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I did a small write-up of it here: Once the program successfully opens the soundcard, it should appear in the connect window and be automatically connected to system playback ports. By the way I am also highly interested in audio streaming over the network.
I think the simplest way is if you could tell me a concrete example of how to connect some two basic open source programs together. By default, JackRouter is set to provide 4 Input and 4 Output connections.
JACK Audio Connection Kit (Windows), how to use?
Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. Both boxes need to be on the same network such that multicast packets can be passed between them.
If you don’t see anything else than capture and playback, then you don’t have an application connected yet. The messages are just: I allowed it, but even after that the Windows machine still says waiting for master.
I can put some completely wrong device there and JackRouter still works as it should. What I am trying to accomplish is do a simple route of program output to another program’s input.
Netjack client on windows
Several applications have native Jack support: I imagine this can be further adapted to get microphone input from Windows as well by using Windows’ microphone to speaker loopback feature it’s in the microphone config for Windows 10albeit at the cost of more latency. I need two systems running, with a mic on system A going to speakers on system B, and vice versa, in realtime.
For an overview of the command line options supported by the Jack Audio Server please see: I guess this probably should be done by reading the speaker output and writing it to a virtual recording device.
I currently have three systems set up: You we’re right, now I didn’t execute Jack portaudio any more. Psycle does not autorefresh that list, one needs to close the program and open it again. If you are working with bit applications then contact the Jack Developers list for more information.
I did a small write-up of it here: No problem at that time.
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I’m trying to route a windows playback device to play all sound on a linux speaker set, but the first issue of course is connecting jack from windows to linux over my network.
The users who voted to close gave this specific reason: Still “waiting for a master”. Does anyone know how to do this? jow
Maybe a Win7 issue Should I test some ports or put in explicit IP address for the master? I launch the Jack NetDriver item in the start menu and it appears to run OK but doesn’t see kack server on a mac – i get no outputs in qjackctl’s connections window. Apparently there is a system in place you could use called netjack jackaudio.