AJA’s OG-ROI-DVI is an openGear card that allows exceptionally high-quality conversion of computer and DVI signals to 3G-SDI baseband video. With incredible region-of-interest image scaling as well as aspect and frame rate conversion, OG-ROI-DVI fulfills the growing need to properly incorporate computer signals into the video world without sacrificing budget or space.
Eliminate extra interface clutter and menu bars and extract only the portion of the computer screen you want.
OG-ROI-DVI is fully compatible with the free Ross DashBoard application, offering interactive selection of a Region of Interest from the incoming computer signal. You have full control over how that region is scaled to the output resolution using AJA’s high quality scaling algorithms for the cleanest picture quality possible.
Take full control of aspect ratio, image rotation, and frame rate conversion with on-screen controls in the DashBoard software that shows you exactly what your source and output will look like, including the formats that are coming in and the choices you have made for the signal going out.
OG-ROI-DVI utilizes a direct DVI loop through, allowing it to be placed in-line so you still have a connection to a computer monitor while extracting to SDI. The reference input ensures the SDI signal out of OG-ROI-DVI is locked for use throughout a production or facility.
OG-ROI-DVI accepts 2-channel analog audio from 2x 3-pin terminal blocks connectors. The audio source can be selected in the DashBoard software and is embedded into the SDI output. This allows computer audio to be embedded within the SDI signal for easy, synchronized routing.
The openGear standard ensures that AJA cards will be compatible with other openGear products from certified openGear partners. With a growing list of products, openGear is the future of rackframe products.
DashBoard software offers quick and convenient configuration and control of openGear cards on macOS, Windows, and Linux.
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Note: Frame rates limited by the 166 mHz max pixel rate of the DVI receiver.