NewTek offers a turn-key IP video Viz Trio/Viz Engine system called NVG1 that is sold through NewTek sales channels.
The NVG1 uses the NewTek NDI (Network Device Interface) IP video standard to connect to NewTek's TriCaster TC1 and IP Series live production systems. This connection delivers video, key, audio, and control over a single NDI connection. In addition to the Viz Trio/Viz Engine software the NVG1 system ships with generic news and sports packages.
The NVG1 is currently only available in the Americas. Full details on the system can be found here. https://www.newtek.com/nvg1/
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NewTek systems are used worldwide by broadcasters, sports leagues and teams, educators, houses of worship, live event producers, E-sport leagues, web-based talk shows, and more than 80% of the U.S. Fortune 100. NewTek was founded in 1986 by inventor Tim Jenison. Jenison’s Video Toaster®, the world’s first “television studio-in-a-box”, ignited the desktop video revolution.
In 2005, NewTek introduced TriCaster®, the most complete multi-camera video production system, giving content creators solutions to create their own network-level shows and stream them directly to audiences. Today, NewTek continues to be a change-agent in the video industry, leading the shift to IP video workflows with the NewTek IP Series and NDI™ (Network Device Interface). NewTek is privately owned and headquartered in San Antonio, Texas.
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