2 Contents Page Contents 2 Introduction to LUCI Live 3 Supported devices 3 Features 3 Installation guide LUCI Live for ios 4 Quick Start Manual 5 Buttons 6 Work flow 7 Main display details 9 Faders 12 Settings 13 Stations 14 Info 15 Download stations 16 New Station 17 Title 17 Audio streaming 18 Audio overview supported codecs and bitrates 19 Audio host 20 Audio Credentials 21 Audio Channels, bitdepth, record, sample rate 22 Record to (Recording menu) 23 Play from (Playback menu) 24 Edit recordings (Recordings menu) 25 Start editing 26 Publish 27 Call diversion 28 XTalk compensation 29 Defaults 29 General 29 About 30 2
3 Introduction to LUCI Live Live two-way studio quality audio, broadcast to many different types of professional IP-codecs. LUCI Live transforms your PC or Smartphone into a high-quality, live internet broadcasting source. With the availability of mobile or fixed-line internet access and the use of LUCI Live, the cost of live broadcasting is practically zero. LUCI Live includes the built-in options of recording while broadcasting live. It also has the renowned Luci under the hood engine, so you can depend on reliable technology and software while enjoying features like input equalizing and support for high-quality accessories. LUCI Live can even play pre-recorded material during a live broadcast! Supported devices iphone 3GS, iphone 4, 4S, 5, 5S, 5C, ipad 1, 2, 3rd and 4th generation Apple MAC computer with OSX 6.6 minimum PC/laptop/netbook with Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8 Linux computers PC/laptop/netbook Android phones and tablets BlackBerry Z10, Q10 and Q5 Features for all platforms RTP over UDP low-delay streaming, two-way, so including return channel N/ACIP compatible 1-Way shoutcast/icecast streaming Record while broadcasting Play i.e. insert prerecorded material while broadcasting live Stream cloning, send redundant streams via 3G, Wifi, Ethernet simultaneously Codecs: MP2,AAC, AAC-HE, AAC-HEV2, G711, G722, ULCC 24-bit ULCC audio codec, 44.1 to 384 khz sample-rate Sample-rate from 44.1 to 384 khz ASIO support on Windows 3
4 Studio quality audio Constantly updated to the latest IP-technology and standards Free help desk via Installation guide LUCI Live for ios Install LUCI Live for ios via the itunes App store, so choose App Store on your iphone STEP 2: Type LUCI Live in search area STEP 3: LUCI Live appears and then tap BUY in order to purchase. You will be prompted to the payment page. After payment the LUCI Live App will be installed on your iphone STEP 1: Tap search Choose the LUCI Live app on your iphone to get started 4
5 Quick Start Manual Peak level meters OUT = level of audio going out to the internet (same as MIC level IN = level of audio coming in from the return feed of the studio Incoming stream indicator Green = ok Red = error Grey = no incoming stream Record button ios Status Bar: displays connection type and signal strength a.o. Choose the new station to connect to Choose file name to record to Choose file to play / insert Connect button: use to connect to station Mic button: press to switch on the Mic and start streaming when connected Play button Slider to control the level of your MIC signal (outgoing stream) Slider to control the level from IN (return feed) going to the headphone Mute / Unmute the headphone Switch On / Off your Mic Cue signal Go to About (product info) Important The Mic level slider is a digital gain,since on the iphone it is not possible to control the Mic gain of the pre-amplifer. The slider controls the gain after the pre-amplifier and A/D converter. Consequence: if applying a gain below 0dB (attenuate) the resulting level will not reach 0dB anymore. So for example, if the gain is set to -7 db, the maximum Mic level will also be -7dB. Use attenuation only when you temporarily need to lower the Mic level. The nice thing about this new feature is that you can use the dynamic range of the iphone to amplify the Mic signal from an otherwise low level while the Input Limiter will make sure that any overmodulation will sound undistorted as long as the Mic input itself is not overloaded of course. 5
6 Buttons Off On Explanation RECORD button; by activating this button a new recording will be started, but only when the Mic button is also On PLAY button; this button will play / insert the chosen recorded playback file MIC button; this button activates the mic. If a connection with a station is established, the stream will start immediately ANTENNA button; this is the connection button. By activating this button the connection with the station will be established NOTE: All buttons have an orange state, which means that the function is trying to be activated. For instance, the Antenna button will first turn orange when it s trying to connect, when then when it is connected it will turn red. 6
