ACLEditor

Dialog

Properties

Name

Enter the channel name here.

Name
Enter the channel name in this field. The name has to comply with the restriction imposed by the server you are connected to.

Description

Password

Enter the channel password here.

Password
This field allows you to easily set and change the password of a channel. In the background it uses Mumble's access tokens feature. To allow more fine grained and powerful access control directly, use ACLs and groups instead (Advanced configuration has to be checked to be able to see these settings).

Check to create a temporary channel.

Temporary
When checked the channel created will be marked as temporary. This means when the last player leaves it the channel will be automatically deleted by the server.

Temporary

Channel positioning facility value

Position
This value enables you to change the way Mumble arranges the channels in the tree. A channel with a higher Position value will always be placed below one with a lower value and the other way around. If the Position value of two channels is equal they will get sorted alphabetically by their name.

Position

Groups

Group

List of groups

Group
These are all the groups currently defined for the channel. To create a new group, just type in the name and press enter.

Add new group

Add
Add a new group.

Add

Remove selected group

Remove
This removes the currently selected group. If the group was inherited, it will not be removed from the list, but all local information about the group will be cleared.

Remove

Inherit group members from parent

Inherit
This inherits all the members in the group from the parent, if the group is marked as Inheritable in the parent channel.

Inherit

Make group inheritable to sub-channels

Inheritable
This makes this group inheritable to sub-channels. If the group is non-inheritable, sub-channels are still free to create a new group with the same name.

Inheritable

Group was inherited from parent channel

Inherited
This indicates that the group was inherited from the parent channel. You cannot edit this flag, it's just for information.

Inherited

Members

Inherited members

Contains the list of members added to the group by this channel.

Members
This list contains all members that were added to the group by the current channel. Be aware that this does not include members inherited by higher levels of the channel tree. These can be found in the Inherited members list. To prevent this list to be inherited by lower level channels uncheck Inheritable or manually add the members to the Excluded members list.

Contains a list of members whose group membership will not be inherited from the parent channel.

Excluded members
Contains a list of members whose group membership will not be inherited from the parent channel.

Contains the list of members inherited by other channels.

Inherited members
Contains the list of members inherited by the current channel. Uncheck Inherit to prevent inheritance from higher level channels.

Add member to group

Type in the name of a user you wish to add to the group and click Add.

Remove member from group

Type in the name of a user you wish to remove from the group and click Add.

Exclude

Excluded members

ACL

Active ACLs

List of entries

This shows all the entries active on this channel. Entries inherited from parent channels will be show in italics.
ACLs are evaluated top to bottom, meaning priority increases as you move down the list.

Inherit ACL of parent?

This sets whether or not the ACL up the chain of parent channels are applied to this object. Only those entries that are marked in the parent as "Apply to sub-channels" will be inherited.

Inherit ACLs

Move entry up

This moves the entry up in the list. As entries are evaluated in order, this may change the effective permissions of users. You cannot move an entry above an inherited entry, if you really need that you'll have to duplicate the inherited entry.

Up

Move entry down

This moves the entry down in the list. As entries are evaluated in order, this may change the effective permissions of users.

Down

Add new entry

This adds a new entry, initially set with no permissions and applying to all.

Add

Remove entry

This removes the currently selected entry.

Remove

Context

Entry should apply to sub-channels.

This makes the entry apply to sub-channels of this channel.

Applies to sub-channels

Entry should apply to this channel.

This makes the entry apply to this channel.

Applies to this channel

User/Group

Group this entry applies to

This controls which group of users this entry applies to.
Note that the group is evaluated in the context of the channel the entry is used in. For example, the default ACL on the Root channel gives Write permission to the admin group. This entry, if inherited by a channel, will give a user write privileges if he belongs to the admin group in that channel, even if he doesn't belong to the admin group in the channel where the ACL originated.
If a group name starts with '!', its membership is negated, and if it starts with '~', it is evaluated in the channel the ACL was defined in, rather than the channel the ACL is active in.
If a group name starts with '#', it is interpreted as an access token. Users must have entered whatever follows the '#' in their list of access tokens to match. This can be used for very simple password access to channels for non-authenticated users.
If a group name starts with '$', it will only match users whose certificate hash matches what follows the '$'.
A few special predefined groups are:
all - Everyone will match.
auth - All authenticated users will match.
sub,a,b,c - User currently in a sub-channel minimum a common parents, and between b and c channels down the chain. See the website for more extensive documentation on this one.
in - Users currently in the channel will match (convenience for 'sub,0,0,0').
out - Users outside the channel will match (convenience for '!sub,0,0,0').
Note that an entry applies to either a user or a group, not both.

User ID

User this entry applies to

This controls which user this entry applies to. Just type in the user name and hit enter to query the server for a match.

Permissions

Mumble - Add channel

Failed: Invalid channel

Mumble - Edit %1

Deny

Allow

Deny %1

This revokes the %1 privilege. If a privilege is both allowed and denied, it is denied.
%2

Allow %1

This grants the %1 privilege. If a privilege is both allowed and denied, it is denied.
%2

ALSAAudioInput

Default ALSA Card

Opening chosen ALSA Input failed: %1

ALSAAudioOutput

Default ALSA Card

Opening chosen ALSA Output failed: %1

ASIOConfig

Form

Device selection

Device

Device to use for microphone

This chooses what device to query. You still need to actually query the device and select which channels to use.

Query selected device

This queries the selected device for channels. Be aware that many ASIO drivers are buggy to the extreme, and querying them might cause a crash of either the application or the system.

Query

Configure selected device

This configures the selected device. Be aware that many ASIO drivers are buggy to the extreme, and querying them might cause a crash of either the application or the system.

Configure

Capabilities

Driver name

Buffer size

Configure input channels

This will configure the input channels for ASIO. Make sure you select at least one channel as microphone and speaker. Microphone should be where your microphone is attached, and Speaker should be a channel that samples 'What you hear'.
For example, on the Audigy 2 ZS, a good selection for Microphone would be 'Mic L' while Speaker should be 'Mix L' and 'Mix R'.

Channels

Microphone

<-

->

Unused

Speakers

%1 (version %2)

%1 -> %2 samples buffer, with %3 sample resolution (%4 preferred) at %5 Hz

ASIO Initialization failed: %1

Failed to instantiate ASIO driver

ASIO

ASIOInput

You need to select at least one microphone and one speaker source to use ASIO. If you just need microphone sampling, use DirectSound.

Opening selected ASIO device failed. No input will be done.

AboutDialog

About Mumble

Mumble (%1)

Copyright %3 Thorvald Natvig
slicer@users.sourceforge.net

A voice-chat utility for gamers

%2

About Mumble

License

OK

AboutSpeexDialog

About Speex

About Speex

%1

This program uses SpeexDSP.

Speex is used for echo cancellation, noise
filtering and voice activity detection.

OK

AudioInput

Form

Interface

System

Input method for audio

This is the input method to use for audio.
Most likely you want to use DirectSound.

Device

Input device for audio

This is the input device to use for audio.

Cancel echo from speakers

Enabling this will cancel the echo from your speakers. Mixed has low CPU impact, but only works well if your speakers are equally loud and equidistant from the microphone. Multichannel echo cancellation provides much better echo cancellation, but at a higher CPU cost.

Disabled

Mixed

Multichannel

Echo

Exclusive mode

This opens the device in exclusive mode.
No other application will be able to use the device.

Exclusive

Transmission

Transmit

When to transmit your speech

This sets when speech should be transmitted.
Continuous - All the time
Voice Activity - When you are speaking clearly.
Push To Talk - When you hold down the hotkey set under Shortcuts.

Idle AutoDeafen

How long to remain idle before auto-deafen.

