NDI Support

I did just ‘request’ this from the sales contact form. I got back a generic ‘Thank you for your interest in Zoom! Please answer these generic questions to see if we’d be a good fit for you.’

I started off my contact with ‘I’m already a zoom customer but this forum staff told me to contact sales for this request.’

A+ Service!

I followed up and will report back what they say… It seems like this should be easy for someone to answer.

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I requested this feature for my account… hopefully I can get access soon! Thank you for posting this!

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Hi, I think it would be mandatory for zoom to have NDI support as Skype has it enabled the point is that skyp have a lower quality.

Do we need to ask this feature to be enabled, or its just not a thing right now?

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Tommy, please explain your response, as it appears spurious.

Or better, tell us that NDI integration is something that will be imminently rolled out!

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NDI in Zoom would be a game changer for the way we do things too. Currently having to use Skype but we much prefer Zoom. Also, MS Teams just announced support for NDI is imminent so hopefully that has pushed this feature up the priority list.

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I emailed a sales representative, he told me they’re working on NDI on a beta version. BUT(big but here) he told me they’ll require a CORPORATIVE(199 us dolars, minimum 10 licenses) plan to use ndi, sadly I’ll probably cancel my pro subscription if that’s the case.

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If it’s the case, i will cancel my subscribtion too, and will def. Go with skype… 200$ /month for only one feature. Its abusive. I would spend 50$/month top

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Is that level of subscription just for the beta or when it goes live? If so, I’ll also cancel as even with all its foibles, Skype will do.

Same. Microsoft Teams has NDI in Beta. That’s going to be included in the standard $12.50/month plan that includes Office and Email. Why bother paying for Zoom at that point?

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That’s the off-the-shelf price. You can do better with volume. Actually, if you don’t need the office apps, only email, then you can get it for $5.

https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/microsoft-365/compare-all-microsoft-365-products?&activetab=tab:primaryr2

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If you use OBS.Ninja (https://obs.ninja/), you can send your Zoom guests invite links and pull them into Vmix, OBS, or Manycam at super high video quality. It’s free. It’s not quite an NDI plugin, but I do have one in the works.

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Yeah, OBSNinja is great, open source, no server required other than to serve the front-end. Unfortunately there’s a couple of technical reasons we can’t use it. That’s why we’re using Skype now, and were hoping Zoom would give us NDI (without the exorbitant cost)

Is there any updates?

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Can you link to zoom-19500 please - searching for it only retuens this post

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Same. Can’t understand why they’d not want to enable this free and compete with Skype. We’re about to ditch Zoom to enable multiple feeds to come into ManyCam via Skype - and then push the broadcast out to YouTube Live / Facebook Live for a big conference. So, won’t need to go near Zoom. The issue is getting people to use Skype again after it’s been in the shadows for so long compared with Zoom / Teams.

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I can’t understand why I can’t have NDI support on my zoom. It’s ***** 2 years!

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As much as I’d love to see NDI output as a feature, I don’t think getting angry will help this along! There’s a million reason it’s taking a while. For example:

  1. It’s not trivial work
  2. Other features are considered more important (for example the recent 90 day programme)
  3. They have some kind of blocker (and may not be able to talk about it)

Also, NDI is being added to MS Teams - scheduled for release next month. I’ve seen it in action and it works great.

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NDI - any updates please.

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NDI out support yet? Having to rely on vmix/OBS for NDI is clunky

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