TeamSpeak 3 extend the legacy of the original TeamSpeak communication system previously appear in TeamSpeak Classic (1.5) and TeamSpeak 2.
TeamSpeak 3 is not just an extension of its predecessors, but rather a total rewrite in C ++ of its proprietary protocol and core technology.
With more than nine years of knowledge and leadership in the VoIP industry, our engineers have created a flexible, powerful and scalable solution that allows you to customize and tailor your sound communication needs the way you want. New TeamSpeak users and veterans will enjoy a whole different experience in voice communication using the unique functionality of TeamSpeak 3 and great new features.
Our next-generation TeamSpeak 3 software has been highly improved compared to its predecessors. To begin with, both the client and server are now available as a flexible cross-platform solution for Windows (32-bit and 64-bit), Mac OS X (Intel and PPC) and Linux (32-bit and 64-bit). All platforms are 100% compatible and feature rich, regardless of the platform you use, all new features will be available on all platforms from the release date of TeamSpeak 3.
Our engineers have rewritten the code from scratch using C ++ to improve TeamSpeak performance and compatibility. This allows native TeamSpeak 3 binaries to be built from the same codebase for multiple target operating systems.
TeamSpeak 3 also includes a robust, cross-platform Software Development Kit (SDK) that enables complete integration of voice into existing products or services, including online games, virtual worlds, educational programs, military simulators or any application where up to thousands of users Require Crystalline, simultaneous voice communication.
Better voice quality and latency
The voice quality of TeamSpeak 3 is truly revolutionary. With completely new codecs, automatic microphone tuning, advanced noise reduction and echo cancellation, TeamSpeak 3 offer only the highest quality voice communication. Users can finally say goodbye to echo noises, feedback and background noise as the evolution of quality voice communication has arrived. In addition, we have significantly reduced latency (the amount of time it takes for your voice to be "heard" on the other side) compared to TeamSpeak 2 and other voice communication software solutions. Raise the level of
TeamSpeak 3 was designed with state-of-the-art hardware in mind. Therefore, it will have full support for the latest Logitech® G-keys as well as other currently unannounced hardware manufacturers.
It is also possible to connect to multiple servers at once using tabs similar to those found in most web browsers, so you can now manage or participate in multiple TeamSpeak 3 servers at the same time. In addition, support for multiple audio devices and outputs on simultaneously connected servers is also available. Preferred servers are now stored as bookmarks, similar to your favorite web browser.
Stunning 3D sound effects
TeamSpeak 3 now has fully integrated 3D sound support that allows spatial placement of sound effects and audio streams. This creates the illusion of a sound source that is placed anywhere in three-dimensional space, including behind, to the left of, to the right of, above or below the listener. The possibilities and applications of 3D sound are practically endless with TeamSpeak 3. Other TeamSpeak users can be placed virtually in their own audible position. Place the conference hosts in front of the attendees or teammates around their own player position. No special hardware is needed. Simply use your headset or 5.1 / 7.1 speakers to enjoy the spatial sound.
Powerful permitting system
The TeamSpeak 3 server has a completely revised hierarchical permissions system with the ability to create, define and dynamically request group permissions as you see fit. This provides server administrators with superior control and effective tools for managing and creating social networks.
Increased security and privacy
TeamSpeak 3 introduces a new authentication system. Instead of using a username and password combination, TeamSpeak 3 Client creates unique identities that are stored and tracked by each TeamSpeak 3 server you are connecting to. For administrators, this eliminates the need to manually enter a username and password with the server and allows administrators to assign a set of permissions to their identity that the server can automatically remember each time it connects. The end result is enhanced security and improved management with deleted username and password problems, making the user management process a lot less tedious than ever.
Friends and enemies
Follow your friends (and enemies) through TeamSpeak's new friends / enemies list 3. When a friend or foe is added, TeamSpeak 3 Client remembers the unique identity of your friend or foe regardless of whether they change their screen / Nickname, and regardless of the server to which you are connected. TeamSpeak 3 allows you to assign a custom nickname to your friends and can play a custom sound event when your friends connect. TeamSpeak 3 also traces your friends / enemies the last date view and lets you permanently mute / ignore your enemies.
Friendly File Transfer with Firewall
Maximize your online collaborative experience with all of TeamSpeak's new file transfer functions 3. Depending on your permissions, users can recursively upload or download files per channel or in a common folder tree. All files are stored directly on the TeamSpeak 3 server. Users no longer need to worry about how to configure FTP or problems with complicated firewall issues or other file sharing solutions. TeamSpeak 3 makes file sharing easy.
Enhanced License System
The TeamSpeak 3 server introduces a completely new licensing system that contains simplified, automatic and effective tracking of all your licensed servers. The old and tedious "registry by IP" process has been replaced by an encrypted key that allows your TeamSpeak 3 Server environment to be automatically tracked and licensed. As an additional option, TeamSpeak 3 Client can also tell users who are the host provider and provide a link to your website.
TeamSpeak Server updated to version 184.108.40.206
The icon package will be changed to the new default mono package if you are using the current default icon package. If you prefer to use the old package of default icons, you can re-enable it and it will not be automatically converted again. Users with existing third-party icon packs will not be automatically changed to the new icon pack.
The old icon pack is still available in the installer and updater. The "New Features" page, shown once on the first boot after installation, explains where to change the icon package and themes.
- Two new icon packs were added, one as the new default. When the previous default icon package is used, it will be changed to the new default one time. Old icons pack is still included for people who prefer it.
- Added new modern theme, but is not set as default automatically.
- Updated template files to use the syntax of the new icon.
- Added plugin_sdk.html to install the directory, pointing to the current download location.
- Fixed possible problem with the control DLL plugin and the recent release of Over wolf.
Important Information Of Software
November 12, 2016