Record any of the incoming NDI sources in full resolution and in the sources native NDI codec. The only limitation to the number of ISO records is networking bandwidth, CPU power, and disk speed/space.
Choose audio from any NDI source to monitor out with the Multiview output.
Select any available hardware output to monitor audio.
Version 2.0 of Multiview allows you to select any connected video monitors to display the Multiview.
Select any of the audio tracks and output as a stereo pair. For example, you can select tracks 2 and 7 and send with the Multiview to monitor as a stereo pair. This feature does not affect any of the audio recordings on the ISO records.
NDI Multiview has been designed to be incredibly powerful and super intuitive to use. Create an NDI Multiview stream in a matter of seconds. Simply select the Multiview layout of your choice, select which NDI® source you want in each window and select which overlays you wish to see.
Toggle on the NDI® switch and you are sending a Multiview window out as a standard NDI® source. Yes. It really is that easy.
NDI Multiview Pro supports up to 6 Multiview outputs and each can be independently configured with any of the 5 preset layouts. Choose between full screen, 2×2, 3×3, 4×4 and the traditional 2&8 (two large and eight small windows). With all NDI sources on your network automatically detected you can create your NDI Multiview outputs in an insanely short amount of time.
NDI Multiview Lite supports 6 outputs with a maximum layout of 2×2.
Each window within NDI Multiview can have its own customised overlays. Simply toggle on or off in the setup.
DI Multiview Pro supports up to six 4×4 windows for a total of 96 independent NDI sources. NDI Multiview Lite has maximum of six 2×2 windows for a total of 24. That’s a lot of NDI flying around the place but don’t worry, we never cross the streams
NDI Multiview has many options to help you save on network bandwidth.
Multiview outputs a standard NDI stream per window which can be received on any Mac or PC running NDI Tools, any NDI compatible software based switcher, or use a BirdDog NDI Decoder to send back out to baseband video.
The NDI Multiview outputs are a standard NDI stream you can use Central Pro or the free Central Lite to route the streams to BirdDog NDI Decoders.
Once you have decided upon your layout and overlays you can view that Multiview on your local machine.
Select an audio track from any of the NDI inputs to send with the NDI Multiview.