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Teradek Announces SERV: An iOS/Android Streaming Device w/ 3D LUT & Quad View

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#1 Mike Gailing

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Posted 05 April 2014 - 03:19 PM

I know you guys like zero delay systems, but Serv offers a whole new experience for on-set monitoring.


The Teradek Serv is a groundbreaking camera-back and tabletop HD-SDI transmitter that allows your clients and production staff to view every shot in real-time on their smartphones and tablets. Serv supports up to 10 connections at a single time and transmits both HD and SD video & audio in perfect sync over dual band WiFi. Since Serv utilizes WiFi networks, you can easily extend its range by adding any standard dual band router to your setup. 


But what about latency on my phone or tablet? Don’t sweat it. Serv transmits at just 4 frames of delay and is compatible with Teradek’s TeraView application, which lets you view and record up to 4 live feeds simultaneously on your iPad or Samsung Galaxy Pro Tablet at the same 4 frame latency. 


But TeraView must cost something, right? Nope! Its absolutely free. The application also supports 3D LUT filetypes, allowing you to transform your live video feeds into a gorgeous post-production look. Even better, you can load any custom 3D LUT filetype by connecting your Serv and smartphone or tablet to the same IP network video village utilizes.


Serv will be showcased along with our other products at the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB), from April 7-10, 2014 at Booth C8218.

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#2 Osvaldo Silvera SOC

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Posted 05 April 2014 - 03:47 PM

One cool thing I saw done on this season of La Voz kids for Telemundo was the reality crew was shooting with 2 ENG cameras mostly, each camera had a Teradek, I believe the 155 model WIFI transmiter, then the other cameraperson had a small arm holding their phone out next o the mattebox, facing back to the operator where they were able to see what the other camera op was doing, so both camera ops would not have the same shot. Worked as if they had a return monitor.

 With this new system, on a multi camera shoot each camera op could possibly have the same thing watching what the other cams are shooting and lessen the chances of having the same shot.

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