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Configuring IP Input Profiles

To receive video streams from third-party devices with a supported standard IP protocol, you need to configure IP input profiles that define transmission settings.

  1. In the INPUTS section's toolbar, click on
  2. Click on
    to add an IP input profile.
  3. Select the IP protocol according to the type of streams to be received: RTSP, TS, HLS, RTMP, SRT, LiveGuest, or NDI.
  4. Configure IP settings in accordance to the selected protocol. You can click on

    to get more information about settings required. 


    For NDI input, only full NDI is supported (not HX, not HX2). For these types of IP Protocols (except for NDI), only streams encoded by third-party devices with the following codecs and specifications are supported:

    • Audio
      • AAC-LC: CBR only
      • MPEG-1L2 (For TS over IP and HLS protocols only)
      • Opus (TS, HLS, SRT only): From 1 mono channel to 4 stereo or 8 mono channels
      • Max. sampling frequency: 48kHz
    • Video
      • H.264/AVC, up to High profile (4:2:2 10 bits)
      • H.265/HEVC, up to Main 8 and Main 10 profiles, 4:2:0, 4:2:2
  5. Enter a De-jittering delay to help in case of jitter in received packets (minimum is 200ms and maximum is 5000ms).


    • In case of transmission over IP network, some jitter in packets' arrival may occur, and may lead to unexpected decoding issues. The de-jittering buffer temporarily stores arriving packets in order to mitigate delay variations.
    • The de-jittering delay needs to be set according to the network characteristics. It is a trade-off between resiliency and latency.
  6. Click the Save button.

You can now assign this profile to an Input.


You cannot edit or delete an IP input profile when it is selected for an input that is currently activated.

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