This sets an idle timer. If the timer expires without any audio being sent to the server, you are muted and deafened.

DoublePush Time

If you press the PTT key twice in this time it will get locked.

DoublePush Time
If you press the push-to-talk key twice during the configured interval of time it will be locked. Mumble will keep transmitting until you hit the key once more to unlock PTT again.

Gets played when the PTT button is pressed

Gets played when the PTT button is released

Reset audio cue to default

Reset
Reset the paths for the files to their default.

Reset

Browse for on audio file

Browse...

Browse for off audio file

Browse...

Off

On

Preview the audio cues

Preview
Plays the current on sound followed by the current off sound.

Preview

Audible audio cue when push-to-talk is activated or deactivated

This enables the audio cues for push to talk.
Setting this will give you a short audio beep when push to talk is pressed and released.

PTT Audio cue

Use SNR based speech detection

This sets speech detection to use Signal to Noise ratio.
In this mode, the input is analyzed for something resembling a clear signal, and the clarity of that signal is used to trigger speech detection.

Signal to Noise

Use Amplitude based speech detection

This sets speech detection to use Amplitude.
In this mode, the raw strength of the input signal is used to detect speech.

Amplitude

Voice Hold

How long to keep transmitting after silence

This selects how long after a perceived stop in speech transmission should continue.
Set this higher if your voice breaks up when you speak (seen by a rapidly blinking voice icon next to your name).

Current speech detection chance

This shows the current speech detection settings.
You can change the settings from the Settings dialog or from the Audio Wizard.

Silence Below

Signal values below this count as silence

This sets the trigger values for voice detection.
Use this together with the Audio Statistics window to manually tune the trigger values for detecting speech. Input values below "Silence Below" always count as silence. Values above "Speech Above" always count as voice. Values in between will count as voice if you're already talking, but will not trigger a new detection.

Speech Above

Signal values above this count as voice

Compression

Quality

Quality of compression (peak bandwidth)

This sets the quality of compression.
This determines how much bandwidth Mumble is allowed to use for outgoing audio.

Audio per packet

How many audio frames to send per packet

This selects how many audio frames should be put in one packet.
Increasing this will increase the latency of your voice, but will also reduce bandwidth requirements.

Maximum bandwidth used for sending audio

This shows peak outgoing bandwidth used.
This shows the peak amount of bandwidth sent out from your machine. Audio bitrate is the maximum bitrate (as we use VBR) for the audio data alone. Position is the bitrate used for positional information. Overhead is our framing and the IP packet headers (IP and UDP is 75% of this overhead).

Audio Processing

Noise Suppression

Noise suppression

This sets the amount of noise suppression to apply.
The higher this value, the more aggressively stationary noise will be suppressed.

Amplification

Maximum amplification of input sound

Maximum amplification of input.
Mumble normalizes the input volume before compressing, and this sets how much it's allowed to amplify.
The actual level is continually updated based on your current speech pattern, but it will never go above the level specified here.
If the Microphone loudness level of the audio statistics hover around 100%, you probably want to set this to 2.0 or so, but if, like most people, you are unable to reach 100%, set this to something much higher.
Ideally, set it so Microphone Loudness * Amplification Factor >= 100, even when you're speaking really soft.

Note that there is no harm in setting this to maximum, but Mumble will start picking up other conversations if you leave it to auto-tune to that level.

Server maximum network bandwidth is only %1 kbit/s. Audio quality auto-adjusted to %2 kbit/s (%3ms)

AudioInputDialog

Continuous

Voice Activity

Push To Talk

Audio Input

%1 ms

Off

%1 s

%1 kb/s

-%1 dB

%1 min

%1 kbit/s (Audio %2 %5, Position %4, Overhead %3)

CELT

Speex

AudioOutput

Form

Interface

System

Output method for audio

This is the output method to use for audio.
Most likely you want to use DirectSound.

Device

Output device for audio

This is the output device to use for audio.

Exclusive mode, not recommended.

This opens the device in exclusive mode.
No other application will be able to use the device.

Exclusive

Positional Audio

Audio Output

Default Jitter Buffer

Safety margin for jitter buffer

This sets the minimum safety margin for the jitter buffer.
All incoming audio is buffered, and the jitter buffer continually tries to push the buffer to the minimum sustainable by your network, so latency can be as low as possible. This sets the minimum buffer size to use. If the start of sentences you hear is very jittery, increase this value.

Volume

Volume of incoming speech

This adjusts the volume of incoming speech.
Note that if you increase this beyond 100%, audio will be distorted.

Output Delay

Amount of data to buffer

This sets the amount of data to pre-buffer in the output buffer. Experiment with different values and set it to the lowest which doesn't cause rapid jitter in the sound.

Attenuate applications by...

Attenuation of other applications during speech

Attenuate volume of other applications during speech
Mumble supports decreasing the volume of other applications during incoming and/or outgoing speech. This sets the attenuation of other applications if the feature is enabled.

If checked Mumble lowers the volume of other applications while other users talk

Attenuate applications while other users talk
Mumble supports decreasing the volume of other applications during incoming and/or outgoing speech. This makes mumble activate the feature while other users talk to you.

while other users talk

If checked Mumble lowers the volume of other applications while you talk

Attenuate applications while you talk
Mumble supports decreasing the volume of other applications during incoming and/or outgoing speech. This makes mumble activate the feature while you talk.

while you talk

The connected "speakers" are actually headphones

Checking this indicates that you don't have speakers connected, just headphones. This is important, as speakers are usually in front of you, while headphones are directly to your left/right.

Headphones

Minimum Distance

Minimum distance to user before sound volume decreases

This sets the minimum distance for sound calculations. The volume of other users' speech will not decrease until they are at least this far away from you.

Maximum Distance

Maximum distance, beyond which speech volume won't decrease

This sets the maximum distance for sound calculations. When farther away than this, other users' speech volume will not decrease any further.

Minimum Volume

Factor for sound volume decrease

What should the volume be at the maximum distance?

Bloom

Factor for sound volume increase

How much should sound volume increase for sources that are really close?

Loopback Test

Delay Variance

Variance in packet latency

This sets the packet latency variance for loopback testing.
Most audio paths contain some variable latency. This allows you to set that variance for loopback mode testing. For example, if you set this to 15ms, this will emulate a network with 20-35ms ping latency or one with 80-95ms latency. Most domestic net connections have a variance of about 5ms.

Packet Loss

Packet loss for loopback mode

This sets the packet loss for loopback mode.
This will be the ratio of packets lost. Unless your outgoing bandwidth is peaked or there's something wrong with your network connection, this will be 0%

Loopback

Desired loopback mode

This enables one of the loopback test modes.
None - Loopback disabled
Local - Emulate a local server.
Server - Request loopback from server.
Please note than when loopback is enabled, no other users will hear your voice. This setting is not saved on application exit.

AudioOutputDialog

None

Local

Server

Audio Output

%1 ms

%1 %

%1 m

AudioOutputSample

Choose sound file

Invalid sound file

The file '%1' cannot be used by Mumble. Please select a file with a compatible format and encoding.

AudioStats

Audio Statistics

Input Levels

Peak microphone level

Peak power in last frame

This shows the peak power in the last frame (20 ms), and is the same measurement as you would usually find displayed as "input power". Please disregard this and look at Microphone power instead, which is much more steady and disregards outliers.

Peak speaker level

This shows the peak power of the speakers in the last frame (20 ms). Unless you are using a multi-channel sampling method (such as ASIO) with speaker channels configured, this will be 0. If you have such a setup configured, and this still shows 0 while you're playing audio from other programs, your setup is not working.

