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In this article we are going to display the NDI stream of the CM70-NDI on the "NDI Studio Monitor" application.

NDI Studio Monitor is used to view or display any NDI video sources across your network in real time.


First, recheck in the web gui* of the camera (NETWORK tab > NDI) that the option "NDI Enable" is ticked and preferably the other options too (NDI Control Enable, Tally Light Enable):

NDI Enable : checkmark box turns the NDI®| HX capability ON or OFF

NDI Name : is the name with which the camera presents itself to other NDI®| HX hardware or software on the local Network (LAN). This is useful for easy camera recognition

NDI Group : sometimes you want to limit visibility of NDI camera to specific systems. Or may need access to NDI cameras from another subnet. The NDI Access Manager lets you assign sources to groups, and choose which of these various systems receive. This setting sets up to which group this camera must belong.



If not done already, you will need first to download the "NDI® Tools" package (for Windows or Mac) from https://ndi.tv/tools and install it:


Once installed, execute it and from the main window "NDI Launcher" choose the "NDI Studio Monitor" application:

It should open that monitor where a QR code is given if you wish to control your Studio monitor from your smartphone!


From the Menu icon on the top left corner, you have access to all the NDI sources on your network but also to some Settings (Audio, Video, Overlay, Ouput). Within the list pick the NDI source you want to display (here we have only our NDI camera named "Avonic-82342"):


Now, you have your NDI camera output! (with possible PTZ, Presets and Manual/Auto Focus functions.. even recording or direct access to the camera web GUI!)



* If necessary, see How to open the camera's web gui?