Blackmagic’s Teranex Mini is now available, allowing for SDI to DisplayPort 8K HDR connections and studio-quality color connection for Apple’s Pro Display XDR.
The Teranex Mini SDI to DisplayPort 8K HDR hardware is a converter that works with any DisplayPort monitor or Apple’s Pro Display XDR, and supports third-party color calibration probes as well as two onscreen scopes that can flip between WFM, Parade, Vector, and Histogram modes. The color LCD is used for both monitoring and settings.
The unit has four 12G-SDI auto-switching ports, four 12G-SDI loop outputs, four HDMI 2.0 connectors capable fo 4320p60 in Quad Link, and two channels of analog audio via RCA connectors. Configuration and updates are provided through USB-C or Ethernet. More technical details are available at Blackmagic’s website.
A stand-out feature of the Teranex Mini is 33 point 3D LUTs (look-up tables), on par with those used by film industry. If a third-party USB color probe is used, the Teranex can analyze a connected monitor and generate a 3D LUT to fix any discrepancies.
It connects with the Pro Display XDR by way of USB-C, and automatically scales video input to a display’s native resolution.
The gear can be used either on a desktop or in a rack mount.
The Blackmagic Teranex Mini SDI to HDMI 8K HDR is available now, for $1295. It requires macOS 10.14 Mojave, or macOS 10.15 Catalina.
Post time: Sep-18-2020