AJA Delivers PAK Dock Pro

USB-C equipped AJA PAK media reader accelerates audio and video file transfers from Ki Pro Ultra 12G to creative workstations.

With no external power supply required, the compact, plug-and-play device streamlines the transfer of Apple ProRes and Avid DNx files from AJA Ki Pro Ultra 12G digital video recorders to desktop and laptop computers on macOS and Windows OS’. PAK Dock Pro supports the latest USB 3.2 Gen 1 standard via the USB-C connection, ensuring broad compatibility and extremely fast transfer speeds.

“Speed and efficiency are mission critical in modern content production, and we strive to deliver these features for every product we bring to market. AJA PAK Dock Pro integrates the latest USB-C connectivity to ensure lightning fast results and broad compatibility when transferring media, whatever the use case,” shared Nick Rashby, President, AJA.

“Designed to simplify media transfers in broadcast, production, post and ProAV environments, PAK Dock Pro allows professionals to quickly and easily ingest files recorded to AJA PAK solid state drives to a desktop or laptop computer.”

Users remove the PAK media drive from the Ki Pro Ultra 12G, insert it into the PAK Dock Pro and plug the media reader into their computer via USB-C for near-instant editing, highlights creation, archiving and more. PAK Dock Pro is compatible with all AJA PAK drives including the PAK 2000, PAK 1000, PAK 512 and PAK 256, and PAK drives used in legacy Ki Pro Ultra and Ki Pro Quad products. 

You might also like...

Core Insights - TDM Mesh Networks - A Simple Alternative To Leaf-Spine ST2110

IP is delivering unprecedented flexibility and scalability for broadcasters. But there is a price to pay for these benefits, namely, the complexity of the system increases significantly as we add more video and audio over IP.

Parts And Chip Shortages

TV equipment manufacturers are doing what broadcasters do best: Creatively helping each other work through a difficult technical challenge.

Timing: Part 4 - Analog Television

One of the earliest and most widespread applications of synchronizing was in television.

The Future Of Live Production Is Moving To The Cloud

With mature, cloud-based services now prevalent across the industry, helping to process and distribute content faster and more accurately than ever before, the long sought-after promise of producing content in the cloud—reducing cost and physical barriers—prompted broadcasters and pro…

Timing: Part 3 - Early Synchronization

Synchronizing became extremely important with the growth of AC power systems, which ended up being used to synchronize all sorts of equipment, from Radar to television.