BLACK MAGIC HYPERD-ST-PRO HyperDeck Studio Pro
BLACK MAGIC HYPERD-ST-PRO
HyperDeck Studio disk recorders let you record the highest quality uncompressed and compressed ProRes and DNxHD video formats using fast 2.5" SSDs. Designed with familiar VTR controls, HyperDeck Studio includes innovative features that extend beyond the capabilities of traditional decks. Dual SSD slots let you record continuously, when one disk is full recording automatically continues on the next SSD. You can mount an SSD recorded using HyperDeck Studio on to any computer to access your files, so you don't need multiple decks to work with your media! There are two great HyperDeck Studio models to choose from.
HyperDeck Studio is a fantastic modern replacement for aging broadcast decks. You get the same functionality and control of a professional deck with the advantage of recording directly to uncompressed or industry standard ProRes and DNxHD video formats. Connect cameras, switchers or any other video feed to HyperDeck Studio and create files that are perfect for every production and post production workflow! With a slim 1 rack unit design, HyperDeck Studio is considerably smaller than a traditional VTR and fits easily into any equipment rack, OB vehicle or flyway kit!
HyperDeck Studio Pro
HyperDeck Studio Pro features 4 channels of 3 Gb/s SDI, HDMI and analog connections with standard XLR connectors for audio and timecode, and a built-in Thunderbolt port! Supports SD/HD, RGB 4:4:4 and 2K, plus full 4K playback from a single SSD using Apple ProRes.
HyperDeck Studio records SD/HD 10-bit 4:2:2 uncompressed video for perfect broadcast quality. With uncompressed video you can create the sharpest VFX plates for match moving, compositing and more. You get deep dynamic color range for color correction and perfect keying without jagged edges. You can also use industry standard compressed video formats that maintain incredible HD quality at reduced files sizes. With HyperDeck Studio Pro you can now push quality to new heights, with additional support for uncompressed RGB 4:4:4 and 2K, plus 4K playback using Apple ProRes.
Create files that are perfect for any broadcast and post production workflow! HyperDeck Studio's uncompressed video files are recorded in QuickTime format to provide universal compatibility with leading video software. Both HyperDeck Studio models also support Apple ProRes and Avid DNxHD industry standard file compression so you can record directly to your preferred video format. DNxHD and ProRes provide 5 times longer recording than uncompressed HD video, while maintaining 10-bit color and full frame 1920 x 1080 sampling.
HyperDeck Studio records universally compatible QuickTime files in 10-bit uncompressed or compressed DNxHD and ProRes formats so they can be used with all popular software packages, such as Final Cut Pro X, Adobe Premiere Pro CS6, After Effects CS6, Avid Media Composer 6, DaVinci Resolve and more. Customers will always be free to choose the editing, color correction and finishing tools that are best for their clients and jobs.
SDI Video Input: 4 x 10-bit SD/HD/3 Gb/s SDI switchable.
SDI Video Output: 4 x 10-bit SD/HD/3G Gb/s SDI switchable.
1 x 10-bit SD/HD/3 Gbs/SDI switchable Monitor Output.
Analog Video Input: 1 x Component YUV on 3 BNCs, supports HD and SD.
Analog Video Output: 1 x Component YUV on 3 BNCs, supports HD and SD.
HDMI Video Input: 1 x HDMI type A connector
HDMI Video Output: 1 x HDMI type A connector
Analog Audio Input: 2 x XLR connectors for professional balanced analog audio.
2 x RCA connectors for unbalanced analog audio from consumer equipment.
Analog Audio Output: 2 x XLR connectors for professional balanced analog audio.
SDI Audio Input: 16 channels embedded in SD and HD in QuickTime files.
2 channels in Avid DNxHD MXF files.
SDI Audio Output: 16 channels embedded in SD and HD in QuickTime files.
2 channels in Avid DNxHD MXF files.
HDMI Audio Input: 8 channels embedded in SD and HD in QuickTime files.
2 channels in Avid DNxHD MXF files.
HDMI Audio Output:8 channels embedded in SD and HD in QuickTime files.
2 channels in Avid DNxHD MXF files. 2 channels embedded in SD and HD
Timecode Input: 1 x XLR connector for timecode input
Timecode Output: 1 x XLR connector for timecode output
SSD Interface: 2 x 2.5" SATA 6Gb/s
Sync Input: Blackburst or Tri-Sync
Device Control: Sony™ compatible RS422 deck control port
Recorder Control: 12 buttons and jog wheel for local control of HyperDeck Studio Pro or use either RJ45 Ethernet or USB 2.0 high speed interface
Recorder Configuration: Use USB 2.0 high speed interface
Computer Interface: 1x Thunderbolt™ port for capture of video and audio.
1 x type B USB 2.0 port for initial setup, software updates and HyperDeck Utility software control.
SD Format Support: 625/25 PAL and 525/29.97 NTSC. 480p60 and 576p50 via HDMI only.
HD Format Support: 720p50, 720p59.94, 720p60, 1080i50, 1080i59.94, 1080i60, 1080PsF23.98, 1080PsF24, 1080PsF25, 1080PsF29.97, 1080PsF30, 1080p23.98, 1080p24, 1080p25, 1080p29.97, 1080p30, 1080p50, 1080p59.94, 1080p60.
