The AJA U-TAP USB 3.0 Powered HDMI Capture Device enhances your laptop or workstation with professional connectivity and high-quality video capture. U-TAP HDMI is a bus-powered device that can easily and quickly bring in video across HDMI for use in a variety of software without the need for drivers, as it is supported directly in macOS, Windows, and Linux.
AJA U-Tap HDMI Features:
Power in Your Pocket
TheU-TAP HDMI provides simple, cost-effective, and portable plug-and-play capture solutions that are compatible with Windows, macOS, and Linux operating systems, as well as a wide range of creative applications. U-TAP HDMI provides robust capabilities without the need for third-party driver software for video conferencing, streaming, social media, gaming, and other applications.
The U-TAP HDMI is a smartphone-sized device with USB connectivity that allows you to connect HDMI sources for capture quickly and easily without the need to install any software drivers. Small enough to take anywhere, its bus powered USB connectivity assures you'll never be without a power supply. For your HD High Frame Rate (HFR) applications, U-TAP HDMI supports frame rates up to 1080p 60.
Tough and dependable
The U-TAP is tiny, durable, and dependable, and it is supported by AJA's world-class support. It is small enough to fit in your pocket and requires no power supply to be carried with you. With no fans or moving parts, U-TAP will not hinder from the recording or streaming experience, but will instead discreetly enhance it with automatic video scaling and aspect ratio conformance according on your application's requirements, up to 1080p 60.
Compatibility of Software
The UVC and UAC compatibility of the U-TAP HDMI eliminates the need for additional drivers on Mac, Windows, and Linux. This assures compatibility with a wide range of professional software applications, as well as a smooth integration between the native software and AJA's high-quality hardware, allowing you to focus on your job rather than the technology.
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. ...