Ultra-Reliable Streaming with the Teradek Prism Flex

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Searching for the utmost in reliability when streaming your video content, especially in the field? Teradek has you covered with the latest version of its flagship encoder line, the Prism Flex. These broadcast-quality encoder and decoder units deliver images in resolutions up to 4:2:2, 10-bit 4K HDR, using the most current protocols and supporting multi-point delivery and optional network bonding. The compact Prism Flex encoder fits easily into portable workflows and offers automatic cloud upload and SD card recording. And with the Prism app, there’s no need to hover right next to your camera―you can manage streaming from a comfortable distance using your iOS or Android device.

Teradek Prism Flex 4K Encoder

Streaming Versatility

The Prism Flex offers a variety of streaming options to accommodate your various workflows. Selections include HEVC/H.265 and AVC/H.264 compression and RTMP, RMTPS, SRT, MPEG-TS, and RTSP protocols. These encoder and decoder components support nuanced HDR imaging in 1080p HD and 4K resolutions and offer point-to-point and multi-point live streaming suitable for studio, live event, and educational use. Network bonding is available using an optional Teradek Core subscription.

Prism Flex 4K Interface

Prism Flex 4K Interface

Connectivity

The compact Prism Flex encoder supports multiple Internet inputs, including fast Wi-Fi 6 compatibility. Its interface includes two RJ45 Gigabit Ethernet ports, one SDI (BNC) input and one output, one USB-2 Type-C port and one USB-3 Type-C port for dual-modem use, and two antenna mounts. Power is supplied through a 2-pin LEMO-type port and there is a physical on/off switch.

Prism App

Compatible with iOS and Android devices, the Prism app enables you to manage and monitor your streaming from afar with resolution, bitrate, and network status review. The Prism app is also used when setting up the optional network bonding.

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