Ki Pro GO available in June
Ki Pro GO, AJA’s newest addition to its Ki Pro family, has arrived. It made a pit-stop at 2019 NAB Show and generated much interest. Being a portable genlock-free, multi-channel H.264 HD and SD redundant recorder/player, Ki Pro GO can easily record pristine-quality video to off-the-shelf USB media.
The flexible architecture of Ki Pro GO is designed for live production, sports, corporate events, training, houses of worship and more.
Nick Rashby, president, AJA Video Systems, said: “People love to watch content on phones and tablets, and so making H.264 capture easy is attractive to video professionals because it simplifies distribution to a range of devices.
“Ki Pro GO is a low-cost H.264 recording solution to fulfil the need to support several multi-channel HD and SD video recording/playback configurations.”
Ki Pro GO combines the Ki Pro family’s intuitive design, flexibility and high quality with encoding/decoding of H.264 recording and playback in a compact 2RU, half-rack-width form factor. Users can easily record up to four channels of HD and SD content from SDI and HDMI sources to standard USB media.
Genlock-free recording eliminates the need to synchronise four input sources, while redundant recording provides multiple backups in the field to protect the recorded video.
It also comes with four 3G-SDI and four HDMI ports to ensure a high-quality source with standard cabling compatibility options. Video and audio input matrix channel mapping simplifies switching between physical inputs to the appropriate recording channel within the device’s UI from a mix of source inputs as needed.
HDMI multi-channel monitoring enables Ki Pro GO to display up to four channels of video as a matrix monitoring output on one HDMI monitor.
The Ki Pro Go is going for US$3,995 but will be available only this June.