required to get this done?
I'm also wondering if I'll need to be threading any part of this. I don't like using threads so if it can be avoided for now then that's good.
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