This page is a jump-off point for TeamTalk-related resources provided on this website.
As of August, 2021, the TeamTalk Classic client is considered legacy; accessibility is being rolled into the TeamTalk Qt client. While the Classic client will remain available for some time, it will not be updated as often.
For help migrating settings and servers from Classic to Qt, refer to the TeamTalk Classic To Qt Migration Guide on this site. A tool for migrating servers from the Classic client to the Qt client is available from that page as a direct executable download.
See the Fate of TeamTalk Classic article on the TeamTalk home page for further details on this transition and why it is happening.
The TeamTalk 5 Qt client JAWS scripts provide support for the Qt client beyond what is already included natively within it.
An NVDA add-on for the Qt client is likely but is not yet available.
The TeamTalk 5 Classic client JAWS scripts provide extensive classic client support for JAWS users, including a system for navigating chat history.
The NVDA TeamTalk add-on provides some NVDA support for the classic TeamTalk client.
TTConv, the TeamTalk configuration file converter,
is a tool that simplifies migration from Classic to Qt but that can also produce an HTML file or a set of
.tt files for an entire set of TeamTalk servers at once.
This latter capability may be of particular benefit to TeamTalk users who share server lists among computers
and phones and who use a file sharing service such as Dropbox to exchange files among devices.
The TeamTalk Audio File Fixer (TAFF) fixes TeamTalk Opus audio recordings made by
TeamTalk clients older than 5.7, so that most media players can play them properly.
For recordings made by TeamTalk versions 5.7 and later, simply renaming
.ogg files to
.opus will improve media player support.
The TeamTalk Commander (TTCom) is a command-line interface to TeamTalk that eases some administrative tasks and also supports simultaneous connections to multiple servers in order to make it easier to find people to talk to. TTCom does not itself support audio connections though.
The admin folder is a place for command-line tools for TeamTalk administrators. At this writing, this folder is very old.