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    Post Digital signage using NDI

    Hi there,
    We are in charge of installing 90 tvs in a sport arena.
    We'll drive the video signals using a TC1.
    The 90 tvs will have a simultaneous same signal (multicast i suppose)
    All the network equipment is in 1Gb, and fiber 10Gb between switches

    we have 16 vip rooms that need further control :
    each will need to be able to show :
    - 1 video feed from the tricaster
    - 1 video loop (Brand of the vip room)
    We'll need to make it as easy to use as possible :
    - need to switch easily between the channels, by the tricaster opérator (no need to switch directy on the tv)
    - Capacity to upload the media on each VIP romm server via a web interface (ie)
    We though using kane's Vlc and a NAS -> NDI Studio monitor controlled via macro on the TriCaster.
    What about the bandwith ? i suppose it won't handle so many connections (16 NDI + 1 multicast + playing 16 movies from a nas)

    Any idea ?

    Thanks in advance !

    Best

    Loïc
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    I highly recommend the Intel Computstick as a way to go. I've got the i3/m3 version and with a USB to ethernet adapter, works great for NDI or local display. It's about $300.

    I've not tried the Atom based Computestick, at $125, but it may work just as well.

    Here are links:

    Intel Compute Stick CS325 Computer with Intel Core m3 processor (BOXSTK2m3W64CC) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01AZC4IKK..._GRU9CbR2056ZP

    Intel Compute Stick CS125 Computer with Intel Atom x5 Processor and Windows 10 (BOXSTK1AW32SC) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01AZC4NHS..._dSU9CbR8HZK61

    Or

    Intel Compute Stick CS125 Computer Atom x5 Processor and Windows 10 (BOXSTK1AW32SCR) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01ASB0DJref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_0WU9CbZ3NNMSQ

    Cheers!

    Fritz Golman
    Museum of Broadcast Communications
    Last edited by fgolman; 06-04-2019 at 04:10 PM.

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    Hi golman, thx for the links !
    I'll try those asap and let you know.
    I'll also try the atom, but the first stick seems to be raisonnable concerning price and effectiveness.

    Best
    Loïc
    TriCaster TC-1
    TC1 LP
    NC1 I/O
    Spark HDMI / SDI
    Spark Pro
    HE130 Panasonic
    PTZ1 Newtek
    Livestream Studio Station (8i/10o)
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    Quote Originally Posted by loic CAREPROD View Post
    Hi golman, thx for the links !
    I'll try those asap and let you know.
    I'll also try the atom, but the first stick seems to be raisonnable concerning price and effectiveness.

    Best
    Loïc
    Hi Loic

    We have seen great results using Sienna NDI Monitor for Ubuntu and the Beelink N41
    This does a great, and very reliable job of displaying HD and even UHD30 via HDMI, with a remote web interface for control of source selection.

    Only 200 Euros for the hardware.
    https://www.amazon.fr/Beelink-Gemini...gateway&sr=8-3

    Contact Sienna for 90pcs volume pricing on the Ubuntu NDI Monitor

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    Hi,
    I'll consider that option too, as already discussed with Mark.
    Thks
    TriCaster TC-1
    TC1 LP
    NC1 I/O
    Spark HDMI / SDI
    Spark Pro
    HE130 Panasonic
    PTZ1 Newtek
    Livestream Studio Station (8i/10o)
    Xkeys
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