Blackmagic Design Releases HyperDeck Shuttle 2 with Avid DNxHD Recording and Playback

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Last Updated: January 19, 2012 7:40 pm GMT
(Milpitas, California--January 19, 2012) Blackmagic Design today released a new version of its popular HyperDeck Shuttle Solid State Disk recorder. HyperDeck Shuttle 2 replaces the existing model and adds broadcast quality 10-bit recording and playback to the Avid DNxHD format for the same low price of $345.

HyperDeck Shuttle 2 is shipping now and available from Blackmagic Design resellers worldwide. HyperDeck 2.0 software public beta is available to download now from the Blackmagic Design web site. Any customer who has HyperDeck Shuttle 2 can download this software update to add DNxHD compressed recording.

HyperDeck Shuttle now records the highest quality uncompressed or compressed video formats onto common low cost SSDs in the smallest possible size! HyperDeck Shuttle is small, affordable and battery powered so it’s perfect as a field recorder. For direct camera mounting, HyperDeck Shuttle Mounting Plate can be added to provide multiple pre drilled 1/4” and 3/8” mounting holes.

HyperDeck Shuttle turns low cost cameras into high end broadcast cameras because it allows video file recording to bypass the camera's compression by recording from SDI and HDMI directly to 10-bit uncompressed QuickTime or Avid DNxHD MXF formats. SSDs are cheap and fast, and can be plugged into an eSATA dock for instant access to the media files, so are the most flexible recording medium available.

DNxHD is a broadcast industry standard for media files and adding native support for this compressed video format into HyperDeck Shuttle will allow dramatically longer recording times, lower media storage costs, and provide full file format compatibility with Avid Media Composer systems. All media is recorded in MXF format that’s immediately available for all Avid Media Composer systems and leading video applications including Blackmagic Design’s DaVinci Resolve.

SSDs are the latest computer disk technology that features flash storage in a low cost and small 2.5" size. Using SSDs with HyperDeck Shuttle provides video recording with blazing fast speed, low power consumption and totally silent operation. This is a perfect replacement for mechanical tape based acquisition and also eliminates complicated and expensive disk arrays. With no moving parts, SSDs are unbelievably robust and can handle shocks and vibrations that would destroy conventional hard drives or videotapes.

With SDI and HDMI inputs and outputs, HyperDeck Shuttle works with virtually every camera, deck or monitor and effortlessly plugs into monitors or televisions for instant on set preview. HyperDeck Shuttle can also be used as a video playback source for digital signage systems or connected to a live production switcher for recording events and then used for live playback!

“Recording DNxHD files straight to disk now costs less per minute than recording to professional tape plus it’s the most efficient workflow possible,” said Grant Petty, CEO, Blackmagic Design. “A 64Gb SSD is less than $100 and will record 50 minutes of the highest quality DNxHD video! This update means that both HyperDeck Studio and HyperDeck Shuttle customers can record broadcast quality DNxHD files for less than $2 a minute!”

HyperDeck Shuttle Key Features
  • Capture and playback with Solid State Disks in uncompressed and compressed 10-bit quality.
  • 10-bit capture and playback of uncompressed QuickTime and compressed Avid DNxHD MXF files.
  • SSD is removable for editing, and changing to blank disks.
  • 3 Gb/s SDI input using mini coax SDI connector and HDMI input. Auto selects.
  • 3 Gb/s SDI output using mini coax SDI connector and HDMI output.
  • Power supply connection also recharges battery.
  • USB connection for software updates and settings.
  • Machined out of solid block of aluminum for maximum strength and attractive design.
  • File compatibility with Media Composer, Final Cut Pro, Premiere Pro, DaVinci Resolve and more.

Availability and Price
HyperDeck Shuttle 2 is shipping now and available from Blackmagic Design resellers worldwide. HyperDeck 2.0 software public beta is available to download now from the Blackmagic Design web site. Any customer who has HyperDeck Shuttle 2 can download this software update to add DNxHD compressed recording.

