At last!! NDI CAMERA APP for Android and IOS

SuburbNews

New member
We run a tricaster mini with HDMI input, so if you want iphone screens to tricaster then try using Apple tv in between, it receives whatever you have on the iphone wirelessly if on same wifi network, then hard cable hdmi to tricaster
 

kanep

NewTek SE
I would highly recommend that it be Gigabit. Beyond that, you want a unit with a high performance WiFi access point, wireless-N as a minimum, but 802.11ac if you can get it. A unit with MIMO would be recommend as well. Having access to the 2.4G or 5G spectrum can be a benefit as well so you have more options for spectrum availability.
 

TakeOneDigital

Video Producer, So Calif.
Any update on using DJI Osmo with NDI?

KaneP or PIZZAZ - any update on using the Osmo over NDI or such for live shots into Tricaster? I saw the OZJIB, a 12' single-pole lightweight portable jib for the Osmo at NAB and thought that this could be an AMAZING new way to provide true jib shots at a whole new portability and price point. But the trick is getting out of the Osmo and into the Tricaster. Thoughts? Workflows? Gear?
 

PIZAZZ

NewTek System Integrator
KaneP or PIZZAZ - any update on using the Osmo over NDI or such for live shots into Tricaster? I saw the OZJIB, a 12' single-pole lightweight portable jib for the Osmo at NAB and thought that this could be an AMAZING new way to provide true jib shots at a whole new portability and price point. But the trick is getting out of the Osmo and into the Tricaster. Thoughts? Workflows? Gear?

Can't use the Osmo camera itself since it cannot encode and stream in any way last time I checked. Slap a spare iPhone on the Osmo Mobile version and get after it. Just use the Newtek or Sienna NDI iPhone app to send the video to the TriCaster.

The other way is not near as simple but it might work for your application:

Standard Osmo --> Osmo Wired video adapter into ---> CrystalSky monitor then HDMI out into --> HDMI to NDI converter of choice, personal choice of mine is our NDI Viewfinder converter.
At least this way keeps all your signal flow on hardwired connections.

http://store.dji.com/product/osmo-proraw-wired-video-adapter?site=brandsite
http://store.dji.com/product/crystalsky?from=compatibility
http://www.pizazz.com/ndi-solutions/
 
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