DeviceID: The video board name you want to use. In one system, up to 4 AJA Corvid boards can be listed.
Reference: You have to mention what your reference sync source is coming from. It is recommended that you use an “External” sync source. But for some setups, you can lock your AJA output to anyone of your SDI input timing.
RingBufferSize: This property defines how many frames should be buffered when doing video output when using this device.
AJAcardnode monitors all of its channels. Each channel represents one BNC on the board. Each channel of the Corvid board(s) can be configured either as input or output.
AJAcardnode detects currently installed
Firmwareinstalled on the card. This information might be useful for technical support purposes. Each
AJAcardnode will be allowed to configure only one device at a time. There are is chance to select same device for multiple times.
AJAinnode supports either 8-bit or 10-bit video input modes. You can choose between precision on
Pixel Formatproperty. 10-bit video mode gives you better precision but will cost you slightly more performance.
Full Rangemodes. Here are the ranges for 8-bit luma values:
Fallbackinput, where you can connect to another
AJAinnode or an image as a fallback. So, in case the signal in the input is lost, the node is going to bypass its fallback input.
TimeCodepin should always be connected to
Trackingnodes to send its own timecode data to both tracking and engine to match the frames. You can see the detail of the data sent from AJA to other devices under this node's properties:
AJAoutnode needs to know from which pin from AJA Video Card signal is coming from, and this can be edited by
OutputMode. You can set the output
ColorSpacejust like the
AJAoutnode also supports RGB to YCbCr 4:2:2 filtering. The same CHROMA FILTER BALANCE as the
AJAinnode also applies to the output node.
AJAoutnode and expand the advanced properties arrow as shown in the image above. Now set