Connect Spark™ Pro
The fastest, easiest, and most flexible way to acquire 4K UHD video for your IP-based production workflow.
- HDMI video input with embedded audio
- IP output via NDI® with near-zero latency
- Support for 4K UHD and 1080p video at up to 60fps
- Unicast and multicast transfer modes
- Web-based remote configuration and monitoring
- NDI® tally support with built-in tally lights
- Wired Gigabit Ethernet connectivity
- Support for Power over Ethernet (POE)
- Hardware-based FPGA and SoC technology
- Industry-standard, threaded-screw camera mount
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4K UHD to NDI®
Turn any compatible 4K UHD device into an IP video source instantly. Simply plug it into Connect Spark™ Pro, and the signal is translated to full-bandwidth NDI®. No complex configuration or excessive cabling required.
From acquisition to delivery, insert Connect Spark™ Pro wherever you need it in your workflow. Compatible with all systems, devices, and applications that support NDI®, it brings valuable versatility to every production.
Set up Connect Spark™ Pro to suit your network configuration and delivery needs, with support for all NDI® transfer modes, to include unicast and multicast UDP with forward error correction (FEC), and unicast TCP.
Portable and camera-mountable, with built-in tally lights and support for Power over Ethernet (POE), Connect Spark™ Pro integrates effortlessly into any professional production setup or studio environment.
About NewTek NDI®
NDI is in use on millions of systems and allows multiple video systems to identify and communicate with one another over IP, and to encode, transmit and receive many streams of high quality, low latency, frame-accurate video and audio in real time. This benefits any network-connected video device, including video mixers, graphics systems, capture cards, and many other production devices. This makes it possible to exponentially increase the number of sources available for live production switching, without directly attaching to devices, changing locations, or investing in expensive, high-bandwidth networks that simply replace SDI-based workflows.