Peak clean level

This shows the peak power in the last frame (20 ms) after all processing. Ideally, this should be -96 dB when you're not talking. In reality, a sound studio should see -60 dB, and you should hopefully see somewhere around -20 dB. When you are talking, this should rise to somewhere between -5 and -10 dB.
If you are using echo cancellation, and this rises to more than -15 dB when you're not talking, your setup is not working, and you'll annoy other users with echoes.

Signal Analysis

Microphone power

How close the current input level is to ideal

This shows how close your current input volume is to the ideal. To adjust your microphone level, open whatever program you use to adjust the recording volume, and look at the value here while talking.
Talk loud, as you would when you're upset over getting fragged by a noob.
Adjust the volume until this value is close to 100%, but make sure it doesn't go above. If it does go above, you are likely to get clipping in parts of your speech, which will degrade sound quality.

Signal-To-Noise ratio

Signal-To-Noise ratio from the microphone

This is the Signal-To-Noise Ratio (SNR) of the microphone in the last frame (20 ms). It shows how much clearer the voice is compared to the noise.
If this value is below 1.0, there's more noise than voice in the signal, and so quality is reduced.
There is no upper limit to this value, but don't expect to see much above 40-50 without a sound studio.

Speech Probability

Probability of speech

This is the probability that the last frame (20 ms) was speech and not environment noise.
Voice activity transmission depends on this being right. The trick with this is that the middle of a sentence is always detected as speech; the problem is the pauses between words and the start of speech. It's hard to distinguish a sigh from a word starting with 'h'.
If this is in bold font, it means Mumble is currently transmitting (if you're connected).

Configuration feedback

Current audio bitrate

Bitrate of last frame

This is the audio bitrate of the last compressed frame (20 ms), and as such will jump up and down as the VBR adjusts the quality. The peak bitrate can be adjusted in the Settings dialog.

DoublePush interval

Time between last two Push-To-Talk presses

Speech Detection

Current speech detection chance

This shows the current speech detection settings.
You can change the settings from the Settings dialog or from the Audio Wizard.

Signal and noise power spectrum

Power spectrum of input signal and noise estimate

This shows the power spectrum of the current input signal (red line) and the current noise estimate (filled blue).
All amplitudes are multiplied by 30 to show the interesting parts (how much more signal than noise is present in each waveband).
This is probably only of interest if you're trying to fine-tune noise conditions on your microphone. Under good conditions, there should be just a tiny flutter of blue at the bottom. If the blue is more than halfway up on the graph, you have a seriously noisy environment.

Echo Analysis

Weights of the echo canceller

This shows the weights of the echo canceller, with time increasing downwards and frequency increasing to the right.
Ideally, this should be black, indicating no echo exists at all. More commonly, you'll have one or more horizontal stripes of bluish color representing time delayed echo. You should be able to see the weights updated in real time.
Please note that as long as you have nothing to echo off, you won't see much useful data here. Play some music and things should stabilize.
You can choose to view the real or imaginary parts of the frequency-domain weights, or alternately the computed modulus and phase. The most useful of these will likely be modulus, which is the amplitude of the echo, and shows you how much of the outgoing signal is being removed at that time step. The other viewing modes are mostly useful to people who want to tune the echo cancellation algorithms.
Please note: If the entire image fluctuates massively while in modulus mode, the echo canceller fails to find any correlation whatsoever between the two input sources (speakers and microphone). Either you have a very long delay on the echo, or one of the input sources is configured wrong.

>1000 ms

AudioWizard

Audio Tuning Wizard

Introduction

Welcome to the Mumble Audio Wizard

This is the audio tuning wizard for Mumble. This will help you correctly set the input levels of your sound card, and also set the correct parameters for sound processing in Mumble.

Please be aware that as long as this wizard is active, audio will be looped locally to allow you to listen to it, and no audio will be sent to the server.

Device selection

Selecting the input and output device to use with Mumble.

Input Device

This is the device your microphone is connected to.

System

Input method for audio

This is the input method to use for audio.
Most likely you want to use DirectSound.

Device

Input device to use

Selects which sound card to use for audio input.

Cancel echo from headset or speakers

This enables echo cancellation of outgoing audio, which helps both on speakers and on headsets.

Use echo cancellation

Output Device

This is the device your speakers or headphones are connected to.

Output method for audio

This is the Output method to use for audio.
Most likely you want to use DirectSound.

Output device to use

Selects which sound card to use for audio Output.

Allows positioning of sound

This allows Mumble to use positional audio to place voices.

Enable positional audio

Enables attenuation of other applications while users talk to you

Enables attenuation of other applications while users talk to you. This means that as soon someone starts to speak to you in Mumble, the sound of all other applications (like audio players) will get attenuated so you can hear them more clearly.

Attenuate applications while other users talk

Device tuning

Changing hardware output delays to their minimum value.

To keep latency to an absolute minimum, it's important to buffer as little audio as possible on the soundcard. However, many soundcards report that they require a much smaller buffer than what they can actually work with, so the only way to set this value is to try and fail.

You should hear a voice sample. Change the slider below to the lowest value which gives no interruptions or jitter in the sound. Please note that local echo is disabled during this test.

Amount of data to buffer

This sets the amount of data to pre-buffer in the output buffer. Experiment with different values and set it to the lowest which doesn't cause rapid jitter in the sound.

Volume tuning

Tuning microphone hardware volume to optimal settings.

Open your sound control panel and go to the recording settings. Make sure the microphone is selected as active input with maximum recording volume. If there's an option to enable a "Microphone boost" make sure it's checked.

Speak loudly, as when you are annoyed or excited. Decrease the volume in the sound control panel until the bar below stays as high as possible in the blue and green but not the red zone while you speak.

Open your sound control panel and go to the recording settings. Make sure the microphone is selected as active input with maximum recording volume. If there's an option to enable a "Microphone boost" make sure it's checked.

Speak loudly, as when you are annoyed or excited. Decrease the volume in the sound control panel until the bar below stays as high as possible in the striped and the empty but not the crisscrossed zone while you speak.

Now talk softly, as you would when talking late at night and you don't want to disturb anyone. Adjust the slider below so that the bar moves into green when you talk, but stays blue while you're silent.

Now talk softly, as you would when talking late at night and you don't want to disturb anyone. Adjust the slider below so that the bar moves into empty zone when you talk, but stays in the striped one while you're silent.

Apply some high contrast optimizations for visually impaired users

Use high contrast graphics

Voice Activity Detection

Letting Mumble figure out when you're talking and when you're silent.

This will help Mumble figure out when you are talking. The first step is selecting which data value to use.

Push To Talk:

Signal-To-Noise ratio

Raw amplitude from input

Next you need to adjust the following slider. The first few utterances you say should end up in the green area (definitive speech). While talking, you should stay inside the yellow (might be speech) and when you're not talking, everything should be in the red (definitively not speech).

Next you need to adjust the following slider. The first few utterances you say should end up in the empty area (definitive speech). While talking, you should stay inside the striped (might be speech) and when you're not talking, everything should be in the crisscrossed (definitively not speech).

Quality & Notifications

Adjust quality and notification settings.

Quality settings

Low

In this configuration Mumble will use a low amount of bandwidth. This will inevitably result in high latency and poor quality. Choose this only if your connection cannot handle the other settings. (Speex 16kbit/s, 60ms per packet)

Balanced

This is the recommended default configuration. It provides a good balance between quality, latency, and bandwidth usage. (CELT 40kbit/s, 20ms per packet)

High

This configuration is only recommended for use in setups where bandwidth is not an issue, like a LAN. It provides the lowest latency supported by Mumble and high quality. (CELT 72kbit/s, 10ms per packet)

Custom

You already set a customized quality configuration in Mumble. Select this setting to keep it.

