The Teradek Cube 655 is an H.264 encoder that transmits HD video over a/b/g/n WiFi, Ethernet, and cellular.
Designed for Professionals
Cube is manufactured in the USA and features 3G-SDI and HDMI inputs along with a new, high-powered 802.11AC WiFi adapter. Cube's rugged aluminum chassis and professional locking LEMO connector ensure it's ready for constant use in any environment.
Multi-interface streaming with ShareLink
Never struggle with bandwidth limitations again. The Cube 600 series includes ShareLink, a network aggregation service based on Teradek's bonding technology. ShareLink allows you to combine bandwidth from several network interfaces for more reliable, higher quality streaming. Learn more about ShareLink.
The Cube 600 series encodes video at bitrates up to 15 Mbps for pristine quality in any application. When bandwidth is limited, adaptive bitrate allows Cube to automatically adjust and stream at the highest quality achievable.
Improved Wireless Performance
Built-in 802.11ac dual band (2.4/5GHz) WiFi offers higher data throughput and stronger wireless connectivity at longer distances.
iPad Monitoring for All
Cube 600 supports monitoring on up to 6 devices iOS devices simultaneously so clients, crew, and director can all see the action.
Built-in Color Grading
Support for 33 point 3D LUTs and Pomfort LiveGrade integration allows your creative team to monitor graded footage on set or off. Looks can be applied to the stream itself or controlled independently within the TeraView app.
All New User Interface
Cube's intuitive new user interface makes it easier than ever to configure your device. Pages load more quickly, configuration changes apply instantly, and all encoder statuses are updated dynamically.
Cube's built-in SD card slot gives you the option to save high quality backup recordings for post-event editing.*
*Recorded video file bitrate and resolution match encoded stream quality.
Test Pattern Generator
A configurable test pattern generator allows you to test your stream without connecting a video source and prevents interruptions if video sync is lost.
Bi-directional IFB allows camera operators and crew to communicate in real-time, even if they're half a world away.