Blackmagic Design HyperDeck Extreme 4K HDR
HyperDeck Extreme features the trusted reliability of HyperDeck combined with new innovations such as space-saving H.265 files, optional internal cache, 3D LUTs, and HDR support. With the ability to record up to native 8K in H.265, you get reduced storage costs and amazing image quality. The large touch screen ensures a perfect view of your recording as well as control overall deck settings. You can then add HyperDeck Extreme Control to transform it into a traditional broadcast deck. This means HyperDeck Extreme is the perfect solution for the next generation of broadcast, live production, and digital signage.HyperDeck Extreme 8K Advanced 8K model includes all the features of the 4K model, plus adds 8K 4320p60 recording and playback in H.265 and ProRes files. Includes scopes, touchscreen, user cache, and Quad Link 12G SDI.
- Record and Playback Full Resolution 8K
- Big Bright Screen for Easy Touch Control
- Traditional Broadcast Deck Controls
- Dual CFast Media for Non-Stop Recording
- Record Direct to External USB‑C Media Disks
- Optional Media Cache Eliminates Dropped Frames.
- Supports 12G‑SDI, HDMI, and Legacy Analog.
- Advanced HDR support with bright wide gamut LCD.
- Built-In Scopes Ensure Compliance with Broadcast Standards
- Latest MultiRate 12G-SDI for SD, HD, Ultra HD and Native 8K
- Standard H.265 and ProRes Files for Wide Compatibility
- Professional Multi-Channel SDI and Analog Audio
- 10G Ethernet for extremely fast remote media upload.
- Compatible with Controllers, Switchers, Converters, and More
- Supports live production, digital signage, and archive use.
- Flexible In and Out Point Entry for Editing
- Pre-roll Edits to Cue Decks
Record and Playback Full Resolution 8K
HyperDeck Extreme 8K HDR model has Quad Link 12G‑SDI so it’s possible to record and playback in full resolution 8K for amazing quality. The SDI connections are multi-rate, so you can use Quad Link 12G‑SDI to get compatibility with other 8K products, or switch to SD, HD, or Ultra HD using the single-link 12G‑SDI connection. To allow regular CFast cards to be recorded at a high resolution of 8K, HyperDeck Extreme 8K HDR uses modern H.265 files for 8K recording and playback. That’s perfect for connecting to the latest 8K televisions and projectors. Plus it’s also the perfect solution when using ATEM switchers. With 8K broadcasting already happening now, you’re ready for an 8K future.
Dual CFast Media for Non-Stop Recording
CFast media support allows you to record to commonly available flash memory cards. The H.265 files are small enough to allow long recordings on standard CFast cards. Plus there are 2 CFast card slots so you can swap out any full cards even during recording, allowing infinite length recording. CFast cards are perfect for broadcast because they are small, high speed, and affordable. You can even use a Blackmagic MultiDock 10G to add SSD compatibility. With H.265, you can record up to 1,398 minutes at 8Kp60 on a 1 TB card, 3,530 minutes in 2160p60 Ultra HD, and 9,446 minutes in 1080p59.94 on a 1 TB card. That’s over 23 hours in 8K and over 6 days in HD.
Latest MultiRate 12G-SDI for SD, HD, Ultra HD and Native 8K
The SDI and HDMI connections are multi-rate, so handle SD, HD, Ultra HD, and 8K. SD formats include NTSC and PAL. 720p HD standards include 720p50 and 59.94p. 1080i HD interlaced formats include 1080i50 and 59.94. 1080p HD formats include 1080p23.98, 24, 25, 29.97, 30, 50, 59.94 and 60p. You can even do 1080 PsF formats. Ultra HD is supported up to 2160p59.94. 2K and 4K DCI rates are available up to 25p. The HyperDeck Extreme 8K HDR model adds 8K standards such as 4320p23.98, 24, 25, 29.97, 50, 59.94 and 60p. All models support level A and level B at 3G‑SDI rates.
Standard H.265 and ProRes Files for Wide Compatibility
8K has 4 times as many pixels as Ultra HD so HyperDeck Extreme 8K HDR takes advantage of H.265 files for recording in 8K so file sizes are smaller and the 8K files are easy to use. H.265 files are extremely small and range from 60:1 to 285:1 compression ratios which means much lower file sizes. Plus H.265 is now supported on all major operating systems. HyperDeck Extreme even supports ProRes 422 HQ, ProRes 422, and ProRes 422 LT for recording and playback plus ProRes 4444 for playback to fill and key out. This means files will be compatible with software such as DaVinci Resolve, Media Composer, Premiere Pro, or Final Cut Pro.
Automate EditingBetween Tape and HyperDeck
The built-in editor allows the deck to deck editing. Operating the same way as traditional decks, the controller can operate both the HyperDeck recorder and the legacy broadcast deck all from the same front panel. This allows editing of old videotape simply by selecting the player button and entering in and out points on the tape and then selecting the recorder and pressing edit. The HyperDeck Extreme Control will now cue and play the broadcast deck while recording on the HyperDeck. Often streaming services need 1080p24 masters. That’s easy as it’s possible to add an inline Teranex Express converter to de-interlace, upconvert, aspect ratio convert, and remove pulldown while editing.