[LAD] AES67 + JACK
jessup.jamie at gmail.com
Fri Jun 6 16:37:38 UTC 2014
Hey All... Again,
This has indeed caught my interest...
After doing some (most likely not enough) reading, I am left a little
curious for how some things happen.
In terms of connection management and SIP under unicast routing, I can see
a little bit how something like the Dante controller could happen. I am
guessing a third party (ie the Dante Controller like thing) could tell two
user agents to coneect with a REFER method. However when it comes to
instructing an existing session to stop, I am at a loss. Does anybody know
if there is a particular SIP method to get an existing SIP session to stop?
An interesting thing that cought my eye about the standard is that it seems
what discovery method is chosen is left open to the implementor.
Avahi/Bonjour seems to be a natural choice, but I am not quite sure how
"interoperable" all these Audio oIP standards would be if they all use
different discovery methods. Just rambling...
On Sun, May 25, 2014 at 4:11 PM, Jamie Jessup <jessup.jamie at gmail.com>
> *There is a proprietary ALSA driver for (at least) some Dante Cards,
> butyou have to ask your reseller specifically for it and pay an additional
> Good to know, have you had any experience with the proprietary stuff?
> Whats the experience like in comparison to the Mac/Windows equivalents?
> On Fri, May 16, 2014 at 11:59 AM, Markus Seeber <
> markus.seeber at spectralbird.de> wrote:
>> On 05/16/2014 05:37 PM, Jamie Jessup wrote:
>> > I would love to see this happen in the world of LA. I was recently about
>> > to embark in a HW project for an AES50 implementation, however after a
>> > quick skim of the standard this sounds a little more exciting :).
>> > A Dante "Virtual Soundcard" style thing for ALSA/JACK would be amazing.
>> There is a proprietary ALSA driver for (at least) some Dante Cards, but
>> you have to ask your reseller specifically for it and pay an additional
>> Linux-audio-dev mailing list
>> Linux-audio-dev at lists.linuxaudio.org
> Jamie Jessup
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