The AES67 Stream Monitor enables you to listen to any channel of audio in an AES67 Stream, either as two channel pairs of stereo audio or a single channel of mono audio.
Streams are automatically discovered using the Session Announcement Protocol. Furthermore, streams can be added manually. Manually added stream can be announced on the network using the Session Announcement Protocol for other devices.
The AES67 Stream Monitor supports all formats according to AES67 specification. Uncompressed L16 and L24 PCM audio at packet times from 125µs to 4ms is supported. 44100Hz, 48000Hz, 96000Hz and more are supported as samplerates.
There are pre-build binaries for Windows, MacOS and Linux. Furthermore it is possible to build the AES67 Stream Monitor for other platforms from source.
Settings for network interface, audio interface and options such as RTP buffering enable a high felxibility.
AES67 allows intercompatibility between other protocols such as Dante, Livewire, Q-Lan and RAVENNA. Most Dante devices support AES67 and thus can be monitored using the AES67 Stream Monitor. In general every device that has AES67 support can also be monitored using the software.