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Record high quality codecs

On demand cloud encoding of edit-ready formats like ProRes, DNxHR, XDCAM, XAVC and AVC-Ultra

What does Cinedeck do?

Remote production can be straightforward and simple. Our intuitive Cinedeck 2.0 UI will power you through your multicam records for NDI and SRT inputs.  Fire up your AWS instance and you’ll be ready to record to all the professional codecs we support like ProRes, DNxHR, XDCAM and AVC. And your recorded media can connect directly to your MAM and cloud-based storage.

All your assets are right where they need to be for a fully distributed camera to post workflow that can include editing, archive, streaming and more.

Set this up yourself, or work with Capture2Cloud partners like Envoi or Tyrell Cloud to customize a turnkey solution for you.

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Record your ISO streams directly to the codec required for editing and file delivery. Or, you may want to record a hi-res, high quality format that can be transcoded downstream for streaming deliverables. 

Cinedeck Ingest has features that will manage your encode, scheduled ingest and playback as you scale from a single stream to multiple ISOs. 

Cinedeck Cloud Ingest is priced per day on AWS Marketplace so you can spin up on demand ISO in the cloud ingest in minutes powered by AWS.

What our customers are saying

More than ever, it is essential for companies to be able to access content remotely, without losing the integrity of the editing process or content quality. Capture2Cloud allows editing teams and distribution the same features as an on-prem solution, enabling teams to continue providing great entertainment without losing quality or costing a fortune.​
Nick Stokes
CEO, Envoi

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Supported Formats & Resolutions

CODECCLASSWRAPPERSFRAMERATERESOLUTION
AVC- I 100, 200QT, Op1A, OpAtom, DPP23.98p, 24p, 25p/50i, 29.97p/59.94i, 30p, 50p, 59.94p, 60pHD
XAVC - I 300, 480Op1A23.98p, 24p, 25p/50i, 29.97p/59.94i, 30p, 50p, 59.94p, 60pup to 4K
DNxHD LB, SQ, HQ, HQX, 444QT, Op1A, OpAtom23.98p, 24p, 25p/50i, 29.97p/59.94i, 30p, 50p, 59.94p, 60pup to 4K
DnxHRLB, SQ, HQ, HQX, 444QT, Op1A, OpAtom23.98p, 24p, 25p/50i, 29.97p/59.94i, 30p, 50p, 59.94p, 60pup to 4K
DPX-23.98p, 24p, 25p/50i, 29.97p/59.94i, 30p, 50p, 59.94p, 60pup to 4K
DVQTPAL/NTSCSD
DVC PROQT, OpAtom23.98p, 24p, 25p/50i, 29.97p/59.94i, 30p, 50p, 59.94p, 60pHD
H.264many qualitiesQT, Op1A, OpAtom23.98p, 24p, 25p/50i, 29.97p/59.94i, 30p, 50p, 59.94p, 60pup to 4K
IMX - D10QT, Op1A, OpAtomPAL/NTSCSD
JPEG200050Mbps up to math losslessQT, Op1A, AS0223.98p, 24p, 25p/50i, 29.97p/59.94i, 30p, 50p, 59.94p, 60pup to 4K
JFIFAll S and M OpAtom23.98p, 24p, 25p/50i, 29.97p/59.94i, 30p, 50p, 59.94p, 60pSD
ProResProxy, LT, Normal, HQ, 4444, XQQT, Op1A, OpAtom23.98p, 24p, 25p/50i, 29.97p/59.94i, 30p, 50p, 59.94p, 60pup to 4K
UncompressedQT, OpAtom, AVI23.98p, 24p, 25p/50i, 29.97p/59.94i, 30p, 50p, 59.94p, 60pup to 4K
XDCAM25 CBR,35 VBR, 35 VBR 1440,50QT, Op1A, OpAtom23.98p, 24p, 25p/50i, 29.97p/59.94i, 30p, 50p, 59.94p, 60pHD

