AUSplitter and AUMultiSplitter don't allow it, although they have one input and two outputs. Why ?
It's because these are Core Audio plugins that are part of the macOS architecture (we didn't create them), so they follow their own logic (which we cannot change). The warning that comes up when you try to do this also explains this:
It is possible to do what you want just by creating an AUSoundInput actor for each AUAudioDeviceOutput actor:
Thanks you for looking into that on an M1. I have also had success maintaining a connection on the intel 2013 Mac Pro. It appears that if a skeleton tracking subject is not established and maintained the Kinect V2 camera times itself out - when it does this it takes down the OpenNi Tracker and ultimately the Isadora application. This is my assumption as without the skeleton tracking operating the camera appears to stop functioning from start-up.
Hi @dusx, you mentioned, "there is a known issue withRealsense on M1 machines running Monterey". I am one of the people who suffer from this issue. Do you know will there be any updates on that? I really wanted to use my D455, but I don't know where I can get more updated information about it. Please let me know if you do.