7 Work flow Recording To record an interview you need to activate your microphone input. Pressing the MIC button will activate your microphone input. The microphone button will turn RED. To start the recording simply press the RECORD button. While recording the RECORD button will be RED. You will be saving this file as Interview Simone 003 (note the black button and time indicator in the main screen). Note: If the incoming stream indicator is grey: then you are not transmitting / or not connected to the Echo Server, this is also noticeable by the empty IN peak level meter, when there is no return echo channel. Playback To playback a prerecorded file press the PLAY button. During playback the PLAY button will turn RED. You are playing the file Interview Simone 004 (note the black triangle and time indicator in the main screen). Note: If the incoming stream indicator is grey: then you are not transmitting / not connected to the Echo Server, also noticeable by the empty IN peak level meter, meaning there is no return echo channel. Real-time Transmission / go live To transmit a live stream it is best to first switch on the MIC button, check your levels and then presss the ANTENNA button to go online. The Microphone input signal will then be transmitting in real-time to the server. In this situation the ANTENNA and MIC buttons will be RED. Note: The green incoming stream indicator: means your connection to the Echo Server is established, and is ok and returned. 7
8 Recording your Real-time Transmission To record a REAL-TIME TRANSMISSION you will need to activate the RECORD button during the transmission. In this situation the RECORD, MIC and ANTENNA buttons will be RED. Recording a real-time transmission can be automated. To do this, simply switch ON in the auto record option in the Settings screen of the Station configuration. This function will auto activate the RECORD button when the ANTENNA button is activated. The file you are recording will be saved as Interview Simone (005). Note: The green incoming stream indicator: means your connection to the Echo Server is established, ok and returned. Playback during a Real-time Transmission To playback a prerecorded file during a real-time transmission, simply press the PLAY button. The PLAY button will turn RED. In this situation the PLAY, MIC and ANTENNA buttons will be RED. You are now playing / inserting Interview Simone (003) Note: Out peak level meter is the audio level of interview Simone (003). In peak level meter is the audio level of the returned echo channel. Note: The green incoming stream indicator: means your connection to the Echo Server is established, ok and returned. Playback and recording during a Real-time Transmission You can also PLAYBACK a pre-recorded file while you are recording in a real-time transmission, activate the PLAY button, and it will turn RED. In this situation all four buttons (RECORD, PLAY, MIC, and ANTENNA) are RED. Note: The complete transmission will be saved as Interview Simone (005) which includes the playback file. 8
9 Main display details Details of the main display when you start LUCI Live for the first time. Details of the fully loaded main display when you have setup the app completely and you are streaming. In the following pages we will explain how to set it up. Echo server = chosen station The Echo server is loaded by default. The Echo server is a free service and is meant for testing purposes only. You can use the Echo server to test your internet connection, the stream you send will be sent back, so you will hear yourself with a short delay. The server is located in a datacenter in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Also, IPV6 will be used if available on your local internet connection. To choose a new station simply tap this area. To add or edit a station see settings > stations. NOTE: The antenna icon on the left has turned black and is in motion: you are now transmitting. NOTE: The connection time indicator on the right appears when you are transmitting. 9
10 Interview Paul (002) = the name of the file your live item is recorded to You can set the name of the selected file to record to by tapping this area. For each new recording the number between the ( ) will increment and a new file will be written unless you change the name. As this is the second recording in this file the number 2 was added. For creating new recording files see Settings > Record to. NOTE: The rec icon on the left has turned black: meaning you are now recording. NOTE: The recording time indicator on the right appears when you are recording. Interview Paul (001) = the name of the file you want to play or insert You can insert a pre-recorded file while broadcasting live. While playing this file the Mic signal will be muted. For inserting a prerecorded file tap this area and or see Settings > Play from. NOTE: The play icon on the left has turned black: meaning you are now inserting a prerecorded file into your live transmission. NOTE: The remaining play time indicator on the right is counting backwards. 10
11 Peak level meters = indicators of the signal levels OUT: indicates the level of the signal transmitted to the station, either generated from your MIC or from your inserted file. IN: indicates the level of the return signal from the station. NOTE: The green button at the bottom left, this is the incoming stream indicator and can be gray, green or red. (Green = OK, Gray = no incoming stream, Red = error). An error does not necessarily mean you can hear this or something is seriously wrong. LUCI Live will try to make errors inaudible. When the red light turns on intermittently every second or even turns grey (= no stream for a second), then the network conditions are too bad for a decent live report. Always check your ios Status Bar before going live. This displays your connection and signal strength. Important LUCI Live integrates a software Limiter which protects the outgoing signal from clipping. If the limiter kicks in, the peak indicator will become orange, if the audio input overloads the peak indicator will become red. 11
