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I have two byte arrays full of raw data from RTP packets.
Each array is representing a voice and one person in the conversion, and I would like to put them together so I can hear the whole conversion. The two arrays are pretty much the same size.

I Heard that maybe I need to create a third array and each byte there should be the sum of the bytes in the same locations in the two arrays - C[i]=A[i]+B[i], or something like this.

I think it needs to be some operation between the two arrays.

I am using C#.

any ideas? Thnaks ahead
Posted 27-Nov-12 22:56pm

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