The AJA Image Analyzer simplifies monitoring and analysis of 4K/UltraHD/2K/HD, HDR and WCG content.
AJA Video Systems is offering a tech preview of its new HDR Image Analyzer at NAB 2018. A waveform, histogram, vectorscope and Nit level HDR monitoring solution, HDR Image Analyzer simplifies monitoring and analysis of 4K/UltraHD/2K/HD, HDR and WCG content in production, post, quality control (QC) and mastering.
The HDR Image Analyzer offers a flexible solution for monitoring and analyzing HDR formats including PQ (Perceptual Quantizer), Hybrid Log Gamma (HLG) and Rec.2020 for 4K/UltraHD workflows.
The new product is the second technology collaboration between AJA and Colorfront, following the successful integration of Colorfront Engine into AJA’s FS-HDR in 2017. Colorfront has exclusively licensed its Colorfront HDR Image Analyzer software to AJA for AJA’s HDR Image Analyzer.
Key feature highlights include:
- Precise, high quality UltraHD UI for native-resolution picture display
- Advanced out of gamut and out of brightness detection with error intolerance
- Support for SDR (Rec.709), ST2084/PQ and HLG analysis
- CIE graph, Vectorscope, Waveform, Histogram
- Out-of-gamut false color mode to easily spot out of gamut/out of brightness pixels
- Data analyzer with pixel picker
- SDI auto signal detection
- File base error logging with timecode
- Display and color processing look up table (LUT) support
- Line mode to focus a region of interest onto a single horizontal or vertical line
- Nit levels and phase metering
- Built-in support for color spaces from ARRI, Canon, Panasonic, RED and Sony
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