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Teams Hardware Out comes to AJA I/Os

Teams Hardware Out comes to AJA I/Os

Teams Hardware Out comes to AJA I/Os

Support for Microsoft Team’s Hardware Out feature has been announced for a range of AJA audio and video I/O solutions. Using the new feature with an AJA KONA 5, Io 4K Plus, or T-TAP Pro now allows users to output SDI and HDMI high quality audio and video streams of on-the-ground reporters, interviewees or events in remote locations, and them seamless seamlessly use that footage in live productions at broadcast-quality.

“As production ramps back up, it’s clear that distributed workflows are here to stay, and AJA is committed to making them as simple and accessible as possible for production professionals,” shared AJA president Nick Rashby. “The latest integration allows production professionals to transform nearly any webcam feed into a professional-grade audio and video signal to be brought into broadcast-grade productions.”

Microsoft Teams Hardware Out support for compatible AJA hardware is accessible within the Teams interface once enabled by an administrator. Users click on the permissions tab, turn on broadcast capabilities, then select “Hardware Out” for the connected AJA device to receive the video signal. A host of timing, resolutions and frame rates are available to choose from, and once the settings are established, the user can then feed the signal out through the AJA device via SDI and HDMI to ensure a broadcast-quality signal that can be fed to routers, recorders or other production equipment.

“Integrating high quality audio and video remote feeds into live productions can be challenging and costly, but with our new Teams Hardware Out feature and industry standard hardware like AJA’s I/O solutions, it’s quick, easy and cost efficient,” furthered Aaron Linne, senior program manager, Microsoft Teams for Broadcasters at Microsoft Corp. “Quality and reliability are paramount in the field, so we worked closely with AJA to ensure Teams Hardware Out natively supports professional tools like KONA 5, Io 4K Plus and T-TAP Pro.”



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