Replace expensive video transport for contribution
Deliver your NDI or SDI output to a distribution facility over the Internet with less than a second delay in up to 50 Mbps.
Create ad-hock workflows for distributed live production
Save costs by moving less people around and orchestrate live production events with cross-country switching.
This pair of small Windows apps allows you to access NDI® & SDI streams at remote locations and preview them remotely via an Internet browser.
Easy to install and use
No network configuration needed.
No servers required
No sign-up needed. No subscription fees. P2P connection used.
Preview in the browser
Available on any PC or handheld device.
Up to 4K 60p video and up to 512 kbps audio.
Less than 500 ms delay
Suitable for live video production.
GPU encoding and decoding
H.264 encoding at up to 50 Mbit/s. NVIDIA card required.
NDI® metadata and SDI ANC packets support
Frame-accurate timecode and closed captions. Supports NDI 3.0.
Works with NDI® streams and SDI cards by Blackmagic Design
More SDI hardware coming soon!
Your streams are encrypted by default to keep your data safe.
Ambitiously easy to use
Launch the "Publisher" app in network A.
The app will show a list of available NDI® and SDI streams.
Select the streams to publish and click "Start Publishing".
Make a note of the "Publisher ID".
Launch the "Receiver" application in network B.
Enter the "Publisher ID" and click "Connect".
The app will now list the feeds that had been published from network A.
Select the "Output type" and click "Start Output".
It is amazingly plug and play.
— Fritz Golman, Museum of Broadcast Communications, Chicago
Did you give it a try?
Try the app and tell us what you think.
Our software uses code of FFmpeg licensed under the LGPL version 2.1 and it's source can be downloaded here. FFmpeg is a trademark of Fabrice Bellard, originator of the FFmpeg project. Blackmagic Design, Deltacast, Stream Labs, AJA, Magewell, DecTek and other trademarks are property of their respective owners.