Notification settings

Use Text-To-Speech to read notifications and messages to you.

Disable Text-To-Speech and use sounds instead.

Keep custom Text-To-Speech settings.

Positional Audio

Adjusting attenuation of positional audio.

Mumble supports positional audio for some games, and will position the voice of other users relative to their position in game. Depending on their position, the volume of the voice will be changed between the speakers to simulate the direction and distance the other user is at. Such positioning depends on your speaker configuration being correct in your operating system, so a test is done here.

The graph below shows the position of you, the speakers and a moving sound source as if seen from above. You should hear the audio move between the channels.

Use headphones instead of speakers

This ignores the OS speaker configuration and configures the positioning for headphones instead.

Use headphones

Finished

Enjoy using Mumble

Congratulations. You should now be ready to enjoy a richer sound experience with Mumble.

Mumble is under continuous development, and the development team wants to focus on the features that benefit the most users. To this end, Mumble supports submitting anonymous statistics about your configuration to the developers. These statistics are essential for future development, and also make sure the features you use aren't deprecated.

Submit anonymous statistics to the Mumble project

%1 ms

BanEditor

Mumble - Edit Bans

Address

Mask

Reason

Start

End

User

Hash

Add

Update

Remove

CertView

Name

Email

Issuer

Expiry Date

(none)

Self-signed

CertWizard

Resolving domain %1.

Unable to validate email.
Enter a valid (or blank) email to continue.

There was an error generating your certificate.
Please try again.

Your certificate and key could not be exported to PKCS#12 format. There might be an error in your certificate.

The file could not be opened for writing. Please use another file.

The file could not be written successfully. Please use another file.

The file could not be opened for reading. Please use another file.

The file is empty or could not be read. Please use another file.

The file did not contain a valid certificate and key. Please use another file.

Select file to export certificate to

Select file to import certificate from

Unable to resolve domain.

Mumble User

Certificate Expiry: Your certificate is about to expire. You need to renew it, or you will no longer be able to connect to servers you are registered on.

Certificates

Certificate Management

Certificate Authentication

Authenticating to servers without using passwords

Mumble can use certificates to authenticate with servers. Using certificates avoids passwords, meaning you don't need to disclose any password to the remote site. It also enables very easy user registration.

While Mumble can work without certificates, the majority of servers will expect you to have one.

It is strongly recommended that you create a trusted certificate.

Current certificate

This is the certificate Mumble currently uses.

Current Certificate

Automatic certificate creation

Create a new certificate

This will create a new certificate.

Import certificate from file

This will import a certificate from file.

Import a certificate

Export Certificate

This will export a certificate to file.

Export current certificate

Import Certificate

PKCS #12 Certificate import

Mumble can import certificates stored in PKCS #12 format. This is the format used when exporting a key from Mumble, and also when exporting keys from Firefox, Internet Explorer, Opera etc.

If the file is password protected, you will need the password to import the certificate.

Import from

Filename to import from

This is the filename you wish to import a certificate from.

Select file to import from

This opens a file selection dialog to choose a file to import a certificate from.

Open...

Password

Password for PKCS#12 file

This is the password for the PKCS#12 file containing your certificate.

Certificate to import

This is the certificate you are importing.

Certificate Details

Replace Certificate

Replace existing certificate with new certificate?

You already have a certificate stored in Mumble, and you are about to replace it.

If you are upgrading to a certificate issued to you by a trusted CA and the email addresses match your current certificate, this is completely safe, and servers you connect to will automatically recognize the strong certificate for your email address.

If this is not the case, you will no longer be recognized by any server you previously have authenticated with. If you haven't been registered on any server yet, this is nothing to worry about.

Are you sure you wish to replace your certificate?

This is the certificate Mumble currently uses. It will be replaced.

New certificate

This is the new certificate that will replace the old one.

New Certificate

Make a backup of your certificate

If you ever lose your current certificate, which will happen if your computer suffers a hardware failure or you reinstall your machine, you will no longer be able to authenticate to any server you are registered on. It is therefore mandatory that you make a backup of your certificate. We strongly recommend you store this backup on removable storage, such as an USB memory stick.

Note that this file will not be encrypted, and if anyone gains access to it, they will be able to impersonate you, so take good care of it.

Export to

Filename to export to

This is the filename you wish to export a certificate to.

Save As...

This is the certificate Mumble currently uses. It will be exported.

Generate a new certificate for strong authentication

Mumble will now generate a strong certificate for authentication to servers.

If you wish, you may provide some additional information to be stored in the certificate, which will be presented to servers when you connect. If you provide a valid email address, you can upgrade to a CA issued email certificate later on, which provides strong identification.

Name

Email

Your email address (e.g. johndoe@mumble.info)

This is your email address. It is strongly recommended to provide a valid email address, as this will allow you to upgrade to a strong certificate without authentication problems.

Your name (e.g. John Doe)

This is your name, and will be filled out in the certificate. This field is entirely optional.

Finish

Certificate-based authentication is ready for use

Enjoy using Mumble with strong authentication.

ChanACL

This represents no privileges.

This represents total access to the channel, including the ability to change group and ACL information. This privilege implies all other privileges.

This represents the permission to traverse the channel. If a user is denied this privilege, he will be unable to access this channel and any sub-channels in any way, regardless of other permissions in the sub-channels.

This represents the permission to join the channel. If you have a hierarchical channel structure, you might want to give everyone Traverse, but restrict Enter in the root of your hierarchy.

This represents the permission to speak in a channel. Users without this privilege will be suppressed by the server (seen as muted), and will be unable to speak until they are unmuted by someone with the appropriate privileges.

This represents the permission to whisper to this channel from the outside. This works exactly like the speak privilege, but applies to packets spoken with the Whisper key held down. This may be used to broadcast to a hierarchy of channels without linking.

This represents the permission to mute and deafen other users. Once muted, a user will stay muted until he is unmuted by another privileged user or reconnects to the server.

This represents the permission to move a user to another channel or kick him from the server. To actually move the user, either the moving user must have Move privileges in the destination channel, or the user must normally be allowed to enter the channel. Users with this privilege can move users into channels the target user normally wouldn't have permission to enter.

This represents the permission to make sub-channels. The user making the sub-channel will be added to the admin group of the sub-channel.

This represents the permission to make a temporary subchannel. The user making the sub-channel will be added to the admin group of the sub-channel. Temporary channels are not stored and disappear when the last user leaves.

This represents the permission to link channels. Users in linked channels hear each other, as long as the speaking user has the speak privilege in the channel of the listener. You need the link privilege in both channels to create a link, but just in either channel to remove it.

This represents the permission to write text messages to other users in this channel.

This represents the permission to forcibly remove users from the server.

This represents the permission to permanently remove users from the server.

This represents the permission to register and unregister users on the server.

This represents the permission to register oneself on the server.

None

Write ACL

Traverse

Enter

Speak

Whisper

Mute/Deafen

Move

Make channel

Make temporary

Link channel

Text message

Kick

Ban

Register User

Register Self

ChatbarTextEdit

Paste and send

Type chat message here

ClientUser

Friend

Authenticated

Priority speaker

Recording

Muted (server)

Deafened (server)

Local Mute

Muted (self)

Deafened (self)

ConfigDialog

Mumble Configuration

Advanced

Accept changes

This button will accept current settings and return to the application.
The settings will be stored to disk when you leave the application.

Reject changes

This button will reject all changes and return to the application.
The settings will be reset to the previous positions.

Apply changes

This button will immediately apply all changes.

Undo changes for current page

This button will revert any changes done on the current page to the most recent applied settings.

