AJA Corvid 88 S 8-Channel 3G-SDI SMPTE I/O PCIe 4K Card (Low Profile)


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    CORVID 88-S - Overview

    Multi-Stream, Multi-Format PCIe I/O Card!

    The AJA Corvid 88-S will maximize your video and audio I/O capacity! The Corvid 88-S is a PCIe 2.0 Card with a 4K capable, 8 Raster Independent Channel I/O with a Short PCIe Bracket. Configure each SDI connection individually as an input or output and mix formats for up to eight HD or SD channels on a single card. You can also combine SDI connections for multiple high resolution 4K/UltraHD channels for incredible flexibility and futureproofing with playout and ingest servers or channel-in-a-box systems.

    Each BNC connection on Corvid 88 can be set programmatically as either an input or output and each can support a different video format, provided all format use the same clock timing. Connections can also be linked together to support dual link or 4K/UltraHD formats

    Corvid 88 supports 4K (4096 x 2160) and UltraHD (3840 x 2160) High Frame Rate (HFR) workflows. Working at frame rates of 48p, 50p and 60p ensure smooth motion for the most demanding 4K and UltraHD applications. High frame rates are not limited to 4K and UltraHD with Corvid 88, multiple 720p and 1080p HD inputs and outputs are also supported at frame rates up to 50p and 60p, making Corvid 88 extremely flexible for your current and future needs.

    Corvid 88 provides one external, switchable LTC/Reference Input connection on the back of the card. A second LTC input is available on an internal header for providing additional reference to Corvid 88. The Corvid 88-S features an internal built-in RS-422 connection that allows control of external devices for frame accurate ingest and layoffs. 9 AJA 3G-SDI Mini-BNC to Full Size BNC Cables are included.

    CORVID 88-S - Required Accessories

      CORVID 88-S - Recommended Accessories

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