AJA FS4 4-Channel 2K/HD/SD or 1-Channel 4K/UHD Frame Synchronizer | meyerpro

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AJA FS4 4-Channel 2K/HD/SD or 1-Channel 4K/UHD Frame Synchronizer

The 4-Channel 2K/HD/SD or 1-Channel 4K/UltraHD Frame Synchronizer from AJA offers incredible versatility and connectivity in a sleek 1RU frame for 4K/UltraHD and 2K/HD/SD conversion needs. Offering a wide range of connection options for both video and audio, this frame synchronizer can do the work of four separate devices in 2K/HD/SD or combine all processors and channels together for maximum flexibility for 4K/UltraHD productivity.

  • Details

    • Single channel mode provides a full suite of 4K/UltraHD processing and up, down, cross-conversion to and from 2K, HD, or SD.

    • Four channel mode offers 4 x 2K/HD/SD channels of simultaneous conversion and processing, all within a 1RU chassis for multi-channel high-density delivery.

    • Panel design provides straightforward operation in single channel or four channel mode.

    • All four VIDx buttons under Channel Select are lit up in four channel mode.

    • VID1 is lit and VID2-4 are off in single channel mode.

    • Supports up, down, cross-conversion from SD, HD or 2K over 12G/6G/3G-SDI video to 4K or UltraHD video and back.

    • Supports both Quadrant (Square Division) and 2SI (Two Sample Interleave) output formats.

    • Hardware conversion technology ensures better image quality for your productions.

    • Utilizes standard BNC as well as optional SFP inputs and outputs to integrate easily into a variety of workflows and facilities with support for SDI workflows all the way up to 12G.

    • BNC and Fiber inputs and outputs accept 4K/UltraHD/2K/HD/SD resolution SDI signals in single channel mode.

    • 2K/HD/SD inputs can be routed to multiple locations simultaneously without the need for any external signal distribution in four channel mode.

    • Looping reference input allows the synchronizer to be locked to your house reference signal for rock-solid stability.

    • Digital audio can be disembedded and embedded between SDI, MADI, and AES for an array of routing possibilities.