Restore defaults for current page

This button will restore the settings for the current page only to their defaults. Other pages will not be changed.
To restore all settings to their defaults, you will have to use this button on every page.

ConfigDialogMac

Accept changes

This button will accept current settings and return to the application.
The settings will be stored to disk when you leave the application.

Reject changes

This button will reject all changes and return to the application.
The settings will be reset to the previous positions.

Apply changes

This button will immediately apply all changes.

Undo changes for current page

This button will revert any changes done on the current page to the most recent applied settings.

Restore defaults for current page

This button will restore the settings for the current page only to their defaults. Other pages will not be changed.
To restore all settings to their defaults, you will have to use this button on every page.

ConnectDialog

Mumble Server Connect

Servername

Ping

Users

Remove from Favorites

Edit...

Add New...

Add custom server

Add to Favorites

Open Webpage

Show Reachable

Show all servers that respond to ping

Show Populated

Show all servers with users

Show All

Show all servers

Copy

Copy favorite link to clipboard

Paste

Paste favorite from clipboard

Adding host %1

Enter username

Hostname

Bonjour name

Port

Addresses

Website

Packet loss

Ping (80%)

%1 ms

Ping (95%)

Bandwidth

%1 kbit/s

Version

Connect

Filters

Connecting to %1

Failed to fetch server list

ConnectDialogEdit

Edit Server

Label

Name of the server

Label
Label of the server. This is what the server will be named like in your server list and can be chosen freely.

Address

Internet address of the server.

Address
Internet address of the server. This can be a normal hostname, an IPv4/IPv6 address or a Bonjour service identifier. Bonjour service identifiers have to be prefixed with a '@' to be recognized by Mumble.

Port

Port on which the server is listening

Port
Port on which the server is listening. If the server is identified by a Bonjour service identifier this field will be ignored.

Username

Username to send to the server

Username
Username to send to the server. Be aware that the server can impose restrictions on how a username might look like. Also your username could already be taken by another user.

Password

Password to send to the server

Password
Password to be sent to the server on connect. This password is needed when connecting as SuperUser or to a server using password authentication. If not entered here the password will be queried on connect.

Show password

Add Server

CoreAudioSystem

Default Device

CrashReporter

Mumble Crash Report

We're terribly sorry, but it seems Mumble has crashed. Do you want to send a crash report to the Mumble developers?

The crash report contains a partial copy of Mumble's memory at the time it crashed, and will help the developers fix the problem.

Email address (optional)

Please describe briefly, in English, what you were doing at the time of the crash

Send Report

Don't send report

Crash upload successful

Thank you for helping make Mumble better!

Crash upload failed

We're really sorry, but it appears the crash upload has failed with error %1 %2. Please inform a developer.

This really isn't funny, but apparently there's a bug in the crash reporting code, and we've failed to upload the report. You may inform a developer about error %1

Uploading crash report

Abort upload

DXAudioInput

Default DirectSound Voice Input

Opening chosen DirectSound Input failed. Default device will be used.

Lost DirectSound input device.

Opening chosen DirectSound Input device failed. No microphone capture will be done.

DXAudioOutput

Default DirectSound Voice Output

Opening chosen DirectSound Output failed. Default device will be used.

Lost DirectSound output device.

Opening chosen DirectSound Output failed. No audio will be heard.

Database

Mumble failed to initialize a database in any of the possible locations.

The database '%1' is read-only. Mumble cannot store server settings (i.e. SSL certificates) until you fix this problem.

DockTitleBar

Drag here

GlobalShortcut

Shortcuts

Add new shortcut

This will add a new global shortcut

Add

Remove selected shortcut

This will permanently remove a selected shortcut.

Remove

List of configured shortcuts

Function

Data

Shortcut

Suppress

GlobalShortcutConfig

Shortcuts

Shortcut button combination.

This is the global shortcut key combination.
Click this field and then press the desired key/button combo to rebind. Double-click to clear.

Suppress keys from other applications

This hides the button presses from other applications.
Enabling this will hide the button (or the last button of a multi-button combo) from other applications. Note that not all buttons can be suppressed.

GlobalShortcutMacInit

Mumble has detected that it is unable to receive Global Shortcut events when it is in the background.

This is because the Universal Access feature called 'Enable access for assistive devices' is currently disabled.

Please enable this setting and continue when done.

GlobalShortcutTarget

Whisper Target

Whisper to list of Users

Channel Target

Restrict to Group

If specified, only members of this group will receive the whisper.

The whisper will also be transmitted to linked channels.

Shout to Linked channels

The whisper will also be sent to the subchannels of the channel target.

Shout to subchannels

List of users

Add

Remove

Shout to Channel

Modifiers

Do not send positional audio information when using this whisper shortcut.

Ignore positional audio

GlobalShortcutX

Mouse %1

LCD

Not connected

LCDConfig

Form

This is the list of available LCD devices on your system. It lists devices by name, but also includes the size of the display. Mumble supports outputting to several LCD devices at a time.

Size:

This field describes the size of an LCD device. The size is given either in pixels (for Graphic LCDs) or in characters (for Character LCDs).

Enabled:

This decides whether Mumble should draw to a particular LCD device.

Devices

Name

Size

Enabled

Views

Minimum Column Width

This option decides the minimum width a column in the User View.

If too many people are speaking at once, the User View will split itself into columns. You can use this option to pick a compromise between number of users shown on the LCD, and width of user names.

Splitter Width

This setting decides the width of column splitter.

Enable this device

LCD

Log

Debug

Critical

Warning

Information

Server Connected

Server Disconnected

User Joined Server

User Left Server

User recording state changed

User kicked (you or by you)

User kicked

You self-muted/deafened

Other self-muted/deafened

User muted (you)

User muted (by you)

User muted (other)

User Joined Channel

User Left Channel

Permission Denied

Text Message

the server

[[ Text object too large to display ]]

[Date changed to %1]

link to %1

ftp link to %1

player link

channel link

%1 link

LogConfig

Messages

Message

Console

Notification

Text-To-Speech

Soundfile

Path

Text To Speech

Volume

Volume of Text-To-Speech Engine

This is the volume used for the speech synthesis.

Length threshold

Message length threshold for Text-To-Speech Engine

This is the length threshold used for the Text-To-Speech Engine.
Messages longer than this limit will not be read aloud in their full length.

Characters

Whisper

If checked you will only hear whispers from users you added to your friend list.

Only accept whispers from friends

Toggle console for %1 events

Toggle pop-up notifications for %1 events

Toggle Text-To-Speech for %1 events

Click here to toggle sound notification for %1 events

Path to sound file used for sound notifications in the case of %1 events
Single click to play
Double-click to change

Click here to toggle console output for %1 events.
If checked, this option makes Mumble output all %1 events in its message log.

Click here to toggle pop-up notifications for %1 events.
If checked, a notification pop-up will be created by Mumble for every %1 event.

Click here to toggle Text-To-Speech for %1 events.
If checked, Mumble uses Text-To-Speech to read %1 events out loud to you. Text-To-Speech is also able to read the contents of the event which is not true for sound files. Text-To-Speech and sound files cannot be used at the same time.

Click here to toggle sound notification for %1 events.
If checked, Mumble uses a sound file predefined by you to indicate %1 events. Sound files and Text-To-Speech cannot be used at the same time.

Path to sound file used for sound notifications in the case of %1 events.
Single click to play
Double-click to change
Ensure that sound notifications for these events are enabled or this field will not have any effect.

LookConfig

Layout

Classic

Stacked

Hybrid

Custom

Look and Feel

Style

Basic widget style

This sets the basic look and feel to use.

Skin

Skin file to use

This sets which skin Mumble should use.
The skin is a style file applied on top of the basic widget style. If there are icons in the same directory as the style sheet, those will replace the default icons.

