Los Angeles, CA (February 2, 2018)—Spatial audio technology company G’Audio Lab has announced its Sol Livestreaming 3D audio rendering solution for 360-degree video.
Sol Livestreaming’s integration is specifically designed to serve up an Ambisonics audio signal to precisely depict and surround the listener in a three-dimensional environment. Intended for livestreaming content, Ambisonics is a format for capturing, transmitting and decoding spatial audio. In addition to capturing and playing audio on a horizontal plane, Ambisonics produces sounds coming from above and below the listener.
G’Audio has adapted its binaural rendering format for livestreaming and squeezed B-format Ambisonics into the AAC codec. Utilizing this codec allows Sol Livestreaming and its renderer to be adopted across multiple platforms.
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“Livestreaming, high-fidelity spatial audio will bring a totally new level of presence to live events,” says Henney Oh, CEO and co-founder of G’Audio Lab. “Through the magic of VR, you can now experience the sound of concerts, eSports and team sports as if you have the best seat in the house.”
G’Audio Lab • gaudiolab.com