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obs-ndi - NewTek NDI™ integration into OBS Studio 4.10

Supported Bit Versions
  1. 64-bit
Source Code URL
https://github.com/Palakis/obs-ndi
Minimum OBS Studio Version
28.0.0
Supported Platforms
  1. Windows
  2. Mac OS X
  3. Linux
NDI 4.10 is now available for OBS 28+! There are no changes other than compatibility with OBS 28.

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 3.0 Runtime to be installed on your system. See installation instructions on the Downloads page for more details.
Author
Palakis
Downloads
2,347,028
Views
3,400,851
First release
Last update
Rating
4.02 star(s) 50 ratings

Latest updates

  1. obs-ndi 4.10.0 (OBS 28 Support)

    This release is for OBS 28.0.0 or above. It is not a feature release, it simply provides updated...
  2. obs-ndi 4.9.1 (Ubuntu package bugfix)

    This release fixes an issue targeting the Debian/Ubuntu package. For the latest Windows and...
  3. obs-ndi 4.9.0

    Only use this release with OBS Studio v25 or above! Changes since 4.8.0 Improvements to the...

Latest reviews

This plugin is very good, it's good that you updated it to version 28 of obs
this is unfortunate... I echo Habster81's thoughts, this is a huge minus for OBS Studio :-/
For those wonder on the state of NDI https://obsproject.com/kb/obs-studio-28-plugin-compatibility . It's currently listed as just a work in progress.
Not compatible with OBS v28.... Any plans to fix this? OBS without NDI would be a huge minus for the whole OBS Studio....
Doesn't work after upgrading to obs 28.0.1
not updated for newer version of obs
not working after obs update
not working with OBS 28...
Works quite well on Windows, as far as the time is synchronous on all systems (difference <1 sec!).
With Linux, unfortunately, it does not work very well. Picture and sound freezes every 2 seconds.
A fixed LAN connection is required, WLAN should not be used.
It's working fine. Thanks.
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