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AJA Video

Since 1993, AJA Video has been a leading manufacturer of video interface technologies, converters, digital video recording solutions and professional cameras, bringing high-quality, cost-effective products to the professional broadcast, video, post production and ProAV markets. AJA products are designed and manufactured in Grass Valley, California.

Model: Ki Pro GO2

Ki Pro GO2 is a portable multi-channel H.265 (HEVC)* and H.264 (AVC) recorder offering up to 4-channels of simultaneous HD or SD recording to qualified USB drives and/or network storage with redundant
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AJA Ki Pro Ultra v3.5 Launches
Posted on Thursday, February 4, 2021

Feb. 4, 2021 - AJA launched Ki Pro Ultra v3.5 firmware today with new improvements. This firmware update is a minor bug fix release for Ki Pro Ultra.

Fixes, Changes and Improvements in v3.5

  • Recording of a signal which was being downconverted from a 59.94fps, 2SI input could occasionally fail.
  • This issue has been corrected.
  • To guarantee performance, the playlist display is now limited to a maximum of 850 clips, regardless of how many clips are stored on the PAK media. The UI will warn a user that the limit is approaching when a user attempts to record to a PAK drive which has more than 825 clips on it.
  • An issue with DNx “Loss of Video” performance has been corrected.
  • If the REST API was used to create a subclip from an existing recording, the subclip would have corrupted audio. This issue has been corrected.

Firmware Update Consideration

  • AJA recommends you do not use Chrome in Windows for this system update. Issue is resolved in future firmware updates.
  • AJA recommends a Factory Reset under the CONFIG menu prior to updating firmware.
  • After a firmware update, the web browser (Safari, Firefox, etc.) may lose its connection. A refresh of the web browser will reconnect the web UI.
  • Do not attempt firmware updates while recording is in progress. Be sure the device is in the stopped state before performing a firmware update


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