AJA's Mini-Connect with four USB ports.
With four USB connections and a built-in web server, AJA Video Systems’ Mini-Connect extends network control of up to four different ROI scan converters using a standard web browser.
AJA Video Systems has extended network control of up to four ROI (Region of Interest) scan converters with their new Mini-Connect device containing four USB connections and a built-in web server. Each Mini-Connect unit allows complete configuration of the ROI via its Mini-Config software UI, remotely accessing the ROI’s features and ability to update firmware using a standard web browser.
The free AJA Mini-Config software allows complete control of USB-enabled AJA Mini-Converters via a single USB connection to a Mac or PC computer.
"Our customers have been asking us for a network interface for our Mini-Converter products, and we're coming out of the gate with support for our popular ROI line of scan converters," said Nick Rashby, President, AJA Video Systems. "In addition to local control, now AJA customers can also control and configure multiple Mini-Converters across a local LAN or even across the web."
AJA’s ROI scan converters economically change computer-based content to professional SDI video, offering extensible region of interest image scaling, extensive aspect ratio and frame rate conversion, and flexible audio features.
Supported AJA Mini-Converters -- ROI -- ROI-DVI -- ROI-HDMI -- ROI-DP -- Future updates will include support for additional AJA Mini-Converters Network Interface -- 10/100/1000 Ethernet (RJ-45)
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