12 Faders The headphone fader controls the level of the returning IN signal from the station going to the headphones. Range -20dB to +20dB one step per db. The headphone can be muted by tapping the headphone icon at the bottom of the fader. Tap on unmuted Tap off muted The microphone fader controls the level of your streaming OUT signal going to the studio. Range -20dB to +20dB one step per db. Check the OUT-peak level meter if you need to adjust the level of the out-going signal to the station. In order to hear yourself back through your headphone, you can cue your mic signal by tapping the microphone icon at the bottom of the fader. Tap uncued microphone Tap cued microphone NOTE: The Mic level fader is a digital gain control as on the iphone itself it is not possible to control the Mic gain of the preamplifier. This means that it will control the gain after the preamplifier and A/D converter and will have one important consequence: if you apply a gain below 0dB (attenuate) the resulting level will not reach 0dB anymore. So if you for instance set the gain to -7dB, the maximum outgoing Mic level will be -7dB also. So use the LUCI attenuation only when you temporarily need to lower the Mic level. Nice thing about this new feature is that you can use the very good dynamic range of the iphone to amplify the Mic signal from an otherwise too low level while the Input Limiter will make sure that an overload will sound undistorted as long as the Mic input itself is not overloaded of course. 12
13 Settings Tap settings in the main screen in order to alter or adjust the following settings: Go to Stations for setting up, choosing and/or adding stations Go to Recording for choosing new or existing files Go to Playback for choosing playback files Go to Recordings for choosing a recorded file to be edited Go to Call diversion for dis- or enabling phone diversion warning Go to Compensate for dis- or enabling cross talk Go to Defaults to set up user name and password for SIP server Go to General to check port number and auto load recordings Go to About to see the LUCI Live product & version info Go back to main screen NOTE: Scroll down in settings if you don t see all the parameters. 13
14 Settings > Stations Use edit for removing a station in the list. You will be prompted to choose the station you want to remove Go to info to view and adjust the station parameters (protocol; codec; bitrate; jitter buffer; destination; channels; bit depth; auto record; sample rate) Use + to add new stations either by importing a phonebook (*.csv) page 16 or by custom adding a station page 17 Go back to main screen After choosing Stations of the Settings menu you will find the list of predefined stations, the possibility to edit the stations and to create new ones. To choose a predefined station, simply click on its name. A checkmark will indicate the chosen station. In this figure you see the default list and the checked station is Echo server. The Echo server is a free service and is meant for test purpose only. You can always use this to test your internet connection, the stream you send will be sent back, so you will be able to hear yourself back with a short delay. The server is located in a datacenter in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. If you would choose Call the LUCI office you will establish a direct connection between you and the Luci office. You will be talking to one of our support engineers, this will help us in supporting you. We can then do measurements of your stream for example, or to simply help you in determining issues with your audio card. NOTE: The connection with the Luci office is normally not active, please schedule an appointment at if you want to connect to us. 14
15 Stations > Info Use edit for changing the station parameters Choose done when ready changing station parameters NOTE: Scroll down in both view info mode (left) as in edit info mode (right) if you don t see all parameters. 15
16 Stations > + > From phonebook > Download stations By choosing From phonebook, you will be prompted to Download stations. Here you can load your csv file from a specific URL location. For instance: eu/example.csv With this function a CSV-formatted phonebook can be loaded into your LUCI Live app. To define your own csv-formatted phonebook for your reporters we have an example and a reference CSV formatted phonebook on our support page of our website. In this phonebook you can define the stations and your log-in details. 16
17 Stations > + > Custom station > New Station By choosing Custom station you will start the menu for setting up a new station. By choosing Custom station you will start the menu for setting up a new station. As the Echo Server was checked before, your New station window will have exactly the same settings as the Echo server. untitled station From here you will be prompted to Title. > Title Fill in the name of your station. Always start by giving the new station a name, otherwise it will not be saved. In this case we will name it Studio 1 and alter the settings. 17
