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08/06/2017

Osprey Video Integrates With NewTek NDI

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Osprey Video has announced a new collaboration with NewTek.

The integration will see all of Osprey Video's capture cards support Network Device Interface (NDI), NewTek's technology that enables interconnected, software-driven production workflows and is compatible with SDI and IP-based technologies and standards. All Osprey cards will now be recognisable as a source by other NDI-enabled applications and devices connected to a standard Ethernet local area network. As a result, broadcasters and production companies using Osprey cards and NDI video-production software on their networks can start producing video over IP immediately.

In an interconnected production environment, NDI makes is possible to connect any device to any other device, and every source is a destination. Rather than just sending a one-way IP-based signal to a switcher, NDI is a bidirectional standard that enables facilities to share video and audio over IP by sending and receiving multiple input and output signals between devices on a network. NDI works independently of changing specifications and formats and will also support integration with ASPEN, SMPTE 2022, and other emerging standards.

By ensuring its capture cards work with the NDI standard, Osprey Video has made it easier for its customers to forge software-driven workflows that accommodate both SDI and IP. The integration applies to all current Osprey Video capture cards, including the 900 Series.

Roger Bieri, CEO, Osprey Video, said: "Buying a facility full of new equipment is not an option for most media companies, so as IP video-transport takes hold in the industry, people are looking for ways to make the transition to IP using the equipment they already have. That capability is one of NewTek NDI's many strengths. This collaboration means our capture-card customers that rely on NDI technology will be able to use more devices and applications in their workflows, which translates to nearly unlimited possibilities for video production, especially as they mix SDI and IP on the same network."

"Software-driven IP workflows are quickly becoming ubiquitous in video production," added Michael Kornet, Executive Vice President of Business Development for NewTek. "NDI-enabled devices like Osprey's capture cards exponentially increase the video sources available for live production, creating efficiencies and opportunities for customers that did not previously exist. NDI is the most widely adopted IP technology on the market, epitomized by the millions of customers with access to it today."

www.ospreyvideo.com

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