AJA Delivers Leopard Support for Io HD and KONA Product Lines
December 11, 2007
Apple Leopard OS X 10.5 Drivers Available Now via Free Download.
AJA Video, a leading manufacturer of professional video interface and conversion solutions, today announced availability of new software drivers supporting Apple’s Leopard OS X 10.5 for Io HD, KONA 3, KONA 3X, KONA LH/LHe, KONA LS/LSe and KONA 2.
In addition to Leopard OS X 10.5 compatibility, the latest AJA drivers also offer easy setups for the 720/50p format now supported in Final Cut Pro 6.0.2, as well as other enhancements.
The KONA 5.0 software drivers and the Io HD driver version 1.1 are available for download from the AJA website at the following URLs:
Io HD: https://www.aja.com/support
KONA 3: https://www.aja.com/support
KONA LH/LHe: https://www.aja.com/support
KONA LS/LSe: https://www.aja.com/support
KONA 2: https://www.aja.com/support
About Io HD
The Io HD provides a simple and elegant plug-in solution for working with Final Cut Pro on a Mac system. Co-developed with Apple, Io HD works with Final Cut Pro to provide a seamless non-linear editing experience, with all the features of proprietary systems—but without the expense and hassle. Along with unparalleled video and audio connectivity, Io HD includes a similar feature set to AJA's industry-leading KONA lineup; 10-bit hardware-based up-conversion, cross-conversion, and down-conversion, all performed in real time. Io HD brings HD editing to the MacBook Pro and Mac Pro utilizing Apple’s ProRes 422 technology, while also supporting SD editing workflows.
KONA video capture cards offer the highest quality uncompressed QuickTime, SD, HD, 2K and Dual Link HD via the PCIe-based KONA 3, KONA LHe (SD, HD and Analog only) and KONA LSe (SD and Analog only). Combined with Apple's Final Cut Studio, a KONA card delivers all the quality and function of a full-featured nonlinear editing suite at a fraction of the price. Supporting a range of uncompressed SD or HD formats, including Dual Link and 2K, KONA cards capture and play back uncompressed 10-bit and 8-bit digital video and 24-bit digital audio, providing unparalleled power and workflow efficiency.