What They Are Saying: Panasonic, Xilinx and Epic Games on NDI™

 

panasonic-new-logo

“When we first showed the ability to connect Panasonic PTZ cameras like the AW-HE130 and AW-HE40 with IP streaming directly to a TriCaster that was an eye-opener, but as we enable NDI using NewTek Connect Pro software in the system, possibilities increase dramatically. We have been talking to customers looking for IP based video systems across all video markets from broadcast to AV. There are many requirements for different applications but the emerging markets are looking for IP on a simple Gb Ethernet like this. Panasonic PTZ customers continue to become more diverse as these configuration options have increased.”

–– Michael Bergeron, Senior Business Development Manager at Panasonic

 

xilinx_logo01“Xilinx and NewTek are working together to help provide FPGA implementations of NDI™ for device manufacturers who wish to provide high performance integration between video sources and IP video transport on existing infrastructure.”

–– Ramesh Iyer, Director of Pro A/V and Broadcast Market Segment at Xilinx

 

Epic Games

2016-09-08_13-18-41“As Epic becomes increasingly involved with virtual sets and virtual production, adopting NewTek’s industry-leading IP protocol made complete sense for us. Having multiple live video sources and the outputs of all Unreal Engine technology available on a standard GigE network is liberating. The challenge of getting video in and out of UE4 and then distributing it are made exponentially easier with NDI. The NDI SDK is also very easy to work with, and NewTek have been very helpful throughout our implementation process. We look forward to bringing NDI to the UE4 community.”

–– Kim Libreri, Chief Technology Officer at Epic Games

To learn more about NDI, please visit NDI.NewTek.com.