About Blackmagic Design
Blackmagic Design creates the world’s highest quality video editing products, color correctors, video converters, video monitoring, routers, live production switchers, disk recorders, waveform monitors and film restoration software for the feature film, post production and television broadcast industries. Blackmagic Design’s DeckLink capture cards launched a revolution in quality and affordability, while the company’s DaVinci EmmyTM award winning color correction products have dominated the television and film industry since 1984. Blackmagic Design continues ground breaking innovations including stereoscopic 3D and 4K workflows. Founded by world leading post production editors and engineers, Blackmagic Design has offices in the USA, UK, Japan, Singapore, and Australia. For more information, please check http://www.blackmagic-design.com.

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Comments

Re: News: Blackmagic Design Releases HyperDeck Shuttle 2 with Avid DNxHD Recording and Playback
by Manuel Weber
any experience about DNxHD on normal HDD?
thanks
Re: News: Blackmagic Design Releases HyperDeck Shuttle 2 with Avid DNxHD Recording and Playback
by Sathya Vijayendran
The Hyperdeck Shuttle with the "2" upgrade doesn't add DNxHD recording capability.
The new Hyperdesk uses updated chips to encode DNxHD. You'll have to purchase a new unit for AVID codec encoding.
Re: News: Blackmagic Design Releases HyperDeck Shuttle 2 with Avid DNxHD Recording and Playback
by Jeroen Wollaars
I just got word from Blackmagic support:

HyperDeck Shuttle requires that you press the record button manually to "crash record." It does not have automatic triggering for record when you use the record button on the camera.


So there you go: no SDI rec or TC triggering there :(
Re: News: Blackmagic Design Releases HyperDeck Shuttle 2 with Avid DNxHD Recording and Playback
by Bo Skelmose
Also my experience :(

Re: News: Blackmagic Design Releases HyperDeck Shuttle 2 with Avid DNxHD Recording and Playback
by Sathya Vijayendran
I read a review for the Hyperdesk Shuttle 2 that it cannot be triggered by the camera, despite having an HD-SDI connection. Is this true?
I'd prefer this device to the Atomos Samurai (which starts recording when the camera starts recording), but that would be a deal-breaker.

Is this true? I'd like to use with an AF100.
Re: News: Blackmagic Design Releases HyperDeck Shuttle 2 with Avid DNxHD Recording and Playback
by Andreas Wojtaschek
The reason why it won't work with HDMI is that there is no specification about timecode in the HDMI stream. Most of the cameras don't output timcode via HDMI at all.

That is how it works - The Hyperdeck checks if the timecode runs - if it does it starts recording. If it stops it stops the recording. That is the same if you use the Atomos device. They have to check if the timecode that is coming from the camera runs or not. So you will have the same result with the Atomos.

If you use HD-SDI you will have no problems (unless your camera vendor doesn't output timecode via HD-SDI). Because there is a clear specification how timecode is embedded as meta-data into the HD-SDI stream.

Regards

Andreas

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Re: News: Blackmagic Design Releases HyperDeck Shuttle 2 with Avid DNxHD Recording and Playback
by Ramil Pasibe
We have the old hyperdeck shuttle and I've downloaded the hyperdeck 2.0 beta software. Even after installation of the new software, the dnxHD option is not available. I was kind of hoping a firmware update would enable the old hyperdeck to record DnxHD as well.

I hope this option is in the works :)
Re: News: Blackmagic Design Releases HyperDeck Shuttle 2 with Avid DNxHD Recording and Playback
by Robin Moran
Will it be possible to record to regular HDD on these things?

Re: News: Blackmagic Design Releases HyperDeck Shuttle 2 with Avid DNxHD Recording and Playback
by Bo Skelmose
Hej
Just ordered one today. I was told that the old shuttle should have new firmware and it would be the "2" model - hope they are right.
I cannot read from the BM homepage if this can be done.

@Robin Moran
by Keith Moreau
I'm also wondering if, in DNXHD mode it can record to a standard non-SSD drive. Let me know if you find out anything.
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