AJA Video Systems has released desktop software v16.1 for KONA, Io and T-TAP Pro products as well as AJA SDK v16.1 for developer partners. Both versions now provide native support for the new Apple M1 SoC as well as improvements to improve audio, streaming, production, post-workflow, and third-party tools built with solutions from AJA developer partners.
Expanding system compatibility, the latest updates to the AJA desktop software and AJA SDK enable AJA KONA, Io, and T-TAP Pro users to take advantage of the power and cost-effectiveness of Apple M1 compatible systems for professional video input/output tasks, in addition to existing support For Apple Intel-based systems, Windows systems, Linux Ubuntu and Linux CentOS.
Desktop software v16.1 expands the options available in the AJA MultiChannel Config and enables support for 12G/6G-SDI inputs as well as extended support for audio inputs for AJA KONA, Io and T-TAP Pro products with Telestream Wirecast. The AJA Control Panel has also received an improvement with the latest update by adding additional GUI notes for some situations.
Key Features of AJA Desktop v16.1
– Desktop software version 16.1 has been improved to provide native Apple M1 support for AJA macOS drivers and application plug-ins, AJA Control Room, AJA Control Panel, AJA System Test and NMOS software
– Enhanced Telestream Wirecast support, including 4K over 12G/6G-SDI, AES digital audio input, and line-level analog audio input
– Improvements to the AJA Control Panel
– V4L2 Updates for KONA HDMI
– 64 channel audio support for NTV2 SDK
Prices and availability
AJA Desktop Software v16.1 is now available as a free download from the AJA Support site. AJA SDK v16.1 is available to AJA participants as a free download from the AJA Developer Partner Support page. AJA Control Room is a unified software for macOS, Windows, and Linux to run, ingest, monitor and output with various AJA models such as KONA, Io, and T-TAP Pro.
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