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Transform Your Livestreams with NDI: A Beginner's Guide to High-Quality Video and Audio over Network

NDI (Network Device Interface) is a protocol developed by NewTek that enables high-quality video and audio to be transmitted over a network in real-time. Here are the steps to use NDI in livestreaming:

  1. Install NDI tools: To use NDI, you'll need to install NDI tools on your computer. You can download NDI tools from the NewTek website for free. ( )

  2. Set up your NDI source: To use NDI in your livestream, you'll need an NDI source, which could be a camera, computer screen, or other video source that's compatible with NDI. Connect the source to your computer and configure it to output video and audio over NDI.

  3. Configure your livestreaming software: Many popular livestreaming software programs, such as OBS and vMix, support NDI. Open your livestreaming software and configure it to receive the NDI stream from your source.

  4. Start your livestream: Once your NDI source is connected and your livestreaming software is configured, you're ready to start your livestream. Start your livestream as you normally would, and your NDI source will be automatically included in the stream.

Using NDI in livestreaming allows you to easily incorporate high-quality video and audio from a variety of sources, without the need for expensive hardware or complex setups. It's a great way to enhance your livestreams and engage your audience with professional-grade content.

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