AJA has unveiled several new technologies, including those based around the company’s goal of continuing to build a 4K UHD infrastructure, and that includes IP workflows. “Now that they are becoming real, people are finding holes in their workflows and we are giving them tools to bridge the transition,” said product marketing manager Bryce Button.
New technologies on show include Corvid HEVC, a 4K and multi-channel HEVC encoding card, as the latest addition to AJA’s Developer Program. Cisco, a developer partner of AJA’s, is already demonstrating the integration of Corvid HEVC into the Cisco UCS rack-based server at IBC.
Corvid HEVC is a PCIe 2.0 8-lane video encoder card providing real time, low-latency HEVC encoding at 4K, 1080p HD and lower resolutions. Development partners can use AJA’s SDK to integrate Corvid HEVC directly into Windows and Linux applications.
Also at IBC, AJA debuted FS3, the newest product in the company’s line of FS professional frame synchronisers with 4K up-conversion technology, developed to integrate SD and HD signals into 4K workflows.
It will be available in October for $2,995.00.