We are not just skilled web developers, we – as engineers of Media Technology – also strive to improve whole systems.
So we developed a nice workaround for our workflow with the Teradek Cube lately. The Problem: the clips couldn’t be saved locally, but had to be transmitted to an external server via WiFi or cable.
Our solution: Just below the Cube, a Raspberry Pi is connected to store proxy recordings. Filename is added by by creating a script that uses the ARRI SDK. Finally, when its time for review, the Pi establishes a local WiFi connection and the easySCOTT app loads and replays the clips.
Want to know how it works? Well, you should test easySCOTT – or just talk to us.
Teradek liked our solution as well as you can see on their Facebook Page.