HyperDeck Media Manager

Coming soon! - The easiest transfer of multicam media into postproduction

Camerize HyperDeck Media Manager is the ultimate Digital Media Technician tool for multi-camera production. It works with Black Magic Design Hyperdecks. HyperDeck Media Manger runs on Mac, Linux and Windows.

 

HyperDeck Media Manager is a central record controller. It names your files, offloads them in a clear folder structure, and creates a backup. Automatic formatting of full SD-cards after files are successfully transferred is an option. It happens while your production is ongoing.

 

In non-timecode environments, HyperDeck Media Manager can apply sync timecode for you. In postproduction you will be able to synchronize all sources by timecode!

 

HyperDeck Media Manager has a production floor driven design, it's made by people creating multi-camera shows every day: recording done = media management done!

 

  1. The program name will be used in the folder structure on the chosen storage device.
  2. Storage and backup file paths.
  3. Add Hyperdecks to the list and give the source name that will be used in the folder structure and in the video file names.
  4. Format All... At project start, insert the SD-cards in your Hyperdecks and format them all at once.
  5. Central record start and stop.
  6. Add the Hyperdecks to gang control, or detach it to control it independent of the rest.
  7. Recording timecode and status in a configurable field, easy to grab with tools like SDIScanConverter to serve as visual timecode source.

Are you using Hyperdecks? Let's get in touch, tell us about your work! Looking forward to meet you! 

 



     



     



     



     

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