During the period of lockdown for the majority of the countries in the world, network audio and remote production gain even more importance. Many artists and participants of broadcast productions are required to work from home, increasing the demand for high-quality (uncompressed) audio transmission via WAN. In many cases, no dedicated network connections can be used and standard domestic internet connections such as DSL are the only available option.
In this webinar Claudio Becker-Foss illustrates the content of the White Paper “AoIP over WAN with DirectOut Equipment” which describes how these connections may be used with DirectOut’s RAVENNA implementation RAV.IO in the PRODIGY.MP and what constraints and prerequisites need to be considered in such a setup.
For more information on the Vivivaldy project mentioned in the video visit https://vivivaldy.com