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Acoustic Echo Cancellation Support in Linux
Hello, this is my first post in this forum and I am a beginner in Linux too. I wanted to know if there is any built-in acoustic echo cancellation support in Linux. I've heard that Windows has some system AEC that developers can use for cancelling echos in their voice applications. Is there anything similar in Linux too, or do I need to use any third-party libraries for this matter?