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Thread: R.i.p. Sdi 7/12/2017

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    R.i.p. Sdi 7/12/2017

    Was nice while it lasted.

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    Spoilers!!!
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    Please!! Give us more info!!!!!

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    Remember when I talked about TC1 on this forum and said "but we're not done yet".

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    Exclamation Can't wait!!

    We cannot wait for another NewTek video production innovation!! You guys really like to transform the market and make our lifes easier!!!

    By the way, next week I will be streaming my first NDI production, "Festidanza 2017" (Several peruvian typical dances, very colorful I might add) I will post the link soon on this forum.

    Here's a sneak peek.


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    All this, powered by NewTek Tricaster AE and NDI

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    Quote Originally Posted by ACross View Post
    Was nice while it lasted.
    Didn't Samuel Clemens say something about 'rumors of my demise...'? But maybe the end is at least in sight.
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    I still miss Windows NT 4.0.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stream View Post
    I still miss Windows NT 4.0.....
    OK, here we go - file this in the 'seriously non-trivial' category:

    https://www.redsharknews.com/production/item/4728
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    Here are direct links to the new hardware NDI products being released.

    NewTek Connect Spark
    https://www.newtek.com/connect/spark/

    NewTek NDIHX PTZ1
    https://www.newtek.com/camera/ndihx-ptz1/
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    Both the camera and Spark look very interesting!

    One question that arises regarding Spark and existing PTZ cameras. I'm using the Panasonic range with IP control. Will Spark pass the PTZ control information back to the camera over IP?


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    Quote Originally Posted by fgolman View Post
    Both the camera and Spark look very interesting!

    One question that arises regarding Spark and existing PTZ cameras. I'm using the Panasonic range with IP control. Will Spark pass the PTZ control information back to the camera over IP?


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    The network connection to the Spark and to your existing PTZ camera would be separate, so you would need to use the existing PTZ control for your camera.
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    So, in other words, if you have a PTZ camera unless you somehow get that IP control onto a separate wired or wireless link, you need a second connection to the camera?

    Assume that my Panasonic IP control surface is already on the same network as where the Spark would be ...

    Or am I missing something? The Ethernet port on the Spark does what, then? Does the Spark only use wired or WiFi exclusive of each other at any time?

    Thanks!

    Fritz

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    You just need a small Ethernet switch at the camera end.
    Like this
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    This gets a llittle complicated, Fritz - I hope I don't confuse things further. I'm assuming you want to connect your Panasonic to a Spark unit to send its video as NDI. Not surprisingly, this will work just fine. That's exactly what Spark is for.

    You can continue to connect to the control surface in the same manner you're doing now, providing you supply a network connection directly to the camera. (The connection between Spark and the camera will be SDI or HDMI - no way Spark can pass camera control communication to the camera directly). This is different than when you connect a camera with native NDI|HX support directly to the network.
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