Teradek made their first announcement from NAB earlier this morning and it's a doozy. The three new products they've revealed make it evident they're trying to simplify the wireless monitoring workflow for your entire crew.

The Serv Platform

Serv_3-4_0Teradek's Serv

Teradek's new Serv platform brings HD real-time video monitoring to iPhones and iPads over WiFi. What's most impressive is at just 4 frames of delay, every critical member of your crew can view what is being shot without crowding around video village or requiring a heavy director’s monitor kit.

The Serv and Serv Pro can be mounted on your camera or at video village to offer up to 300ft of range using built-in WiFi access points. The HDMI-only Serv model supports up to 4 iOS devices at one time, while the dual-input Serv Pro can stream to more than 10 iOS devices in high definition.


In tandem with Serv, Teradek developed VUER, a free iOS application that gives users insight into live video feeds.  VUER contains a built-in histogram, false color, focus peaking, waveform monitor and vectorscope as well as a frame grab and compare tool, anamorphic de-squeeze and integration with Pomfort LiveGrade (LUTs).

For multi-camera productions, the VUER app can support up to 4 live video feeds from any combination of Serv and Cube devices. 

VUER is available on the App Store now.


Link_frontTeradek's Link

Finally, to connect Serv and VUER with maximum range and reliability, Teradek designed Link, a 802.11ac WiFi access point housed in an aluminum chassis that fits onto DIT carts, light stands, and just about anywhere on set. Link has a range of up to 1000ft and can also act as a bonded network router. 

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