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Voice chat - this is a toughy, Experts, worth the Points!

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I am looking to write a voice chat module for use with a webcam interface i have.. I understand there is something Called H232 Standard, not sure how it works..
Here is the goal.. I want a Voice chat interface similar to the one in the Yahoo Chat rooms, But Full Duplex.. I want the user to be able to turn on or off voice, but if it is on, simply just begin talking.. into their mic.. A tuning wizard would be helpful but not necessaary..

Anyhelp wil be Greatly appreciated.. Points will be incressed if Answer is worthy

Also contact me at
dsiemon@hotmail.com
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what's the tagret Java version ?
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java 1.3
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are you willing to hire a developer for the project ?
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might be the best way to go.. what kind of rate?

Dan Siemon
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