JackTrip Foundation publishes disk images that enable you to fully manage Raspberry Pi based audio devices using the Virtual Studio web application. This will enable anyone to build JackTrip-powered plug-and-play devices using your favorite supported sound card.
You can download the latest image (about 325MB) at:
You can use this SHA256 checksum file to verify the download:
Note that this is a disk image that needs to be flashed to the MicroSD card using a software such as Balena Etcher. You cannot just drag and drop the file to the disk.
The image should work fine with any MicroSD card that is at least 2GB in size, which is basically any card that is currently available on the market. Please review Raspberry Pi Foundations' documentation about selecting SD cards.
The images are a custom, minimal build of Raspbian (Debian, optimized for Raspberry Pi devices), created using the pi-gen toolset. They leverage systemd to manage the jack, jacktrip and Jamulus processes. All configuration and services are managed using a jacktrip-agent that communicates with JackTrip's web services for management.
To register a new device, connect it to your network via Ethernet and point your favorite browser at http://jacktrip.local
The image is designed to be managed remotely, using your web browser and the web application at https://app.jacktrip.org. Under normal circumstances, there is no need to connect a monitor or keyboard, or log into a terminal. However, if you would like to access a terminal for troubleshooting purposes, please see Troubleshooting the Virtual Studio Image.