Deploy a video over IP standard when just covering the basics is not good enough
At InfoComm 2019 NewTek will be demonstrating how the latest enhancements to NDI® provide exciting benefits and value to enable AV solutions.
See why NewTek live production systems with NDI® is the must-have solution for schools, churches, businesses, governmental agencies and many more. Unlike other IP protocols for video and audio, NDI emerged from the extremely demanding arena of live production where providing multiple real-time, bi-directional, high resolution streams are not just nice to have, but an absolute requirement.
Acquisition- grab all the action with NDI® PTZ Cameras, video, audio, tally, control—and even power—all over a single Ethernet cable.
Production- create Live and On-Demand shows with TriCaster solutions as the most complete, all-in-one video production systems in the world.
Communication- provide remote access for personnel to join in on meetings and presentations with broadcast-quality Skype® video calling with TalkShow.
Conversion- add SDI and HDMI devices as sources with Spark™ converters- the fastest, easiest way to capture video
Discover what IP video can do to make your AV systems, your internal productions, and your business succeed.
Come experience the NDI difference including tools and an SDK available at no charge, cost-effective applications, and NDI converters, cameras, and production systems.
Connect now with NewTek to book your personalized demo at InfoComm 2019 Booth #1925.
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