Technical Specifications • Interface:Standalone • Storage:USB port, 2.5" internal SATA bay** • Network:Ethernet (10BASE-T / 100BASE-T) • Video Input:HDMI / Component • Video Output (Pass-Through):HDMI • Audio Input:HDMI, RCA L/R, 3.5 mm microphone • Audio Output (Pass-Through):HDMI, 3.5 mm stereo • Max Pass-Through Resolutions:1080p60 • Max Record Resolutions:1080p30 • Supported Resolutions (Video input):1080p, 1080i, 720p, 576p, 576i, 480p, 480i • Record Format:MPEG 4 (H.264+AAC) • Dimension (W x D x H):190 x 152.5 x 33.5 mm (7.5 x 6 x 1.3 in) • Weight:421 g (14.9 oz) Notes: 1. Game Capture HD II does not support viewing/recording/streaming of HDCP protected signals 2. ** Not included. NTFS format in MBR partition table is required. (FAQ link here) USB hubs, card readers, FAT format, NAS or HDDs over 2 TB capacity are not supported. 3. When playing back on TV, 1080p30 video may be displayed as 1080i60.
What's in the box • Game Capture HD II (C285) • HDMI cable • Power adapter (12V / 1.5A) • Remote control • Quick guide
The Magewell Ultra Stream HDMI is a single-channel HDMI streaming encoder that can encode streams up to 1080p at 60 fps for popular content delivery networks (CDNs) such as YouTube Live, Facebook Live, and Twitch, or custom RTMP servers. Simultaneously, you can record the stream to your mobile device or a USB drive plugged into the front panel USB 2.0 port. All the device's controls are found in the mobile app for iOS and Android devices. Simple push-button controls to start/stop streaming and recording are on the unit itself.
The HDMI input can accept UHD and DCI 4K signals up to 60 fps, so streaming from PCs or game consoles that support 4K output doesn't require any other hardware. Use the HDMI loop output to view the unaffected input signal at its full resolution. Internally, the Ultra Stream HDMI will downscale it appropriately for streaming and/or recording. If you like to have live audio over your streams and recordings, use the 3.5mm input jack to plug in a mic and the other 3.5mm jack to monitor on headphones.
The Blackmagic Design HyperDeck Studio 2 is a file-based deck that features the same functionality and control of professional tape decks. It records uncompressed video with 4:2:2 color sampling at 10-bit in Quicktime format, and also records video using either ProRes or DNxHD codecs. With two SSD slots, you can record almost endlessly as one SSD becomes full, recording automatically continues on to the other. The HyperDeck Studio features one 3G-SDI input and three SD/HD/3G-SDI outputs plus a loopthrough output, and one HDMI input and one HDMI output. All outputs, except the loopthrough SDI, are always active, so playback is available on both the SDI and HDMI outputs no matter what input it was recorded from.
The Studio 2 is a 1RU rack mountable unit, with built-in rack mount ears. It features illuminated front panel button control and a jog/shuttle wheel for analog scrubbing. RS-422 control is supported for external control. You can also control the unit using either the USB port or over Ethernet via the RJ45 connector. An integrated LCD on the front panel allows you to monitor the video, and display timecode and transport information.
The HypeDeck Studio 2 records to uncompressed Quicktime at 10-bit with 4:2:2 color sampling. It also records to ProRes 422(HQ), Avid DNxHD and Avid DNxHD MXF
Two SSD Bays
The unit incorporates two 2.5" SSD slots that allow you to record almost endlessly as recording seamlessly switches from one SSD to the other as the first one fills up.
The HyperDeck Studio 2 features separate dedicated input & output connectors, and supports SD/HD signals over SDI and HDMI. In addition to NTSC and PAL signals, 720 x 480p and 720 x 576p signals are only supported over HDMI.
VTR Style Controls
The HyperDeck Studio 2 features VTR style front panel controls for record and playback. With illuminated buttons, for working in dim locations or settings, while a built-in jog/shuttle wheel provides analog style control over your playback.
The HyperDeck Studio 2 features one HDMI, two SDI, and one SDI monitor out which are always active, no matter what the original input signal is. The exception is with 480p & 576p signals over HDMI, these signals will only play back over the HDMI output.
The unit also features a loopthrough SDI output that only passes the signal from the SDI input, and does not output recorded video from the SSDs.
The unit is controllable via RS-422 control and over the Ethernet or USB port.
Built-In LCD Monitor
The unit's front panel also features a built-in LCD screen that allows you to monitor input or playback video as well as timecode, format, and audio levels.
The unit's SDI connectors are 3G capable, but currently the unit only supports HD video up to 1.5Gb/s (HD-SDI).
The HyperDeck Studio 2 includes HyperDeck Utility.