CORVID-HEVC-ATX6

AJA 4K and Multi-channel HD HEVC encoder ATX6 powered
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Corvid HEVC is a PCIe 2.0 8-lane video encoder card providing real time, low latency HEVC encoding at 4K, 1080p HD and lower resolutions. Development partners can use AJA’s powerful SDK to integrate Corvid HEVC directly into their Windows and Linux applications using a flexible API for a variety of
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Specifications
Section Internal Video IO
Item number 142925
Product category Capture Devices
Brand AJA
Interface PCIe
Audio Input SDI Embedded
Converter type Active video converter
Video Input 3G-SDI
Video Output RJ-45(IP)
Application Video Encoding
Platform Linux Mac Windows
Supported Resolutions 1920 x 1080i/25fps 1920 x 1080i/29.97fps 1920 x 1080i/30fps 1920 x 1080i/50fps 1920 x 1080i/59.94fps 1920 x 1080i/60fps 1920 x 1080p/23.976fps 1920 x 1080p/24fps 1920 x 1080p/25fps 1920 x 1080p/29.97fps 1920 x 1080p/30fps 1920 x 1080p/50fps 1920 x 1080p/60fps 1920 x 1080psf/23.976fps 1920 x 1080psf/24fps 1920 x 1080psf/25fps 1920 x 1080psf/29.97fps 1920 x 1200p/50fps 1920 x 1200p/60fps 2048 x 1080p 2048 x 1080PsF 2048 x 1152 2560 × 1440p 2560 x 1600 3840 x 2160p 4096 x 2160p
Maximum video resolution 4096 x 2160
Product colour Green Grey
Supported video modes 1080i 1080p 2160p 525i 625i 720p
Height 127
Weight 500
Width 22.36
Description
Corvid HEVC is a PCIe 2.0 8-lane video encoder card providing real time, low latency HEVC encoding at 4K, 1080p HD and lower resolutions. Development partners can use AJA’s powerful SDK to integrate Corvid HEVC directly into their Windows and Linux applications using a flexible API for a variety of use cases.

To get all the details on Corvid HEVC, please email our Developer Program using the More Information button below.

4K/UltraHD encoding
In this workflow, Corvid HEVC accepts a baseband 4K signal via the four 3G-SDI inputs either as quadrants or sample interleaves. The embedded audio and metadata are extracted while the image is sent to the encoder. The encoded image, audio and metadata are then passed to the host system for use in the software application.

Multi-Channel Encoding
In this mode, each input is treated as a separate and independent channel. The overall processing is similar to the 4K mode, just duplicated for each incoming channel. Scaling and encoding to standard video resolutions can be performed on each channel asynchronously, allowing individual channels to stop and start at any time.

File-to-File Encoding
For this workflow, the incoming video is read from a file on the host system, rather than input via the hardware BNC connections on Corvid HEVC. The image can be scaled and deinterlaced onboard before being transferred to the encoder. Up to four simultaneous, independent files can be read, decoded, scaled and encoded using a single Corvid HEVC card.

Audio and Metadata
Audio and metadata information are processsed in parallel with video HEVC encoding and passed via the SDK to the host software. This gives Corvid HEVC the unique advantage of being able to deliver all the source data to your software directly from the card instead of having to use multiple pathways.

Video Ingest
In addition to real time encoding, Corvid HEVC can also work as a standard video capture card to bring SDI video and embedded audio into the system. All supported video input formats can be captured directly to the host system in a variety of file formats.

Powerful Platforms for Development Partners
AJA's Developer Program allows partner companies to incorporate AJA products into their systems. By utilizing existing, proven video I/O devices, Developer Partners leverage AJA's expertise to develop and support these technologies, saving money and getting their integrated products to market more quickly.
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