Lawo says it’ll introduce an essential new tool for broadcasters with AoIP facilities at IBC2019: AES67 Stream Monitor, a software solution for monitoring and inspecting standard AES67 audio streams.
According to the company, AES67 Stream Monitor gives engineers complete status information for 16 user-definable AES67 streams (each of which can contain multiple audio channels).
The software adheres to the ST2022-7 standard and can monitor two dual-redundant NICs simultaneously. Information displays include LUFS metering to help ensure compliance with loudness standards, a Stream Health monitor that keeps track of jitter and packet loss over time, user-definable per-stream over- or under-level alerts, and an SDP interrogator with stream addressing information.
AES67 Stream Monitor runs on standard Windows 10 PCs, and is VMWare compatible, allowing multi-instance deployment on virtual machines.
IBC Stand: 8.B50