Matrox X.mio3 LP is a low-profile, half-length PCIe card that offers up to eight reconfigurable I/Os.
The Tesera broadcast video servers from 360 Systems will be built on Matrox X.mio3 SDI video cards. The Tesera multi-format video servers provide record and playout in both HD and SD with a wide range of features that include independent playout resolution per channel, graphics overlay, playlist and record scheduling, remote access and external control.
The Matrox X.mio3 video card at the heart of product provides for multiple independent output formats, scaling, graphic overlays and more, with minimal use of system resources.
Matrox X.mio3 LP is a low-profile, half-length PCIe card that offers up to eight reconfigurable I/Os, from SD to 4K. Multi-channel hardware processing accelerates compute-intensive operations including motion-adaptive de-interlacing, up/down/cross scaling and mixing/compositing for all resolutions.
Along with comprehensive Matrox DSX SDKs for Windows or Linux and unlimited Matrox applications engineering support, the card provides the I/O flexibility OEMs need to get quickly to market with small-footprint channel-in-a-box systems, video servers, broadcast graphics systems, encoders, transcoders, multiviewers, switchers and other digital media equipment.
The Matrox DSX SDKs offer a common API across all Matrox DSX Developer Products providing a full set of powerful tools including versatile file reading/writing, memory management, streaming synchronization, and a large selection of software codecs and effects. A prototyping tool provides a graphical representation of all hardware components so developers can simulate and test their use cases within minutes, before writing a single line of code.
360 Systems will feature the TESERA line at NAB2015 on booth N6038.
Matrox products will be demonstrated on booth SL5817.
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