18 Stations > + > Custom station > New station Audio > Streaming protocol The following supported protocols can be set: RTP: send and receive a symmetric RTP stream with integrated signalling. SC-RTP: send and receive a symmetric RTP stream with integrated signalling. Send the same stream on all available active network-interfaces. So when you have 3G and a WIFI connection, LUCI will send 2 streams. This way, if 1 connection breaks up, the studio will still receive the other. In addition to this, LUCI will send also streams via IPV4 and PV6 if the network-interface and the studio support it. N/ACIP: is an EBU standard that is basically the same as SIP. You can use N/ACIP in combination with formats like G711, G722 to connect to standard VOIP equipment. Or use other codecs like AAC-HE or MP2 to connect to other N/ACIP compliant codecs. Shoutcast: Luci can be a source for a Shoutcast internet radio station you operate. Icecast: Luci can be a source for an Icecast internet radio station you operate. 18
19 Audio > Streaming codec Select here one of the following codec formats for the outgoing stream to the studio: MP2 AAC-HE or AAC-HE v2 G.711 A-Law or G711 u-law G.722 L16 ULCC or ULCC-S bitrate Default value is set on 64 kbps. Set the bitrate of the codec format you select. For the outgoing stream. Supported bitrates depend on the chosen codec. jitter buffer Default value 100 ms (WiFi) / 200 ms (3G). Supported buffer length WiFi and 3G: 10 ms to 500 ms. This is the jitter buffer that LUCI uses for the RETURN stream. This will NOT have any influence on the outgoing stream to the studio. Overview for the supported codecs and bitrates MP2 mono > kbps L16 mono > 768 kbps MP2 stereo > kbps L16 stereo > 1536 kbps AAC-HE mono > kbps ULCC mono > 252 kbps AAC-HE v2 mono and stereo > kbps ULCC stereo > 492 kbps G.711 A-Law mono > 64 kbps ULVV-S mono > 51 kbps G.711 u-law mono > 64 kbps G.722 mono > 64 kbps 19
20 Stations > + > Custom station > New station destination From here you will be prompted to Host for filling in the IP address of your station, the Port number and the Stun (use only for N/ACIP protocol if needed) Audio > Host host The connection details of the server/codec For protocol RTP Use an IP-address or URL examples: or echo.lucilive.com For Protocol N/ACIP * Use or CODEC (when there is no SIPserver) where SIPSERVER is the URL or IPaddress of the SIPserver examples: or or For Protocol Shoutcast or Icecast Use an IP-address or URL examples: or shoutcast.lucilive.com port Fill in the port number you want to use. stun Only valid for the N/ACIP protocol, when needed. Use an IP-address or URL examples: or stun.iptel.org 20
21 Stations > + > Custom station > New station username From here you will be prompted to Credentials to fill in your login credentials. Audio > Credentials default user Switch on if you want to use the credentials of the default user that you have set in Settings>Defaults username Your username is the name you use to login at your server. Only fill in username if you want to log in to a N/ACIP, Shoutcast or Icecast server. password Your password is your personal log on credential belonging to your username. Passwords are used only together with usernames for logging in to N/ACIP, Shoutcast or Icecast servers. 21
22 Stations > + > Custom Station > New Station Audio > Audio channels Default on Mono. Select Stereo if you want to broadcast in Stereo. This depends on the chosen codec (Stations > New station > Streaming). bit depth Default value is 16bit. Supported bit depths: 8bit, 16bit or 24bit. auto record Default Off. If Activated you will automatically record your outgoing stream when you are connected live with your station. sample rate Default value 48KHz. Set Sample-rate of the codec format you selected for the outgoing stream. The chosen codec for Studio 1 is AAC-HE and therefore the Mono channel is only visible. If for instance the codec would be MP2, you could switch to stereo as well. 22
23 Settings > Recording Record to in Settings will activate the Recording menu. You can choose either a new recording or one of the existing recordings to become the file you want your next recording to be added to. Type the name you want to give to your new recording file. If you then go back to the main screen this name appears as the file your live item is recorded to. Your first recording will start if you push the REC On button (number 001 appears in between the brackets). On the right side of the existing recordings you will see the amount of recorded files of each specific recorded session. To choose an existing recording tap its name, a checkmark will indicate the chosen file. The next time you will start a recording, this name appears in the main screen. If you then push the REC On button the next number will show automatically to this name (between the brackets). Go back to main screen NOTE: For each new recording the number between the () will increment and a new file will be written. 23
24 Settings > Playback Play from of Settings will direct you to the Playback menu. Here you will find the list with your recorded sessions and files. A session can include different files. To choose one of the files for playback just tap it, a checkmark will appear in front of the file which indicates the selected playback file. If you then go back to the main screen this name appears as the file that will be inserted into your live item. If you then push the PLAY button this file will be played and the MIC will be automatically muted. Information of the date and time of the recorded file are displayed under the name of the file Name and duration of the file Listen to the recording before you insert it. There is also a possibility to edit the file (Settings > Recordings > Edit) Go back to main screen NOTE: By clicking and holding on a name of a file you will be prompted to choose an installed application to open the file with. 24
