"Eliminating the need for expensive video capture cards"
The app uses NVIDIA GPU power on the PC for game streaming and other video applications, replacing the need for video capture cards.
The NDI Screen Capture HX app works in collaboration with NVIDIA GPU-based PCs to capture screen
"Our mission is to make IP video easy to use and fun for anyone to make a great show," said Dr. Andrew Cross, Head of R&D for the Vizrt Group. "Offering full NVIDIA GPU
NDI Screen Capture HX is optimized for NVIDIA GPUs
“NDI is helping gamers, creatives and enterprises tell stories online using the
NDI Screen Capture HX also allows users to run a PowerPoint presentation on one machine with embedded transitions, animation, audio, or movies included and use it on another machine as part of a live presentation, production, or web stream. The tool will also allow users to remotely control one machine using another on the network with full frame-rate video, even on 4K displays, with full support for moving keyboard, mouse, touch surface, clipboard, audio and video between machines.
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