A practical guide to setting up an AES67 system
As the adoption of AES67 becomes ever more widespread, we thought it was high time we provided a comprehensive, practical guide on setting up and configuring an AES67 system.
While the standard defines what protocols and functions need to be supported, it still leaves various choices open to the implementer, which means that it doesn’t serve very well as a user’s guide; as a result, the thought of using AES67 to enable equipment using different native network protocols to interoperate can be a daunting prospect, even for the most experienced audio networking experts.
To make things clearer and to help avoid some of the common pitfalls in setting up an AES67 network, our RAVENNA/AES67 expert, Andreas Hildebrand (with input from Nicolas Sturmel at Merging Technologies) has dedicated a lot of time into distilling the process into a number of easy-to-follow steps.
The document covers everything you need to know, from an introduction to AES67 that covers all the basic principles of the standard, before moving on to explain how to create and configure a typical AES67 system. We cover system planning, device configuration, synchronization and stream configuration. The final section looks at emerging technologies and industry standards that can be used with and have an impact on AES67.
This is a must-have document for anyone involved with multi-protocol audio networking. You can download it in our documentation section
If you still have questions afterwards, you know where to find us.