[LAD] Will I can get the configuration I need...?

Mario Sottile mariomey at gmail.com
Mon Sep 12 20:58:40 UTC 2016

For some days, I'm testing some ways to send/receive audio to/from two 
computers connected with WiFi to a router. I use Jack in both machines 
and I need to use WiFi, no wires, because of a necessarily comfort issue.

      What I tested:

- netsend~/netreceive~ from http://www.nullmedium.de/dev/netsend~/. It 
works, but it makes a lot of click/pops: unacceptable.

- I compiled zita-njbridge and, finally, I made it work: also 
unaceptable because of similar noises and silences.

      What I didn't test yet:

- netsend~/netreceive~ from http://www.remu.fr/sound-delta/netsend~/, 
because it is not compiled for Linux and I don't know how to do it.

- I tried to use jack.trip but, because an error, I should compile 1.1 
version. I didn't do it, because I have to install Qt5. I'm afraid of 
doing a mess...

- NetJack1: I like the idea of compressing audio, but I don't like the 
master-slave design because I have to use both soundcards speakers and 

- NetJack2: also it has master-slave system. I don't know if I will can 
make the configuration I need.

Also, I have to send from one computer to the other, a screencast (I 
would use VNC or "X over SSH", I have to test them). It doesn't matter 
if it is not perfect, it is only for monitoring.

Now, the question: *Will I can get what I need? Will I can send audio 
to/from both computers with no clicks/pops/silences and also send video 
from one to another?

*If the answer is "NO", I'm ending right here my research.
Thanks in advance.
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