Press ReleasePTZOptics announces plans to demonstrate the NewTek NDI over a local area network connecting the PTZOptics and NewTek 2016 InfoComm booths. This new low-latency live streaming protocol will allows for shared broadcast resources between multiple NewTek TriCasters and NDI compatible devices over IP.
Las Vegas, NV – NewTek and PTZOptics announce they will join forces in a massive live streaming video production event for the 2016 InfoComm show in Las Vegas, Nevada June 8th-10th. Just two months ago at the 2016 NAB Show (National Association of Broadcasters), NewTek released of an open standard called the NewTek NDI™ (Network Device Interface). This new IP technology built for the broadcast and enterprise industries has been widely adopted as the next generation platform for live video production. NewTek and PTZOptics will demonstrate NDI at InfoComm with over 20 live streaming cameras, multiple booth locations and a one amazing live stream available on YouTube Live during exhibition hours. The YouTube Live stream will include 3 user-selectable video streams show attendees are encouraged to interact with.
“This live stream will be unlike anything the industry has seen before,” says Patrick Kirby, International Business Manager for PTZOptics. “By connecting our booth with the NewTek booth we are able to demonstrate NDI with our new second generation PTZ cameras. We will be using the latest broadcast technology built into the NewTek TriCasters,” says Kirby. “The NewTek NDI was the most talked about technology at NAB this year and we are rolling that momentum into the 2016 InfoComm Show.”
NewTek NDI will allow for low-latency sharing of video assets over the local area network we will have between NewTek and PTZOptics booths for the 2016 InfoComm show. NDI will allow the PTZOptics YouTube Live stream produced in the North Hall access to all the video assets at the NewTek booth in Central Hall and vice versa. NewTek will be demonstrating corporate multi-camera video production that has never been more attainable. NewTek systems provide multi-camera switching, live streaming, real-time mixing, virtual sets, and more in IP-ready solutions that are easily incorporated into existing workflows.