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    Dante setup on new VS100

    We have a new Talkshow VS100 and a Behringer X32 Producer with a Dante card and we're using it with our TCXD300 (still alive and kicking lol).

    Is there a step-by-step guide on sending and receiving audio to the VS100? (and any help on the Behringer would be great too, it's a beast to setup). Do you have to purchase a Dante plugin on the VS100 and route it through a separate control panel or is it ready to go out of the box?

    I'm assuming we need a mix-minus feed from the Behringer via Dante to the Talkshow and the caller's audio to the Behringer via Dante?


    Thanks a lot,
    Nick
    Nick Nokes

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    Dante is installed on the TalkShow. You just need to select Dante from the audio input list to us it as an input.

    As for routing audio between the devices, you need to use Dante Controller (free from Audinate) to do that.
    Kane Peterson
    Solutions Architect
    NewTek, Inc.

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    Thanks Kane. Do I install Dante Controller on a separate PC or Mac that will be on the same network, or install it on the Talkshow?
    Nick Nokes

    Gear used:
    Tricasters (TC1, 460, 455)
    Timewarp Controllers
    Cameras (Sony NX5U's, Panasonic PTZ's)
    Birddog NDI Converters
    Unity Intercom

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    It can be installed on any system on the network with the Dante equipment. We don't recommend installing anything on the TalkShow system.
    Kane Peterson
    Solutions Architect
    NewTek, Inc.

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