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RAVENNA-2-SAP AES67 CONNECTION MANAGEMENT CONVERTER

This tool helps connecting RAVENNA devices to other AES67-enabled devices (i.e. devices based on Dante™, Livewire™, Q-LAN™ or other audio networking eco systems).

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 RAVENNA VIRTUAL SOUND CARD for Windows.

This version features 2 WDM playback devices and 1 WDM recording device.

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ANEMAN allows you to connect, monitor, and manage your networked audio devices.

networking Guides

DOCUMENTATION

This guide explains on how to setup and configure an AES67 system, eludes on some of the choices and ambiguities left open by the standard and describes how to circumvent the most commonly observed obstacles when setting up an AES67 network.

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This document describes the RTP payload format for transparent transport of AES3 audio data with RAVENNA.

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White Papers

The document explains the fundamental operating principles of the RAVENNA technology and specifies protocols and data formats employed. Targeting at interested manufacturers and system integrators, the document provides information on technological requirements and compliancy guidelines. Developers should be able to gain a good understanding on what is required to implement RAVENNA into their products or system environment.

On September 11th, 2013, the AES published the AES67-2013 standard for audio applications of networks - High-performance streaming audio-over-IP interoperability. This White Paper describes why RAVENNA is already compatible with AES67 and what benefits RAVENNA can offer beyond.

Presentations

Overview on AoIP technology, including networking fundamentals, AES67, RAVENNA, SMPTE ST 2110, NMOS and control protocols. A section an application examples completes this presentation, which was held at University of Applied Sciences in Rüsselsheim on January 22th, 2018.

Presentation at NAB Broadcast Engineering Conference, April 2015

Presentation at NAB Broadcast Engineering Conference, April 2014

Session paper - Presentation at NAB Broadcast Engineering Conference, April 2014

Presentation at 26. Tonmeistertagung, November 2010 - German language only

Publications

3 Part Guide from The Broadcast Bridge

The AES67 standard is sometimes misunderstood as the specifications on how all professional digital audio gear is supposed to work and interconnect. Not exactly. In fact, AES67 simply defines the requirements for high-performance AoIP (Audio-over-IP) interoperability. A manufacturer can implement AES67 anyway it wants, and there’s the rub.

3 Part Guide from The Broadcast Bridge

The AES67 standard is sometimes misunderstood as the specifications on how all professional digital audio gear is supposed to work and interconnect. Not exactly. In fact, AES67 simply defines the requirements for high-performance AoIP (Audio-over-IP) interoperability. A manufacturer can implement AES67 anyway it wants, and there’s the rub.

 

3 Part Guide from The Broadcast Bridge

In this conclusion, Part 3, of our tutorial on AES 67, we examine proper connection and configuration for AES 67 links. Understanding how each of these elements fit into the overall network will make both setup and troubleshooting easier.

audioXpress article May 2014

audioXpress article June 2014

audioXpress article April 2016