Interface Details And Key Tools
Analyser Gain permits you to decrease or increase the gain put out to your display
streamlining your capacity to monitor crucial elements with dark footage in particular.
An audio level meter is encompassed for up to 16 channels of metered monitoring
and display of peak DB levels.
An audio phase meter can also be configured to display either:
- 8-Ch (surround);
- Or 2-Ch (stereo) audio.
Audio Level Warnings may be set to generate notes into your logs.
Timecode may be overlayed on screen to aid with swiftly detecting any areas of worry
at particular moments in a sequence or shot.
HDR Image Analyser can detect P3 Gamut disturbances
and brightness contraventions in HDR events
and logs them with time stamps
in a log file and on screen.
Log files can then be gathered for communicating with your team as required.
Precision is key and HDR Image Analyser makes it easy.
Slide your mouse across your footage
and utilise the Pixel Picker to give you a read out of the precise pixels:
- Nit level;
- Or decimal code values.
False Colour – Gamut Warning
Out of Gamut False Colour mode delivers a clear visual depiction of areas of your image that may pose a problem.
The outcomes can be saved automatically inside your logged files for QC needs.
CIE XY Gamut View
In HDR mode the CIE XY Gamut View can be utilised to verify the encoded colours
and whether they are within the valid limit of colour array.
This is pertinent when working in the Rec.2020 colour space
where the actual pixels are meant to be limited to the P3 colour gamut.
HDR Image Analyser permits you to set a white point appropriate for the project at hand.
- or just turn off.
The vectorscope also gives you a zoom feature and a skin tone line,
whose value can be manually set as required,
particularly helpful for guaranteeing reliable skin tone results
for sequence work and camera matching.
Vectorscope shows the colour saturation of each pixel in the video frame,
with the middle of the circle signifying a lower saturation level
and the edge of the circle suggesting a higher saturation level.
Waveform Lumi Colour
HDR Image Analyser gives you an array of views for waveform depictions with Waveform Lumi Colour.
Waveform Lumi Colour gives you a magnificent blend of both luminance
and colours in the project’s colour space.
Numerous distinct colour spaces can be applied for assessment comprising 2020, XYZ, P3 and 709
as well as camera native colour spaces.
HDR Image Analyser also gives you an Auto HDR mode shift
for automated HDR colur space prompting when viable.
Scenes can be captured for swift recall
and saving to be shared with others
for a graphic depiction of any matters that should to be tackled.
Setups can be saved and recalled swiftly
when shifting amongst projects and tool configurations.
Address your video source structure with swift access from the Video menu.
Simple access for:
- Pixel mapping;
- Colour space;
- And adjusting;
- Or utilise Auto Detect for automated configuration utilising the source signal’s VPID.
Camera Log Inputs
HDR Image Analyser provides direct input for a range of Camera LOG inputs,
allowing direct connections from the world’s leading camera manufacturers
for immediate analysis of production feeds.
HDR Analysis Tools
Incorporated in AJA’s HDR Image Analyser’s toolsets are vector scope monitoring, histogram and waveform
plus a host of vital image assessment tools including:
- Out of Gamut MAX warning: Offers notification if colour goes outside of P3d65
- Enhanced, Out of Gamut and Out of Brightness Detection with Fault Lenience
- Data Analyser with Improved Pixel Picker
- File Based Error Logging with Timecode
- Frame typical Light Level bar
- Nit Light Level
- Colour Gamut
- Vector scope
- Automatic Colour Space swapping over SDI for SDR/PQ/HLG
Remote Desktop Support
RDP further gives you control of a HDR Image Analyser over a network.
Your RDP client gives you the Analyser’s Graphical User Interface in a local window
as well as offering keyboard/mouse control.
The RDP client computer can be a:
- Or desktop.
New Web Interface
HDR Image Analyser’s forthcoming v1.1 software update offers a formidable new Web Interface
which can be retrieved everywhere on a network
from every web browser
on every OS.
