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    Melting Video Feed in Isocorder

    I just returned from a Job in San Diego where I used 4 Connect Spark SDI to encode SDI from 4x Cameras to NDI for archival recording.
    I connected the sparks with a Ubiquiti Unifi network. I had 4 laptops that were each running Studio Monitor and the Web Ui for the spark. I was recording locally with the studio monitor and remotely on the spark.
    On an additional laptop I was running Livestream Studio with four NDI inputs. Livestream was only used to record these inputs.
    The last detail and where things got weird were the two laptop that I was running Isocorder on. These feeds sometimes appeared to melt both in the preview and the record.

    Any clue?

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    Quote Originally Posted by artchitecture View Post
    These feeds sometimes appeared to melt both in the preview and the record.
    Can you post something to show what you are describing as 'melting'?
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