Converting live NDI® streams into high-quality SDI or HDMI outputs for connection to baseband devices such as monitors and projectors, Magewell’s Pro Convert for NDI to AIO decoder hardware simplifies the use of NewTek’s popular AV-over-IP technology in applications such as digital signage and video walls.
Just as Magewell’s Pro Convert encoders enable integrators and end-users to connect SDI or HDMI-based video sources such as cameras into IP-based AV infrastructures, the low-latency Pro Convert for NDI to AIO decoder lets them convert any NDI stream for output to baseband presentation or distribution equipment. This helps customers maximize their earlier investments as they transition to IP, while creating new opportunities for using NDI in video-enhanced digital signage; large-scale video walls; multi-site video distribution; image magnification (IMAG) and more.
The compact, plug-and-play Pro Convert for NDI to AIO features DHCP-based automatic network configuration, while a browser-based interface provides access to status monitoring and advanced features such as FPGA-based up/down/cross-conversion. Two on-device buttons also enable users to select source content and match the output format to their target display without requiring a computer: one for choosing between all NDI streams available on the network, and a second for picking a preset output resolution and frame rate.
NDI is a registered trademark of NewTek, Inc. in the United States and other countries.
Converts live NDI® streams into high-quality SDI or HDMI outputs with extremely low latency
Connects baseband presentation or distribution equipment such as displays, projectors and routers into NDI-enabled, IP-based media networks
Simplifies the use of NewTek’s popular AV-over-IP technology in applications such as digital signage and video walls
Plug-and-play ease of use with automatic output format optimization and DHCP network configuration
Outputs NDI streams up to 1080p60
Intuitive web-based UI for customizing parameters
FPGA-based up/down/cross-conversion, de-interlacing and image processing
Power via PoE or USB power supply
¼-20 mounting hole for attaching to tripod or camera
On-device buttons for selecting output preset and NDI source stream
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Supported Web Browsers:
Microsoft Internet Explorer 11, Microsoft Edge, Mozilla Firefox version 61 and above, Google Chrome version 49 and above, Apple Safari 11.1 and above, Opera 55.0.2994.44 and above
USB2.0 Type B, 5V/2.1A power supply, USB RNDIS/ECM
Preset (long press = set the output video format to auto, short press = rotate the preset output resolution list), Source (short press = rotate between NDI® sources detected on the LAN)
HDMI Output Features:
Supports RGB 4:4:4, YUV 4:4:4, YUV 4:2:2 color sampling Supports up to 48KHz 16bits 8-channel audio streams Can automatically output video streams at the optimal resolution based on NDI® source Supports the following output formats: SD (480i59.94/576i50/480p59.94/576p50), HD (720p24/25/29.97/30/50/59.94/60; 1080p24/25/29.97/30; 1080i50/59.94/60; 1080p50/59.94/60)
SDI Output Features:
Supports SD and HD standards Supports YUV 4:2:2 color sampling Supports up to 48KHz 16bits 8-channel audio streams Can automatically output video streams at the optimal resolution based on NDI® source Supports the following output formats: SD (480i59.94/576i50/480p59.94/576p50), HD (720p24/25/29.97/30/50/59.94/60; 1080p24/25/29.97/30; 1080i50/59.94/60; 1080p50/59.94/60)
NDI® Source Name:
Support for setting the device name shown in the system using Web UI (default device name is ‘Pro Convert’) Support for setting board-index, from 0 to F, through on-board rotary switch
Support for manual update using Web UI
Status LEDs indicate: power supply state (on/off), output signal (connected and signal detected/undetected)
USB2.0 A to B Cable; 5V/2.1A power adapter; L-bracket