FabulaTech, a leading software development company which has built its solid grounds on the software market since 2000 specializing in device driver development, application development and systems internals programming for Microsoft Windows, Linux and Embedded operating systems, announced update and launch of Sound over RDP (sound-over-rdp.com), a nifty sound virtualization tool which was built specifically to enable remote sound from the local machine to the remote computer. Possible disconnects from the server side due to the encryption error after several minutes of operation fixed, this share sound solution is ideal for people working with voice messengers in remote sessions, call centers, thin clients' users, everyone who wants to use two-way sound over RDP protocol.
“Many people ask, what is Sound over RDP and why would anyone want it. Many applications use sound for various forms of feedback such as softphones, Skype, NetMeeting, AIM, ICQ and many others. Sound over RDP extends standard RDP functionality and delivers full high-resolution low-latency remote audio playback. With the help of it, you can access data of a sound input device plugged into the local machine while working in remote Windows session.”, said Alan Rourke, FabulaTech Technical Director. “The program is really simple to handle. You just need a working sound device, install the Workstation on the computer to which the device is physically connected and the Server side on the remote server from which you need to access your device. That's all”.
Main program features comprise the following:
- Support for input sound devices such as microphones
- Multichannel mixer
- Works with Windows Remote Desktop Connection client
- Virtual Machine compatible.
The program meets the best balance of the needs of a common user more than any other similar solutions available: simplicity, functionality, reliability and cost. No choppy sounds or cut-outs.
Sound over RDP is both for Windows and Linux available.