Remote video production
Low-latency video transport that works over public Internet.
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Our solution makes NDI® or SDI sources instantly available at remote locations around the world. Learn more about remote production in our blog.
Instead of having a production truck travel to every college sports game, connect to the cameras remotely and produce from the comfort of your studio—saving on travel costs and making your process more efficient.

Our point-to-point streaming solution works seamlessly over public Internet and does not require any dedicated infrastructure—you'll have your link set up and running in a matter of minutes with almost no latency and low CPU usage.
Stream NDI® or SDI over the Internet
If you want to know how it works
please check our FAQ.
  • 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".
  • Enjoy!
What are the differences
between Free and Premium Video Transport?
Low latency (less than 1 second)
GPU-powered streaming (if available on your system)
TURN server support
Alpha channel support
Priority support
Connecting more than one Receiver to one Publisher or receiving with one Receiver from more than one Publisher
Our prices are royalty-free.
The licensing process is very simple.
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Key features
NAT traversal
Easy to set up at new locations—no network configuration needed
Broadcast quality
Up to 4K video at up to 50 Mbps powered by NVIDIA GPUs
Sub-second latency
Less than a second to stream from venue to studio and back
Smooth integration
Seamlessly integrates with SDI or NDI-based workflows
Did you give it a try?
Also, please do check our FAQ.