Digigram has introduced the new IQOYA *VIP AoIP software that is designed to provide encoding, decoding and streaming capacity for both Windows and Linux applications. The new system will reportedly allow users to create their own live-streaming, processing and encoding systems more quickly.
The company says IQOYA *VIP combines full-duplex ACIP capability with real-time audio AES67 connectivity, which allows it to handle uses cases from AES67 AoIP virtual sound card to a multiformat transcoding farm for headend distribution. The software also features stereo and multichannel audio I/O, accommodates up to 32 stereo virtual sound card devices, and offers multiple simultaneous encode/decode functionality, with support for AoIP streaming protocols including RTP/UDP, ACIP, AES67, Livewire, MPEG-TS and Icecast/SHOUTcast.
Digigram’s FluidIP redundant dual streaming system is also featured with the IQOYA *VIP with time diversity, configurable decoding backup priorities and PTPv2 clock synchronization. The software supports SIP signaling and the transport of auxiliary data like GPIOs, RDS UECP and serial data.
The IQOYA *VIP software can be implemented with Windows or Linux installer as well as configure and control the software through a proprietary web services API.