2K Format Support: 2048x1080PsF23.98, 2048x1080p23.98, 2048x1080PsF24, 2048x1080p24, 2048x1080PsF25, 2048x1080p25
4K Playback Format Support: 3840x2160p23.98, 3840x2160p24, 3840x2160p25, 3840x2160p29.97, 3840x2160p30.
4K playback is supported from a single ProRes QuickTime file.
SDI Compliance: SMPTE 259M, SMPTE 292M, SMPTE 296M, SMPTE 425M
SDI Metadata Support: HD RP188 and closed captioning.
Audio Sampling: Television standard sample rate of 48kHz and 24 bit
Video Sampling: 4:2:2 and 4:4:4
Color Precision: 10-bit
Color Space: REC 601, REC 709
Multiple Rate support: SDI, HDMI and component analog video connections are switchable between standard definition and high definition. SDI switches between 270 Mb/s standard definition SDI, 1.5 Gb/s HD-SDI and 3 Gb/s HD and 2K SDI.
Copy Protection: HDMI input is unable to capture from copy protected HDMI sources. Always confirm copyright ownership before capture or distribution of content.
Codec Support: Uncompressed QuickTime, Apple ProRes 422 (HQ) QuickTime, Avid DNxHD QuickTime, Avid DNxHD MXF
Displays: Built-in LCD for video, audio and timecode monitoring
Physical Installation: 1 rack unit size. Less than 7 inches deep.
Power Supply: 1 x built-in international AC power supply with IEC C14 inlet. 110-240V, 50-60Hz.
Product Warranty: 12 Month Limited Manufacturer’s Warranty.
BLACK MAGIC HYPERD-ST-PRO FAQs
What SSDs should I use with the HyperDecks?
SSDs which are qualified for Uncompressed 10-bit video capture will also work well for compressed video capture. There are some SSDs which we have tested and found to drop frames when capturing Uncompressed 10-bit video. However, they still work well when capturing compressed video.
The following SSDs are recommended for Uncompressed 10-bit or compressed video capture: OCZ 240GB Vertex 3 (VTX3-25SAT3-240G) OCZ 480GB Vertex 3 (VTX3-25SAT3-480G) OCZ 240GB Deneva 2 (firmware 2.22) (D2CSTK251M21-0240) Crucial 256GB C300 (CTFDDAC256MAG-1G1) - (discontinued) Crucial 512GB M4 (firmware 009 or later) (CT512M4SSD2) Intel 335 Series 240GB SSD (SSDSC2CT240A4K5) Intel 520 Series 240GB SSD (SSDSC2CW240A310) Intel 520 Series 480GB SSD (SSDSC2CW480A310) Kingston 64GB SSDNow V+100 (SVP100S2/64G) - (discontinued) Kingston 128GB SSDNow V+100 (SVP100S2/128G) - (discontinued) Kingston 512GB SSDNow V+100 (SVP100S2/512G) - (discontinued) Kingston 120GB SSDNow V+200 (SVP200S3/120G) Kingston 240GB SSDNow V+200 (SVP200S3/240G) Kingston HyperX 240GB (SH100S3/240G) Sandisk Extreme 480GB (SDSSDX-480G-G25) PNY 240GB Prevail SSD (firmware 5.0.2) (SSD9SC240GCDA-PVL) OWC Mercury Extreme Pro 6G SSD (firmware 5.0.2) (OWCSSDMX6G240T) Digistor – 128GB SSD Professional Video Extreme (DIG-PVD128E, pre-formatted ExFat) Digistor – 240GB SSD Professional Video Series (DIG-PVD240S, pre-formatted ExFat) Digistor – 480GB SSD Professional Video Series (DIG-PVD480S, pre-formatted ExFat)
In addition to the above, these SSDs work only for compressed video capture: Crucial 256GB M4 (firmware 000F) (CT256M4SSD2) OCZ Agility 3 240GB (AGT3-25SAT3-240G) Sandisk Extreme 120GB (SDSSDX-120G-G25)
Important Notes About SSD Speed
Some models of SSD can’t save video data at the speed the manufacturer claims. This is due to the disk using hidden data compression to attain higher write speeds. This data compression can only save data at the manufacturer’s claimed speed when storing data such as blank data or simple files. Video data includes video noise and pixels which are more random so compression will not help, therefore revealing the true speed of the disk.
Some SSDs can have up to 50% lower write speed than the manufacturer’s claimed speed. So even though the disk specifications claim an SSD has speeds fast enough to handle video, in reality the disk isn’t fast enough when used to store video data for real time capture. However, this mostly affects HD capture and often these disks can still be used for playback.
Use Blackmagic Disk Speed Test to accurately measure whether your SSD will be able to handle uncompressed video capture and playback. Blackmagic Disk Speed Test uses data to simulate the storage of video so you get results similar to what you’ll see when capturing video to a disk. During Blackmagic testing, we have found newer, larger models of SSD and larger capacity SSDs are generally faster.
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