Encoders

Cube 725

Teradek

Cube 725

Real-Time H.265/H.264 (HEVC/AVC) Decoder

Product Code: TER-CUBE725

Suggested Retail Price £2,485+VAT

Where to buy

Stock status: In Stock; available from resellers

Kit List

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  • Real-Time H.265/H.264 (HEVC/AVC) Decoder
  • Ethernet and USB Interfaces (No WiFi)
  • HDMI and SDI Video Outputs (Outputs 1080p/30)
  • Camera Top Form Factor
  • Built-In Scaler
  • OLED Display
  • Powers by AC Adapter or 2-pin Connector Battery
  • Outfitted for 1/4" Mounting

Cube 725 is the latest in Teradek’s line of professional, scalable integrated decoders designed for video over IP delivery. Compatible with Cube encoders, Cube 625 offers SD/HD MPEG-4 HEVC/AVC decoding for point-to-point video distribution, allowing content creators, broadcasters and system integrators to cost-effectively and reliably meet strict QoS requirements.

With flexible HDMI/3G-SDI dual-output and Ethernet/WiFi (2.4/5Ghz)/cellular USB connection options, Cube 725 streamlines IP video deployment in existing workflows and enhances infrastructure for all users. Small form factor and high-performance decoding make it one of the most versatile solutions for content delivery strategies in the video ecosystem.

What is HEVC [H.265], and why does your production need it?

H.264 is one of the most ubiquitous acquisition video compression standards on the market. It’s used for everything from capture on a mobile phone to delivery on most web platforms, including social networks such as YouTube and Facebook (live and on-demand). The sheer flexibility of H.264 has resulted in it being one of the most enduring standards to date. It’s still likely to be your primary delivery codec for some time to come.

Live production from multiple locations, on a budget

Live from Sussex and Stockport (via. London) Live Production has always had its own set of challenges, including managing a network of cameras and equipment for a show where there’s no option of a second take. Keeping up with the technology is hard enough, but what if all of this has to be done with presenters that are geographically separated, with an MCR operator that can’t get to the control room. Comprehensive hardware options have existed for years. Portable production units (PPU) combine decoders, switchers, and encoders from manufacturers such as Blackmagic Design, Datavideo, Teradek, and many more into a transport ready solution.  Software production is a real solution. It’s designed to give you most of the capabilities of a broadcast unit, in a package that’s installable on a laptop, or as a compact turnkey solution.

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