This button is only available in Dante Virtual Soundcard for Windows, in ASIO mode. The macOS version of Dante Virtual Soundcard uses Core Audio, and has no related user-configurable settings.
The ASIO options supported by Dante Virtual Soundcard are shown below.
||Size (in audio samples) of the ASIO buffer used when transporting audio between Dante Virtual Soundcard and the audio application. Computers with poor scheduling performance will need to use a higher setting.
By default, the Buffer size is set to 128 samples.
|32, 64, 128, 256, 512, 1024, or 2048 samples
||Default: 24 bit.
The bit depth required by the audio application being used with Dante Virtual Soundcard. Some audio applications may not support the Dante network’s native 24-bit, and will need a different bit depth set at the ASIO interface.
If the ASIO bit depth does not match the Dante Virtual Soundcard bit depth set in Dante Controller, all received audio is truncated or padded to the value the application supports, and vice versa.
|16, 24 or 32 bits
||Latency to insert before transmitting audio from the ASIO buffer on to the Dante network. This compensates for the variability in computer scheduling.
By default, the ASIO latency is set to 10ms.
|1, 2, 3, 5, 10 and 20ms
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