Multi-Channel H.264 Recorder and Player
Ki Pro GO is a portable multi-channel H.264 recorder and player offering up to 4-channels of simultaneous HD and SD recording to off the shelf USB drives with redundant recording capabilities.
4x 3G-SDI and 4x HDMI digital video inputs with flexible channel assignments provides connections to the latest video sources, including cameras. Incoming video sources can be mixed and matched, via Ki Pro GO’s Genlock free recording capability. High quality 2-channel embedded audio or balanced XLR analog audio can be assigned to any recording channel. Multi-Channel Matrix Monitoring enables multiple video channels to be viewed on any single HDMI display.
Designed to be either portable or rackmountable with half rack wide, 2RU high dimensions, Ki Pro GO is well suited for use in any environment.
Connect three cameras directly to a vision mixer and then run the camera ISO feeds as well as the Line Cut/Program Feed from the vision mixer to Ki Pro GO. Capture all four of the recording channels directly to USB sticks in each of the four front of unit USB slots, as well as a combination of all four recording channels to a single USB drive connected to the fifth USB port on the rear of the unit.
Connect four cameras directly to Ki Pro GO and capture the recording channels discretely to USB sticks in each of the four front of unit USB slots as well as a combination of all four recording channels to a single USB drive connected to the fifth USB port on the rear of the unit.
For the best of all worlds for multi-camera shoots, connect four cameras directly to Ki Pro Ultra Plus for high quality Apple ProRes capture to AJA Pak Media. Continue the path from Ki Pro Ultra Plus’ four 3G-SDI outputs directly to a Ki Pro GO for H.264 Primary and Backup recording. Multiple recordings, discrete camera capture to ProRes and H.264, with redundancy, all in real time.
Multi-camera shoots requiring proxy workflows from Ki Pro Ultra Plus Apple ProRes recordings can benefit from multi-channel capture and redundant recordings of H.264 files on Ki Pro GO at different compression settings, providing redundancy and small file sizes for proxy editing and postproduction.