In recent years, during the move to IP in broadcast production, broadcasters have predominately focused on video transport due to it requiring so much bandwidth. However, audio also presents challenges. Compared to video, not only does audio involve a substantially greater number of flows, but it also uses a diverse number of standards in production.
Audio over IP (AoIP) networking technology is experiencing higher adoption among TV broadcasters, prompted in part by a new transport standard ensuring more interoperability. Many of those embracing IP no longer think of audio production as an island, but as connected networks prompting interoperability to become an important factor. Above, SSL’s System T AoIP production system runs on COTS hardware like Cisco switches.
Linear Acoustic’s Martin Dyster, VP of business development/television, and Telos Alliance CSO Greg Shay will present their paper, How AES-67, the New Audio-Over-IP Standard, Will Bring the Convergence of Telecommunications, Studio Audio and Intercom, during the “Audio & Radio — Sound Progress” session of the IBC 2015: Advances in Technology Stream event on Sept. 14 […]