NewTek Shows Switchers

​NewTek is showing the next versions of TriCaster and IP Series production switchers.

NewTek says the TriCaster TC1 and NewTek IP Series VMC1, are “still the only in the market capable of true IP, 4K, 60fps for 16- and 44-channel video switching”. TriCaster TC1 and VMC1 “sit at the heart of any all-IP end-to-end live video production workflow from acquisition to live production and distribution,” it says.

“It is clear that IP video is changing the industry and we are truly seeing the second generation of video production come to reality. Our introduction of NDI is impacting not only how professional video is produced, but also other industries like gaming, A/V, digital signage, live events, and many more,” said Dr. Andrew Cross, president / CTO for NewTek. “We’re excited to be showing the latest capabilities in software and IP-centric video production techniques combining our capabilities with those of the larger ecosystem around them, all of which are growing at an unprecedented rate. We believe that it will be a software and IP-based approach that will drive the growth of video content, allowing more people to produce more content for more viewers.”

The firm says it also introducing new NDI technology and a new version of the SDK. 

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