Add a Jitterbuffer to the Read side of the channel. This dejitters the audio stream before it reaches the Asterisk core. This is a write only function.
Jitterbuffers are constructed in two different ways. The first always take four arguments: max_size, resync_threshold, target_extra, and sync_video. Alternatively, a single argument of
default can be provided, which will construct the default jitterbuffer for the given jitterbuffer type.
The arguments are:
max_size: Length in milliseconds of the buffer. Defaults to 200 ms.
resync_threshold: The length in milliseconds over which a timestamp difference will result in resyncing the jitterbuffer. Defaults to 1000ms.
target_extra: This option only affects the adaptive jitterbuffer. It represents the amount time in milliseconds by which the new jitter buffer will pad its size. Defaults to 40ms.
sync_video: This option enables video synchronization with the audio stream. It can be turned on and off. Defaults to off.
fixed- Set a fixed jitterbuffer on the channel.
adaptive- Set an adaptive jitterbuffer on the channel.
disabled- Remove a previously set jitterbuffer from the channel.
This documentation was imported from Asterisk Version GIT-19-56f9c28a50