No. This plugin just aims to be a simple solution for a simple use case. Multicast opens can of worms. Forward error correction, reliable transmission.. Also I have seen many network switches bail on multicast that will lead to many complains that it won't work for them due to network conditions. I will gladly leave this one up to someone else.ok ! Is there any plan to implement multicast ? Like most of HDMi -> ethernet extenders ? It would be awsome. Anyway big thanks for your work.
Sounds like PC 1 is still protected by an enabled firewall. Why it would not recognize PC 2 though I have no idea.Hi there -- I am unable to get this to work currently and I'm not sure where I am going wrong.
PC 1 (game pc) -- Teleport only recognizes PC 1's teleport
PC 2 (stream pc) -- Teleport recognizes both PC 1 and PC 2's teleport, but teleport from PC 1 doesn't show anything -- it appears as a 1x1 pixel in the top corner and when I transform to fit to screen there is nothing there.
Adding teleport to a source as a filter has the same effect.
Hey, @Tuna, any thoughts on my particular use-case? In case the above was unclear, I need to funnel my OBS output (audio and video) into Zoom. Will Teleport work for something like this?Hey streamers,
I use the obs-ndi plugin and NDI Tools' Webcam Input to send my OBS production's A/V to Zoom. Can someone tell me if Teleport would work for my use-case, or is it just for multi-PC-streaming?
Thanks in advance for your replies :)
I don't know. I don't understand what you are trying to do. I think Teleport's usage is quite clear? It either fits with you setup or not.
I am also having this issue, but only as of lately. I used to be able to run this at 90% and it wouldn't impact performance too much, but now at 90% I am getting 97% encoding frames skipped due to encoding lag. Even at 60% quality I am still dropping 35%.So I have the same problem using this plugin that I'm having with NDI when using 27.2.4 or any version higher than 27.1.3.
I have a 2 PC setup, the Gaming PC has a Ryzen 7 5800x3D, 32GB DDR-4 3200Mhz RAM, and a Nvidia RTX 2080TI, it's on Windows 11.
The Encoding PC has a Ryzen 9 3950x, 32GB DDR-4 3200Mhz RAM, and a Nvidia GTX 1050TI it's on Windows 10.
Both OS's are the Pro version of Windows 10 if that means anything.
When I'm trying to record to the Encoding PC using the default settings at quality 90 my Gaming PC gets a ton of encoding lag, which doesn't make sense to me as it's not supposed to be encoding, if I drop OBS back to version 27.1.3 this doesn't happen, however the playback of the recording doesn't look like it's doing 60FPS. The same thing happens with NDI only neither OBS reports dropped frames/render lag/encoding lag, but it's definitely choppy as hell.
I am running both OBS version's as Admin, and I have Game Mode enabled on both PC's, I'm sending the signal through a 1Gbps router and both are hardwired directly into it. If needed I can make/post some clips, just curious if anyone else is having this issue, haven't been able to record/stream via 2 PC since AV1 was implemented in OBS, already went through the Discord but they said it's not OBS it's NDI, have a feeling they'd say the same about Teleport as well. Just curious if anyone else has run into similar issues and looking for the correct place to work with someone on them. Thanks!
For me this happens when I use the Teleport Audio/Video filter to send my cam feed. Actually, it's even more complicated than that:
That's interesting. That may mean one specific color format may fail. Do you know what color format you have selected in the camera? So knowing what exactly to set (full/partial for example, is that im camera or obs settings) may help me to track it down.For me this happens when I use the Teleport Audio/Video filter to send my cam feed. Actually, it's even more complicated than that:
When I start the sender OBS first and then the receiver OBS I get nothing, the receiving Teleport source just stays black/empty and there is nothing I can do about it.
However, when I start the receiver OBS first and then the sender OBS I get the green video feed and from there I can actually make the feed work by switching the color range on the cam from Full (which is my default) to Partial (this immediately makes the feed work) and back to Full (it stays working). Only if I double click the Teleport source on the receiver OBS now the source goes black again and it can only be fixed by starting over.
What does work flawlessly is using a second OBS instance and sending the cam feed from there using the global Teleport output instead of using the filter.
Another thing worth noting is that using the same filter on a VLC Video Source that plays a video loop works just fine.
So something seems to be bugged with specifically the combination of the Teleport Audio/Video filter on video capture devices.