Real-time HEVC H.264, 1080p encoding up to 60 fps
SDI and HDMI inputs
Adaptive bitrate encoding at up to 30 Mbps
Support for 33-point 3D LUTs and Pomfort LiveGrade integration
Support for USB cellular modems
SD card slot for recording
Test pattern generator with custom test pattern loading
Monitoring on up to six iOS and/or Android devices simultaneously
Aluminum housing, OLED display, and joystick navigation buttons
Teradek Bond 757 HEVC / AVC [Bond USB + Cube 755 + MPEG-TS] includes a Bond 318 Expansion Module, a Cube 755 Encoder, and a MPEG-TS license. The bond module supports up to five USB devices, Ethernet, and Wi-Fi. It also supports up to four iOS devices and is compatible with Cube 605/655, 715/755, and 805/855.
The Cube 755 encoder comes with one 3G/HD/SD-SDI (75 Ohm BNC) input and one HDMI type A receptacle input. It can be mounted horizontally or vertically with 1/4"-20 mounting holes.
HEVC and H.264 Encoding
HEVC or H.265 provides an encoding efficiency improvement over the older H.264 format. All other things being equal an H.265 encoding will be of higher fidelity than H.264. H.264 encoding is still useful and included to ensure compatibility with legacy hardware.
If connected to a local area network via Wi-Fi or Ethernet, the Cube 755 can stream the incoming video signal to up to 6 mobile devices running Android with the VLC app or iOS with the TeraView or VUER apps. Set your crew up with compatible devices and give them real-time wireless camera feeds without breaking the bank.
Import a 33-point 1D or 3D LUT to apply to the video being encoded by the Cube 755 to give your encoded video a finished look. Later, you can go back to the camera originals recorded with the log or flat profile and color grade them but on-set your director, client, and crew will appreciate a more true-to-life image than the one being recorded. Another option is to use the Pomfort LiveGrade integration, using LiveGrade to manually configure a grade to apply to the encoded footage.