HDR Image Analyzer 12G provides the necessary connectivity to support advanced 8K/UltraHD2 HDR and SDR production monitoring and analysis workflows.
Providing the same high quality and precision analysis tools available for all other video formats, this powerful analyzer is a smart investment for today's needs as well as ensuring you are ready for tomorrow's.
HDR production demands a reliable and predictable tool for monitoring and analyzing all the steps in the process, to ensure that your artistic vision is followed from camera to the end user's final display.
AJA's HDR Image Analyzer 12G ensures that you are fully in control of your technical choices as you capture, pass on and deliver your HDR/SDR materials.
HDR Image Analyzer 12G offers powerful monitoring and analysis for:
- Live Production
- DIT Pipelines
- Broadcast Monitoring
- QC (Quality Control)
- Final HDR Mastering
From Cameras to HDR/SDR
Modern cameras are inherently HDR capable with their wide dynamic ranges, and for live events, recording and broadcasts, it’s crucial to monitor their dynamic range and gamut outputs being employed for HDR delivery.
With input support for both leading camera LOG formats as well as SDR, HLG and PQ monitoring from a range of sources, HDR Image Analyzer 12G takes the pain out of HDR monitoring. With a wide range of analysis tools and automatic error logging with timecode stamping, HDR Image Analyzer 12G ensures your production achieves the desired final results.
Dynamic Range Inputs
- SDR (REC 709)
- PQ (ST 2084)
- 4x 12G-SDI Bidirectional I/O up to 8K/UltraHD2 60p
- SDI Auto Signal Detection
- DisplayPort for UI, up to UltraHD 60p
HDR Image Analyzer 12G’s interface provides a quadrant layout for viewing your tools and footage as you work. Quick key shortcuts provide pre-configured common layouts for how your tools and views are presented.
For further customization, you can also choose a particular tool to be shown in any of the quadrants by either right clicking on the quadrant itself and choosing your preferred tool, or by accessing quadrant choices from the Analyzer Mode menu.