Audio Over IP (AOIP)

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Futuri currently supports using Audio Over IP to send audio to your Streaming Transmitter (rather than XLR or RCA cables), if you're using either Axia Livewire, or Wheatstone Wheatnet-IP.

Once your Streaming Transmitter is online (using the Eth1 port on the back of the Transmitter), you'll connect Eth2 to your AOIP network.

You'll then need to send the following information to Futuri VIP Support so that we can configure AOIP integration for you:

  • Whether you're using Livewire or Wheatnet-IP
  • The static IP address and subnet on your AOIP network that we should assign to Eth2
  • The channel that we should listen to for audio
  • If your station will be using Futuri POST, we will also need the IP address of your console (so we can listen for mic/fader activity) and the channel numbers of your microphones. We can support up to 4 microphone channels, and you should let us know the priority order of those mics.

If you'd like to start streaming right now but aren't ready to use an AOIP network yet, you can start with an analog input (using the XLR/RCA breakout cable that was shipped with your transmitter) and then switch to AOIP later.

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