On Thu, Oct 18, at 4: Do the same with Input Device if you select duplex in the Audio option. It works but it’s not so nice. Still “waiting for a master”. Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. The messages are just: By default, JackRouter is set to provide 4 Input and 4 Output connections.
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PatchBay is sort of a “preset manager”. Any example is good from any program to any other program in Windows.
So, the next thing is to get netjack working! I couldn’t find any relevant guides, especially for Windows. Free forum by Nabble.
I am doing the following: It works but it’s not so nice. By the way I am also highly interested in audio streaming over the network. Ack, wish you’d come along sooner, my setup is quite different now with my speakers connected to the windows machine instead If you are working with bit applications then contact the Jack Developers list for more information.
I’ve tried googling around but people seem to either say “It works! Channels might not match up as expected if you have more than 2.
JACK Audio Connection Kit|Using JACK on Windows
By default aplications are connected automatically to output. XP as a master and Win7 slave. Multiple channel audio is also supported, but may require more configuration than the simple setup described here.
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I think the simplest way is if you could tell me a concrete netdrover of how to connect some two basic nedriver source programs together. I haven’t followed the development lately, but i was a bit stuck, since i wanted to use JACK netDriver, but I didn’t know how to do it.
It is all done with ASIO. I currently have three systems set up: Search everywhere only in this topic. Also bandwidth meter shows that it’s uploading.
That seems quite promising and according to http: The driver appears when Jack is running. This is on a wired university LAN. Are there any other commands I need to use?
No problem at that time.
Maybe a Win7 issue