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Teamspeak is a free low latency VOIP client intended for highly populated conversations. It runs on Macintosh PPC / Intel (Mac OS X), Linux 32 bit and 64 bit, Windows 32 bit and 64 bit.


Installation

Download the client for your Operating System on Teamspeak's website.

Click the big button on the websites page, it automatically detects what client you should download.

http://www.teamspeak.com


Once you have downloaded the Client install it. (Please follow wizard)


Additional Installation Information

Operating Systems
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Setup

Click Connect and enter the following settings: server: ts.zmdev.net password: tzm

Once the client is installed, you can also click on the following link to login:

ts3server://ts.zmdev.net?password=tzm

And you should find yourself on the server!


Push-to-talk

This is a required feature of TeamSpeak because Voice activation detection is not a reliable option. Without it set up properly, occasional background noise will activate your microphone, disturbing the voice of the talking person.

Menu Control (Top LEFT) ⇒ ( Top Right )

MS Windows , Linux Mac OS X
  • Connections
  • Bookmarks
  • Self
  • Permissions
  • Tools
  • Setting
    • Options
  • Help
  • Teamspeak 3
    • Preferences
  • Connections
  • Bookmarks
  • Self
  • Permissions
  • Tools
  • Setting
  • Help

Push To Talk


Notifications

Notifications are really disturbing during a meeting when people chat a lot, you hear the ding ding all the time which is annoying, to hear "User joined your channel" "User left your channel", and so on are really disturbing during a meeting. In this case it is important to set Sound pack to "Sounds deactivated".

On the other hand, notifications can be very useful - for example if you are in your chapter channel outside of the meeting, they let you know you received a message from someone, it informs you that one of your friends (Buddy joined your channel) came to your channel. In this case you should have the Sound pack setting on "Default Soundpack". Or it is useful when a channel/server admin needs to be notified that there is a rules violation happening. There is also another setting called "While output muted". This means that even if speaking in a channel is muted, some notification sounds may still be enabled, if the option "Play only important sounds" is selected. I hope the other options need no explanation.

Keyboard Action

  • PC ( ALT + P ) together at once
  • MAC ( ⌘ + , ) together at once

Menu Control (Top LEFT) ⇒ ( Top Right )

MS Windows , Linux Mac OS X
  • Connections
  • Bookmarks
  • Self
  • Permissions
  • Tools
  • Setting
    • Options
  • Help
  • Teamspeak 3
    • Preferences
  • Connections
  • Bookmarks
  • Self
  • Permissions
  • Tools
  • Setting
  • Help

Notifications


Translations of Teamspeak 3

The Teamspeak 3 interface has been translated into several languages. You can download any that you need from TS3 Translations

Español | Spanish

Català | Catalan

český jazyk | Czech

Dutch

Français | French *

Hungarian

Italia | Italian

Japanese

Polski | Polish

Portuguese

Russian

Slovenský jazyk | Slovak

繁體中文 | Traditional Chinese

Traducción al Español

Turkish



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