Matrox I/O products are the perfect addition to your Media 100 Suite to meet all your input, output, and monitoring needs.
Matrox I/O devices provide WYSIWYG support for Eyeon Fusion. They let you preview your images on an external monitor so that you can see your productions as they will be seen by your client.
NewTek LightWave 3D
Matrox I/O devices provide WYSIWYG support for NewTek LightWave 3D. They let you preview your images on an external monitor so that you can see your productions as they will be seen by your client.
Matrox I/O devices and BoinxTV live production software turn your Mac into a TV studio. Your can easily create live-to-disk, live-to-internet and live-to-stage video. Record studio shows, podcasts, sports events, concerts, sermons, lectures and more using your Mac and multiple cameras.
NINSIGHT's BB-TV is a media playout application for Mac that works with the Matrox MXO2 I/O devices to let you browse, manage, and broadcast your media assets. It uses a built-in playlist capable of handling the majority of QuickTime formats and MXF. An integrated graphics generator enables insertion of realtime 3D logos, text, and RSS feeds.
Softron Media Services
Softron Media Services provides a variety of powerful broadcast software solutions for ingest and playout that are compatible with Matrox SDI I/O devices. The Softron applications, including OnTheAir Video, OnTheAir Video Express, MovieRecorder, and MovieRecorder Express, offer unparalleled ease-of-use.
Matrox SDI I/O devices and the just:in and just:play applications from ToolsOnAir create a powerful ingest/playout solution for facilities using Macs. Just:in features include batch digitizing, VTR control, crash recording and scheduled recording. Just:play is a timeline-based application that makes it easy to combine video playout with realtime graphics overlay.
A Thunderbolt technology-enabled Matrox MXO2 along with a rack-mounted quad-core Intel Core i7 Mac mini provides an efficient, reliable platform for SIENNA Ingest and Playout, Picture Ready, and Virtual VTR.
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