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.
This plug-in is super easy to setup and use and having NDI support in OBS to get around clunky capture card setups for two PC streaming is fantastic.
However, I've had major issues with being unable to hold consistent 60fps via NDI, even with machines well beyond what's required and a solid gigabit network. My main PC also has to be frequently restarted because after every stream, game audio goes out of sync when using the NDI plug-in. The only way to fix it is to restart.
While I do appreciate this is a free plug-in being made by a hobbyist, support for this is also virtually non-existent (though in keeping with the general OBS support experience.) The author only responds to a handful of support threads and if you have any problems with this at all, expect to be left to figure it out yourself.
I still use this plug-in (especially since the alternative is XSplit which just, no) but it still needs a lot of refinement.
With every version update, this keeps getting better. 4.2.3 (current) is the most stable so far. This plugin expands the usability of OBS to a whole new level. We use this on a regular basis at the production company I work at. Thanks again, Palakis!
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..