Media 100 adds AJA card support

Video editing suite receives new upgrade
AJA KONA LHi video card

AJA KONA LHi video card

Media 100 has released Media 100 Version 13.0.3. The update to the video editing software adds support for AJA's KONA LHi video card, taking advantage of the KONA LHi's new HDMI output feature.

AJA KONA LHi bridges the gap between legacy analog devices and HDMI v1.3a enabled products. KONA LHi interfaces with the latest PCIe Apple Mac OSX hardware and offers integrated support for Media 100, allowing editing, monitoring and mastering of professional quality video.

Media 100 v13.0.3 also adds new support for importing P2 media in the DV100_720/50p codec. The update can be downloaded from the Media 100 website.

The company has also confirmed that the Media 100 Suite will be available in July 2009 for US$1295. Media 100 Suite will replace the Media 100 and Media 100 Producer software applications.

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