Blackmagic HyperDeck Shuttle HD
HyperDeck Shuttle HD is a recorder and player designed for desktop use. That means it is more than a master recorder, it can also be used as a clip player. The large search button is perfect for scrolling through a lot of media to find the clip that customers want to play. You get support for ProRes, DNx and H.264 files in NTSC, PAL, 720p and 1080p video formats. The HDMI connections allow connection to switchers, cameras and monitors. In addition, SD cards, UHS-II cards and external USB-C drives can be used for media recording and playback. HyperDeck Shuttle HD uses the same design as ATEM Mini Extreme, so it's a perfect combination to use as a media player. It even has a built-in teleprompter.
HyperDeck Shuttle HD is perfectly designed for the desktop. This makes it possible to operate the front panel with one hand. The low angle allows your hand to rest on the search button and the control buttons are located at your fingertips. The design has the same depth and angle as the ATEM Mini Extreme, so they match perfectly when used together. That's perfect when users search through a lot of media. In addition, the buttons have the same design as traditional broadcast decks. The rear panel contains all video, power, network and control connections.
With support for H.264, ProRes and DNx files, you can record real broadcast masters. You can even choose between PCM or AAC audio. That's perfect for higher quality mastering when used with ATEM Mini switchers. You get everything needed to send shows to broadcasters and upload to YouTube.
The large search button allows you to visually browse your clip library. You can then use the previous clip button to go to the beginning of the clip. After playback, you can use the clip button to stop playback at the end of the clip. ATEM switchers can even remotely control HyperDeck Shuttle via Ethernet.
HyperDeck Shuttle includes a control panel that is very quick to use. The buttons are similar to a traditional broadcast deck. Just press the record button and you can immediately start recording the video input to a file. It will record in the file format set in the recording menu. There are other buttons to play, skip to the beginning of the clip, and skip to the next clip. The knobs are custom designed by Blackmagic Design for the highest quality. The large machined metal search button supports shuttle, jog and scroll so you can find clips quickly. In addition, all deck control functions can be activated remotely via the Ethernet network.
HyperDeck Shuttle supports recording to regular SD cards and UHS-II cards, so you don't need expensive custom media. Plus, you can even record to external USB drives. When using USB drives, if you use a USB hub or Blackmagic MultiDock, you can even record to multiple drives for non-stop recording. This means you can record up to 157 hours of H.264 in 1080p59.94 on a 1TB card. That's more than 6 days of HD recording with a single 1TB card.
If recording to other types of media is required, you can connect an external flash disk for recording via the USB-C expansion port. Plus, it's even possible to record to a disc array that users will use for editing, so you don't have to waste time copying files before they start post-production. Just move the disc to a computer and start editing right away. You can even add a Blackmagic MultiDock 10G that has 4 separate SSD media slots, allowing you to add SSD media to the HyperDeck Shuttle.
HyperDeck Shuttle HD supports the most popular codecs in use today. You get broadcast quality DNx and ProRes file formats. However, you also get space-saving H.264 Codec when recording in NTSC, PAL, 720p, 1080p plus even true 1080i interlaced formats. That means you get tight compression ratios of 60:1 to 285:1 for very small files with full broadcast quality. Plus, you can opt for uncompressed PCM audio or even AAC audio when uploading files to YouTube. HyperDeck Shuttle HD supports both ExFAT used on Windows and HFS+ used on Mac disk formatting standards, so disks can be mounted and read on both platforms. You also get support for recording lengthy events into a single video file.
For such a small design, HyperDeck Shuttle has powerful connections. The HDMI input can be connected to cameras and switchers such as ATEM Mini, and the HDMI output can be connected to monitors for presentations or ATEM Mini switchers as a media player. Imagine playing commercials, promos or music videos in ATEM Mini switchers from HyperDeck Shuttle. The back panel also includes a 12V DC power input and a power supply is included. The 1G Ethernet connection allows monitoring and remote file uploads. The USB-C expansion port can be used to record to large external drives, for software updates, or as a webcam output. The SD card slot supports both SD cards and UHS-II cards.
HyperDeck Shuttle HD Features
Compact desktop design.
Traditional broadcast deck controls with large search button.
Records to SD cards, UHS-II cards, and USB-C external media drives.
Records directly to USB-C external media drives.
Records standard H.264, ProRes, and DNx files.
Supports the latest broadcast technology connections.
1G Ethernet for fast file upload.
Powerful operating system with menus overlaid on video output.
HyperDeck Shuttle HD
12V universal power supply with international socket adapters
HDMI Video Inputs
HDMI Video Outputs
HDMI Audio Inputs
8 channel embedded audio.
HDMI Audio Outputs
8 channel embedded audio.
Via user interface on HDMI Out or Blackmagic HyperDeck Ethernet Protocol.
1 x USB Type-C 3.0 (up to 5Gb/s) for external drive recording, software configuration and updates.
SD Video Standards
525i59.94 NTSC, 625i50 PAL
HD Video Standards
720p50, 720p59.94, 720p60
1080i50, 1080i59.94, 1080i60
1080p23.98, 1080p24, 1080p25, 1080p29.97, 1080p30, 1080p50, 1080p59.94, 1080p60
2K DCI Video Standards
2Kp23.98 DCI, 2Kp24 DCI, 2Kp25 DCI, 2Kp29.97 DCI, 2Kp30 DCI
Television standard 24‑bit, 48 kHz sample rate.
REC 601, REC 709.
Multi Rate Support
Auto detection of SD and HD.
1 x SD card slot
1 x USB-C 3.0 expansion port for external
recording of SD, HD and 2K DCI.
UHS-I and UHS-II SD cards.
Can format media to ExFAT (Windows/Mac) or HFS+ (Mac) file systems.
ProRes HQ QuickTime, ProRes 422 QuickTime, ProRes LT QuickTime, ProRes Proxy QuickTime for all formats up to 1080p60.
DNxHD 220x, DNxHD 220x MXF, DNxHD 145, DNxHD 145 MXF, DNxHD 45, DNxHD 45 MXF for 720p and 1080p HD formats up to 60fps.
H.264 High 4:2:0 8‑bit, H.264 Medium 4:2:0 8‑bit, H.264 Low 4:2:0 8‑bit for all formats up to 1080p60.
Built in Control Panel
10 buttons for transport and device control plus metal search dial.
HDMI start/stop, time code run. Includes Blackmagic HyperDeck Ethernet Protocol. Supports remote FTP file upload.
Multi Rate Support
Outputs 23.98p, 24p, 25p, 29.97p, 30p, 50p, 59.94p, 60p defaulting to the highest rate.
Supported File Formats
Rich text (.rtf) with support for most rich text formatting. Plaintext (.txt)
Blackmagic HyperDeck Setup
Internal Software Upgrade Loaded at system start, or via Blackmagic HyperDeck Setup using USB port.
Mac 11.1 Big Sur,
Mac 12.0 Monterey or later.
Windows 10 and 11.
LED indicator lights above the media slots.
1 x Locking 5.5mm barrel 12V DC In for external power supply or battery use.
20 W max.
0° to 40° C (32° to 104° F)
-20° to 60°C (-4° to 140°F)
0% to 90% non‑condensing