Video Device Library support for NVIDIA Rivermax

What would it take to add the NVIDIA Rivermax support in the Video Device Library?

Rivermax is a fully-virtualized streaming solution that complies with the stringent timing and traffic flow requirement of the SMPTE ST 2110-21 specification. Rivermax enables the future of cloud-based software defined broadcast.

Rivermax runs on Nvidia Mellanox ConnectX-5 or higher network adapters, enabling the use of common off-the-shelf (COTS) servers for HD to Ultra HD flows.

Single CPU core receives or sends 8 UHD 2160p60 or 32 FHD 1080p60 streams

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Hello, I would also like to ask about support for SMPTE 2110 (using Rivermax). Are there any plans to add this in the future?
SMPTE 2110 looks like a great standard and Rivermax is very interesting in terms of performance.

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+1 for this, compression of the NDI signal with alpha in high resolutions is really noticeable on LED screens (TD to d3). Disguise are also planning to implement this protocol as input so it would be really useful combination. Renderstream is nice but not always needed for simple things.…

Bump again. device input output on this library over normal 10G(mellanox?) chipsets for 2110 would be super useful.

Bump. 2110 is only becoming more prominent, support in TD would be killer.

Yeah, this is going to be hugely helpful for uncompressed data streams over networks