Using a capture card to record footage from another computer can sometimes present the question of: "How do I effectively record and listen to the audio at the same time?" For those who are new to a setup like this, the answer is not always readily presented. There are some tricks to this, but this is one solution.
Either through a local network by using a router, direct ethernet connection, or the home network audio can be transmitted. It takes two IPs: the server (source) computer and then the client (destination) computer. If the idea is to share through the internet, UDP ports may need to be forwarded. Once this program is run on both PCs and set up in server-client configuration, audio will be transmitted.
If the PC configured as the server goes into sleep mode or hibernation, the connection will break.
Guide for v1.1.2
- Server and client network response
- Reconnect function if crashed or client/server reloaded
- Program icon
- Lowered CPU usage