AJA Delivers 12-bit SDI Capabilities For openGear Cards

New firmware updates bring improvements to the OG-Hi5-4K-Plus, OG-HA5-4K, and OG-12GM openGear cards, which support an expansive range of signal conversion needs spanning broadcast, production, post, and live events.

The OG-Hi5-4K-Plus v1.7.4 firmware update adds new 12-bit SDI workflow support and performance enhancements for HDMI syncs to the 3G-SDI to HDMI 2.0 conversion card. OG-HA5-4K v1.7.2 enables EDID (extended display identification data) to report 2-channel support for non-PCM audio with the 4K/UltraHD/2K/HD/SD HDMI 2.0 to 3G-SDI conversion card. The OG-12GM v1.3.3 and OG-HA5-4K v1.7.2 firmware updates further introduce several enhancements that improve the performance of the cards.

OG-Hi5-4K-Plus v1.7.4, OG-HA5-4K v1.7.2, and OG-12GM v1.3.3 firmware updates are now available as free downloads from AJA’s support page. 

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