Your day-to-day tool for remote production & remote video contribution.
Instantly receive broadcast-quality contribution feeds from remotely located news anchors, TV show hosts and invited guests.
Multi-camera remote production
Dramatically reduce costs by traveling less to sports and entertainment venues—while transporting raw feeds to a central studio.
Monitoring and return feeds
Provide remote talent, directors, colorists and technicians with real-time video streams for both live and post-production environments.
Virtual conference production
Invite multiple speakers into a video conference environment to produce a professional TV show.
Low latency video streaming solution to transmit live video feeds of SDI & NDI over the public Internet with up to real-time latency.
VT Publisher & VT Receiver
Easy-to use Windows applications to transport low-latency video feeds between distant locations. Supports Blackmagic Design, AJA, and NDI®.
Cloud-based control panel
A centralized tool for configuration, management and monitoring of video transmission links between multiple locations.
A web-based bi-directional contribution link
The easiest way to bring a guest into a live video production—works in most browsers, on any device.
A dedicated bi-directional application for remote reporters, news anchors and other “at-home" contributors. Supports Blackmagic Design, AJA, and NDI®.
Low-latency web-based preview
Real-time video feed delivery to tablets, mobile devices and desktop browsers — for portable monitoring and instant feedback or commentary.
Video Transport enables video production teams to think beyond the constraints of cables, physical space and distance—regardless of preferred workflow, it makes remotely located NDI® or SDI sources instantly available via the public Internet, in production quality and with up to real-time latency.
Whether you are doing remote multi-camera production or integrating remote anchors into a live studio production or directing a virtual panel discussion, Video Transport provides the tools to bring your costs down as well as up your video production game and stay ahead of the competition.
WHAT IS THIS
Video Transport is a proprietary protocol that works on top of SRT and features automatic site discovery and network traversal (based on ICE), advanced forward error connection (FEC) and ARQ recovery implementations.
H.264 and H.265 compression is used for bandwidth reduction — from as low as 2 Mbps to as high as 80 Mbps for perceptually lossless transmission. When interfacing with a browser for remote video contribution or monitoring, the transport method will switch to WebRTC.
Latency is low enough for us to send several cameras to our control room and then send a multi-view back to the venue that includes the switched master. The web-based control panel means that we can manage connectivity from anywhere with an internet connection.
It's working as expected. Seems to be a great solution. It's something we count on.
We've saved a lot of money and managed to produce more events than we could before. We couldn't have done some of these events in the past because we couldn't get enough people to go to them—they were just not available.
It's fast, it's reliable, it's perfect.
Weave Creative Media
I tested it on a production and worked closely with your tech team and was pleased with the product and the level of support.
It gave us the ability to closely monitor the event as it happened in real time. If we didn't have VT for this event, we would have been looking at a YouTube stream, at a 30–40 second delay, and it would have made things chaotic.
Give it a try today
Video Transport makes NDI® or SDI sources instantly available at remote locations around the world. Get free access to our products and start using them right now.
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. NDI® is a registered trademark of NewTek, Inc.