Of course, one of the great advantages of TriCaster Advanced Edition is its native support for NDI a/v sources. Few will be surprised to find utilizing this next generation feature requires that your TriCaster be connected to the network.

Generally, simply connecting a suitable cable from the Ethernet port on TriCaster’s backplate to your local network is all that is required to add TriCaster to a local area network (LAN). In some settings, additional steps may be required.  You can access the system Network and Sharing control panel to accomplish more extensive configuration tasks – see Settings: Configure Network under the heading Administrator Mode. If further help connecting is required, please consult your system administrator.

The next section (Chapter 4, Basic Training) will introduce you to online tutorials, training materials and other assets to guide you through your experience using TriCaster.


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