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Getting Started with NewTek NDI

Let's setup OBS Studio with the third party NewTek NDI plugin so we can receive the wireless video & audio signal from our iOS devices.

As it takes a lot of bandwidth to transfer video & audio over the network if your use case relies on low-latency I would recomend using USB, or connecting your iOS device to the network with an ethernet adapter.

Please note that NewTek NDI is a third party integration and not affiliated or sponsored in any way. Please make sure to read their network requirements before expecting this to simply work. I had to upgrade my wireless router for the connection to be established. Basically I am saying that I don't know if it will work on your wifi, so please consult NewTek here.

First of all make sure you have OBS Studio installed.

1. Download the NewTek NDI plugin for OBS Studio

You can download the plugin from GitHub here or from the OBS Studio plugin directory here

With the latest version of the OBS NDI plugin, you have to manually install the NDI runtime on your computer. Please follow the instuctions provided by the NDI plugin author here https://github.com/Palakis/obs-ndi/releases

2. Download and install the Camera for OBS Studio iOS App

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3. Configure the device output

First we have to configure the Camera for OBS Studio app to broadcast via the NewTek NDI source.

  1. Open the app's preferences
  2. Select the output tab
  3. Select NewTek NDI output
  4. Tap done
  5. To confirm, the status label will update to the NDI status.


4. Add the NDI input into your OBS Studio Scene

  1. Add the NewTek NDI source to your scene
  2. Select the network device


With any luck it'll all work out! Depending on your network it may help to enable low bandwidth mode too.

If you do not see your iOS device listed. There are many thing that it could be.

  • It might take up to 5 seconds to connect sometimes.
  • Make sure that both your computer and iOS device are connected to the same network
  • Make sure that you're using a 5GHz gigabit wifi modem
  • Distance and number of walls from the router will negatively affect performance due to Physics.
  • Is multicasting enabled on your network & supported by your router? read more here
Sours: https://obs.camera/docs/getting-started/ndi-wifi/

In this quick-and-dirty how-to we&#;re networking audio & video in OBS Studio with NewTek&#;s NDI technology.

OBS Studio
OBS-NDI Plugin

1. Download and install libndi3 and obs-ndi from the releases page.
2. Install using dpkg.

sudo dpkg -i *.deb

3.Fedora only: Symlink /usr/lib/obs-plugins/ to  /usr/lib64/obs-plugins/

sudo ln -s /usr/lib/obs-plugins/obs-ndi.so /usr/lib64/obs-plugins/obs-ndi.so

4. Add a dedicated NDI output on the remote computer.

5. Add a NDI Source input on the host computer.

6. Select the output from the dedicated NDI output in step 1.

7. If everything went smoothly you should now have video from your remote PC streaming to the host. Output resolution can be adjusted with OBS > Settings > Video > Output Resolution.

Sours: https://linuxgamecast.com//07/obs-ndi-plugin-installation-comparison-linux/
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How to Stream With Two PCs Using OBS Studio and the NDI Plugin

A popular streaming setup involves two computers. The major benefit of this is that it allows the second computer to bear the brunt of the encoding load. Streaming at the highest quality, using the CPU intensive x encoder, can be a huge impact on a system, causing the framerates of your games to suffer and making the whole experience unenjoyable for both viewer and streamer.

Another benefit is that if your main gaming PC has a problem and you need to restart it, or restart OBS because the stream is actually coming from the second computer, your stream will not go offline.

The traditional method of a two PC streaming setup involves using something known as a capture card, like an Elgato HD60S. These cost almost $ though and thus have a slight barrier to entry.

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Not everyone wants to pay for something like a capture card, especially if you’re just starting out streaming.

Fortunately, a plugin utilizing something called NDI from a company called Newtek has been developed for OBS Studio. This uses your available network bandwidth (not your Internet speed) between your computers and your router to send/receive anything in your OBS preview window.

