Ventrilo Server is a utility that allows you to create a server for a voice communication program called Ventrilo.
To use it, simply decompress and run the ventrilo_srv.exe file at from that moment, you'll be given an IP address which you can your friends can use to connect to the server. The program offers excellent sound quality and os very light on CPU resources. It's an excellent choice for those looking for a simple no fuss interface (compared to the bloatedness of MSN Messenger) and is ideal for beginners because it's easy to learn how to use. The most commonly used features are immediately visible and can be activated with a single click of the mouse.
A simple and easy to use solution ofr first time IM users or if you're setting up a server for the first time.
Simple to setup and use
No complicated jargon or ads
Still requires some basic IP knowledge to setup server
Ventrilo 3.0.0 is the next evolutionary step of Voice over IP (VoIP) group communications software. Ventrilo is also the industry standard by which all others measure themselves as they attempt to imitate its features.
By offering surround sound positioning and special sound effects on a per user, per channel, per server or global configuration level the program provides each user the option to fully customize exactly how they wish to hear sounds from other users or events.
Laws concerning the use of this software vary from country to country. We do not encourage or condone the use of this program if it is in violation of these laws.
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