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RedShark News: Why New NDI® IP Protocol is Big News for Video Production

September 08, 2015 by Chuck Baker

RedShark News provides insight for video producers on what the NewTek NDI open protocol, just announced, means for the future of video production.  What will NDI® do for you?  Which manufacturers are already ready for it? How soon will it be able to help you achieve the greater flexibility of an IP workflow within your existing production suite?

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Among the things Redshark News has to say: “Network Device Interface, to be known as NDI (sounds a bit like SDI, doesn’t it?) allows multiple video systems to communicate with one another over IP. The system can encode, transmit and receive “many streams” of high quality, low latency, frame-accurate video and audio in real time.

“Notice that this ticks all SDI’s boxes. This is clearly a serious system.”

Extra!  Redshark has added a second insight article about the “Exponential Production” potential in the new technology.

Read Redshark News’ NewTek wants to change the way we connect cameras

Read RedShark News’ NewTek’s promise of “Exponential Production” could be a genuine revolution

Read NewTek Press Release: NewTek Announces NDI – Open Protocol for IP Production Workflow

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