Browse...

Language

Language to use (requires restart)

This sets which language Mumble should use.
You have to restart Mumble to use the new language.

Apply some high contrast optimizations for visually impaired users

Optimize for high contrast

Application

Always On Top

This setting controls when the application will be always on top.

This setting controls in which situations the application will stay always on top. If you select Never the application will not stay on top. Always will always keep the application on top. In minimal view / In normal view will only keep the application always on top when minimal view is activated / deactivated.

Never

Always

In minimal view

In normal view

Adds user and channel context menus into the menu bar

Show context menu in menu bar

Ask whether to close or minimize when quitting Mumble.

If set, will verify you want to quit if connected.

Ask on quit while connected

Tray Icon

Hide the main Mumble window in the tray when it is minimized.

If set, minimizing the Mumble main window will cause it to be hidden and accessible only from the tray. Otherwise, it will be minimized as a window normally would.

Hide in tray when minimized

Displays talking status in system tray

Show talking status in tray icon

Channel Tree

Channel Dragging

This changes the behavior when moving channels.

This sets the behavior of channel drags; it can be used to prevent accidental dragging. Move moves the channel without prompting. Do Nothing does nothing and prints an error message. Ask uses a message box to confirm if you really wanted to move the channel.

Expand

When to automatically expand channels

This sets which channels to automatically expand. None and All will expand no or all channels, while Only with users will expand and collapse channels as users join and leave them.

List users above subchannels (requires restart).

If set, users will be shown above subchannels in the channel view.
A restart of Mumble is required to see the change.

Users above Channels

Show number of users in each channel

Show channel user count

System default

None

Only with users

All

Ask

Do Nothing

Move

User Interface

Choose skin file

MainWindow

Mumble

Configure

Help

Server

Self

Log

This shows all recent activity. Connecting to servers, errors and information messages all show up here.
To configure exactly which messages show up here, use the Settings command from the menu.

This is the chatbar
If you enter text here and then press enter the text is sent to the user or channel that was selected. If nothing is selected the message is sent to your current channel.

Chatbar

Icon Toolbar

Quit Mumble

Closes the program

Exits the application.

Ctrl+Q

Connect

Open the server connection dialog

Shows a dialog of registered servers, and also allows quick-connect.

Disconnect

Disconnect from server

Disconnects you from the server.

Ban lists

Edit ban lists on server

This lets you edit the server-side IP ban lists.

Information

Show information about the server connection

This will show extended information about the connection to the server.

Kick

Kick user (with reason)

Kick selected user off server. You'll be asked to specify a reason.

Mute

Mute user

Mute or unmute user on server. Unmuting a deafened user will also undeafen them.

Ban

Kick and ban user (with reason)

Kick and ban selected user from server. You'll be asked to specify a reason.

Deafen

Deafen user

Deafen or undeafen user on server. Deafening a user will also mute them.

Local Mute

Mute user locally

Mute or unmute user locally. Use this on other users in the same room.

Send Message

Send a Text Message

Sends a text message to another user.

Add

Add new channel

This adds a new sub-channel to the currently selected channel.

Remove

Remove channel

This removes a channel and all sub-channels.

Edit

Edit Groups and ACL for channel

This opens the Group and ACL dialog for the channel, to control permissions.

Link

Link your channel to another channel

This links your current channel to the selected channel. If users in a channel have permission to speak in the other channel, users can now hear each other. This is a permanent link, and will last until manually unlinked or the server is restarted. Please see the shortcuts for push-to-link.

Unlink

Unlink your channel from another channel

This unlinks your current channel from the selected channel.

Unlink All

Unlinks your channel from all linked channels.

This unlinks your current channel (not the selected one) from all linked channels.

Reset

Reset audio preprocessor

This will reset the audio preprocessor, including noise cancellation, automatic gain and voice activity detection. If something suddenly worsens the audio environment (like dropping the microphone) and it was temporary, use this to avoid having to wait for the preprocessor to readjust.

Mute Self

Mute yourself

Mute or unmute yourself. When muted, you will not send any data to the server. Unmuting while deafened will also undeafen.

Deafen Self

Deafen yourself

Deafen or undeafen yourself. When deafened, you will not hear anything. Deafening yourself will also mute.

Text-To-Speech

Toggle Text-To-Speech

Enable or disable the text-to-speech engine. Only messages enabled for TTS in the Configuration dialog will actually be spoken.

Audio Statistics

Display audio statistics

Pops up a small dialog with information about your current audio input.

Unlink Plugins

Forcibly unlink plugin

This forces the current plugin to unlink, which is handy if it is reading completely wrong data.

Settings

Configure Mumble

Allows you to change most settings for Mumble.

Audio Wizard

Start the audio configuration wizard

This will guide you through the process of configuring your audio hardware.

What's This?

Enter What's This? mode

Click this to enter "What's This?" mode. Your cursor will turn into a question mark. Click on any button, menu choice or area to show a description of what it is.

About

Information about Mumble

Shows a small dialog with information and license for Mumble.

About Speex

Information about Speex

Shows a small dialog with information about Speex.

About Qt

Information about Qt

Shows a small dialog with information about Qt.

Check for Updates

Check for new version of Mumble

Connects to the Mumble webpage to check if a new version is available, and notifies you with an appropriate download URL if this is the case.

Sends a text message to all users in a channel.

Minimal View

Toggle minimal window modes

This will toggle minimal mode, where the log window and menu is hidden.

Hide Frame

Toggle showing frame on minimal window

This will toggle whether the minimal window should have a frame for moving and resizing.

Certificate Wizard

Configure certificates for strong authentication

This starts the wizard for creating, importing and exporting certificates for authentication against servers.

Register

Register user on server

This will permanently register the user on the server.

Add Friend

Adds a user as your friend.

This will add the user as a friend, so you can recognize him on this and other servers.

Remove Friend

Removes a user from your friends.

This will remove a user from your friends list.

Update Friend

Update name of your friend.

Your friend uses a different name than what is in your database. This will update the name.

Registered Users

Edit registered users list

This opens the editor for registered users, which allow you to change their name or unregister them.

Change Avatar

Change your avatar image on this server

Access Tokens

Add or remove text-based access tokens

Remove Avatar

Remove currently defined avatar image.

Reset Comment

Reset the comment of the selected user.

Join Channel

View Comment

View comment in editor

Query server for connection information for user

Change Comment

Change your own comment

Register

Register yourself on the server

Priority Speaker

Recording

Root

User

Channel

Push-to-Talk

Push and hold this button to send voice.

This configures the push-to-talk button, and as long as you hold this button down, you will transmit voice.

Reset Audio Processor

Mute Self

Set self-mute status.

This will set or toggle your muted status. If you turn this off, you will also disable self-deafen.

Deafen Self

Set self-deafen status.

This will set or toggle your deafened status. If you turn this on, you will also enable self-mute.

Unlink Plugin

Push-to-Mute

Join Channel

Toggle Overlay

Toggle state of in-game overlay.

This will switch the states of the in-game overlay.

Toggle Minimal

Volume Up (+10%)

Volume Down (-10%)

Mumble -- %1

Whisper/Shout

Window

Minimize

Ctrl+M

Not connected

Mumble is currently connected to a server. Do you want to Close or Minimize it?

Close

Clear

Opening URL %1

File does not exist

File is not a configuration file.

Settings merged from file.

URL scheme is not 'mumble'

This version of Mumble can't handle URLs for Mumble version %1.%2.%3

Connecting to %1

Enter username

Connecting to server %1.

Reconnecting.

Change your comment

Register yourself as %1

You are about to register yourself on this server. This action cannot be undone, and your username cannot be changed once this is done. You will forever be known as '%1' on this server.

