jack_trauma is a simple command line tool to send N audio channels taken from JACK (Jack Audio Connection Kit) over IP, using UDPLite.
jack_trauma is lightweight and mainly oriented towards low latency, as it doesn't perform any buffering.
- type "make"
- -s: run in send mode (will run in receive mode otherwise)
- -c [channels]: number of audio channels
- -a [address]: destination address for audio channels
- -o [offset]: offset to be applied to outgoing channel numbers
- -p [port]: UDPLite port in use
- -n [name]: JACK client name
- -h: display help message
To do a local test on 8 channels, once you have a running JACK server run:
./jack_trauma -s -c 8
On another terminal, run:
./jack_trauma -c N
To send 16 audio channels to host 192.168.1.23, make sure that the JACK server is running on both hosts with the same period size, and run:
./jack_trauma -s -c 16 -a 192.168.1.23 -p PORT
On the receiver host, run:
./jack_trauma -c 16 -p PORT
If the JACK server is not running, jack_trauma will attempt to launch one based on your ~/.jackdrc configuration file.
Daniele Torelli - http://www.danieletorelli.net
Andrea Lusuardi - firstname.lastname@example.org
Copyright 2014 Andrea Lusuardi, Daniele Torelli. The program is distributed under the terms of the GNU General Public License (see LICENSE.txt).