idragosani at chapelperilous.net
Wed Feb 8 09:14:24 PST 2006
Brad McIlvaine wrote:
> I've not had a moment to put everything together, but...
> Utilizing Jack as a Router/Patchbay/Central transport controller
> allows one to create a virtual studio. Similar to having different
> pieces of "kit" in a studio, Jack allows one to choose the tools that
> are best suited to each application and to allow them to work
> harmoniously... or am I wrong?
> Working as a Post Production mixer in a machine-heavy environment (HD
> Decks, NTSC Decks, PAL Decks, Software, hardware and various
> encoders, etc...) the idea of being able to plug together misc.
> components tro solve various problems is very attractive to me.
Yes, that's what I like also and why I suggested Ardour stick with audio
and let something else deal with the video... either on the same machine
or on a separate machine altogether.
Brett McCoy: Programmer by Day, Guitarist by Night
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