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AJA adds 12G-SDI solutions

AJA adds 12G-SDI solutions
HDR Image Analyzer 12G

AJA adds 12G-SDI solutions

The HDR Image Analyzer 12G is a 1U real-time HDR monitoring and analysis solution

AJA has unveiled a 12G version of the HDR Image Analyzer and Kumo 3232 router, an FS-Mini frame synchroniser Mini-Converter and three additional openGear compatible converter cards. In addition, users can benefit from new software and firmware updates that are designed to improve and enhance the Desktop I/O line, Mini-Converters and FS4 frame synchronisers/converters.

Developed in partnership with Colorfront, the HDR Image Analyzer 12G is a 1U real-time HDR monitoring and analysis solution featuring high bandwidth 12G-SDI connectivity. It aims to enhance monitoring and analysis of HDR formats in production and post, including Perceptual Quantizer and Hybrid Log Gamma.

Kumo 6464-12G
Kumo 6464-12G

The Kumo 6464-12G includes 64 12G-SDI inputs and 64 12G-SDI outputs for signal routing with increased 12G-SDI bandwidth connectivity. Ganged dual and quad-port routing configuration options allow users to combine multiple inputs and outputs for resolution support up to 8K.

Providing broadcast-quality utility frame synchronisation in a portable form factor, the FS-Mini Converter synchronises and converts a wide range of video formats to a house standard with a 3G-SDI input and output, simultaneous HDMI output and a two-channel RCA-style audio output.

The US manufacturer has also developed new OpenGear OG-FS-Mini, OG-ROI-DVI and OG-ROI-HDMI cards. The OG-FS-Mini combines the functionality of the FS-Mini-Converter with the openGear architecture, while the OG-ROI-DVI and OG-ROI-HDMI support DVI or HDMI to SDI region of interest scaling, scan conversion and image rotation in the openGear format.

Finally, a host of free firmware and software updates have been unveiled for the Hi5-4K-Plus, Hi5-12G and IPR Mini-Converters.

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