Deltacast DELTA-stat IP now supports NewTek NDI protocol and more
NewTek's NDI technology is big news at the 2016 NAB show. Here is a new integration of that technology that shows extended support for Deltacast and any NDI-enabled system or device!

Deltacast Show NewTek TriCaster Solutions Support

by The Broadcast Bridge Deltacast New solutionsDeltacast show several upgraded solutions for arenas, stadiums and sporting events at the 2016 NAB Show. Many offer extended support for NewTek TriCaster and NDI protocol. The Deltacast DELTA-stat IP, a complete turnkey solution to manage sports graphics display, gets a brand new interface dedicated to Baseball. In the top ten of the most popular sports, baseball has 500 million fans worldwide. The easy to use DELTA-stat IP provides amazing capabilities to generate and display graphics such as pre-game animations and presentations, clocks, animated scores, statistics management, actions, referee decisions and more. Already supporting NewTek AirSend protocol, connecting to TriCaster and 3Play with an Ethernet cable, without using video inputs, DELTA-stat IP now supports NewTek NDI protocol. The implementation of NewTek NDI protocol makes DELTA-stat IP compatible and recognizable with any NDI-enabled system and device, over the network.

Football

LiveCG Football 2.0, the new version of the software application dedicated to football scoring, timing, statistics, graphics management, features groundbreaking enhancements. Further to the extended support of NewTek TriCaster and 3Play, LiveCG Football 2.0 supports NewTek NDI protocol to connect to multiple NDI devices at the same time with only one license, also supporting SDI cards and computer graphic output, this new version features an enhanced GUI and preview window, an extended players and teams database, a remote LiveCG Football license connected to the main license, and a connection with OPTA services...[continue reading on The Broadcast Bridge blog]
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