Streamstar to add NewTek NDI integration + JVC control

Streamstar announced adding NewTek’s NDI, and can also control JVC camcorders and PTZ cameras.

At NAB 2017, live production and streaming tools developer Streamstar from Bratislava, Slovakia announced that it will add NewTek’s NDI (Network Device Interface) to its complete product line. Streamstar also announced control of JVC camcorders and PTZ (pan/tilt/zoom) cameras. I have covered NDI in several prior articles and described it as the new lingua franca of broadcast manufacturers. Streamstar manufactures studio-in-a-box devices, many of which have a touch screen panel, which saves space and weight while streamlining the user interface.

As I have covered in several prior articles, NDI is an open standard created by NewTek that can be universally implemented so video equipment can be connected across a network enabling interconnected production workflows.  Streamstar is to support NDI inputs in its entire range of products.
“Streamstar, always on the cutting edge of advanced and emerging technologies, recognizes NDI as a way to future-proof production environments and an affordable gateway to IP video transfer. That’s why we decided to integrate it into all of our product lines,” says Michal Ivanic, CTO, Streamstar.

“Software-driven IP workflows are quickly becoming ubiquitous in video production,” said Michael Kornet, executive vice president of Business Development for NewTek. “NDI-enabled products like Streamstar’s SCOREPLUS 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.”
For information, Streamstar.com.

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Born in Connecticut, United States, Allan Tépper is an award-winning broadcaster & podcaster, bilingual consultant, multi-title author, tech journalist, translator, and language activist who has been working with professional video since the eighties. Since 1994,…