Teradek SERV Pro
Real-time iOS Monitoring
Stream live HD video from your camera, video switcher, or DIT cart to multiple iOS devices on set.
Wirelessly stream any camera output for iOS
Serv is a hardware device that streams live 1080p video over WiFi to up to 10 iOS devices running the Vuer application. Each feed is viewable at just 2 frames of delay and includes a stereo audio signal embedded within the stream. Serv includes both HDMI and 3G-SDI inputs and is equally at home mounted to a camera, on a DIT cart, or at video village.
Serv Pro is a hardware streaming device that allows up to 10 iPhones and iPads to monitor a video feed in HD over WiFi. Perfect for script supervisors, hair & makeup, classrooms, and documentary shoots, Serv Pro offers a compelling monitoring alternative to zero delay wireless video systems.
Stream over local networks
Serv connects to cameras via HDMI or 3G-SDI and streams over 2.4 / 5Ghz WiFi or ethernet to iOS devices connected to the same network. Each unit supports up to 10 simultaneous connections, whether you connect directly to Serv Pro or to the same wireless access point.
High definition and low latency
Each Serv Pro feed is streamed at 1080p with just a 2 frame delay. The video stream also includes a stereo audio channel that can be enabled or disabled from the Vuer iOS application.
Works harmoniously with Teradek Bolt and Paralinx products
Serv Pro operates on 5Ghz WiFi and is a complementary tool to zero delay wireless systems like the Bolt series. With proper frequency management, these systems will work together without interference.
Professional monitoring with VUER
The VUER application for iOS puts an entire cinematographers toolset in your hands, allowing you to use vectorscopes, false color, focus peaking, and more on each Serv Pro feed you’re monitoring. The application is free to use and can be customized to to allow users full or limited access to the toolset.
Monitor up to 4 live feeds at one time
VUER can monitor up to 4 Serv Pro feeds at the same time, all in 1080p and all at the same 2 frame delay.