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Effectively transforming an iPhone into a high-quality MPEG-2 L2 and AAC recorder/editor, mobile IP codec, the Iqoya*Mobile app allows journalists to record audio, edit, add content and send to the studio either live audio over IP or through FTP file transfer. All that is needed is an Internet connection, 3G or Wi-Fi. Iqoya*Mobile is N/ACIP compliant, offering seamless interoperability and a wide choice of audio codecs to match typical broadcasters audio quality/bandwidth usage requirements. It is also compatible with third party IP codecs in N/ACIP mode or RTP symmetrical mode.
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