Lawo Expands NDI Support With Advanced Capabilities And NDI 6 Integration In HOME Apps

Lawo has announced a significant expansion of its NDI support within the Lawo HOME Apps family. This includes the addition of NDI Advanced capabilities as well as future support of the latest NDI 6 technology.

The Lawo HOME Apps already offered comprehensive support for the entire NDI ecosystem, including the NDI High Bandwidth, NDI HX, and NDI HX3 formats. This allows users to seamlessly integrate a wide range of NDI-enabled devices, including cameras, converters, video mixers, graphics systems, and capture cards, into their production workflows.

More importantly, the Lawo HOME Apps now also support multichannel audio transmission via NDI, enabling users to leverage the full potential of NDI with its latest Lawo HOME App family member – the HOME mc² DSP app.

In addition to these expanded NDI capabilities, Lawo also announced support for the latest update, NDI 6, by the HOME Apps family, which will become available in a future software release. NDI 6 introduces several key enhancements, including 10-bit color depth and support for High-Dynamic-Range (HDR) video.

The Lawo HOME Apps with NDI Advanced support have been deployed to great acclaim in mission-critical infrastructures, and empower broadcasters and media production services to leverage the full potential of IP-based workflows for the delivery of high-quality, low-latency content across a wide range of platforms and devices.

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