Real-time Mobile Device Monitoring
Stream live HD video from your camera, video switcher, or DIT cart to multiple iOS/Android devices on set.
With smart device monitoring, anybody from script supervisors to clients can view what’s being shot from their own iOS/Android device, saving you space at video village.
Clients can keep an eye on the content without having to fight for a view of a monitor in video village.
Sound can ensure their boom or plant microphones aren’t in the shot without having to disturb other departments.
Hair & Makeup can ensure continuity with the talents’ look by using frame grabs and comparing with overlays.
At the core of Teradek’s mobile device monitoring workflow is Vuer, a free iOS/Android application that brings a comprehensive cinematographer’s toolset to your iPad and iPhone. Vuer can display up to 4 live HD video feeds at one time, each with its own independent set of tools to help you and your crew gain insights into your footage.Preview Vuer's key features:
Serv can be used for a variety of different workflows, from the solo camera operator to multi-camera productions.
Find the configuration that fits your needs by clicking the buttons below:
In this setup, Serv acts as the master WiFi access point that your iOS/Android devices connect to. This workflow is ideal for run-and-gun, highly mobile shoots when you need to keep equipment to a minimum. From Serv, you will get up to 300ft of WiFi range, as well as a single video feed for up to 10 iOS/Android devices to monitor.
For fixed locations, the Teradek Link WiFi router is recommended for the best wireless performance and range. Simply connect your Serv and iOS/Android devices to Link, launch the Vuer application on your iPhone/iPad, and begin monitoring up to 1000ft away from the router.
To monitor several video feeds at once, a wireless access point like Link is required to ensure optimal performance. Once each Serv and iOS/Android device connects to Link’s WiFi network, the Vuer app will automatically detect the incoming video feeds on your iPhone or iPad, allowing you to view up to 4 separate streams at one time.