AJA Announces T-TAP Pro Monitoring And Output Device

T-TAP Pro is a portable Thunderbolt 3-connected device that simplifies UHD and 2K/HD/SD monitoring and output over 12G-SDI and HDMI 2.0.

The device provides high-quality video monitoring, including HDR support for high frame rate (HFR) and large raster workflows from a Thunderbolt 3 host system. It is suitable for high-end color grading, audio mixing, editorial and visual effects, in addition to on-set monitoring and playback.

“T-TAP Pro was developed for production professionals who require the highest quality video output wherever they’re working,” explained Nick Rashby, President, AJA Video Systems. “This robust and powerful device enables monitoring and output of high bandwidth UHD and pristine HDR content directly from your laptop or desktop computer, with the power and convenience of a single Thunderbolt 3 cable.”

T-TAP Pro features extensive compatibility with popular creative applications for editorial, graphics, effects, color, and streaming, including Final Cut Pro; Premiere Pro, After Effects, Media Composer and Pro Tools.

For audio workflows, T-TAP Pro features multi-channel embedded audio on SDI and HDMI, and a 3.5mm stereo analog audio connection that provides a convenient method for monitoring audio, enabling editors or digital artists to plug in headphones directly to the device or connect to an external analog audio mixer.

AJA technology partners, including Colorfront, have already begun work to deliver T-TAP Pro support across popular broadcast, post and proAV solutions.

T-TAP Pro support is coming for Colorfront Express Dailies, Colorfront On-Set Dailies, Colorfront Transkoder and Colorfront Streaming Player.

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