On Sat, January 26, 2013 4:52 am, Fons Adriaensen wrote:
> Word clock only at 48 kHz seems to be a limitation of some particular
Maybe, it has to do with the boxes I was looking at being ADAT boxes.
> I don't think there is a 'standard practice' for audio clock distribution,
So with video master the audio clock would be derived from the colour
sub-carrier then? (horizontal seems kinda low) It seems odd that for a
non-video source an even ten based frequency would be used rather than
something like 1.536M for example, that divides evenly.
> A few years ago that could have made sense as there were few MADI routers.
1024 channels of routing seems like more than anyone could need, but I
remember terminating a wall full of audio lines at one of my first jobs in
a small town radio station, so I am sure there are places with more than
one of these boxes.
> Probably yes, AES3 (known as AES/EBU here) surely is free. AES 3 allows
So AES10 (MADI) should be just as free? Or am I missing something? I know
there is a charge for the documentation for both AES 3 and AES 10, but is
there a use fee as well?
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