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Brandon MorrisWireless feed to iPad or monitor
by on Mar 30, 2012 at 4:45:33 am

Is it possible to have a wireless video feed from the RED Scarlet to an iPad? If not, how can I get a wireless video feed to a production monitor?

Brandon Morris
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Noah KadnerRe: Wireless feed to iPad or monitor
by on Mar 30, 2012 at 5:35:15 pm

Tons of wireless video transmitter/receivers out there- just google a bit and you'll find stuff. The cheaper they are the lower the quality and range.

Noah

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Brandon MorrisRe: Wireless feed to iPad or monitor
by on Mar 30, 2012 at 9:50:21 pm

Sorry, meant to ask for recommendations of models and prices for use with the Scarlet and Epic.
$100-$500 range.

Do you know anything about streaming to an iPad?
I know RED is coming out with an iPad app for controlling the camera.

Brandon Morris
Co-owner/Creative Director
http://www.fugostudios.com

RED Scarlet, Canon T2i, Panasonic HPX-170
Nikon Primes
Mac Pro 12-core 64GB RAM (2011)
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David BattistellaRe: Wireless feed to iPad or monitor
by on Apr 2, 2012 at 1:48:32 pm

Check out light iron's LIVEPLAY.

by far the best onset tool you can imagine. It's literally instant playback when setup correctly.

David

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Bob ZelinRe: Wireless feed to iPad or monitor
by on Apr 6, 2012 at 4:27:27 pm

Light Iron uses the Teradek Cube for this product.

http://lightiron.com/content/teradeks-news-blog-features-liveplay-ipad

Bob Zelin



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Jay KelleyRe: Wireless feed to iPad or monitor
by on Apr 20, 2012 at 5:55:33 pm

There is a new module for the Scarlet/Epic which will support live video transmission. (Can't spell it) Meitzer Module (Forgive me).. However the cost is $13,000.00.

Ouch.

I did see another module on an Epic while at the booth which was NOTHING but a wireless transmitter.. No cost or announcement on that one yet.. But it's out there.

Jay A Kelley
Lead Instructor
RED102: Epic and Scarlet Online Tutorials
http://www.red102.com

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