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To be able to use MXWendler as an NDI source:<br>
 
To be able to use MXWendler as an NDI source:<br>
 
1. Go to NDI settings and activate Start NDI Server.
 
1. Go to NDI settings and activate Start NDI Server.
:'''Settings → Media-Clips,Live,Virtual → Streaming → NDI '''(A)'''
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:'''Settings → Media-Clips,Live,Virtual → Streaming → NDI (A)'''
 
2. From the drop-down list, select and add which source of video should be streamed out. You can also type the source you wish to:
 
2. From the drop-down list, select and add which source of video should be streamed out. You can also type the source you wish to:
 
:e.g for the video on the fourth Layer of the Track 2, write /mxw/track/2/layer4
 
:e.g for the video on the fourth Layer of the Track 2, write /mxw/track/2/layer4

Revision as of 18:32, 22 January 2020

In this tutorial, we'll send and receive multiple streams of Video from and to MXWendler using NDI.

Settings in MXWendler

To be able to use MXWendler as an NDI source:
1. Go to NDI settings and activate Start NDI Server.

Settings → Media-Clips,Live,Virtual → Streaming → NDI (A)

2. From the drop-down list, select and add which source of video should be streamed out. You can also type the source you wish to:

e.g for the video on the fourth Layer of the Track 2, write /mxw/track/2/layer4

3. Start and Register MXWendler Virtual Capture... must be activated

4. Restart MXWendler.