Date: 10 Feb 2015
Lecture by Mark Yonge, AES Standards Committee
The recent AES67 standard for audio streaming over IP networks provides interoperability between proprietary networking systems, and offers a basis for large-scale studio operations.
In many large-scale installations, audio signals for production and postproduction. The IEEE 1588 precision time protocol offers the prospect of media clocks that are coherent throughout an IP network without the need for separately-distributed sync pulses.
Self-contained sound studios based on must now consider a significant technology shift.
This lecture will discuss the role of audio networks and the rationale behind AES67, together with results from recent interoperability testing of practical implementations.
Could AES67 become the new AES/EBU?