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January 8, 2013, 09:00 AM
Let's start off 2013 with a review of a really cool product…the AJA T-TAP. Until recently when you wanted to send a signal to an external monitor from your edit system, you needed to get an “I/O Device.” I/O meaning “In and Out,” and device being either a card that you installed internally on a tower...#aja#t-tap
December 27, 2012, 08:18 AM
Thunderbolt is the latest protocol for peripherals used by Apple on its computers to carry audio, video, data and power over a single cable. The protocol combines Apple’s DisplayPort technology and PCIe into a single connectivity path. The technology can be used to daisy-chain numerous devices, including storage, monitors and broadcast I/O hardware.#t-tap#io#monitors#palm
December 17, 2012, 15:52 PM
What a cool little device. If you're anything like me, you always have a laptop on you and with the T-Tap and a Thunderbolt cable you now can easily output 1080 video whenever and wherever you need to. I often need to test video systems off the set and this is the perfect solution to get video through your hardware when you need it and don't have a camera.#aja#t-tap
November 1, 2012, 22:13 PM
Earlier this week, I published UltraStudio Mini Monitor: competition to T-TAP? together with a detailed comparison chart. Among many other things, that chart clarified that T-TAP does not work with the industry’s most revered grading program (DaVinci Resolve), and that UltraStudio Mini Monitor does. At USD145, UltraStudio Mini Monitor certainly won’t win any awards for Brevity of a product name...#blackmagic design#blackmagic#davinci#resolve#mini#ultrastudio#monitor#t-tap
October 30, 2012, 14:48 PM
Wait a minute! AJA just recently started shipping its USD295 T-TAP (I published my review yesterday) and already Blackmagic is about to deliver its new UltraStudio Mini Monitor for only USD145? C'mon! That's less than...#aja#mini#ultrastudio#monitor#t-tap#competition#mini monitor
October 28, 2012, 19:00 PM
Back in April 2012 at NAB in Las Vegas , the USA-based AJA first announced and showed their USD295 T-TAP out-only audio/video Thunderbolt interface, which makes a lot of sense in the age of file-based video production.#thunderbolt#aja#gui#t-tap#nab#las vegas#interface#usa
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