NDI : Capture Video Over Your Network with Free Software!

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Newtek’s freely available NDI technology allows for network video capturing to Tricaster hardware but also free apps like OBS, VMix, and others. Here’s how I’m currently integrating NDI into my workflow! See related videos: http://lon.tv/ndi and subscribe! http://lon.tv/s

VIDEO INDEX:
00:10 – Overview of Current Production Setup
03:41 – Connect Spark Device
05:00 – NDI Latency
05:33 – Windows NDI Scan Converter
07:57 – NDI on Smartphone
09:54 – PTZOptics NDI Camera
11:40 – Using NDI with PTZ Optics Cam and Chromakey
12:13 – Using Surface Go as a Monitor
13:15 – Using NDI with free software like OBS
15:46 – PC and network performance considerations
16:43 – Final Thoughts

Link:
Free NDI software: https://www.newtek.com/ndi/tools/

Spark Review: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xsigxOgO1Bw

NDI is a game changer for me in that it eliminates the limitations of cable length when trying to bring video sources into my production workflow. Now if it’s on my network it can be brought in just like the rest of my hardwired video sources.

The NDI scan converter can bring in low latency PC video and attached cameras directly or you can use hardware based solutions like PTZ cameras, the Newtek Connect Spark, and others.

NDI is a great solution for schools and houses of worship looking to add more video sources to their productions without the limitations and cost of running more video cable.

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