Ethernet AVB guarantees the necessary quality of service required to transmit real-time media, such as audio and video streams. The IEEE 1722 protocol defines the messaging format for transmission of real-time media on an AVB network. With the efforts of the IEEE 1722 and IEEE 1722.1 working groups, there is a drive towards interoperability amongst devices that implement these protocols. However, control of professional AVB compliant devices remains a challenge. This paper describes a design and implementation that will allow for common control and interoperability between devices that conform to different control protocols, namely XFN and OSC protocols.
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