you can now use NDI virtual input (from the Newtek NDI Tools, you then choose video capture in OBS.You have to run that app so it’s not as slick as (it should be) using the NDI input.
Have you set the browsers to refresh? Perhaps it is not actually refreshing the pagesI am trying to set up OBS Studio to use a PTZOptics NDI PTZ camera for my church. I have six presets set up in the camera. I am using the HTTP URL's that PTZOptics provides and putting them into each scene for each of the presets. For example, for preset number 1 (my wideshot), I have a "PTZ Wideshot" scene that has three sources:
1. An NDI entry for the camera video.
2. An audio capture source for the mix coming from my soundboard via Blackmagic WebPresenter.
3. A browser source named "wideshot" that contains the URL that PTZOptics provided:
The xx.xx.xx.xx is the IP address of the NDI camera and the last character ("1" here) is the preset number.
Then I have 5 more scenes configured similarly but with different browser sources (with unique names and with the last character different for each preset).
When I call up a scene the first time after starting up OBS, it works okay. But when I try to select a PTZ Optics camera scene (e.g. "PTZ Closeup"), the camera never moves to the new preset.
If I paste the URL's into Chrome, they all move the camera.
If I use the PTZOptics Camera Control app, the presets all select the proper preset.
Is there something basic I am missing here???
Help! I have installed NDI on linux but it does not show me the NDI Source option in Add Source. NDI Output is also not displayed in the Tools menu. Any solution?
Right click on the NDI Virtual Input taskbar icon, you can select the source, and the resolution (Automatic/ 1080p30/ 720p30/ 480p30) under "Video". It is worth noting that some programs do not work well with automatic or high resolution webcams. Update NDI Tools to the latest version if you don't see the resolution config.Thanks for the idea I've tried and works well. Is it limited to 720p by NDI Virtual Input?
Is there are installable version for Windows 10 coming soon? That link takes me to source code, but they say it needs to be compiled.