Since the main PC isn’t actually streaming, this NDI protocol is very lightweight on the gaming system and so the majority of your performance is maintained, while the second PC does all the heavy lifting. All the traffic is passed through your local area network, or LAN also known as your Home Network.


PC Requirements to Stream With Two PCs

Since the second PC will be a dedicated streaming machine, you don’t actually need some super crazy high-end and powerful system in order to stream at a decent quality. Most old computers can work well as secondary computers, so long as they fit the below requirements.

  • The CPU must support Supplemental SSE3 instruction set (SSSE3). Please note, that’s THREE S’, not two. Google your CPU model + “cpuworld” to get a result that will tell you if your CPU supports that instruction set. AMD CPUs before the FX/Bulldozer series did not support SSSE3.

  • OBS Studio and the NDI plugin

  • Quad-core or hyperthreading dual core for p at 30 frames per second

  • Hyperthreading Quad-core or better for p 60 frames per second (preferred), or p at 30 frames per second/p at 60 frames per second

Gigabit ( megabit) network connections between computers and router/switch. You can verify this on each computer by going to the control panel in Windows > Network Connections > Selecting and opening your active ethernet connection

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Step 1: If you don’t already have OBS Studio, go to https://obsproject.com/ and download and install the appropriate version. Reboot your computer after installation (this is optional but good practice to ensure the NDI plugin installs correctly). Make sure OBS is not open before proceeding to the next step. This guide is for Windows, so be aware of that.
Step 2: Download and install the OBS NDI plugin using the windows installer package. https://obsproject.com/forum/resources/obs-ndi-newtek-ndi%E2%84%A2-integration-into-obs-studio/
Once installed, follow the prompt to reboot your computer.

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Step 3: Repeat these steps for the second computer
Step 4: Verify that the NDI installation was successful by opening OBS and clicking “tools.” Make sure to click “allow” on any prompts at this point when opening OBS. If you see “NDI Output Settings” then we are ready to proceed to configuration.

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The simplest way to take advantage of OBS NDI and a two PC streaming setup like this is to essentially mimic a single PC streaming setup. Configure all of your overlays and alerts in OBS on the computer you will be gaming on. For a step by step tutorial on configuring StreamElements overlays and alerts in OBS, please see the following videos:

If you’re at this point, we will assume that you have your overlays and alerts configured so lets go over getting OBS ready for two PC streaming.

On the Gaming PC

Step 1: Open OBS and go to settings > video. Ensure your video output settings here reflect the quality you want to stream at. The lowest impact, highest quality setting will be p at 60fps so that is what is shown.

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Step 2:
Now go to Tools > “NDI Output Settings” and click it. You will be presented with a window that lets you name your source and checkbox as an output. The checkbox we will check is “Main Output.” Make sure you write a name that will reflect which PC you are using.

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Pressing OK will activate the NDI signal to be sent from the Gaming PC, so the gaming PC configuration is now complete*. Let’s move on to the second PC.

*Note: activating the NDI output will make you unable to change your video settings. In order to change your video settings if you need to change resolution or FPS, you will need to deactivate NDI then change the video settings, then reactivate NDI. The second computer will automatically pick it back up.

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Second PC configuration

Step 1: Open OBS on the second PC
Step 2: Go to Settings and configure your stream output settings, including your stream key (or “connect account” option for Twitch and Youtube) and set your bitrate. A good example configuration for your Output is pictured below. Adjust the bitrate as necessary for your upload speed and adjust your CPU Usage Preset based on how powerful your CPU is/how much CPU load OBS uses while streaming with this second PC.

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Step 3: Configure your Video settings to match the “Output (scaled) resolution” listed Step 1 above for configuring the Gaming PC.

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Step 4: Almost there. Now we just add the Gaming PC’s NDI signal to the second PC. To do that, go into sources and click the + sign or right click. You should see “NDI Source” on the list, click it.

