Sound Devices PIX260i Video Recorder
To create amazing video productions, start with the Sound Devices PIX 260i rackmount video recorder. Use your HDMI or HD-SDI equipped high-definition video camera to record Quicktime files to the PIX 260i using Apple ProRes or Avid DNxHD. These are industry standard formats that you'll need for the best picture quality, processing efficiency, and storage purposes. There's even a built-in time code generator, with genlock and word clock output - and you can trigger recording via SMPTE timecode too. And you'll always know if you've gotten the perfect shot, thanks to the incredibly sharp and color-accurate In-Plane Switching display on the Sound Devices PIX 260i rackmount video recorder.
Sound Devices PIX 260i Rackmount Video Recorder at a Glance:
- High-quality video with industry-standard format support
- Amazingly detailed and color-accurate IPS display
- Built-in time code generator
- Holds up to four SATA hard drives
High-quality video with industry-standard format support
Connect your HD-SDI- or HDMI-equipped high-definition camera to the PIX 260i, and you're ready to capture Quicktime recordings using Apple ProRes or Avid DNxHD. These formats are industry standards because they have the best balance of picture quality, processing efficiency, and data storage needs. Basically, if you want your video to get used, you need to start with the right format - and the PIX 260i makes it easy.
Amazingly detailed and color-accurate IPS display
The IPS (In-Plane Switching) display on the PIX 260i is amazingly bright, sharp, and color-accurate. Off-axis viewing is exceptional. And if you need to customize the display for whatever reason, you'll appreciate the adjustable brightness, chroma, and contrast.
Built-in time code generator
You can send timecode to the PIX 260i via BNC, SDI, HDMI, or LEMO 5-pin, but it also has its own built-in time code generator too. Use the Freerun mode to keep time code running even when not recording, use Record Run mode to only run time code while you're recording, or use External mode to sync to an external clock signal. You can even trigger recording via external SMPTE time code.
Holds up to four SATA hard drives
The PIX 260i holds up to four SATA hard drives simultaneously. And you can record to them all simultaneously too, for RAID-1-style redundancy. It also eliminates the need for time-consuming copying, if you require multiple copies after recording.
Sound Devices PIX 260i Rackmount Video Recorder Features:
- High-quality rackmount video recorder
- Quicktime recording using Apple ProRes or Avid DNxHD
- IPS 800 x 480 display - exceptionally bright, sharp, and color-accurate
- Built-in time code generator, with I/O via BNC, SDI, HDMI, and LEMO 5-pin
- Holds up to four SATA hard drives, which can be used individually or simultaneously
- Up to 32 tracks of audio record/playback