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.
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 300, 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..
Love the plugin, but 4.6.2 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 4.6.0 which is now crashing from time to time.
This is a life-saver! My computer is running out of USB bandwidth with all my capture cards, and with this I can hook everything up and have it working until I get more USB-controllers. I am a hardware-kind of guy to the core, but this works flawlessly and I'm actually second guessing some stuff...
I suppose with a deticated, closed-off Network switch and some extra ethernet cards you could do some truely amazing things with this, plus save a good couple of bucks on capture cards for each of your other PC's.
This is nothing short of amazing, I'm even using the official 20$ NDI app from AppleStore to connect my Iphone to this and I only see possibilities with this technology. To the best of my knowledge the limitations will be within your home network.
Works really well except for the fact that the provided NDI Redist Exe file you are given a link to is a download that flags as malware, the download originates from rackcdn.com which with a quick google shows heaps of malware/trojan warnings.