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Step 5: Once you click it, you’ll be asked to create new or add existing. Create new, and give it a familiar name such as “Gaming PC.” Click “OK.”

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Step 6: Now you’ll be presented with a window that should show you a dropdown list of any NDI signals that second PC you’re on detects**. It should show “Gaming PC” along with its configured network name. You may have manually configured this network name, but it may just be random letters and numbers with the familiar name you configured above in parentheses next to it.

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Note**: You may see “latency mode” when at this screen and it has two options, Normal (safe) and Low (experimental). Try to use Low for the smoothest stream experience, but if you encounter any issues then leave it Normal.

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Press “OK” and your OBS feed from the gaming PC should appear in your preview window of your Second PC. You are now ready to stream!

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Once you are here and ready to stream, you can press “Start Streaming” in OBS on the second PC. You must NOT press that button in OBS on the gaming PC, but you MUST leave OBS open on BOTH computers.

Should you encounter any issues, fear not as there is a FAQ video that should help address most commonly asked questions about OBS NDI.

So, to wrap up. Configure everything in OBS on your gaming PC, enable the NDI output, add it as a source on the second PC, then click “start streaming” on the second PC. It might all sound complicated but if you think about it this way, you can be up and running in minutes! And yes, all audio, including your microphone, is transmitted to the second PC using this method. It’s incredibly awesome.

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You can see how many viewers you have, activity feed, skip/replay/manage alerts, refresh your overlays, media control, set what game you’re playing, set your stream title all in OBSso much good stuff! The plugin is available to download right here: https://streamelements.com/obslive

Legendary Support is Available 24/7

If you found this article helpful, or need more help with your configuration, be sure to reach out to us on social media. Our fun and friendly Discord community is full of fellow StreamElements users too and our support staff are on-hand, providing legendary service 24/7!

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Sours: https://www.obs.live/articles//5/1/how-to-stream-with-two-pcs-using-obs-studio-and-the-ndi-plugin
OBS NDI Crash Course - Everything you need to know \u0026 How to do it

obs-ndi - NewTek NDI™ integration into OBS Studio

OBS Forums
Open Broadcaster Software®️
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Supported Bit Versions
bit, bit
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Minimum OBS Studio Version
Supported Platforms
Windows, Mac OS X, Linux
This plugin adds simple audio/video input and output over IP using NewTek's NDI™ technology.

Three integrations are currently available:
- NDI Source: add NDI Sources into OBS like any traditional source
- NDI Output: transmit the main program view over NDI
- NDI Filter: a special OBS filter that outputs its parent OBS source to NDI (audio works only with video capture sources, media sources and VLC sources)

This plugin requires the NDI Runtime to be installed on your system. See installation instructions on the Downloads page for more details.

Latest updates

  1. obs-ndi (Ubuntu package bugfix)

    This release fixes an issue targeting the Debian/Ubuntu package. For the latest Windows and
  2. obs-ndi

    Only use this release with OBS Studio v25 or above! Changes since Improvements to the
  3. obs-ndi

    Only use this release with OBS Studio v25 (v24 on macOS) or above! Changes since

Latest reviews

NDI plugin stop working with Sienna NDICam v6 - support NDI 5. Version v on iPad still working. NDI Source selection not displaying v6 stream from iPhone.
Sometimes crashes for no known reason, but aside from that, a valuable tool for Dual-Output streaming.
I was streaming with same settings for a year, then my 2nd PC broke and yesterday i fixed it, when i launch NDI scan converter ping increase to , when i turn it off it go back to normal, anyone have same problem? I was contacting my internet provider and thinking its beucase of them but today i figured out its caused by NDI, video proof down there..

I&#;m using this plugin with NDI HX Camera on iPhone.
Paul van Dinther
Absolutely brilliant. Between the windows 10 computers and up to date OBS studio versions. I ran the install (First time I look at this). Looked in tools to find the NDI settings.

Then went to my other computer and at this point only it started to dawn on me what this was for. Added a NDI video source and Boom! The NDI broadcast names were there and it all just works.

