LiveU Adopts NewTek NDI™ for IP Production Workflow

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NDI™ standard creates a more efficient and lower cost workflow for LiveU customers Hackensack, NJ April 7, 2016 – LiveU, the industry leader for live video acquisition, management and distribution over IP, today announced its adoption of NewTek’s open Network Device Interface™ (NDI™) standard for its LU2000 bonded video transceiver. The NDI-enabled LU2000 will be … Read more…

Medialooks Integrates NewTek NDI™ Into MPlatform and MFormats SDKs

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“It feels good when you can offer a new technology to customers without a long development cycle: we appreciate the fact that NewTek is making NDI™ an open standard and provides a clear API to make use of it.” – Andrey Okunev, Medialooks CEO Medialooks, creators of professional video software development API MFormats and broadcast … Read more…

Sienna NDI™ Applications Released

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NewTek has been working with developers toward two primary goals since announcing the forthcoming Network Device Interface™ (NDI™) SDK. The first goal was to ensure that existing systems using NDI precursor technologies would work with the new SDK with no need for updates. The additional goal was to enable developers to quickly bring out new … Read more…

How Integrated Production Systems Are Going IP

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Claudia Kienzle provides a detailed look at how integrated production systems are adopting IP, giving rise to a new, Ethernet-driven multi-camera workflow.  In addition, a variety of specialized tools are now using IP to provide the interoperation that video makers still want even when they have chosen an integrated platform over creating a custom workflow … Read more…

IP: “Integrated Production” or “Ignore Pessimists”?

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“Today’s smartphone owners carry more powerful video technology in their pockets than the best state-of-the-art TV broadcast or production facilities could provide two decades ago at any price.” In this well-written article in the Broadcast Bridge, Ned Soseman tracks the evolution of digital video production from its 1970’s roots all the way to the current … Read more…

The Changing Face of Video Over IP

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TV Technology put together a thorough roundup of the latest technologies competing to be the standard that takes video production to IP.  There are a lot of candidates, each with a group of industry supporters.   Each has advantages, most have significant drawbacks, such as the inability to handle 4K, royalty costs, the need for signal conversion … Read more…

Dr. Andrew Cross: IP Workflows for Everyone (Part 4)

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“The largest set of IP options available within the industry.” In the final part of this four-part series, Dr. Andrew Cross, President and CTO of NewTek, shares NewTek’s plan to provide any manufacturer with Network Device Interface (NDI™), the protocol and SDK for Advanced IP Workflow, to make their products able to share to and … Read more…

Dr. Andrew Cross: Advanced IP Workflow and TriCaster (Part 3)

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“Tim, this is the future of video.” In Part 3 of the four-part video series, Dr. Andrew Cross, President and CTO of NewTek, charts the course of Advanced IP Workflow implementation for TriCaster. See the rest of the videos in this series: Dr. Andrew Cross: The Transition to IP Workflow (Part 1) Dr. Andrew Cross: … Read more…

Dr. Andrew Cross: The Transition to IP Workflow (Part 1)

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“The need for SDI is diminishing.” In Part 1 of this four-part video series, Dr. Andrew Cross, President and CTO of NewTek, explores how broadcast and live production technology is evolving towards bi-directional IP-based workflows and what that may mean for the now-25-year-old SDI standard. See the rest of the videos in this series: Dr. … Read more…

CrossFit Phenomenon Goes Global with Broadcast Technology

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Physical fitness is the heart and soul of CrossFit. Developed and introduced in the early 2000s by Gregg Glassman, CrossFit’s goal is to inspire participants to take a broad, general, and inclusive approach to getting in shape. To achieve that, workouts incorporate constantly varied functional movements performed at relatively high intensity. But CrossFit transcends physicality: … Read more…