Maintenance update

Several bugs are resolved in the new version 1.3.8:

  • Save as Wave does not work yet correctly, please don’t use it. Will be resolved this week.
  •  “Try to minimize I/O cross-talk” option didn’t work for AAC-HE streams.
  • Changing the Windows mixer-gain was not possible when the “Windows default device” was chosen as Input.

An extra download option is on the right: “Windows zip” enables you to download the executables only, for easy updating the USB-stick installations.

More sample-rates on I/O

In the latest version you can set the sample-rate of the audio I/O to 48 KHz also. Luci Live2 used to use always 44.1 KHz at the audio input and output, but streamed at 48 KHz always using high-quality sample-rate converters. This was done to ensure that the audio input and output works with all soundcards or PDA’s.

Now you can set the sample rate for the Audio I/O to 48 KHz also, for the case where you have a controlled and known soundcard.

This version 1.3.7 can be downloaded from the download section on the right.

Save as Wave, v1.3.6

  • Luci Live used to record only in the same format as the RTP-stream was in. You can now record in uncompressed wave-format also. Go to Setup and New project tab and choose the option there. Important! Be aware that recording in wav-format consumes much more processor power. So, if you use a PDA, be sure it has enough processing-power and fast memory to do so.
  • A “Force mono” option in the RTP/UDP tab in Setup allows you to convert any incoming stereo stream to mono.
  • It is now possible to buy Luci Live2 installed and registered on a USB memory stick. This way you can use Luci Live2 on any computer.