04.05.2008 08:09 AM
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
AJA to highlight new universal SD/HD frame sync/converter

At NAB2008, AJA Video Systems will highlight its new FS1 frame sync/converter that works with both HD/SD video in full 10-bit broadcast-quality video and 24-bit audio. The FS1 provides up/downconversion between SD and HD and features simultaneous HD and SD outputs. The new unit supports virtually any input or output (analog or digital), eight-channel AES, balanced analog or embedded audio and closed-captioning. A Web-based remote control is built in.

For more information see AJA Video Systems in NAB booths SU7105 and SL1413, or visit www.aja.com.



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