[LAD] Beta testers required...
raphael.bollen at mobistar.be
Wed Jul 23 23:09:33 UTC 2014
This comes at the right moment... I'm building a network of 7 machines, 1 will need to talk to the
six others. That could be a nice test platform.
On 07/24/2014 12:56 AM, Fons Adriaensen wrote:
> Anyone interested in beta-testing this please let me know.
> Command line Jack clients to transmit full quality
> multichannel audio over a local IP network, with
> adaptive resampling at the receiver.
> Main features:
> * One-to-one (UDP) or one-to-many (multicast).
> * Sender and receiver(s) can each have their own
> sample rate and period size.
> * Up to 64 channels, 16 or 24 bit or float samples.
> * Receiver(s) can select any combination of channels.
> * Low latency, optional additional buffering.
> * High quality jitter-free resampling.
> * Graceful handling of xruns, skipped cycles, lost
> packets and freewheeling.
> * IP6 fully supported.
> * Requires zita-resampler, no other dependencies.
> Note that this version is meant for use on a *local*
> network. It may work or not on the wider internet if
> receiver(s) are configured for additional buffering,
> and if you are lucky. The current code will replace
> any gaps in the audio stream by silence, and does not
> attempt to re-insert packets that arrive out of order.
> You will need a fairly recent Jack version, as the
> code uses jack_get_cycle_times() and no fallback for
> that is provided.
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