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    HDMI-H264-IP Wireless Compatibility

    Any idea if this product would show up as a source on a TriCaster 460 with Advanced Edition?
    I just came across it on AliExpress for around $200 USD.

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    I'd be very surprised. If a product doesn't advertise NDI support, it almost certainly doesn't have it.
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    Perhaps if it has any information on what it supports for IP output, you might be able to get NewTek Connect Pro to work with it (which would be able to turn it into NDI). My guess is that this unit is for streaming, it will probably have high latency on the output.
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    Thanks guys. That's what I kind of figured. So, just to be clear, AE cannot pull up a standard IP camera on the network unless it has NDI support. Is that correct?

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    AE2 requires the source to be NDI.
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