Both products offer the same warantee. If not, you want true hardware scaling” Thanks! Return to posts index. Now if you are just looking for a software approach, there are some free apps on Linux that are very good. Bob, Yes there is more than one way to skin a cat
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BTW my graphics card is going to be the Quadro FX so are there any known conflicts between these two cards? If the quality of simply blowing up the ilnux in FCP and rendering is good enough for you and your client there you go.
We have no control over this – only Apple knows.
Best of luck, Ramona. As for how it works that’s AJA’s engineering secret. Return to posts index.
Thanks so much Bob! I remember just a few short years ago an HD board was 10K with none of these features Cely on Nov 30, at 6: This has helped me make the right decision for my first personally owned edit suite! Check out Graphics Magik for a start. Now if you are just looking for a software approach, there are some free apps on Linux that are very good.
If not, you want true hardware scaling” Thanks!
If you need to output then going the Kona route is what makes sense as you get it all and even a few things more. AJA has really stepped up to the plate and continues to deliver top products. I’ll be getting a new MacPro and now I’m looking at Kona cards. Kona LHe or 3 by Winston A. Has anybody here done a head-to-head comparison between software uprezzing and Kona 3’s? If not, you want true hardware scaling like the AJA Kona 3. I expect that the Format tab on the Control Panel you’d choose primary Which reminds me, if there’s a place to compare the 2 side by side please send me that way.
I’m setting up a system for a home office edit suite.
Kona LHe or 3
Cely on Nov 29, at 9: The bigger issue xja the time involved most of the software uprez took a fair amount of time and the hardware solutions were all 33 without loosing the TC in the Kona world, so the results were repeatable from the master tapes because I still had original TC tracks in place, something that gets stripped away in most of the software conversions.
Aua was one of the worst in tests. I don’t foresee the need for cross-conversion, so that’s why I’m not going for the Kona 3, but am I selling myself short? I had searched the forums, but I was getting trouble shooting threads instead of comparison threads. And you can’t go wrong with Shake and AE.
Kona LHe or 3 : AJA Video Systems
Sorry for bothering you pros with this, but this is part of my first big purchase for my own business and I want aj make sure I’m doing right. Cely on Nov 29, at 8: I will be doing more and more HD material, but right now it’s mostly SD still.
You’ve put your finger on the question: Bob, Yes there is more than one way to skin a cat I’m getting a loan for this system and I don’t want to be paying for obsolete hardware. Both products offer the same warantee. If you don’t have to do this upconversion every day, it might be more sensible to take the hit and render in software, provided the quality was good enough.
Is the Kona LHe going to be replaced soon making the Kona 3 worth the extra cost?