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Digigram announced IQOYA V*MOTE 2.0, a big update to its software IP audio codec for journalists/voice talents in remote situations.

V*MOTE is an Audio-over-IP “SIP” software solution for remote contributions that is installed on a laptop PC to turn it into a “contribution” codec. The application is straightforward to set up and use thanks to ergonomics, the company says.

 

IQOYA V*MOTE 2.0 now brings the ability to edit and save multiple connection profiles, matching different real-life network situations with custom latency / audio quality compromises.

 

Once connected, users can send live mic feeds as well as pre-recorded audio segments (such as inserts, jingles, news, etc.) sent from third-party applications, with Digigram uLink connectivity included with V*MOTE.

 

N/ACIP (EBU Tech 3326) interoperable since launch (a shared feature for the entire range of Digigram IQOYA IP audio codecs), V*MOTE now offers the opportunity to establish links to and from IQOYA *MOBILE, its iPhone counterpart, recently announced by Digigram, as well as with other third-party N/ACIP-compatible IP codecs.

 

Elaborating on interoperability, V*MOTE can be a companion to AoIP Production Intercoms as long as they also comply to the ECN-I3P (EBU Tech 3347) recommendation.

 

On the software side, this version includes 64bit compatibility with Microsoft Windows OS and the ability to run the software with a 100% software licence (a hardware dongle was required to run previous versions).

 

Digigram-hosted loop-back codecs and a diagnostic mode (providing users with detailed log files) is designed to make initial setups and fine-tunings easier.

 

IQOYA V*MOTE will be demoed at Broadcast Asia 2011, Singapore (Digigram booth 4N3–01, French Pavilion) and made available shortly after.

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