Become compatible with the ecosystem and decode all NDI formats
Enhance your video connectivity: decode, transcode and encode our most advanced formats
Official NDI-made tools.
For the most used software.
For Android and iOS.
Set up, adapt and scale your production workflow, anywhere.
Play & stream in real-time, with pro video quality.
Bring e-learning and live streaming to the classroom and campus.
Easily set up and scale cost-effective surveillance networks.
Perfect hybrid and virtual conference setups, in any meeting room.
Process and store video at scale, with the highest efficiency.
Available only for software.
Available for software and hardware.
NDI High Bandwidth
Custom technical support
Access to NDI Certified program
Dedicated account manager
Integrates in Windows, MacOS, Linux and more
Integrates in Intel and ARM architecture CPUs
FPGA reference designs (incl. AMD Xilinx and Intel Altera)
Discoverability over IP networks
Video access control and grouping
Bi-directional metadata, PTZ commands and tally
Specify connection settings for any sender, finder and receiver
Custom memory allocators to improve memory efficiency
Asynchronous sending completion
AV Sync API
Compressed audio support
From a state-of-the-art overseas production to the room of a gaming streamer; from a smart network of traffic analysis to the most challenging remote surgeries; from an auction on social media with thousands of bidders to a parent calming their baby through a monitor.
Together with our growing ecosystem, we are developing the most efficient, easy-to-use, and interoperable technology for video connections everywhere. NDI-enabled products are instantly discoverable in a standard IP network without requiring complex setups. They can then send or receive high-quality, low-latency video, audio, controls, and metadata, all in the same stream.
This paper is a collection of the fundamental facts and best practices for anyone that wants to deploy or operate NDI networks. It is updated with features found in NDI 5.6, the latest release of our core technology, and it includes information about:
– NDI Discovery and Registration;
– NDI Protocols;
– Network layouts;
– Bandwidth charts;
– Cloud networking
and much more.
H.264 & H.265 with
No visible compression
artifacts for visually
Works in CPU, GPU
& FPGA for
Bandwidth at 1080p60
Bandwidth at 2160p60
Platform integration possibility
~ 130 Mbps
~ 250 Mbps
AVC (H.264) and HEVC (H.265)
H.264: ~ 62 Mbps H.265: ~ 50 Mbps
H.264: ~ 110 Mbps H.265: ~ 84 Mbps
CPU, GPU, FPGA
No visible compression artifacts
Please contact our support team for detailed instructions on how to run the upgrades.
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