KRISP For Linux

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  • KermitTheFroger

    +1 I'm running Btw OS

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  • WELL1NGTON

    +1, arch btw

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  • Eantropix

    Larcosse Real Manjaro users compile Krisp from source and link it to Discord themselves

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  • Fwappy

    Eantropix I would but its not open source, settled on NoiseTorch instead

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  • DrunkPyromaniac

    Can we please bring Krisp to Linux?  It's not that I need this.  It's that everyone else on the call needs me to have this.  I have a IBM Model M keyboard and my friends are tired of hearing what sounds like a jackhammer going off in my background.

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  • nonrumor

    People keep complaining about "white noise" (the sea) in the background when I join a vc. Hopefully they will add krisp to Linux someday.

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  • Deltatron

    +1 I'm on manjaro and was wondering why noise suppression wasn't working- then realized krisp isnt on discord 

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  • Snoweuph

    you all should try out the project Pulsemeeter and add the Noise Suppression module to it, better than krisp!
    Project On Github: https://github.com/theRealCarneiro/pulsemeeter
    Module: https://github.com/werman/noise-suppression-for-voice
    For help: https://discord.com/invite/ekWt9NuEWv

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  • Sly-Little-Fox

    +1. Using Artix, that's definitely a really needed feature!

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  • alsoGAMER

    They finally did it guys!
    Starting from host ver. 138 (canary) krisp is downloaded and enabled.

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  • roworu

    Latest version on arch (139) does not have this feature. How did you enable it? Or is it distro-specific?

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  • FairyMaku

    It's in the flatpak version at the moment.

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  • CarrotIsland

    Indeed Krisp is available in the Stable Flatpak version. Has been for at least a month. Can see it in Settings under Voice & Video.

    Stable 153655 (4461450), Host 0.0.20, Linux 64-Bit (5.19.16-200.Fc36.X86_64)

    I will note also that the 0.0.21 Flatpak was also released in the past day or two.

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  • Marcos H Garcia

    Krisp is not available for linux so they should be post processing audio in their end with Krisp in a proxy server. I will be testing this in my Arch desktop for fun.

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