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AJA supports HDR video

AJA supports HDR video
OG-12GDA-2x4

AJA supports HDR video

The OG-12GDA-2x4 features support for HDR video and Ross DashBoard software for remote monitoring

Designed for live event production environments, AJA has unveiled the OG-12GDA-2x4, an openGear 12G-SDI distribution amplifier featuring support for HDR video and Ross DashBoard software for remote monitoring. It includes dual-channel inputs for incoming 12G-SDI signals, with reclocking of the distributed signals to dual 4x 12G-SDI outputs. In an AJA OG-X-FR openGear frame, this reportedly allows for up to 20 12G-SDI inputs distributed to a total of 80 12G-SDI outputs when fully loaded with 10 cards. The OG-12GDA-2x4 is compatibile with OGX, OG3 and DFR-8321 openGear frames, and DashBoard software support on Windows, macOS and Linux for local network or remote monitoring.

AJA has also announced a series of updates. First, 8K support has been added to its HDR Image Analyzer 12G, launched at the end of 2019. The free software release will feature up to 8K/UHD2 HDR monitoring and analysis for high raster content with 12G-SDI for higher bandwidth workflows.

Ki Pro Go
Ki Pro Go

Second, a v1.5 firmware update for Ki Pro Go adds timecode recording and playback, expanded primary and backup recording to all USB ports and new clip naming and segment recording. Ki Pro Ultra Plus v5.0, meanwhile, introduces a new Infinite Recording feature that allows the unit to act as an always running backup recorder. Infinite Record mode includes automatic formatting and rollover to both AJA Pak Media slots for uninterrupted recording, so there is no downtime when one drive fills up.

Finally, the manufacturer has released Desktop Software v15.5 for KONA, Io and T-TAP products, featuring additional functionality for both HDR and 8K workflows, plus new performance upgrades to reportedly enhance creative freedom and flexibility across Windows, Linux and macOS.



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