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AJA releases Io XT, a Thunderbolt-powered video I/O device

AJA has released Io XT, the company's first Thunderbolt-enabled professional video I/O device, which was launched at IBC last year.

Io XT connects to a Thunderbolt-enabled Apple computer via a single cable. An additional Thunderbolt port is provided, allowing daisy-chaining to other Thunderbolt peripherals like high bandwidth storage and high-resolution displays through a single interface; simplifying the connection of multiple devices and creating a very portable package.

In addition to the wide range of supported capture and playback formats, the Io XT can unify disparate formats via its 10-bit hardware Up/Down/Cross conversion capability. Designed for today's workflows, Io XT provides compatibility with the most popular NLE programs, the newest codecs, video formats, stereoscopic 3D workflows, and more.

Io XT features include:

Two Thunderbolt ports, supports multiple Thunderbolt-enabled device daisy-chainingTwo 3G/HD/SD-SDI inputs and outputsSingle link SDI 4:2:2 support, single and dual-link SDI 4:4:4 supportHDMI input and output (including support for 3D)Analog HD/SD component and composite output, 10-bitVideo Up, Down, and Cross conversion (hardware-based, 10-bit)8-channel embedded SDI audio I/O8-channel balanced analog audio output (using an optional DB-25 type cable)Uncompressed I/O allows capture, monitoring and mastering to Apple ProRes, DVCProHD, CineForm, Avid DNxHD and moreFront panel LED VU metersHeadphone output w/level controlReference In/LTC In (selectable)LTC outputRS-4224-pin XLR Power (AC adapter included)AJA Control Room softwareAJA Technical Support and International Warranty included

Io XT costs US$1,495 (£954).

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