RaidCall is a free, low-latency voice solution for professional gamers. RaidCall is designed for group communication while gaming, especially for games requiring tight teamwork such as FPS and MMORPG games. It can provide clear voice quality with extremely low latency, and there is no need to rent servers or set up a server by yourself. RaidCall makes group communication easier.
RaidCall uses the Client-Server Model to transfer data, rather than using the P2P Model such as Skype, which takes up more bandwidth from user. When user is talking in this Client-Server model, RaidCall sends one stream of data to the RaidCall server , then the server broadcasts it to other users in the same channel. Hence it requires very little bandwidth for voice communication and support more than 1000 slots per channel.
— Raidcall is an audio service based on Cloud-computing. Both the client and server software are free for all normal users (non-commercial).
— Raidcall Overlay is a built-in Flash-based engine which enables you to freely use Raidcall within any game.
— You can meet plenty of new friends in the Raidcall network, or use Raidcall to track down your buddies.
— Raidcall relies on the most popular and powerful audio-engine, Speex, to effectively reduce noise and promote audio quality.
— Raidcall utilizes UDP as communication protocol, therefore significantly shortens delay when compared to the TCP Protocol used by other VoiP systems.
— Raidcall is swift and light. The software only takes up 10MB of RAM and
— Raidcall is pre-built with different Privacy Settings and Authorization Schemes that allows you to assign different authority to different characters based on channels.
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