From Microsoft Corporation
Technical Bulletin MC287353 · Published Sep 25, 2021 · Last updated Dec 17, 2021
Updated December 17, 2021: We have updated the rollout timeline below. Thank you for your patience.
The ability for Teams clients to stream content from a client to the local network via Network Device Interface (NDI) is being expanded to enable streaming content to select attached hardware devices. Users with the ability to turn on NDI will also be able to push content to attached hardware devices from AJA or Blackmagic Designs. This will enable users to push content from Teams out via attached SDI or HDMI devices.
When this will happen:
- Standard and GCC: begin in early January (previously late December) and expect the rollout to be complete by mid-February (previously mid-January).
- GCC-High and DoD: begin in late March and expect the rollout to be complete by mid-April.
How this will affect your organization:
Existing users of NDI will soon have a new ability to stream out to SDI or HDMI if they have the appropriate hardware. The meeting policy for local streaming is the same for both NDI and the attached hardware output.
What you need to do to prepare:
No changes will happen to any users aside from those who already have the ability to stream via NDI; they will see an update in their settings to show if they have attached compatible hardware.
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