Features

Cinedeck Ingest systems support a fully customizable RESTful API that creates new interoperability for production and post-production workflows.
Selectively toggle on & off and map the destination channels of incoming audio i.e., a system could be setup to record incoming channels 1 & 2 and 7 & 8 to channels 1, 2, 3 & 4. Audio mapping will be enhanced in future versions of the system software.
Audio delay in milliseconds which can be added (per channel) to SDI, AES and Analog audio sources. Each channel can be delayed up to 999 milliseconds.
Cinedecks provide a broad selection of text metadata elements that can be burned into the video image of a file while its recording. Data selection can include any combination of user selectable timecode, system time and date, GPS coordinates*, file name, frame numbers and user defined text. The position, size and color of each element is adjustable. * GPS coordinates require the use of a Garmin model 18x GPS USB receiver
Cinedeck provide control of character out as an overlay on the user interface and the SDI video output and or as a burn-in to the encoded video with fully adjustable position, size and color.
  • Channel overlays can be independently setup with different content, character styles, sizes, positions and colors.
  • User-selectable content can be included in the different super overlays such as audio meters, timecode, file name, transport status and user defined text.
  • Secondary outputs are optional on ZX
Cinedecks support recording and playback of CC Closed Caption data with any codec wrapped as MOV or one of the MXF Op1a profiles.
Edit while capture / record is available for “QuickStart” MOV and Op1A wrappers. In Adobe Premiere, XDCamHD Op1A can be recorded to a destination which is accessible by the edit system and content can be imported, refreshed and edited while recording is still underway. Final Cut Pro growing files support depended on a discontinued plug-in. Cinedeck currently supports Edit While Capture with our Avid Interplay Support.
Cinedecks allow the user to easily gang together two or more internal channels from the user interface for simultaneously triggering record and/or playback. To reduce the strain on spinning disc file systems, Cinedeck also support a user defined staggered gang, allowing channels to be triggered sequentially with a specified time delay instead of simultaneously.
Cinedeck recorders can accept an external IRIG-B timecode input and display the data on screen and optionally burn the data into the recorded video while recording the data with the incoming source.

Capture2Cloud can record all (2K-HD-SD) inputs with the users’ choice of available master and proxy codec (for example ProRes HQ  and ProRes proxy or uncompressed with H.264 proxy)

All Cinedeck systems support NDI and SRT for record and playback.

Playout While Record is achieved by leveraging a pre-allocated file space or blacked-file. A file with the users selection of format, codec, duration, etc., is created and then recording is done by inserting the needed video and audio into the file. Playback of the file is completely flexible in that any portion can be accessed at any time.

Each Cinedeck  input can be written as master and proxy file(s) and the decks can write redundant files per input/encoder to multiple destinations, providing the media and connection support the selected bit rate and I/O needs.

For example, a 4 channel system can write a ProRes master and proxy file for each input giving you four primary masters and four primary proxies.

Activating redundant record can provide up to four additional or secondary masters and four secondary proxies for a total of sixteen files. Redundant recording can be set on a per-encoder basis.

The Cinedeck user interface has a built in scheduled record and playback feature.

Segment Record, also known as user-defined ‘chunking’, allows long recordings to be split into clip segments of shorter duration.


During recording, each time the user specified duration is reached or the manual ‘break’ button is pressed, the current file is closed and the next segment file begins. Previous segments can be fully-accessed for playing and copying, etc.

Additionally, breaking large recordings into smaller pieces allows content to be easily transferred to storage with file size limits such as DVDs or FAT32 drives. Each segment is automatically sequentially numbered.

  • For recording and playback, all Cinedecks can utilize network storage including NAS (network attached storage) and SAN (storage area network) systems requiring client software.
  • Cinedeck operating system can be setup to support iSCSI file systems.
  • Cinedecks are Windows 10 Embedded based so fully support SMB shares and client software is often available for SAN installations.

Cinedeck provide internally generated timecode, can accept embedded SDI timecode or external ‘LTC’ and display the data on screen and optionally burn the data into the video of selected files while recording the data with the incoming source. IRIG-B timecode is also supported.

Each recording session can be accompanied by clip specific *.xml files. The completed *.xml files contain clip specific metadata which can be imported into asset managements systems and the like. The destination folder can also be selected for the xml files.