NDI is a technology from NewTek that allows video to travel over your IP network, meaning sources can be sent anywhere on a network wirelessly or with a single ethernet cable. Postperspective.com recently posted a great article covering the ability to share post production workflows in real time with the power of NDI.
PTZOptics PTZ Cameras are terrific devices to elevate your live production. And, when you add the power of NDI, they bring a level of flexibility and quality that will truly set your live stream apart. NDI is always evolving, and with NDI version 4 there are plenty of updates and new features, that have now been bought to PTZOptics.
One of the most important elements of any NDI production workflow is NDI tools. This is a free software suite from NewTek that includes the tools you need to elevate your NDI production and troubleshoot as needed. The suite includes tools like screen capture, studio monitor, virtual input and more absolute essentials.
A PTZOptics camera is a great way to step up your IP production, with smooth camera motions and flexibility, they are a sure fire way to increase your quality and efficiency within your production. Recently, avixa.org posted a great article detailing how PTZOptics cameras can be used in an IP-Based Broadcast.
NDI Converters are a great way to expand the NDI capabilities of your live streaming workflow, by integrating both wired HDMI or SDI devices, with traditional NDI sources, for ultimate flexibility. BirdDog and NewTek both have a large variety of NDI converters to chose from, and it can be challenging to know which one is best for your production. Luckily, we're here to help.
Broadcasters have been forced to change their approach to producing content, whether they like it or not. Newscast Studio recently sat down with Doctor Andrew Cross from NewTek and Vizrt to discuss the landscape of live streaming, how things have changed and what broadcasters should be doing to keep up.