The IPS is to host a two day seminar on the topic of Audio over IP (Internet Protocol)
Networked Audio over IP? Ignore It At Your Peril...!
Internet Protocol (IP) is the method being used to move an ever increasing amount of data from A to B to C. Audio over IP (AoIP) is the collective description of sending real time digital audio over these data links.
AoIP has been around for a while but in recent years we are seeing more and more buzzwords such as Dante, Ravenna, AVB, Soundgrid, AES 67 and others. What do they mean and how will they effect the worlds that IPS members reside in?
The IPS will attempt to answer these questions in this special 2 day seminar presented with the generous support of Terry Tew Sound & Light Ltd.
We are bringing together a collection of experts to help explain what is IP and specifically AoIP. How does it work, and perhaps more importantly, what to do when it doesn’t? This is an opportunity to talk with the people who’ve been there and done that in the field of IP. To fill in the gaps in your knowledge and generally find out what all the fuss is about.
AoIP equipment on demo from suppliers currently including:
- Aspen Media
- Prism Sound
- Vortex Communications
In addition to the discussions about IP. This is also a marvellous opportunity to network with fellow sound practitioners, to meet people you might not otherwise have met, and also reacquaint with old friends.
Saturday night social
We plan to adjourn to the Royal Saracens Pub and Restaurant in Beaconsfield on the evening of Saturday 9 March only five minutes walk from the NFTS! Saturday’s seminars will be finished by 1800. Tables can be booked at:
The most convenient local hotel is Travelodge Beaconsfield Central
National Film and Television School, Beaconsfield, HP9 1LG
Sat-Sun 9-10 March 2019
IPS Members £40
Non Members £80
Price covers entry to the seminar over the two days, lunch on each day and refreshments.
Those who sign up as full members while at the ABC of IP event, will be eligible to a discounted rate for the first year of membership, equivalent to the difference between the member and non member rate shown above. This will apply upon their application being approved by the IPS Executive Committee.
The ABC of IP is presented with the generous support of Terry Tew Sound and Light Ltd.