With this plugin the sky is the limit. Who needs a TV studio. We got OBS Studio. Can&#;t believe this software is free.
Andre Gribel
Indiscutivelmente incrível!
If you really know how to use this, it&#;ll be a very useful.
it seems like a good application though has serious stuttering issues.
Unable to get working with Winndows 7. OBS Launches without it, however ever time I install this NDI plug on Windows 7, it crashes the program before it can full open.

Have tried (more than once) get assistance (as have others) but still no reply.
Love the plugin, but still does not fix the issue in which it was patched for. I still cannot select a NDI as a source in OBS. I have to rollback to which is now crashing from time to time.
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Sours: https://obsproject.com/forum/resources/obs-ndi-newtek-ndi%E2%84%A2-integration-into-obs-studio/

Plugin obs 2019 ndi

obs-ndi - NewTek NDI™ integration into OBS Studio

Hopefully I can find some help here with the situation i am encountering.

I am using the plug in for streaming on Twitch. I have a two computer setup using OBS Studio on both computers. Everything is working as intended, accept I am having a strange echo happening on stream when my alerts go off.

Gaming pc runs the game, microphone input, and obs. OBS on this pc has my alerts on it so I can personally hear them when they go off. So this is all being sent over my network to the streaming pc.

Streaming pc runs OBS, streamlabs chatbot (includes music playlist), webcams, ect.

Although there are no 'alerts' browser sources AT ALL on the stream pc OBS, I am getting an echo from the alerts. The NDI source volume on my stream pc bounces around accordingly when the alert goes off, but then there is also a pick up on the desktop audio for the same alert. My gaming pc audio and my mic are not doubled, but the alerts are

Really not quite sure how to fix this past adding earbuds to stream pc and splitting the audio, which I've tried and it doesn't work. If anyone get with me and help through discord, or how ever please hmu when you can.

Thanks a bunch!


Sours: https://obsproject.com/forum/threads/obs-ndi-newtek-ndi%E2%84%A2-integration-into-obs-studio/page
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obs-ndi - NewTek NDI™ integration into OBS Studio

OBS Forums
Open Broadcaster Software®️
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This release fixes an issue targeting the Debian/Ubuntu package. For the latest Windows and macOS release, see obs-ndi

Only use this release with OBS Studio v25 or above!

Changes since
  • Ubuntu Bugfix: plugin installed in the wrong location (is supposed to be in /usr/lib/obs-plugins instead of /usr/lib/$multiarch/obs-plugins)
Windows, Linux and macOS Install instructions: see the release page on GitHub.
Only use this release with OBS Studio v25 or above!

Changes since

  • Improvements to the NDI Source (#):
    • The "Sync" setting now defaults to "Source Timing"
      • This is the best option to keep audio and video synced together, and it has been tested against OBS and vMix with successful results.
    • Among the options of the "Sync" source parameter, the "Internal" sync option has been removed
      • This mode never actually worked and is fundamentally flawed.
  • All platforms now target OBS v25 or above (including you, macOS users!)
  • Feature: Russian translation (#)
  • Bugfix: the Ubuntu/Debian package now only installs the plugin into (#)

Windows, Linux and macOS Install instructions: see the release page on GitHub.
Only use this release with OBS Studio v25 (v24 on macOS) or above!

