Important: Your processor must support (Supplemental SSE3 (SSSE3) instructions and is currently supported by Intel Core 2 Duo, Intel Core i7/i5/i3, Intel Atom, AMD Bulldozer, AMD Bobcat, and later processors.)
1. Download VLC from http://www.videolan.org/vlc/download-windows.html ( either x32 or x64). Anything above 2.2.1 is acceptable. Default Install is perfectly fine.
2. Download Plugin (VLC_Plugin.rar) and copy plugin to VLC folder (c:\Program Files\VideoLAN\VLC\plugins\video_output\)
3. Download and Install Spout 2 and Spout 2 NDI (http://spout.zeal.co/download-software/) I recommend donating some money to Spout Project, do a good thing!! Thanks in Advance!
4. Start VLC. Go to Preferences / Video > Output Options ( NewTek NDI video output). See the picture.
5. Restart VLC and Load up your playlist.
6. Launch NDI 2 Spout. C:\Program Files (x86)\Spout to NDI
7. Select the source, now the NDI signal is transferred to Spout.
8. Open Resolume and See Spout Output under Sources.
Lots of possibilities with VLC. The significance is that you can pick up the output with any machine on the network.
But, if this does not work, you might need to register/download and run the installer for NDI Tools.
Be careful if you are using a version of Visual Studio earlier than VS2013, because the installer will overwrite something and you will need to re-install your version of Visual Studio. I think it could be the .net update that is the culprit but I am not sure.
I think there is a lot of potential with NDI since they made the SDK freely available. Also I believe there could be an update to a substantially improved Version 2 later this year.