NewTek NC2 Studio

The new NC2 Studio I/O module from NewTek (Vizrt Group), suitable for hybrid production setups, is now available.

Compatible with 12G-SDI and 10 Gigabit Ethernet connections, the NC2 Studio I/O module unites traditional SDI equipment and infrastructure with the flexibility of IP networking. The NC2 studio I/O module’s turnkey design offers up to 8 channels of dynamic I/O, including media file playback and recording in a 1 RU chassis, all backed by its NDI 5 connectivity.

The new module, beyond being able to convert different types of sources, connects multiple video and audio formats, including NDI, SDI and other IP formats, also provides a unified interface that includes selectable multi-viewers and professional video viewers, giving users greater control of their signals through built-in precision color correction.

Newtek’s latest venture is ultimately designed to interconnect video signal types. However, it does not forget the audio section, being able to create adaptive workflows through Dante, AES-67 and ASIO/WDM software drivers. Management of each channel can be leveraged locally, through integrated NDI KVM technology or a web-based API.

NDI 5 support

Newtek’s NC2 Studio integrates a module optimized to work with NDI 5. Combined with the NC2 Studio I/O module, NDI aims to remove restrictions on productions tied to their physical location, offering “efficient, secure and reliable workflows on a global scale.”

Will Waters, head of product management at NewTek, says of the launch, “connectivity is a central function of any production and we’ve witnessed an increased demand from customers looking to use 12G-SDI based devices in combination with NDI based infrastructure.”

“To meet this need the NC2 Studio I/O Module gives producers and broadcasters tremendous power in managing their signals. The increased bandwidth capabilities of both SDI and network components combined with NDI makes the NC2 Studio I/O Module the perfect vehicle to integrate many source types to the flexibility of IP video production,” he concludes.

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For • 24 Aug, 2021
• Section: Study, Media management