What is NDI?

What is NDI?

NDI is the abbreviation of Network Device Interface, which is a network device interface protocol introduced by NewTek in 2015. NDI is a standard protocol for ultra-low latency, lossless transmission, and interactive control over an IP network. NDI is a network protocol that enables audio, video, and metadata signals to be sent over standard networks in real-time. NDI is bidirectional, low latency, and can transmit video up to 4K and beyond. It is used in some of the largest broadcast environments in the world and many pro AV integrations. It is also used by individual users for video presentations or game streaming on single PC setups.

What are the advantages of the NDI?

NDI is a video-over-IP standard created by NewTek that makes it easier to transmit high-definition video for live video or live streaming productions. The two-way communication that NDI offers allows NDI PTZ cameras to be controlled using one ethernet cable. In addition, that single cable can transmit audio and video.

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About Minrray: Minrray Industry Co.,Ltd, is a leader in cloud communication industry offering video conferencing products and solutions on a global scale. Founded in 2002, Minrray integrated manufacturing, research, and sales hopefully to provide a comprehensive solution to our customers. Backed by professional technical team with deep knowledge, Minrray has been awarded with many patents in fields of ISP algorithm, image processing and encoding technology.  With focus on products development and technology research, Minrray is continuously working on higher resolution, better integration and more intelligence. 

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