In a single, interconnected production environment, where any device can connect to every other device–and every source is also a destination–live production has limitless possibilities. The future of live production is at NewTek today. Get started with NDI.
"Using the NewTek TriCaster in house here at EMC2 enables us to make a television quality production with a very limited crew." – David Ross, Senior Manager EMC2 TV EMC2, a multinational corporation in the data storage, cloud computing industry...
Broadcast Beat’s Ryan Salazar sat down with Rex Olson, VP of marketing programs for NewTek, and Michael Kammes, director of technology at Key Code Media for an in-depth discussion of NewTek’s Network Device Interface (NDI®), a technology that is bringing bi-directional IP workflow to video production. NDI’s impact is not only present across NewTek’s product line in the TriCaster, TriCaster Advanced Edition, and the NewTek IP series production systems, but also products from hundreds of manufacturers that are now the hands of millions of users. The new level of capabilities contained in the NewTek IP Series, with hybrid IP/SDI workflow and modular, scalable design, are covered as well.
The conversation also ranged into the capabilities in NewTek production systems for automation, with a command system that makes complex sequences of operations into one button push for an operator. Other capabilities of TriCaster Advanced Edition, including augmented reality, new compositing engine, and more, are also discussed. Ryan, Michael, and Rex also provided an overview of the capabilities for any workflow of NewTek Connect, Telestrator, and other new NDI applications, all of which operate within a standard gigabit ethernet network.