NDI ® Waveform Vectorscope Audio/Video Monitor
ndiScope software provides a real time, professional quality signal analysis tool for on set, production, post production, and research and development environments. ndiScope is designed to monitor from SD up to 1080p60 HD and everything in between. It provides HD image analysis with support for 601 and 709 color spaces. Multiple audio and video scopes can be selected in a variety of layouts depending on your monitoring needs. For SMPTE 2110/2022 monitoring, please see our Network Video Analyzer and for 4K/UHD/HDR/NDI® monitoring, please see out 4kScope/HDRScope.
ndiScope can display up to six video, data, or audio scopes at one time with pixel accurate 16 bit precision. ndiScope is ideal for HD mastering, DIT and broadcast monitoring, signal QC and remote monitoring. It is available as software, or a 1U hardware device, for Windows, macOS/OS-X 10.11 (El Capitan) or greater, and Linux. .
Vectorscope, Waveform Luma, Waveform RGB, Waveform YCbCr , Histogram RGB, Histogram Luma, Chromaticity, Status
Audio Vectorscope, Audio Waveform, Audio Histogram, Audio Phase, Audio Meters in RMS or Loudness
Red only, Green only, Blue only, Luma only, Zebra luma, Zebra chroma, Clipping, Edge difference, Focus assist, Flip/flop, False color, Opacity, Luma key, Greenscreen/chroma key
Multiple scopes, error logging, 8/10/12 bit processes as 16 bit, HTML5/Web remote access, zoom and pan, user markers, signal compare, frame capture and more
Main Use Cases
- HD monitoring and validating
- SD/HD monitoring. live production
- DIT pipelines
- Broadcast monitoring
- Remote network monitoring
- Post production
- Signal QC and final HD mastering
- Video Inputs: SD and HD SDI, Analog
- Audio Input: Up to 16 channels of 24 bit embedded, AES/EBU or analog
- Display: HD (720 or 1080p) display
- Format Support: SD and HD (i/p/sf) to 60p single/dual link
- Processing: 8, 10 bit input with 16 bit processing, 32 lines of vertical blank
The following scope layouts are available: a single scope, two scopes side by side, four scopes in a 2x2 grid, or six scopes in two rows of three.