Bluefish444 to Demonstrate IngeSTream Capture Software at IBC

Bluefish444 announces IngeSTream IP streaming software and workflow demonstration at IBC 2018.

The new Bluefish444 software provides full support for NewTek's NDI protocol, RTP streaming and other network video protocols like SMPTE 2022/2110. The company will demonstrate the forthcoming IngeSTream multi-channel streaming software. IngeSTream captures up to 8 channels of SMPTE 2022/2110, SDI, and/or HDMI video and audio from Bluefish444 Epoch and KRONOS hardware, and converts them to IP streams such as NDI, SMPTE 2022-6, SMPTE 2110 or RTP/RTSP.

The company will show remote control functionality for its IngeSTore software, and will demonstrate the feature for the first time at IBC Show 2018. The demonstration will show how the IngeSTore Server 3G can be controlled from another system via the RESTful API, allowing customers and 3rd parties to easily customise IngeSTore and its user interface to integrate within their existing ecosystem.

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