This allows control from a remote computer
and simplifies access when placing HDR Image Analyzer:
- In a rack environment;
- On set;
- In facility control rooms;
- QC departments;
- And more.
This further provides the ability to update HDR Image Analyzer remotely
and to download logs and screenshots to wherever needed.
HDR Image Analyser interface offers a quadrant layout for observing your tools and footage as you work.
Swift key shortcuts offer pre-configured customary layouts for how your tools and views are presented.
For further customisation,
you can also select a specific tool to be shown in any of the quadrants
by whichever right clicking on the quadrant itself
and selecting your desired tool
or by retrieving quadrant options
from the Analyser Mode menu.
Coming soon in version 2.0.
AJA’s HDR Image Analyser gives you an sophisticated interface
for retrieving all its:
- Formidable analysis;
- And setup tools.
- DisplayPort for UI, up to UltraHD 60p
- SDI Auto Signal Detection
- 4x 3G-SDI Inputs and Outputs up to 4K/UltraHD 60p
Dynamic Range Inputs
- PQ (ST 2084)
- SDR (REC 709)
Input Support: From Cameras To HDR/SDR
Contemporary cameras are innately HDR competent with their wide dynamic ranges
and for live events,
recording and broadcasts,
it’s important to monitor their dynamic range
and gamut outputs being employed for HDR delivery.
With input support for both leading camera LOG formats
as well as SDR, HLG and PQ monitoring
from a range of sources,
HDR Image Analyser takes the pain out of HDR monitoring.
With a wide range of assessment tools
and automated error logging with timecode stamping,
Makes sure that your production accomplishes the anticipated ultimate results with HDR Image Analyser.
HDR Monitoring With HDR Analyser
HDR production demands a dependable and predictable tool for observing and analysing all the steps in the process,
to make sure that your creative vision is supported
from camera to the end user’s final presentation.
AJA’s HDR Image Analyser makes certain that you are completely in control of your technical alternatives
as you pass on, capture and deliver your HDR/SDR materials.
HDR Image Analyser gives you effective monitoring and assessment for:
- HDR Image Analyser v1.1 adds support for PQ display over DisplayPort for compatibility with HDR displays.
- Final HDR Mastering
- QC (Quality Control)
- Broadcast Monitoring
- DIT Pipelines
- Live Production
Vectorscope, Histogram And HDR Waveform Monitoring
HDR Image Analyser provides a complete assortment of tools for the successful assessment of the newest HDR standards –
involving Rec.2020, PQ and HLG
– from 4K/UltraHD/2K/HD content
in a convenient real time 1RU device.
Developed in partnership with Colorfront,
AJA HDR Image Analyzer supports a wealth of inputs from camera LOG formats to SDR (REC 709),
PQ (ST 2084) and HLG
and offers colour gamut support for BT.2020
alongside traditional BT.709. AJA hardware prowess
ensures high reliability and performance,
with 4x 3G-SDI input and output,
and DisplayPort connections.
Specifically designed to be used wherever needed,
the 1RU form factor fits into a range of environments,
providing the confidence you need for consistent
and predictable HDR production and mastering.
High raster imagery justifies a high raster interface
for maintaining a vital eye on your aesthetic elements
as you analyse your materials for HDR.
HDR Image Analyser offers pristine imagery and the capability to hone in on the tiniest particulars for a precise analysis of your materials:
- Phase Metering, Audio Levels, False Colour Mode, Brightness and Out of Gamut
- Audio Peak Metering
- Still Store
- Line Mode: Focus Region of Interest onto a specific Vertical or Horizontal line
- Ultra-precise, high quality UltraHD handler interface for native resolution picture display incorporating PQ support for HDR proficient displays
AJA’s technical support is accepted as among the best in the industry and is offered to all AJA customers.
If you require help with any facet of your HDR Image Analyser operation,
configuration or installation or encounter any technical issue,
AJA Support will work with you to get up and running.
HDR Image Analyser is protected by a substantial three year warranty.
Please see the specific Product’s Manual for additional details around warranty conditions for the product itself.