[LAD] Beta testers required...
robin at gareus.org
Wed Jul 23 23:35:20 UTC 2014
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.
surely it requires libjack - and probably libc, too :)
Wow, that sounds great.
I'm curious why you've made a standalone client out of this, rather than
fixing netjack. Is there any chance that this could become an internal
client (required for forwarding jack-transport)?
What is the use-case of directly resampling for network-transmission?
Are you running two jackd's at different sample-rates? And if not,
how does that differ from using netjack and resampling locally with
Could it be used to bridge two jackd's on localhost with different SR?
Why is it limited to 64 channels only?
Are there any plan to add support for jack-midi ports?
Does it set jack port-latencies properly (after resampling)?
I suppose I am interested in testing :)
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