Continuing a recent trend, Axia Audio has announced that its IP-Audio Drive for Windows is now compatible with 64-bit operation in Windows 64-bit systems (i.e. Vista and 7). Previously it was limited to standard 32-bit operation.
Version 220.127.116.11 also adds “dynamic compensation for digital audio inputs with high jitter rates,” according to an announcement, along with UI enhancements.
The download is free. The IP-Audio Driver allows for a standard computer to send stereo audio along an Ethernet Livewire network.
Axia Marketing Manager Clark Novak said: “Our IP-Audio Driver saves broadcasters the expense of router or console audio inputs normally required by hardwired routing systems.” He said this is particularly of interest to broadcasters with highly-computerized studios.