AJA Offers Drastic MediaNXS LE to Kona, Io Express Customers

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Grass Valley, Calif. - AJA Video Systems, a manufacturer of professional video interface and conversion solutions, announced that Drastic Technologies’ MediaNXS LE professional capture and output software is available as a free download for a limited time to all AJA Kona and Io Express customers on the Windows platform.

Drastic Technologies is partnering with AJA to bring this offer to all Kona LHi, Kona LHe, Kona 3, Kona 3G, and Io Express customers using the Windows operating system, providing them with enhanced video capture and output control. Advanced functionality available with MediaNXS LE includes: batch capture, EDL output, and signal monitoring.



"AJA products cater to video professionals who depend on the reliability, quality, and robust feature set of products, like the Kona family of capture cards," says James Brooks, manager, Drastic Technologies. "We're pleased to further streamline workflows for these customers by making the LE version of our MediaNXS capture and output software available to them for free."

"Drastic Technologies is a long-time OEM partner of AJA's and we admire the quality of their products and engineering. We both uphold high standards in product development and we're pleased to offer our Windows-based Kona and Io Express customers the robust feature enhancements that MediaNXS LE lends to a professional video workflow," explains Nick Rashby, president, AJA.

For a limited time, Kona users who install the free MediaNXS LE software have the option to upgrade to the full version for MediaNXS at a special discounted price of $895, reduced from the list price of $1495.

Kona and Io Express customers can download a free version of MediaNXS LE at http://www.medianxs.com


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