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In this tutorial we will use NDI Tools to have an NDI input as a video source in MXWendler.
 
In this tutorial we will use NDI Tools to have an NDI input as a video source in MXWendler.
  

Revision as of 15:02, 26 February 2019

In this tutorial we will use NDI Tools to have an NDI input as a video source in MXWendler.


Receiving NDI video inputs with MXWendler


  • Open MXWendler and activate NewTek NDI Video as a known live video source
Settings → Media-Clips,Live,Virtual → Live Devices
Double click on NewTek NDI Video and change to Known and click Ok


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  • Go to Preload tab. Select NewTek_NDI_Video as your video source
Click on a preload to open the Preload setting box:
Click on Live Media and from the drop-down menu, choose NewTek_NDI_Video


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  • Open Virtual Input and select the video source to be routed to MXWendler
Click on Win and type Vitual Input and open:
Virtual Input will be opened and active in the System Tray
Right click on it and select which input you want to route to MXWendler


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Now MXWendler will receive any video that has been sent via NDI Tools


An Example on the use of NDI Tools

In this example we will live-stream the desktop of one computer/server, to MXWendler on another computer/server on the same network as Live Media input. Please note that NDI Tools must be installed on both computers/servers. Please note that the Scan Converter from NDI tools works ONLY with win 8 or newer versions of windows.



The Sender


  • Open Scan Converter and set it to your liking
Click on Win and type Scan Converter and open
Scan Converter will be opened and active in the System Tray
Right click on it and change the settings (e.g. framerate, capture settings, audio source, ...) as you wish


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The Receiver


  • Open Virtual Input and select the video source to be routed to MXWendler
Click on Win and type Vitual Input and open:
Virtual Input will be opened and active in the System Tray
Right click on it and select the Sender as a source of video to be routed to MXWendler. Note that if the other server has more than one output monitors you'll be seeing all of them in this list


  • Open MXWendler


  • Go to Preload tab. Select NewTek_NDI_Video as your video source
Click on a preload to open the Preload setting box
Click on Live Media and from the drop-down menu, choose NewTek_NDI_Video

You now have the live-stream of the desktop of the other server as your live input in your preload.