The Network Device Interface (NDI) technology will continue to grow throughout many industries and essentially become the standard in sending content over IP, declared Jim Murphy, Product Specialist & Development at Telescript International.
Murphy said this as Telescript announced that both its teleprompter and standalone displays are now supporting IP content using NDI. Specifically, NDI has been integrated into Telescript’s 4×3 prompter monitors and 16×9 1080p standalone reference displays.
Telescript’s IP monitors auto-sense full bandwidth NDI and NDI|HX protocols and users can select NDI sources via the easy-to-use browser-based interface, or by the source selection buttons directly on the monitor. Additionally, NDI tally data is available via the external tally port on the displays.
NDI is a brand of the Vizrt Group and a royalty-free technology that allows video, audio and data sources to be shared bi-directionally across a standard network. This eliminates costly direct connections, expensive cable runs, and infrastructure upgrades while turning every source into a destination instantly available anywhere on the network.
Michael Kornet, Vice-President for NDI, added, ““There has been a built-up demand from content creators wanting the elegance and simplicity of NDI-enabled displays.
“Now with the addition of both the IP teleprompters and IP standard reference 1080p displays with NDI and NDI|HX, the benefits for customers and systems integrators of IP cameras, converters and now displays has greatly increased.”