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Audio playback via Client Servers
 

1. Connect soundcard to the all media servers you want to use with audio output, install drivers and start PIXERA.  You can find the submenu "Audio" in PIXERA settings

NOTE
If you plug-in the soundcard, restart drivers, or reconnect soundcard while PIXERA is running, you will have to restart PIXERA software (Presence and PIXERA) to get soundcard initialized again

 

 

2. Next, set up a "Director Client" connection 


3. In Audio Settings, select system you want to set up:
 

 

4. Choose the driver you want to use on your remote machine. 

 

Screens 
Settings 
Project 
Help 
Initial Values 
General 
Audio 
Color 
Mapping 
Compositing Control 
Audio Settings 
Audio Output 
Settings for Service 
PX1-23687 
Audio Driver 
WASAPI 
None 
ASIO 
WDM.KS 
WASAPI 
MME 
Resource Distribution 
Preview 
Test Patterns 
Discovery 
Multi-User and Backup 
Control 
Startup 
Calibration 
SMPTE (LISB) 
About

 

5. Choose the Sound card you want to use:

 

Screens 
Settings 
Project 
Help 
Initial Values 
General 
Audio 
Color 
Mapping 
Compositing Control 
Audio Settings 
Audio Output 
Settings for Service 
PX1-23687 
Audio Driver 
WASAPI 
Module 
2- NVIDIA High Definition Audio [4 Outputs] 
GIGAPort [8 outputs] 
Sound Blaster Play! 3 [2 Outputs] 
Resource Distribution 
Preview 
Test Patterns 
Discovery 
Multi-User and Backup 
Control 
Startup 
Calibration 
SMPTE (LISB) 
About

 

6. Set Sample rate: All sample rates should be the same: repeat this step for all systems that you would like to play out Audio.


 

 

7. In the compositing tab, choose your layer with audio and, in the inspector, select Setup. Navigate to the Audio submenu and select “Audio on Service”

 

 

IMPORTANT NOTE

Audio will not synchronize across multiple devices

This makes this feature useful mostly in a fixed installation/museum setting, not in a live event situation. 

 

 

PIXERA 1.9.136 | 06. September 2023


 

 

 

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