The IQOYA *VIP audio-over-IP software provides high-performance encoding, decoding and streaming capacity for both Windows and Linux applications. Using IQOYA *VIP to access and leverage Digigram’s established AoIP technology as a software service, ecosystem partners can quickly create their own live-streaming, processing and encoding systems, said Digigram.
Martin Dutasta, product manager, Digigram, said: “IQOYA *VIP can integrate seamlessly with any audio software solution on a physical PC platform, as well as on virtual machines, to provide a cost-effective and flexible solution with performance comparable to that of hardware-based solutions.
For users, these benefits translate to versatile and reliable encoding, decoding, processing, routing and streaming of multiple high-quality audio programmes over IP.”IQOYA *VIP runs as a software service in Windows or Linux environments on physical or virtual instances.
Among the first AoIP software engines to combine full-duplex ACIP capability with real-time audio AES67 connectivity, the new Digigram product enables a variety of value-added
use cases ranging from a simple AES67 AoIP virtual sound card to a complex multiformat transcoding farm for headend distribution.
Capable of accepting all major broadcast audio formats, the Digigram software features stereo and multi-channel audio I/O, accommodates up to 32 stereo virtual sound card devices, and offers multiple simultaneous encode/decode functionality, with support for AoIP streaming protocols including RTP/UDP, ACIP (EBU Tech 3326), AES67, Livewire, MPEG-TS, and Icecast/SHOUTcast.