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Chuck Pullen
AJA HD10AM for the Ki Pro
on Sep 14, 2010 at 2:07:20 pm

So once Ki Pro 2.0 software is available, one could use the HD10AM in-line to the Ki Pro and record up to 8 channels of embedded audio? I am assuming all 8 channels will appear as separate audio tracks or possibly 4 stereo tracks in the timeline? Anyone have any additional insight on this?

Thanks,

Chuck


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Jeremy Garchow
Re: AJA HD10AM for the Ki Pro
on Sep 14, 2010 at 3:51:43 pm

[Chuck Pullen] "So once Ki Pro 2.0 software is available, one could use the HD10AM in-line to the Ki Pro and record up to 8 channels of embedded audio?"

*Edit - maybe it is.

First, what is your audio source?


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Chuck Pullen
Re: AJA HD10AM for the Ki Pro
on Sep 14, 2010 at 4:00:40 pm

Hey Jeremy, thanks for helping me with another Ki Pro question. I am currently feeding the Ki Pro stereo audio via XLR (say a board feed), and an Edirol gets four additional channels. I have to sync them up in my timeline before I can edit. Let’s say I am recording the stereo board feed, then want to add a couple of clean mic channels (ambient mics most time) I could feed all of this into the HD10AM, as well as my HD/SDI switcher video output, and it would feed the Ki Pro which would record all of those channels. Am I missing something here?


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Jeremy Garchow
Re: AJA HD10AM for the Ki Pro
on Sep 14, 2010 at 4:13:30 pm

The HD10AM is AES embedder/disembedder. That means your source needs to be digital AES audio.

The HD10AMA will take 4 channels of analog audio and embed them to the HDSDI.

You are saying you have 6 channels of analog audio?


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Chuck Pullen
Re: AJA HD10AM for the Ki Pro
on Sep 14, 2010 at 4:19:23 pm

Ah, you’re right Jeremy. I was looking at the converter matrix on the AJA site. Now looking at the product page I see what you mean. Yes I would like to have 6 or 8 channels available, I don’t think it would be worth buying a HD10AM just to get 2 additional channels.


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Jeremy Garchow
Re: AJA HD10AM for the Ki Pro
on Sep 14, 2010 at 4:27:11 pm

[Chuck Pullen] "Yes I would like to have 6 or 8 channels available"

Of analog, right?


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Chuck Pullen
Re: AJA HD10AM for the Ki Pro
on Sep 14, 2010 at 4:29:45 pm

Right, analog XLR's.

Chuck


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Jeremy Garchow
Re: AJA HD10AM for the Ki Pro
on Sep 14, 2010 at 7:28:13 pm

AJA only makes 4 channel analog embedders. Look like you will have to get a different piece of gear for embedding.


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Gary Snyder
Re: AJA HD10AM for the Ki Pro
on Sep 15, 2010 at 12:29:06 am

Hello Guys..

Although the AJA - is a 4-channel Analog audio em-bedder, it has
the ability to embed on channels 1-4 or 5-8 of a HD-SDI stream..

we use 2 - embedders - and set the first one to 1-4 and the
second to 5-8 and the editors love the fact that we have a stereo mix along with 6 - ISO tracks - with the line cut - all in sync on the timeline.

Gary

Gary C. Snyder
President / Engineer
Clark Media
610-694-9800
HD rentals in New York and Philadelphia
Panasonic, Sony and Arri Alexa


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Jeremy Garchow
Re: AJA HD10AM for the Ki Pro
on Sep 15, 2010 at 4:15:09 am

Duh. Of course!

Sorry for the misinformation and thanks for the post, Gary.

Jeremy


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Gary Snyder
Re: AJA HD10AM for the Ki Pro
on Sep 15, 2010 at 11:56:49 am

Jeremy

you were right on the mark... it does 4-channels per unit..
there are small dip switches on the back of the AJA that allow you to
set which "bank" you want to select the 4 - channels to go to..

I don't know if it real clear in the sales literature...

Gary

Gary C. Snyder
President / Engineer
Clark Media
610-694-9800
HD rentals in New York and Philadelphia
Panasonic, Sony and Arri Alexa


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Chuck Pullen
Re: AJA HD10AM for the Ki Pro
on Sep 15, 2010 at 2:07:43 pm

Thanks for your input Gary. It was the Matrix page on the site that confused me, it says that 8 channels is possible, but it didn't explain that two devices were needed. Your tip about the dip switches is very helpful as I I'm thinking I can probably pass audio through channels 1-2 on the HD-SDI and mux. in the four additional channels using the HD10AM on 5-8.

Chuck


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