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BLUEFISH444 Announces NewTek NDI Integration

June 06, 2016 by Chuck Baker

Bluefish444, manufacturer, developer and marketer of top quality uncompressed 4K/2K/HD/SD SDI video cards for the professional video industry, has announced integration of NewTek’s Network Device Interface (NDI®) with SDI video cards. Bluefish444’s collaboration with NewTek enables their SDI I/O video cards to send and receive video and audio over IP via NDI, allowing existing Bluefish444 installations globally to implement interconnected production workflows comprised of SDI and IP-based technologies.

“NewTek is quickly driving the adoption of IP production workflows via their bi-directional, multi-channel, low-latency NDI protocol” said Tom Lithgow, Bluefish444 Product Manager “Bluefish444 is pleased to be working with NewTek to give our installed customers access to NDI via NewTek Connect Pro and NDI Connect software.”

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