Rascular expands its virtual routing tools for Newtek NDI

RouteMaster Lite Solo, RouteMaster Lite One, and RouteMaster Lite Four

Rascular, designers of software-based control and monitoring applications for third-party, professional video technologies, has announced the launch of three new versions of its RouteMaster Lite virtual routing for Newtek NDI application: RouteMaster Lite Solo; RouteMaster Lite One; and RouteMaster Lite Four.

Source: Rascular

RouteMaster Lite - a Windows PC application - brings familiar video routing capabilities to Newtek’s NDI video. Based on Rascular’s proven RouteMaster system, it gives operators a range of familiar control interfaces for controlling video switching. With typical switching times of just one or two frames, RouteMaster Lite is perfect for live and on-air use. This ultra-fast switching makes it suitable for manual intervention and other applications where quick response is essential.
 
No video streams are passed through the router system, instead traffic is redirected at the network level. This means only minimal bandwidth and processor requirements are needed, regardless of the number of video streams and resolution. There’s also no additional video delay through the system. Additionally, RouteMaster Lite does not become a central point of failure: if the router system fails for any reason, video continues to flow from sources to destinations uninterrupted.
 
RouteMaster Lite Solo is a 20 x 20 Virtual NDI router, with an in-built General User Interface. RouteMaster Lite One adds application support for one control client, either a Rascular WebPanel (included) or a Blackmagic Design hardware panel (to be provided by the end-user). RouteMaster Lite Four provides support for a maximum of four control clients in any combination of either four Rascular WebPanels (included) or four Blackmagic Design hardware panels (to be provided by the end-user).
 
NDI, NewTek’s innovative Network Device Interface technology, is a royalty-free standard enabling IP video workflows across Ethernet networks. NDI is a bi-directional standard that allows video systems to identify and communicate with one another over IP, and to encode, transmit, and receive multiple streams of broadcast-quality, low latency, frame-accurate video and audio in real time.

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