Are you sure you want to register yourself?

Version

Protocol %1.%2.%3.

No build information or OS version available.

%1 (%2)
%3

Control channel

Encrypted with %1 bit %2
%3 ms average latency (%4 deviation)

Remote host %5 (port %6)

Voice channel is sent over control channel.

Voice channel

Encrypted with 128 bit OCB-AES128
%1 ms average latency (%4 deviation)

UDP Statistics

To Server

From Server

Good

Late

Lost

Resync

Audio bandwidth

Maximum %1 kbit/s
Current %2 kbit/s

Mumble Server Information

View Certificate

Register user %1

You are about to register %1 on the server. This action cannot be undone, the username cannot be changed, and as a registered user, %1 will have access to the server even if you change the server password.

From this point on, %1 will be authenticated with the certificate currently in use.

Are you sure you want to register %1?

Kicking user %1

Enter reason

Banning user %1

Sending message to %1

To %1: %2

Message to %1

View comment on user %1

Are you sure you want to reset the comment of user %1?

Message to channel %1

Are you sure you want to delete %1 and all its sub-channels?

Sending message to channel %1

To %1 (Tree): %2

Message to tree %1

Unmuted and undeafened.

Unmuted.

Muted.

Muted and deafened.

Deafened.

Undeafened.

About Qt

Connected.

SSL Verification failed: %1

WARNING: The server presented a certificate that was different from the stored one.

Sever presented a certificate which failed verification.

%1.
The specific errors with this certificate are:

    %2

Do you wish to accept this certificate anyway?
(It will also be stored so you won't be asked this again.)

SSL Version mismatch

This server is using an older encryption standard. It might be an older 1.1 based Mumble server.
Would you like to launch the compatibility client to connect to it?

Failed to launch compatibility client

The compatibility client could not be found, or failed to start.
Note that the compatibility client is an optional component for most installations, and might not be installed.

Server connection failed: %1.

Disconnected from server.

Invalid username

You connected with an invalid username, please try another one.

That username is already in use, please try another username.

Wrong password

Wrong password for registered users, please try again.

Wrong server password for unregistered user account, please try again.

Type message to channel '%1' here

Type message to user '%1' here

Choose image file

Images (*.png *.jpg *.svg)

Failed to load image

Could not open file for reading.

Image format not recognized.

Server connection rejected: %1.

Welcome message: %1

Mumble: %1

You were denied %1 privileges in %2.

%3 was denied %1 privileges in %2.

Denied: Cannot modify SuperUser.

Denied: Invalid channel name.

Denied: Text message too long.

Denied: Operation not permitted in temporary channel.

You need a certificate to perform this operation.

%1 does not have a certificate.

Invalid username: %1.

Invalid username.

Channel is full.

Denied: %1.

Permission denied.

%1 connected.

%1 is now muted and deafened.

%1 is now muted.

%1 is now unmuted.

Recording started

Recording stopped

%1 started recording.

%1 stopped recording.

You were muted and deafened by %1.

You were unmuted and undeafened by %1.

You were muted by %1.

You were unmuted by %1.

You were undeafened by %1.

You were suppressed.

You were unsuppressed.

You were unsuppressed by %1.

You muted and deafened %1.

You unmuted and undeafened %1.

You muted %1.

You unmuted %1.

You undeafened %1.

You suppressed %1.

You unsuppressed %1.

%1 muted and deafened by %2.

%1 unmuted and undeafened by %2.

%1 muted by %2.

%1 unmuted by %2.

%1 undeafened by %2.

%1 suppressed by %2.

%1 unsuppressed by %2.

You were moved to %1 by %2.

%1 moved to %2.

%1 moved to %2 by %3.

%1 entered channel.

%1 moved in from %2 by %3.

%1 is recording

You were kicked and banned from the server by %1: %2.

You were kicked from the server by %1: %2.

%3 was kicked and banned from the server by %1: %2.

%3 was kicked from the server by %1: %2.

%1 disconnected.

Server

(Tree)

(Channel)

%2%1: %3

Message from %1

Unable to find matching CELT codecs with other clients. You will not be able to talk to all users.

You have Channel Dragging set to "Do Nothing" so the channel wasn't moved.

Unknown Channel Drag mode in UserModel::dropMimeData.

Welcome to Mumble.

This is the first time you're starting Mumble.
Would you like to go through the Audio Wizard to configure your soundcard?

NetworkConfig

Connection

Use TCP compatibility mode

Enable TCP compatibility mode.
This will make Mumble use only TCP when communicating with the server. This will increase overhead and cause lost packets to produce noticeable pauses in communication, so this should only be used if you are unable to use the default (which uses UDP for voice and TCP for control).

Force TCP mode

Enable QoS to prioritize packets

This will enable QoS, which will attempt to prioritize voice packets over other traffic.

Use Quality of Service

Reconnect when disconnected

Reconnect when disconnected.
This will make Mumble try to automatically reconnect after 10 seconds if your server connection fails.

Reconnect automatically

Reconnect to last used server when starting Mumble

Reconnect to last server on startup

Don't send certificate to server and don't save passwords. (Not saved).

This will suppress identity information from the client.

The client will not identify itself with a certificate, even if defined, and will not cache passwords for connections. This is primarily a test-option and is not saved.

Suppress certificate and password storage

Proxy

Type

Type of proxy to connect through

Type of proxy to connect through.
This makes Mumble connect through a proxy for all outgoing connections. Note: Proxy tunneling forces Mumble into TCP compatibility mode, causing all voice data to be sent via the control channel.

Direct connection

HTTP(S) proxy

SOCKS5 proxy

Hostname

Hostname of the proxy

Hostname of the proxy.
This field specifies the hostname of the proxy you wish to tunnel network traffic through.

Port

Port number of the proxy

Port number of the proxy.
This field specifies the port number that the proxy expects connections on.

Username

Username for proxy authentication

Username for proxy authentication.
This specifies the username you use for authenticating yourself with the proxy. In case the proxy does not use authentication, or you want to connect anonymously, simply leave this field blank.

Password

Password for proxy authentication

Password for proxy authentication.
This specifies the password you use for authenticating yourself with the proxy. In case the proxy does not use authentication, or you want to connect anonymously, simply leave this field blank.

Misc

Prevent log from downloading images

Disable image download
Prevents the client from downloading images embedded into chat messages with the img tag.

Disable image download

Mumble services

Check for new releases of Mumble automatically.

This will check for new releases of Mumble every time you start the program, and notify you if one is available.

Check for application updates on startup

Check for new releases of plugins automatically.

This will check for new releases of plugins every time you start the program, and download them automatically.

Download plugin and overlay updates on startup

Submit anonymous statistics to the Mumble project

Submit anonymous statistics.
Mumble has a small development team, and as such needs to focus its development where it is needed most. By submitting a bit of statistics you help the project determine where to focus development.

Submit anonymous statistics

Network

Updates are mandatory when using snapshot releases.

Overlay

Failed to create communication with overlay at %2: %1. No overlay will be available.

Skipping overlay update in debug mode.

Downloaded new or updated overlay support file to %1.

Silent

Talking

Whisper

Shout

Channel

OverlayClient

FPS: %1

Filter

Only talking

All in current channel

All in linked channels

Always show yourself

Columns

Edit...

Reset Zoom

OverlayConfig

Options

Enable overlay.

This sets whether the overlay is enabled or not. This setting is only checked when applications are started, so make sure Mumble is running and this option is on before you start the application.
Please note that if you start Mumble after starting the application, or if you disable the overlay while the application is running, there is no safe way to restart the overlay without also restarting the application.

