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NETAudio is a simple tool that detects network based speakers that you setup with NETAudio Streamer and allows you to play audio files.Once NETAudio Streamer is running, you can listen to audio streams over the LAN using NETAudio.NetAudio has been designed as a companion application to NETAudio Streamer to allow networking of audio. Currently only audio channels are supported.A typical usage would be to attach a external speaker/headphones to a machine and listen to a stream. You could also share a PC stereo setup between two PCs and listen to the stereo speakers of the LAN.NETAudio Streamer Description:NETAudio Streamer allows you to play a stream of audio over the LAN. The sound can be played directly, through a mixer or as RTP through a streaming protocol. It can also be synchronized to music via Sync-ON-LAN. You can also use the Sound Dispatcher system tray icon to manage and play streams.You can use Streamer to provide audio at an event. You could have a small stage or boombox with Streamer running. Streamer also supports 2 mono tracks, 1 stereo track and optionally a MIDI track.Simultaneous playback of audio can be supported with the use of Streamer's 2nd Audio Video output device.Audio Mixing with Streamer:You can mix audio by sending audio to Streamer via the 2nd Audio Video output device and using the stereo input gain controls.Tracks can be input to and output from Streamer via the Input/Output tab.You can also control the audio mix within Streamer with a basic track mixer.RTP:Streamer supports RTP Audio via its Audio Protocol monitor mode. You can configure Streamer to listen for the RTP pings from NETAudio.When RTP is detected you can configure Streamer with start and end times and optionally an RTP audio buffer size. Streamer will stop listening for the RTP packets after the defined end time or until the buffer is filled.Audio RTP Setup:To configure Streamer to allow RTP audio you must first add RTP audio to Streamer's Audio Protocol Monitoring monitor mode.To enable RTP audio you must add an RTPAudioOutletAudioUnit item to the Audio Outlets selection on the Audio Protocol tab. This outlet must have the same name as the RTP sink device name. The sink device name is the name of the sink device using the SDP 08929e5ed8

 

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