KILOVIEW Expands Its NDI Ecosystem With The NDI Recorder

​KILOVIEW’s new NDI Recorder is the latest addition to server-based family of encoding, decoding, conversion, IP-based video switching and streaming solutions.

The NDI Recorder is a new product is an independent recording system for video archiving and backup, ensuring all NDI sources are recorded separately and maintained in synchronization with other data. The recorder can support up to 20 channels of NDI sources in any resolution or format.

Each of the company’s technologies are designed to give content owners and A/V media professionals an end-to-end resource for cost-effectively hosting, conducting and managing remote production and live streaming applications.

The Network Device Interface is a standard protocol for ultra-low latency, lossless transmission. It enables interactive control over an IP network, delivering and receiving high-definition uncompressed video at the lowest latency among other NDI-compliant devices on any network or in the cloud.

KILOVIEW first entered the NDI market in 2020 with its MultiView Player, multi-screen playback software capable of handling an unlimited number of NDI streams with up 16 streams displayed in a single multi-view window layout. User viewing options include multi-screen split display, picture-in-picture (PIP) or multi-window playback. The software allows easy connection with smartphones, computers, NDI-enabled encoders, cameras, and production systems.

It has since rolled out its line of NDI technologies: H.264/HEVC encoders/decoders, control panels, Media Gateway, NDI converters, KILOLINK Server and the new NDI Recorder.

All the technologies are based on an “Any In, Any Out, Anywhere” concept, with the ability to support any type of video input from baseband SDI or HDMI signals, HD, 4K or IP content. The company’s ecosystem provides users with the appropriate hardware or software solution to output IP streams in different protocols, including SRT, RTSP, RTMP, HLS, RTP, TS-UDP, NDI|HX via H.264/H.265 or NDI, or baseband SDI or HDMI.

The foundation of the ecosystem is the NDI CORE system, which stands for “Control,” “Organize,” “Route” and “Everything.” With any or all of the KILOVIEW devices, users can manage up to thousands of signal sources with smooth and seamless switching.

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