Currently we are using the hootie application(included in the SDK) in our lab environment with a single CM and it works great...my question is in a production environment where we have a cluster with multiple CMs, which CM will be used to do the actually voice mixing? I am assuming that the hootie application takes up resources on the CM, am I correct?
thanks for the response....if there is no interaction with the CM who does the mixing when more than one party is speaking at the same time? is it the phone's dsp? if so how many parties can speak simultaneously?
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