AJA Shows Desktop Software v14 for KONA, Io and T-TAP Products

AJA Video Systems announced new Desktop Software v14 for its family of KONA, Io and T-TAP products. This adds new features for UHD and HDR workflows, as well as audio capabilities.

The AJA Desktop Software allows Adobe Premiere Pro CC users to review and play audio files from multiple locations, including locally stored files, or via a MAM or web browser, within project timelines. The solution also makes it easier to record voiceovers into existing media directly on the Timeline. The solution allows Adobe Creative Cloud users to use Thunderbolt 3 via USB-C for video and audio I/O with leading Mac and PC workstations and laptops.

“Having an easy way to record voiceovers into the timeline is more relevant than ever before with the fast pace of today’s production demands,” said Nick Rashby, President. “Desktop Software v14 introduces features that make it much easier for editors in any medium to bring flexible audio options into their workflows.”

“We’re pleased to see AJA continue to innovate as the digital post-production toolset evolves,” said Sue Skidmore, head of partner relations for professional video at Adobe. “Tight integration with the Adobe video apps expedites workflows and allows users to stay ahead.”

Desktop Software v14 will be available mid-October 2017 for AJA’s KONA, T-TAP and Io products, including the new Thunderbolt 3 enabled Io 4K Plus. This update also supports full duplex, ultra-low latency voiceover/audio punch-in to timeline using either digital or analog audio inputs. AJA’s Control Panel and Control Room software also now support intuitive configurations for 12G, 6G and HDMI when used with Io 4K Plus.

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