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Call for Comment on DRAFT REVISED AES70-1-xxxx - Open Control Architecture - Part 1: Framework

The Call for Comment on DRAFT REVISED AES70-1-xxxx, "AES standard for audio applications of networks - Open Control Architecture - Part 1: Framework" was published 2018-09-28.  

http://www.aes.org/standards/comments/cfc-draft-aes70-1-xxxx-180928.cfm
 
AES70 defines a scalable control-protocol architecture for the control and monitoring of professional media networks. AES70 addresses device control and monitoring only; it does not define standards for transporting streaming media or for describing media content. 
 
This Part 1 describes the models and mechanisms of the AES70 Open Control Architecture. These models and mechanisms together form the AES70 Framework. This document should be read in conjunction with Part 2, Class Structure and Part 3, TCP/IP communications protocol. 

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Posted on September 28, 2018 at 6:00:00 AM EDT



Call for Comment on DRAFT REVISED AES70-2-xxxx - Open Control Architecture - Part 2: Class structure

The Call for Comment on DRAFT REVISED AES70-2-xxxx, "AES standard for audio applications of networks - Open Control Architecture - Part 2: Class structure" was published 20185-09-28.  

http://www.aes.org/standards/comments/cfc-draft-aes70-2-xxxx-180928.cfm  
 
AES70 defines a scalable control-protocol architecture for professional media networks. AES70 addresses device control and monitoring only; it does not define standards for streaming media transport. 
 
AES70 is divided into a number of separate parts. This Part 2 specifies the control class structure that defines the control and monitoring functional capabilities of the standard and should be read in conjunction with Part 1, Framework..

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Posted on September 28, 2018 at 6:00:00 AM EDT



Call for Comment on DRAFT REVISED AES70-3-xxxx - Open Control Architecture - Part 3: Protocol for TCP/IP Networks

The Call for Comment on DRAFT AES70-3-xxxx, "AES standard for audio applications of networks - Open Control Architecture - Part 3: Protocol for TCP/IP Networks" was published 2018-09-28.  

http://www.aes.org/standards/comments/cfc-draft-aes70-3-xxxx-180928.cfm
 
AES70 defines a scalable control-protocol architecture for professional media networks. AES70 addresses device control and monitoring only; it does not define standards for streaming media transport. 
 
AES70 is divided into a number of separate parts. This Part 3 specifies a protocol implementation for TCP/IP networks. It should be read in conjunction with Part 1, Framework, and Part 2, Class Tree. 
 

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Posted on September 28, 2018 at 6:00:00 AM EDT



Call for Comment on DRAFT REVISED AES5-xxxx - AES recommended practice for professional digital audio — Preferred sampling frequencies for applications employing pulse-code modulation

The Call for Comment on DRAFT REVISED AES5-xxxx - "AES recommended practice for professional digital audio — Preferred sampling frequencies for applications employing pulse-code modulation" was published 2018-09-19.

This standard covers the use of certain preferred sampling frequencies in applications employing pulse-code modulation where there is a need for interchange of high-fidelity digital audio programs with a minimum of transcoding complexity. Examples of applications where such interchange may occur include, but are not limited to, master tape recordings (audio alone, and audio with video), submaster tape recordings prepared for transfer to a consumer product format, studio signal processing, and the point-to-point transmission of broadcast signals over satellite or terrestrial networks.

This standard is not concerned with sampling frequencies for narrow-band audio applications, such as voice-quality transmission links, or with processing devices in which both the input and the output signals are in an analog format, even if such signals are ultimately used for interchange of program.

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Posted on September 18, 2018 at 6:00:00 AM EDT


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