The AJA U-Tap USB 3.0 Powered HDMI Capture Device provides a 3.0 USB connection flexibility that consists bus power and the strength to simplify and facilitate plug and play capture. This product compatible to Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux Operating Systems and a wide range of creative applications. Whether to accommodate video conferencing, streaming or traditional postproduction, and more; this handy product provides powerful function flexibilities without the need for the third-party driver software.
The AJA UTAP HDMI is smaller than a smartphone, with USB 3.0 connectivity that provides a quick and easy way to connect. AJA USB Capture card sources for capture, without the need to install additional software drivers. Small enough to carry anywhere with you, its bus-powered USB connectivity ensures you will never be looking for a power source. U-TAP HDMI supports frame rates up to 1080p 60, for your HD High Frame Rate (HFR) projects.
The AJA UTAP is UVC and UAC compatible on Mac, Windows, and Linux, negating the need for additional drivers. AJA HDMI Capture ensures compatibility with a wide range of professional software applications and a seamless integration between the native software and AJA’s high-quality hardware letting you focus on the work, not the technology.
What the UTap HDMI can offer is not only its small size only but also to handle the ubiquitous HDMI workflows. This portable capture device provides supporting easiness to frame rates, up to 1080p 60. It also supports HD High Frame Rate (HFR) projects and also perfect for live events and fast-moving subjects. In the video input digital connectivity section, this product has HDMI v1.4a, 24-bits/pixel, RGB or YUV. Meanwhile, Audio Input Digital provides 2-channel, 24-bit HDMI embedded video, with 48 kHz sample rate.
AJA U-Tap HDMI Features:
True. These apps, as well as many others, are supported by U-TAP. The full list of supported application types by category can be found at https://www.aja.com/compatibility/u-tap.
Yes, you can connect multiple U-TAPs to the same CPU using the built-in USB ports! Attaching multiple U-TAPs to a single system, on the other hand, may have an effect on the expected frame rate of incoming video, depending on the CPU, RAM, and so on. ...