NDI output support for PowerPoint
I'd like to recommend a feature to be added to the PowerPoint application. NDI is a high quality, low latency professional video IP format that I think would be a good addition to this application. I would allow you to share the output of PowerPoint on other peoples computer using a free NDI Monitor application or send the output into professional video production solutions.
The Skype team at Microsoft has added NewTek NDI support into their product. PowerPoint would be the next product that I think should be enhanced with this royalty free technology. You can learn more about NDI here. https://www.newtek.com/ndi/
Please consider adding support for this.
Joe Allen commented
It would be nice to have integrated into PPT - especially if it could be treated as a second monitor for presenter view.
In the meantime, NDI Scan Converter is freely downloadable from Newtek as part of their NDI Tools package.
Jon Weir commented
This would be brilliant! Hope to see this made available soon!
It is a very good
Great addon, please add
Reinaldo Martins commented
Do this feature in PowerPoint...fast.
Jon Linde commented
NDI output and also the option to use alpha transparency as color for both background and objects
Glen Sayer commented
Perfect for Millumin and Resolume. I’m in👍🏻
NDI streams for both Presenter View & Presentation View would be awesome.
Chop, chop get it done!
Sadie Darling-Hewitt commented
Excellent idea. Yes please.
Nick Frewin commented
Certainly gets my vote - would make life so much easier being able to feed direct from PPT into Resolume
Simon Noble commented
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Adding NDI to PowerPoint has my vote. April 27 2019. ..lRowby.
Marcus Taylor commented
Does anyone know if this is going to happen?
This has unlimited possibilities!
Must've took a lot of fake accounts to get all those votes..
This would cement PowerPoint as the best tool for large events.
It would be incredible.
yes please. Add NDI to powerpoint!!
would be awesome but newtek charge 5% of retail!! to use NDI in commercial applications, this wont happen, its free to develop not to sell. but ill vote for it anyway.