IP audio codec specialist Vortex is taking its family of CallMe products to MPTS in London, including the CallMe-TX Windows IP codec service, which the company launched last month at NAB.
CallMe-TX provides multiple instances of Vortex’ CallMe-T capability with ASIO/MME support for virtual and hardware soundcards, such as the Dante Virtual Soundcard. Vortex describes it as like having multiple CallMe-Ts running on a single computer. The CallMe-T is a hardware codec with Opus, G.722 and G.711 audio encoding offering balanced analog stereo, AES67 Dante and USB audio for direct connection to USB mixers and headsets.
Nominated for an NAB Radio Product of the Year, the CallMe-diRECt-X multi-guest browser-to-browser cloud solution will also be on show. CallMe-diRECt-X enables up to five guest contributors to be connected without special hardware or software and provides end-to-end encrypted live streaming and in-browser lossless recording.
The company will also demonstrate live CallMe integration with the RØDECaster-Pro-II audio production mixer coupled with MaxxKonnect Wireless connectivity to provide an alternative outside broadcast setup. Meanwhile CallMe Click-&-Connect is a browser-to-hardware cloud contribution solution which puts guests and reporters live on-air without a dedicated hardware codec or having to download special software.
Vortex are on stand K49 at MPTS 2023, which is being held in Olympia, London on May 10–11.