[Jackaudio] Assistance w/ Win10->Raspberry Pi

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Mon Feb 1 16:53:27 CET 2021

Yeah, I've tried snapcast/icecast, and other tools meant for streaming, but the latency is even worse. Like I said, there have been others that have done it with older versions of Jack, but I'm not able to recreate their success with the latest version. Here's an article from 2015; https://blogs.gentoo.org/mgorny/2015/01/16/surround-sound-over-network-with-windows-8/

I did see a note in the list somewhere that one of the most recent versions didn't work with Windows 10, was that accurate, has it been resolved?

>> I'm looking for a straightforward guide on how to configure Jack as a 
>> network receiver on multiple Raspberry Pi’s, and Jack as a network 
>> sender on Windows.... so I can broadcast from Windows to multiple Pi's 
>> over LAN/Wifi. I'm planning on using this for distributing audio to 
>> speakers from a live playback and mixing system, so latency is critical.

>I haven't tested this myself, but have you looked at
>https://github.com/badaix/snapcast ?
>It seems targetted to media playback streaming, so I don't know whether it will meet your latency requirements.

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