25 Settings > Recordings > Recording Edit recordings of Settings will direct you to the Recordings menu. Mind the S, this menu is different than the Recording menu as this is the menu to edit your recordings and even publish separately to an FTP server or to another application installed on your ios device. By selecting one of the recorded files the editor will be started. In this case we selected the file: Live Tech (001) The name of the recording, start and end time 2. Waveform representation of the recording 3. Scroll bar 4. Edit navigation buttons 5. Playback navigation buttons 6. Publish this 25
26 Start editing Zoom in and out your waveform screen by pinching and zooming. Set markers Left and Right to define the beginning and ending. You can drag using the scroll bar (1) to the desired location of the recording. To fine adjust you can use the two buttons (2). By pressing the set marker left button (3), the playback starting time will be set. To define a different end of recording position, drag the score button (1) to the desired position and press the set marker right / end selection button (4). The selected area will be highlighted in the waveform screen and only this part of the file will be published. By clicking the publish button (5) you will be prompted to publish the selection you made to an FTP server or to another application installed on your ios device. NOTE: You did some non-destructive cut and copy. You can delete the file by tapping the trashcan (6). 26
27 Settings > Recordings > Recording > Publish By clicking the publish button you will be prompted by a dialog to publish the selection you made to an FTP server or to another application installed on your ios device. If you choose FTP the Publish menu wil open. file name This is the name of the file to be broadcasted ftp address Please fill in the FTP address you want to publish to username If needed please fill here the user name for your FTP server password If needed please fill here your password needed for your FTP server codec Here you can set the codec of the published file bitrate Here you can set the bitrate of the file BWF BWF Broadcast Wave File is by default activated reporter/description/ country/organisation The last part is your metadata that will be sent along with your audiofile. You will see these parameters only when BWF is activated publish If you have completed all fields you can then choose publish in the top right corner. NOTE: All your recordings are uncompressed by default. If you need to send your file compressed set the right codec in order to do so. NOTE: Scroll down if you don t see all parameters. 27
28 Settings > Call diversion Call diversion warning in Settings will direct you to the Call diversion menu. By default the warning message function is disabled. Enabling this function will result in a warning message appearing on the main screen of LUCI Live every time you activate the Antenna button in order to broadcast live. NOTE: The warning message can be annoying but on the other hand you will not like it if your phone rings while you are on the air live. Check your ios manual for diverting your calls so you will not be disturbed during your live broadcast. 28
29 Settings > XTalk Compensation XTalk compensation in Settings is on by default. That means that cross talk on the headset will be cancelled. If you use a headset or MIKI cable and the radio-station hears themselves back too loud, turning compensate On is advised. This will cause LUCI to output inverted audio on the L and R headphone output. Settings > Defaults This submenu is used to set up your username and password for your SIP server. username Fill in the username you use to log in at your server password Fill in your password belonging to your username SIP server Fill in the address of your SIP server Settings > General This will get you to the additional general settings. N/ACIP RTP port Fill in the port number of the RTP stream of a N/ACIP connection. Default value is set on 5004 Auto load recordings Is default Off. If you enable this, a newly recorded file will be automatically loaded, ready to be played. Keep screen active Enable this to keep your screen and device active when streaming or recording. Display network jitter meters Display meters indicating the jitter on the IN stream and, if supported by the receiver, on the OUT stream. 29
30 Settings > About The About screen of LUCI Live tells you what version you have and gives you information about the developers. Check out the website for the latest news on upgrades, updates, features and applications. LUCI Live is constantly updated to the latest IP technology and standards. All updates are free. For upgrades to LUCI Live AV for instance - adding the LUCI Live Video features to LUCI Live Audio - there will be extra but reasonable charges. Learn more Development blogs Frequently Asked Questions Telephone support Documentation support General contact details 30
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