Changes since

Features & Improvements
  • NDI support (#)
    • On macOS, you need to install the NDI runtime manually! (runtime download links are provided on the Download page linked below)
  • Spanish localization (thanks @COOLIGUAY in #)
Bug fixes
  • Bugfix: The NDI Output Settings dialog wasn't always showing text input fields for the Program & Preview output names (#)
  • Bugfix: NDI runtime download issues on Windows. The obs-ndi installer now downloads the runtime from a mirror I manage to prevent download errors that cause failed installs (#)
  • A myriad of macOS bugfixes:
    • The plugin wasn't loading because of a problem with how macOS looks for plugin dependencies (#)
    • With NDI installed on the system, obs-ndi would crash. This is now fixed with the addition of NDI support.
    • The obs-ndi installer could fail to download the NDI runtime because of download server issues, or could fail to install it because it is not digitally signed. This step has been removed. macOS users now have to download & install the NDI runtime separately (links provided on the Download page).
    • In addition to being digitally signed, the obs-ndi installer is now also notarized by Apple. This should eliminate "malicious software" errors on Catalina.
Windows, Linux and macOS Install instructions: see the release page on GitHub.
Only use this release with OBS 22 or above!

Changes since
  • Windows installer: the NDI runtime installation is now a separate component that can be disabled if you don't want the runtime automatically installed
  • macOS: fixes for OBS Studio and Catalina compatibility
Windows, Linux and macOS Install instructions: see the release page on GitHub.
Only use this release with OBS 22 or above!

Changes since
  • Plugin updated to NDI Fixes an issue where previous versions of the plugin were not compatible with the NDI Runtime. If the installer doesn't do it for you (on Windows & macOS), download the NDI Runtime using the link in the install instructions, then reinstall it and reboot. Linux users must install the new libndi manually.
Windows, Linux and macOS Install instructions: see the release page on GitHub.
This release fixes a Windows-specific issue. The latest version for Linux & macOS is

Hotfix changes:
  • Bugfix: NDI Source not showing up in the "New Source" context menu
Install instructions: see the release page on GitHub.
Only use this release with OBS 22 or above!

Changes since
  • OBS v24 Release Candidate bugfix: crash when starting the preview output
  • Linux: fix plugin location issues on Ubuntu (now installs the plugin both in "/usr/lib/obs-plugins" and "/usr/lib/x86_linux-gnu/obs-plugins")
Windows, Linux and macOS Install instructions: see the release page on GitHub.
Only use this release with OBS 22 or above!

Changes since
  • Fix for microstutter issues encountered by several users (courtesy of @loopy)
  • Bugfix: the Dedicated Output filter used to output nothing if a Color Correction filter was placed on first position of a filter chain
  • Source: new "Latency" option.
    • Be careful: setting this to "Low" can cause microstutters. Use with caution!
  • Source and Output: native support for NV12 and I YUV pixel formats.
    • Previous versions of the plugin used to perform the conversion to NDI's native UYVY format, but now the NDI SDK supports these two formats natively, removing the need for any conversion performed by the plugin.
  • Linux + macOS bugfix: NDI Name text inputs for program and output were not visible
  • macOS enhancement: try to prevent App Nap from suspending background tasks
  • NDI SDK support updated to version
  • Catalan localization
  • NDI runtime version now shown at the bottom of the settings dialog (and printed in the current log)
  • Output: slightly improved memory allocation in the audio output code
  • Automated macOS builds now use Azure Pipelines instead of Travis CI
Windows, Linux and macOS Install instructions: see the release page on GitHub.
Only use this release with OBS 22 or above!

Changes since
  • NDI Source: Performance improvements
  • NDI Source on macOS: fix high CPU usage with inactive sources
  • macOS: fix for loading issues with the plugin
Windows, Linux and macOS Install instructions: see the release page on GitHub.
Only use this release with OBS 22 or above!

Changes since
  • Source: remove the "Default" value for the YUV range and colorspace fields. Default values for these fields are now Partial range with BT colorspace
  • Source: the "Source name" field is now an Editable Combo field (current value can be selected from the list of available NDI sources as usual, or typed manually). This prevents the currently selected source name from disappearing from the list whenever the source becomes unavailable.
  • Preview Output: use the same YUV settings as the Main Output
  • Bugfix: Qt version mismatch on macOS
  • Preview Output Improvement: fix handling of scene preview change events to properly keep track of the current preview scene
Windows, Linux and macOS Install instructions: see the release page on GitHub.
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