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AJA updates add up

AJA updates add up

AJA updates add up

Designed to keep pace with evolving formats, protocols, codecs and other modern workflow demands, AJA Video Systems has released a low-latency KONA X I/O card, HDR Image Analyzer 12G v3.0 update and 12G-SDI OpenGear audio and HDMI conversion solutions.

Compatible with AJA Desktop Software v17 and v17 of AJA’s software development kit (SDK), the KONA X is a four-lane PCIe 3.0 card for ultra-low latency video capture and playback and features built-in streaming DMA. Combining bidirectional dual BNC 12G-SDI and dual HDMI 2.0 connections, the KONA X has been designed to meet a broad range of I/O demands. An optional KONA Xpand board promotes more connectivity, including AES/EBU audio, LTC and REF.

The latest HDR Image Analyzer 12G v3.0 monitoring and analysis solution update introduces several new workflow capabilities for live, on-set, QC and postproduction environments. The update increases the volume of video channels that can be analysed simultaneously, integrates Dolby Vision tools, adds NDI connectivity options, expands support for the latest ARRI colour science with ARRI LogC4 analysis and enhances 8K/UHD2 compatibility for high-resolution workflows.

With the OG-12G-AM and OG-12G-AMA, 16 channels of AES/EBU and analogue audio embedding and dis-embedding are enabled respectively. Supporting 12G-SDI input and output up to 4K/UltraHD, OG-Hi5-12G and OG-HA5-12G cards ensure 12G-SDI conversion to HDMI 2.0. Each hot-swappable card is designed for high-density openGear 2U frames, including the OG-X-FR, for remote control via support for Ross DashBoard software.

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