ATOMOS announces support for advanced software-driven IP workflows using NDI technology.
ATOMOS now integrates NDI across the entire CONNECT product range as an instantly recognizable source by other NDI-enabled applications and devices connected to a standard local area network.
Using NDI eliminates the need for costly cabling and infrastructure. and enables production teams to stay native in NDI, end-to-end, reducing complexity, cost and footprint while providing refined encoding/decoding and delivering frame-accurate video.
ATOMOS CONNECT and NDI
To spearhead the NDI partnership, ATOMOS integrated NDI|HX in the new ZATO CONNECT, ATOMOS CONNECT, and SHOGUN CONNECT. Initial NDI support for encoding will be available in Q3 with an update in Q4 2022 for decoding. This update enables ATOMOS customers to share images and content between multiple devices locally and select a specific device (or devices) to record the incoming signal.
The newest iteration of NDI|HX, NDI|HX3, offers both low bandwidth and low latency options for end-users. With NDI|HX3, encoding is visually lossless, even in bandwidth constrained environments, enabling ATOMOS customers to expand the use case and versatility of the CONNECT products by sharing video between team members and adding the ability to record content on different devices. NDI provides an ideal balance between quality, latency, and bandwidth requirements.
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