If the sound overdistorts or you hear high-pitched frequency pops, try getting whoever you hear having that problem to turn down their Amplification at Configure -> Settings -> Audio Input, turn off their Mic Boost, and/or turn off Automatic Gain Control (AGC), or a combination of all three.
If you are experiencing audio anomalies or glitches (robotic noise, audio cutouts, etc), many times, setting your Default Jitter Buffer and/or Output Delay to a higher value will fix it. Try playing around with the two settings. You can find them at Configure -> Settings -> Audio Output. It has been reported that 30 ms for Jitter Buffer and 30 ms for Output Delay works well for many people who experience these types of problems.
If the problems still persist, go to Configure -> Settings -> Audio Input and set everyone's Compression such that it shows "Speex" in the black text underneath the Compression box. Any setting that is <= 32.0kbit/s @ > 20ms audio per packet will be Speex.
If the problems persist, try setting your bandwidth lower at Configure -> Settings -> Audio Input -> Compression box.
Here's a solution for the "Remote Host Closed the Connection" error.
If you receive the "invalid password," send a PM to Joshinator with the name you used when you previously logged on to the CGA Mumble Server and copy me on the PM. Whoever gets to it first can delete your previous account and you should then be able to join the server.
That page seems to be out of date. There is no such option in 1.2.3 on the Advanced setting.
Okay, deleted your registration from the server. Try connecting again and let me know if it works.After some issues with my pc i re-installed my OS
and was unaware i needed to back up a certificate..
So i currently am unable to connect..
I get a password error but i believe it is certificate related..
i tried a new name,deleting and re-installing mumble and have had no luck..
so i was asked to post it here