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    NDI over public Internet

    Here is tool that will allow you to send NDIŽ over the Internet. It's current in beta, but you can try it out.

    https://www.medialooks.com/ndi
    Kane Peterson
    Key Accounts Sales Engineer
    NewTek, Inc.

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    For those of you who have been waiting for professional Wide Area Networking for NDI, Sienna Cloud for NDI (NDI.Cloud) is now in beta and is now free for all to try during its public beta phase.

    Sienna Cloud for NDI has already been well proven during the extensive testing and has been used for multicam sports backhaul, remote editorial monitoring, and many other applications between different cities, states and even continents.

    Unlike solutions based on video conferencing standards, Sienna Cloud for NDI has been developed specifically for broadcast quality at full frame rate, with the ability to control datarate, and unique features such as multicam frame accurate synchronisation, and support for fill and key over the internet.

    Professionals looking for a serious alternative to Satellite, or Dark fiber or an upgrade from Skype or WebRTC should claim their free public beta account using the link below.

    Sienna Cloud for NDI - Public Beta Registration

    More information at http://sienna.cloud

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    Great news, just in time for IBC!
    Kane Peterson
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    NewTek, Inc.

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    This looks pretty interesting.

    Going to have to play with it!

    I can definitely see a lot of applications, especially since (so far) it's FREE!

    Cheers,

    Fritz Golman
    Museum of Broadcast Communications

    UPDATE:

    Just ran a little test from my house (using NDI camera) to the Museum in downtown Chicago and it WORKS (at least point to point). Have to connect it up to the TriCaster, on our LAN via NDI, but seems like this is really something!
    Last edited by fgolman; 09-19-2017 at 07:02 PM.

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    We have had a great response to the Sienna.Cloud for NDI launch - enabling NDI over the public internet, within a professional, cloud configured service created with technology custom built for the task.

    There is plenty of technical information for those that are interested, in the Sienna.Cloud White Paper

    Hundreds of users are now registered on the system enabling them to share their NDI sources across the internet. Sienna.Cloud is a fully bi-directional system where each node gateway can send and receive NDI sources with any other member of their group. Sienna.Cloud can be configured to the lowest (and fixed) latency in class and has perfect audio sync.

    Something useful to know is that the standard model in Sienna.Cloud is for users to create a node for each of their locations, then a PRIVATE group to connect them together - this means that only another node in their private group can connect to the sources.

    However, Sienna.Cloud also has a SHARED group mode, where a user can create a SHARED group containing their nodes, and then invite a 3rd party to connect to that group via their own Sienna.Cloud account, using an ID and Password rather like teamviewer. After joining the shared group, the 3rd party is 'part of the party' !
    Either side can terminate the arrangement instantly. Here are some other great benefits of Sienna.Cloud

    So, the hundreds of registered Sienna.Cloud users who are spread right across the entire globe are *ALREADY* setup to create ad-hoc video connections with any other user who wishes to collaborate, within a password-protected group.

    This shared group concept is one of the really exciting opportunities which Sienna.Cloud opens up for remote production, remote interviews, and things like remote direction of editorial.

    More information at: http://sienna.cloud

    And if anyone hasn't yet claimed their free beta account, they are available by signing up HERE
    Last edited by livepad; 09-20-2017 at 02:35 AM.

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