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real-time audio

The transmission of live voice or music. It implies that there is no delay at the receiving side, or at most, imperceptible delays. Although an audio broadcast that is streamed live may be considered real-time audio, there is an intentional, buffered delay at the receiving end. True real-time audio capability is required in a two-way conversation such as voice over IP (VoIP). See streaming audio, VoIP, UDP and real-time video.
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The intelligibility of closed captions produced for live programs, which depends among other things on the accuracy and the speed of the realtime audio transcription, is at the heart of some Canadian broadcasters' regulatory obligations set by the CRTC since 2012.
It will enable operators to supercharge their service packages by offering customers a rich mix of voice and data, and end users will have a heightened multimedia experience from the resulting realtime audio, video and data streams their service providers offer.
introduces "ARGON", the industry's smallest and most affordable MPEG2/DVD realtime audio and video encoder.
DVStorm2 and DVRaptor RT2 deliver unequaled realtime capabilities, including simultaneous render-free DV and analog video output, five simultaneous realtime video tracks in DVStorm and three in DVRaptor RT2, unlimited simultaneous realtime title and graphics layers, realtime video filters, realtime audio filters, realtime 2D and 3D transition groups, along with full YUV 4:2:2 editing and processing.
A realtime audio webcast of the call will be available online at www.
A realtime audio feed will be available on the Internet on Thursday, December 14, 2000, 10 am to 3:30 pm EST.
5 offers powerful audio tools with over 24 tracks of realtime audio that can be mixed as it plays off the timeline.
These developing technologies are combined on the Virgin Records America site to present hours of realtime audio accompanied by animated visuals, creating an experience more like music television than a visit to a conventional Web page.