HyperDeck Studio Mini features dual SD card recorders, professional connections, Ethernet, built in power and much more, all miniaturized into an elegant 5 inch wide compact and modular design. You can rack mount it using the optional Teranex Mini Rack Shelf and combine it with additional modules to create a customized deck! For example, if you need to get shots from old analog broadcast masters, simply add a Teranex Mini Analog to SDI, and now you can get old content into modern editing software. If you're not using it in a rack, HyperDeck Studio Mini’s elegant design also looks great when used on a desktop. HyperDeck Studio Mini is a truly professional and very versatile broadcast deck!
HyperDeck Studio Mini features multi rate 6G-SDI connections so you can work with all SD, HD and Ultra HD formats up to 2160p30. You get an SDI input and two SDI outputs that can be used for fill and key. The HDMI output makes HyperDeck Studio Mini perfect for connecting to big screen televisions, projectors and digital signs. For large digital signage, there's reference input and a reference generator with reference output that lets you sync multiple HyperDecks for ganged playback. You also get RS‑422 deck control, Ethernet and built in 110‑240V AC power supply. There’s even an SDK and easy to use Ethernet protocol, so you can develop your own custom solutions!
HyperDeck Studio Mini features traditional deck style transport controls, including a small search dial for jog and shuttle. The compact LCD shows timecode and transport information, plus a full color thumbnail preview of the current clip in record or playback. It also displays information about each card’s recording status, along with video format, frame rate information and audio levels, all on the same display! The combination of familiar VTR style controls and the built in LCD screen makes HyperDeck Studio Mini incredibly fast to use and very easy to learn!
SD cards are commonly available, inexpensive and extremely reliable, which makes them perfect for use as professional broadcast media storage. Best of all, unlike mechanical hard disks, you get zero latency and instant playback. HyperDeck Studio Mini records to both regular SD cards and high performance UHS-II cards. You can use standard SD cards, or UHS-II cards when you want to record Ultra HD. SD cards are incredibly tiny, so you can create an archival library of your content that takes up a fraction of the space required by old tapes and disks! Plus now with the latest software update, HyperDeck Studio Mini recordings can be more than 3 hours long in a single file!
HyperDeck Studio Mini features dual media slots for non stop recording. When the recording card becomes full, recording automatically continues onto the next card. That means you'll never have to worry about missing an important shot. That’s perfect when recording at longer live events because the cards are also hot swappable, so you can swap a full card for an empty one while recording continues in the other slot! Each slot has an indicator light that changes color to show status so you’ll instantly know which card is in use. HyperDeck Studio Mini is repairable as the SD card slots use individual internal PCB’s that can be replaced if the slot ever becomes worn out from heavy use.