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    NDI on Intel Compute Stick

    Hello

    Has anyone tried installing NDI Studio monitor on one of the Intel Compute Stick pcs with Windows 10? Or is it too feeble for this purpose?

    Network would probably have to be connected with Ethernet to usb3. Can that worK?

    https://www.intel.com/content/www/us...k2m3w64cc.html

    https://www.intel.com/content/www/us...s/m3-6y30.html

    Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jwam View Post
    Hello

    Has anyone tried installing NDI Studio monitor on one of the Intel Compute Stick pcs with Windows 10? Or is it too feeble for this purpose?

    Network would probably have to be connected with Ethernet to usb3. Can that worK?

    https://www.intel.com/content/www/us...k2m3w64cc.html

    https://www.intel.com/content/www/us...s/m3-6y30.html

    Thanks!
    We have been testing with a Beelink AP34 which is a similar sort of thing.
    It makes a very nice NDI to HDMI Monitor (with NDI v3.5 Studio Monitor, doesn't work with pre 3.5 Studio Monitor).

    The N3450 CPU of the Beelink has 4 cores (vs 2 on the Intel Stick m3), but the m3 can overclock faster and has higher GPU clock speed.

    The new Studio Monitor can make use of good GPU, so its hard to predict whether the m3 or the N3450 will be better overall.

    I can tell you that the Beelink with 3.5 Studio Monitor seems to work fairly nicely for Full HD 1080 output from 100mBit NDI. Have not tested with HX sources - where again the GPU might come into play.
    Last edited by livepad; 04-27-2018 at 05:08 AM.

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    That sounds encouraging thanks for the info

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    I use the ASUS stick computer and it works great. Works on WiFi or Tripplite makes a great USB to Dual LAN. Only downside has been the inability to get the NDI Studio Monitor to go full screen with out windows tool bar issues.

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