NDI support

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Oaktown
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Re: NDI support

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NDI is a huge game changer for sure!

If you like NDI, take a look at this: http://www.bird-dog.tv/ I'm waiting impatiently for it to be released!

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Mother of god!........
That is very exciting! Hoping in a few years the price will drop to the $400 range, but this is still HUGE!
Thank you for sharing. I will be keeping a close eye on this.

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Re: NDI support

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As a note, I have no ties with the developers! It is a bit pricey but considering that in addition to NDI integration ithas tally for both program and preview, bi-directional SDI/HDMI converter, it's not a bad deal!

If you really like NDI, you might want to look at this older post of mine on NDI programs for OSX and iOS.

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Re: NDI support

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I've been playing with those tools for the last few days. I like them but there is about a 1 sec delay.
I've also been playing with IPCAM4SYPHON which gives you 16 inputs over syphon. VERY happy with that little tool.

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So some say almost zero latency, others say 1 second. that is a pretty extreme range... whats the consensus? :-)

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Looks like newtek is beating birddog to the punch with their Connect Spark HDMI->NDI and SDI->NDI converters.

https://www.newtek.com/connect/spark/

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Would rather having hdmi and sdi in and out than a wireless feature myself. pretty cool though

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Luxcollective wrote:So some say almost zero latency, others say 1 second. that is a pretty extreme range... whats the consensus? :-)
Just like normal signal flow, a lot depends on your infrastructure. A 10Gb wired network reserved for media traffic is obviously going to perform better than a consumer wifi router that's publicly accessible for Snapchatting club patrons.

It also depends your content and show style. Running Powerpoint slides for a corporate event could look awesome, but using the same network config for a DJ event with fast strobing could look delayed/choppy/terrible.

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I have tested NDI today with a TriCaster 460 on the same network with a tricaster in a studio a couple hundred yards away on the same network but across multiple switches. Although it was truly impossible to determine actual latency in Frames or milliseconds, we were able to determine that the latency was faster then cell phone video transmission using FaceTime. Very promising technology. I had full access to all 4 camera feeds on tricaster and the program out from tricaster. Additionally, I was able to set an output to an NDI supported "screen" within the advanced settings which the tricaster can now pick up as a video source within one of the 4 NDI video inputs on the Tricaster switcher.


NDI has completely changed our workflow.
Michael Ruiz :D

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