Mini-Config v2.26.2 introduces Extended Display Identification Data.
This free software update introduces features for select AJA 12G-SDI, 4K/UHD and other Mini-Converter models, including Region of Interest scan converters.
“AJA’s lineup of Mini-Converters offers unprecedented workflow flexibility across a wide range of production environments, and with the new Mini-Config v2.26.2 update, we’ve introduced a selection of critical features that further streamline workflows and help users produce and deliver the highest-quality video and audio for a seamless audience experience,” offered Nick Rashby, company president.
Mini-Config v2.26.2 introduces Extended Display Identification Data (EDID) emulation for all HA5-12G models, HA5-4K, HA5-Plus, ROI-DP, ROI-DVI, and ROI-HDMI, enabling the connected source to continuously output the desired video format.
For audio workflows, the update extends pass-through support and compatibility with Dolby Digital Plus JOC (joint object coding) for HA5-4K and all HA5-12G models. Mini-Config v2.26.2 also delivers p60 to p59.94 and p59.94 to p60 simple frame rate conversion for 12GM, HA5-12G, HA5-4K, and HA5-Plus; loss of input management capabilities for the UDC and FS-Mini; and PsF support for 12GM, HA5-12G and Hi5-12G models.
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