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Transitioning to IP

Transitioning to IP

Transitioning to IP

The NDI Software Developer Kit supports finding, sending and receiving any number of video streams over IP

NewTek has produced an NDI Software Developer Kit to allow developers and manufacturers to implement the NDI protocol, NewTek’s Network Device Interface technology, to enable IP connectivity and video transfer between devices. The kit supports finding, sending and receiving any number of video streams over IP, with the encoding algorithm supporting all video resolutions and frame rates up to 4K and beyond, as well as 16 channels of audio and beyond. It also includes tools to implement video access and grouping, bidirectional metadata and IP commands.

Also new from the IP video technology specialist is the NC1 Studio I/O module that translates up to eight compatible video sources to SDI or NDI for input, output or a combination of both. The module can also be configured for dual-channel 4K ultra HD at 60fps with support for 3G-SDI quad-link grouping. It can be integrated with compatible systems and devices for switching, streaming, display and delivery, and allows users to stack modules in a single location or station in multiple locations.

Other features include a built-in video server function with extensive file format support, including full-resolution 4K UHD playback; real-time input, conversion and transmission of common IP video stream formats, including RTMP, RTSP and HTTP; and flexible audio integration supporting input and delivery of digital, analogue and network audio, including Dante and AES67.

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