MAST

Description

MAST project is set of audio streaming tools using RTP over IPv4 and IPv6 Multicast/Unicast. Unlike VAT and RAT, which are designed primerily for audio conferencing, MAST is designed to be used for audio distribution and broadcast. It is currently limited to recieving a single audio source, unlike RAT which can mix serveral sources. It supports many of the audio payload types in the Audio-visual Profile (RTP/AVP). MAST is licenced under the GNU General Public License..

Mast - Rtp - Ipv6 Multicast - Ipv6 - Ipv4 - Audio Streaming - Audio - Using - Tools - Streaming - Multimedia

Published By:Nicholas J Humfrey

License Type:Freeware

Date Added:25 October, 2010

Version:0.2.2

Price:Free

Downloads:17

Size:174.1 KB

Platform: Linux

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