KONA IP JPEG 2000 Firmware License
AJA KONA IP JPEG 2000 Firmware License - Support JPEG 2000 and TR-01 in your workflow
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This optional firmware for the AJA KONA IP, allows you to start integrating and supporting JPEG 2000 systems and devices on your network.
With the ability to compress and decompress HD video in real time to and from JPEG 2000 encoded within an MPEG 2, you'll be able to open up a lot more opportunities involving TR-01 and JPEG 2000.
Out of the box, this firmware license will allow you to start using JPEG 2000 files in AJA's Desktop Software v13. For SDK developers who might have a more demanding use for JPEG 2000, you can combine two KONA IPs to get that power you need.
Features • Open up support for JPEG 2000 and TR-01
• Compress and Decompress HD video in real time
• Support for AJA's Desktop Software v13
• This product is only the firmware and not the KONA IP I/O card.
Please note your statutory rights are not affected.
For further information regarding Scan's warranty procedure please see our terms and conditions
- 60 months
- DOA Period:
- 28 days
- RTB Period:
- 12 months
Date Issued: 1st Mar 2007
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