TERADEK CUBE-555 1ch Composite Video Encoder & OLED & Li-Ion & 2.4/5.8G WiFi & mic input & USB & microSD
- Send Your Content Anywhere / Cube will transmit live video from any location with an Internet connection.
- Streaming to an iPad / Cube enables producers, clients, and others on set to monitor every shot live on their iPads.
- Broadcast Live to the Internet / With a simple press of the Go Live! button, Cube will stream directly to your website, Facebook page, or a content delivery network (CDN) of choice.
The Cube 555, like the original, is a camera-top wireless video encoder. The unit streams via dual-band WiFi, an Ethernet port, or a single 3G/4G USB modem.
The Cube 555 includes all of the same great features of the original Cube such as a compact aluminum chassis, comprehensive transport protocol support like RTP/RTSP/RTMP/MPEG-TS, and a variety of camera inputs. To bring Cube to the next level, Teradek has added a variety of important new features such as:
Cube’s new OLED enables users to rapidly change and review the settings of their unit in addition to providing real-time feedback for filenames, recording status, and wireless connectivity. No longer are computers or iPads needed for configuration; every feature is a simple click away.
Cube’s built-in Li-ION battery will give users up to 2 hours of runtime, which allows for seamless battery swapping or quick broadcasts. The battery can also be charged from an AC adapter or even a suitable external battery such as an Anton Bauer.
MIMO Access Point
The new MIMO access point feature greatly improves wireless performance and enables special features such as wireless camera control for devices without a WiFi capability built in, and ensures improved connectivity from an iPad or Android tablets.
Cube now comes with a headphone output for immediate audio monitoring.
The micro SD slot enables Cube to save on-board proxy recordings in real time. The recorded files (.mov or .mp4) are automatically synced with your proxy server over WiFi or cellular connections.
Cube’s micro USB port will charge the new internal battery.
The new Cube also supports dozens of Content Delivery Networks (CDNs), including Ustream, Justin.tv, Livestream, Youtube Live, and many others.