AJA Video Systems announced a new Ki Pro Go recorder player at this year’s NAB Show along with Updates to FS HDR and more.
Ki Pro GO is a genlock-free, multi-channel H.264 HD and SD recorder/player with a flexible architecture designed for live production, sports, corporate events, and other applications. The portable device allows users to record up to four channels of HD and SD content from SDI and HDMI sources to off-the-shelf USB media via 4x USB 3.0 ports, with a 5th port for redundant recording.
Genlock-free inputs eliminates the need to externally synchronise sources, while redundant recording provides multiple backups in the field. Ki Pro GO features four 3G-SDI and four HDMI inputs to ensure compatibility with a wide range of video gear, with 3G-SDI and HDMI monitoring outputs that can display all recording channels on a single display. It’s out in June for $3995.
There was also a version 3 update for FS-HDR. The firmware introduces enhanced colouring tools and support for multi-channel Dynamic LUTs, plus other improvements.
The release includes a new integrated Colofront Engine Film Mode with a rich grading and look creation toolset with optional ACES colorspace, ASC Colour Decision List (CDL) controls and built-in LOOK selection.
There’s also variable Output Mastering Nit Levels for PQ from 48-4000 Nits, HLG Extended support, P3 color space clamp and more; an upgraded Colorfront Engine Transform Mode (renamed Colorfront Engine Live Mode) with enhancements such as variable Output Mastering Nit Levels for PQ, HLG Extended, P3 color space clamp and more; new BBC HLG v1.3 LUTs; integration support for Pomfort LiveGrade Pro and TVLogic WonderLookPro for continuous real-time LUT updates. Available June as a free update.
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