Enable Overlay

Load an overlay preset from file

Load…

Save your overlay settings to file

Save…

Uninstall Overlay

FPS Display

Display a frame counter in the overlay

Show FPS counter

Set the overlay font.

Font

Set the overlay text color.

Color

Layout

Overlay exceptions

Blacklist

Whitelist

Add...

Remove

Overlay Installation

Mumble has detected that you do not have the Mumble Overlay installed. Click the button below to install the overlay.

Install Mumble Overlay

View Certificates

Overlay Upgrade

Mumble has detected an old version of the overlay support files installed on your computer. To upgrade these files to their latest versions, click the button below.

Upgrade Mumble Overlay

To move the users, drag the little red dot.

To resize the users, mouse wheel over a user.

For more options, right click a user.

FPS: %1

Overlay

Choose executable

Choose application

Mumble has deemed the installer valid.

Mumble was unable to verify the authenticity of the installer.

Load Overlay Presets

Mumble overlay presets (*.mumblelay)

Save Overlay Presets

OverlayEditor

Overlay Editor

State

User is not talking

Passive

User is talking in your channel or a linked channel

Talking

User is whispering to you privately

Private Whisper

User is shouting to your channel

Channel Whisper

Zoom

Zoom Factor

Enabled Elements

User avatar, chosen by each user

Avatar

User's name

Username

Name of user's channel, if outside your current channel

Channel

Muted or deafened

Mute state

Bounding box, automatically shrunk to minimum size to contain all visible elements

Bounding box

OverlayEditorScene

Layout preset

Large square avatar

Avatar and Name

User Opacity

%1%

Object Opacity

Alignment

Left

Center

Right

Top

Bottom

Color...

Font...

Bounding box

Pen width

Padding

Pen color

Fill color

Pick pen color

Pick fill color

Pick color

Pick font

OverlayPrivateWin

Failed to load overlay library. This means either that: - the library (mumble_ol.dll) wasn't found in the directory you ran Mumble from - you're on an OS earlier than WinXP SP2

PluginConfig

Form

Options

Enable plugins and transmit positional information

This allows plugins for supported games to fetch your in-game position and transmit it with each voice packet. This enables other users to hear your voice in-game from the direction your character is in relation to their own.

Link to Game and Transmit Position

Plugins

Name

Enabled

Reloads all plugins

This rescans and reloads plugins. Use this if you just added or changed a plugin to the plugins directory.

Reload plugins

Information about plugin

This shows a small information message about the plugin.

About

Show configuration page of plugin

This shows the configuration page of the plugin, if any.

Configure

Plugin has no configure function.

Plugin has no about function.

Plugins

%1 lost link.

%1 linked.

Skipping plugin update in debug mode.

Downloaded new or updated plugin to %1.

Failed to install new plugin to %1.

PortAudioSystem

Default Device

PulseAudioSystem

Default Input

Default Output

RichTextEditor

Display

Source Text

Bold

Ctrl+B

Italic

Italic

Ctrl+I

Underline

Ctrl+U

Color

Insert Link

Ctrl+L

Insert Image

Failed to load image

Image file too large to embed in document. Please use images smaller than %1 kB.

Message is too long.

RichTextEditorLink

Add Link

URL

Text

ServerHandler

UDP packets cannot be sent to or received from the server. Switching to TCP mode.

UDP packets cannot be sent to the server. Switching to TCP mode.

UDP packets cannot be received from the server. Switching to TCP mode.

UDP packets can be sent to and received from the server. Switching back to UDP mode.

Connection timed out

ServerView

Favorite

LAN

Public Internet

Africa

Asia

North America

South America

Europe

Oceania

ShortcutActionWidget

Unassigned

ShortcutDelegate

On

Off

Toggle

Unassigned

ShortcutKeyWidget

Press Shortcut

ShortcutTargetDialog

Root

Parent

Current

Subchannel #%1

ShortcutTargetWidget

...

,

Root

Parent

Current

Subchannel #%1

Invalid

Empty

ShortcutToggleWidget

Off

Toggle

On

TextMessage

If checked the message is recursively sent to all subchannels

Send recursively to subchannels

Enter text

Tokens

Mumble - Access Tokens

List of access tokens on current server

This is an editable list of access tokens on the connected server.
An access token is a text string, which can be used as a password for very simple access management on channels. Mumble will remember the tokens you've used and resend them to the server next time you reconnect, so you don't have to enter these every time.

Add a token

Add

Remove a token

Remove

Empty Token

UserEdit

Registered Users

Remove

Rename

UserInformation

User Information

Connection Information

Version

OS

Certificate

IP Address

CELT Versions

Details...

Ping Statistics

Pings received

Average ping

Ping deviation

TCP (Control)

UDP (Voice)

UDP Network statistics

Good

Late

Lost

Resync

From Client

To Client

Bandwidth

Connection time

Bandwidth

%1w

%1d

%1h

%1m

%1s

,

%1.%2.%3 (%4)

%1 (%2)

%1 online (%2 idle)

%1 online

%1 kbit/s

UserModel

This is a user connected to the server. The icon to the left of the user indicates whether or not they are talking:

Talking to your channel.

Shouting directly to your channel.

Whispering directly to you.

Not talking.

This is a channel on the server. The icon indicates the state of the channel:

Your current channel.

A channel that is linked with your channel. Linked channels can talk to each other.

A channel on the server that you are not linked to.

This shows the flags the user has on the server, if any:

On your friend list

Authenticated user

Muted (manually muted by self)

Muted (manually muted by admin)

Muted (not allowed to speak in current channel)

Muted (muted by you, only on your machine)

Deafened (by self)

Deafened (by admin)

User has a new comment set (click to show)

User has a comment set, which you've already seen. (click to show)

This shows the flags the channel has, if any:

Channel has a new comment set (click to show)

Channel has a comment set, which you've already seen. (click to show)

Name

Flags

Are you sure you want to drag this channel?

Cannot perform this movement automatically, please reset the numeric sorting indicators or adjust it manually.

VersionCheck

Upgrade Mumble

A new version of Mumble has been detected and automatically downloaded. It is recommended that you either upgrade to this version, or downgrade to the latest stable release. Do you want to launch the installer now?

Failed to launch snapshot installer.

Corrupt download of new version detected. Automatically removed.

Downloading new snapshot from %1 to %2

Failed to write new version to disc.

Mumble failed to retrieve version information from the central server.

ViewCert

Certificate Chain Details

Certificate chain

%1 %2

Certificate details

Common Name: %1

Organization: %1

Subunit: %1

Country: %1

Locality: %1

State: %1

Valid from: %1

Valid to: %1

Serial: %1

Public Key: %1 bits %2

RSA

DSA

Digest (MD5): %1

Email: %1

DNS: %1

Issued by:

Unit Name: %1

VoiceRecorder

Invalid sample rate given to recorder

Recorder failed to create directory '%1'

Recorder failed to open file '%s'

.wav - Uncompressed

.ogg (Vorbis) - Compressed

.au - Uncompressed

.flac - Lossless compressed

VoiceRecorderDialog

Recorder

Control

00:00:00

Start

Stop

Mode

Downmix

Multichannel

Output

Output format

Target directory

Filename

Browse...

Valid variables are:

Inserts the user's name

Inserts the current date

Inserts the current time

Inserts the hostname

Closing the recorder will stop your current recording. Do you really want to close the recorder?

Unable to start recording. Not connected to a server.

The server you are currently connected to is version 1.2.2 or older. For privacy reasons, recording on servers of versions older than 1.2.3 is not possible. Please contact your server administrator for further information.

There is already a recorder active for this server.

Please select a recording format.

Select target directory

WASAPISystem

Default Device