At IBC in Amsterdam this week, Matrox is introducing the following products: The Matrox VS4, a four-channel HD-SDI capture card for use with Telestream Wirecast for Windows webcasting software. In a single PCIe slot, the VS4 provides up to four independent HD-SDI inputs with up to 16 embedded audio channels per SDI source Priced at […]
At IBC in Amsterdam this week, Matrox is introducing the following products:
The Matrox VS4, a four-channel HD-SDI capture card for use with Telestream Wirecast for Windows webcasting software. In a single PCIe slot, the VS4 provides up to four independent HD-SDI inputs with up to 16 embedded audio channels per SDI source
Priced at $1,495, Matrox VS4 will be available in November 2012.
The Matrox MXO2 Dock, an accessory that allows users of Matrox MXO2 I/O devices and MacBook Pro or MacBook Air to easily create an ideal ergonomic workspace for video editing and content creation. From a single Thunderbolt connection, users can add multiple peripherals including a large HDMI display, a full-size keyboard, and a mouse. A gigabit Ethernet port provides connectivity to a wired network, enabling data transfers 18 times faster than Wi-Fi. One SuperSpeed USB 3.0 port and two USB 2.0 ports are also provided.
Priced at $349, the dock will be available in the fourth quarter.
The Matrox Monarch, a professional video streaming and recording appliance that is configurable via a simple HTML interface using any computer on the same network as the device. It generates an RTP-, UDP-, or RTSP-compliant H.264 stream from any full resolution HDMI input while simultaneously recording high-quality MP4 or MOV files to an SD card, a USB 2.0 flash drive or hard disk, or network storage.
It is is expected to be available in early 2013.
Telestream Wirecast 4.2 for Windows across the entire line of Matrox MXO2 capture devices, which enables streaming of live events from wherever they are happening. News, sports, concerts, educational seminars, religious services, and corporate meetings are just a few of the many types of live events where an MXO2 device comes in handy for creating Internet broadcasts. Their convenient form factors let users stream from anywhere there is an internet connection – in studio, on set, in the field, and in OB vans. Matrox MXO2 devices not only send a video feed to Wirecast for streaming, they simultaneously create a high-quality recording of the original video and audio feed on disk – ready for post-event editing.
Support for Wirecast 4.2 for Windows will be part of Matrox driver release 7.2, which will be available to registered users as a free download from the Matrox website in November 2012.