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Input Jitter VS Fram Rate
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Good Day, I am Rural, meaning my internet is not the greatest but I just upgraded to 5G point to point. That being said, and I am not a network guy, my frame rate is set at 2.5ms. I am in the yellow. However, when I set frame rate to 2.5, my input Jitter goes yellow and red, back and forth showing upwards of 179ms. It sounds like crap. I go to 10ms frame rate and everything else is solid green except for latency = red. My question is, is 10ms frame rate acceptable or should I choose to stay at 2.5 and just suffer the crackles and pops? I am a drummer, so latency is a challenge to begin with. Any thoughts are appreciated by the newbie. Cheers,
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(05-11-2020, 08:42 PM)Tyler D-Rob Wrote: Good Day, I am Rural, meaning my internet is not the greatest but I just upgraded to 5G point to point. That being said, and I am not a network guy, my frame rate is set at 2.5ms. I am in the yellow. However, when I set frame rate to 2.5, my input Jitter goes yellow and red, back and forth showing upwards of 179ms. It sounds like crap. I go to 10ms frame rate and everything else is solid green except for latency = red. My question is, is 10ms frame rate acceptable or should I choose to stay at 2.5 and just suffer the crackles and pops? I am a drummer, so latency is a challenge to begin with. Any thoughts are appreciated by the newbie. Cheers,
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Hi, for most people a lower frame rate will give better latency but could introduce some pops and/or crackling. I myself run mostly a 1ms.
However, any form of wireless (5G) will not do you any favors.
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Thank you for your reply. The 5G was just for bandwidth. I am not sure if Jitter can be improved in some other way other than increasing frame rate? I have not found that magic setting yet. Appreciate the response.
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(05-11-2020, 09:17 PM)Tyler D-Rob Wrote: Thank you for your reply. The 5G was just for bandwidth. I am not sure if Jitter can be improved in some other way other than increasing frame rate? I have not found that magic setting yet. Appreciate the response.
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5G is a wireless protocol/band, yes it can have pretty good bandwidth but, the nature of wireless protocol packet handling makes it unsuitable for realtime audio transfer.
Bandwidth usually is not the problem, the 'noise'/jitter is. Cabled internet is paramount.

'Input jitter' however is not influenced by networking issues but by your audio gear (configuration)
Which audio interface/external soundcard are you using?
Are you on windows? Using dedicated ASIO drivers?
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