I am following up some ideas in a post I made regarding remote audio
from a Softrock in another forum. Someone suggested using Skype.
I have it set up on my
main PC that runs the HDSDR software for my Ensemble II RX, and on a
laptop that connects in another room on a proper hard wired network. I
merely want to be able to listen to the audio from the Softrock receiver
running in my shack in other rooms, via the network cabling and a
laptop. I do not need to be able to control it at all.
I have both Skype installations set to auto answer. I can call the
main PC from my laptop and it answers. What I have been unable to
achieve so far is to get the main PC to send the audio from the
Softrock's HDSDR software across. I am damned hopeless with this sort
of thing I'm afraid
I am running XP Corporate on both machines. The
sound card I use for HDSDR and Softrock Ensemble RC is the Delta 44.
How should i have the audio settings in Skype on the two computers to
grab the Softrock's audio and play it on the laptop's speakers please?
Right now I have the Skype implementation set to use M-Audo Delta 44
Multi on the PC running the Softrock, and the laptop has speakers and
microphone set to its on board sound card.