3D Storm is now shipping the new NewTek NDI products

NewTek, NDI, 3D Storm

The new NDI products announced by NewTek on July, 12 2017 are now available in Europe

3D Storm has started shipping NewTek NDI PTZ Camera and Connect Spark NDI converters. The products will be presented for the first time at an International show on 3D Storm stand 7K21 during the IBC.

 

With built-in NDI® functionality, NewTek NDI PTZ Camera transmits full 3G 1080p 60 video directly to NDI-compatible products across a standard network. The NewTek NDI camera connects to the network and delivers pristine video and audio, as well as tally, PTZ control, and power all over a single Ethernet cable.

 

Once connected to the network, the camera is visible to all compatible systems running the latest version of NDI including: LiveStream Studio, SplitmediaLabs XSplit, Streamstar®, OBS Studio, StudioCoast vMix, Telestream Wirecast, NewTek TriCaster®, and more. Price in EURO of NewTek NDI PTZ-1 camera: 2.899€ MSRP. (International pricing will vary).

 

NewTek Connect Spark is a portable device designed to deliver SDI or HDMI video to a computer and/or an IP network, wirelessly. NewTek Connect Spark products are IP video converters, with built-in NDI® functionality. The units deliver video as an IP source to any standard network via WiFi or standard Ethernet cable. Connect Spark also records directly on the unit to SD cards or USB drives, controllable from a web interface.

 

NewTek Connect Spark works with all NDI compatible devices and applications in use by millions of customers including NDI computer-based live production systems from: CombiTech VidBlaster, Livestream Studio, OBS, Splitmedia Labs XSplit, Streamstar®, StudioCoast vMix, Telestream Gameshow, Telestream Wirecast, NewTek TriCaster®, and many more.


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