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Matrox Mura™ MPX Videos


Matrox Video Walls Are Everywhere

 

Matrox’s award-winning product portfolio has helped power world-class video wall installations in every major global market, and in every scenario imaginable. Discover what customers are saying about our innovative hardware and software technologies, and why they have become the popular choice for OEMs and systems integrators looking to incorporate all of today’s must-have video wall features.

Video length: 3min 25s.


Matrox MuraControl — Part 3: How to Manage Windows Settings in Your Video Wall Layouts

 

Manage and modify a variety of windows properties using Matrox MuraControl for Windows software. Discover how to define the z-order of overlapping windows, crop the content of a selected window, customize and adjust text overlay settings, and enable blending and color keying options.

Video length: 7min 09s.


NEC Showcase 2015: Matrox Reveals Diverse Offerings for All Things AV

 

At NEC Showcase Rob Moodey discusses the scope of Matrox Graphics technology used in a trade event—capturing, encoding, scaling, compositing, extending, streaming, recording, decoding, displaying, and controlling content in a variety of AV and desktop settings.

Today’s ‘state of the art’ is linked to the future for Matrox by managing evolution of higher resolution images such as UHD and the transition to an IP based future.

Video length: 2min 37s.


DSE 2015: Matrox Mura MPX Video Wall Processors

 

Matrox’s Sarah Kelly presents Matrox Mura MPX video wall processor cards to rAVe Publications at Digital Signage Expo (DSE) 2015. Mura MPX capture and display boards can be used to cost-effectively build custom, high-density video wall controllers with up to 56 HD inputs and 56 HD outputs. Users can intuitively manage source content including HDCP feeds via Matrox MuraControl or third-party software, or apply rich transitions and eye-catching digital signage effects using the latest Mura Network API—a platform for software developers to build their own powerful video wall control solutions for Mura-based systems. Building high-impact video walls is easier than you think.


DSE 2015: Get a Sneak Peek at Matrox’s Digital Signage Solutions (Booth# 1645)

 

Visit Matrox Graphics booth# 1645 at DSE 2015 to see live demonstrations of a wide range of solutions for digital signage. The award-winning Matrox C-Series multi-display video cards will drive signage across a portrait 3x1 configuration using Net Display Systems’ PADS4 software; Maevex H.264 encoders will stream live video content over IP for display within Scala digital signage; and Mura MPX video wall processor cards will capture and display content from a variety of sources across a video wall managed with VuWall2 DS software. System integrators, consultants and enthusiasts alike are invited to come by to see how they can integrate these solutions in their next digital signage project.

Video length: 58s.


Matrox Software, APIs & Libraries: Matrox Mura IPX Cards

 

Matrox Mura MPX capture and display boards deliver exceptional-quality scaling, switching and compositing of content from a variety of sources including HDCP feeds. Featuring both flexible inputs and high-quality outputs, Mura MPX boards make it easy to build custom, high-density, cost-effective video wall processors with up to 56 HD inputs and 56 HD outputs.

Video length: 1min 31s.


Matrox MuraControl — Part 2: How to Create and Switch Between Multiple Video Wall Layouts

 

Create and save unique presets by using Matrox MuraControl for Windows software to arrange source content windows on the video wall exactly where you want them. Discover how to preview and edit layouts on your MuraControl canvas before applying changes to the video wall itself, plus recall presets easily & instantly.

Video length: 1min 47s.


Matrox MuraControl — Part 1: How to Create, Preview and Apply Video Wall Layouts

 

Matrox MuraControl for Windows is an intuitive, feature-rich application that allows you to manage video walls powered by Matrox Mura MPX capture and display boards. Discover how you can start creating, previewing, and applying layouts within the easy-to-use software so that your video wall appears exactly as you want it to.

Video length: 2min 34s.


Matrox PowerDesk Desktop Management Software for Mura MPX Series

 

Easily manage your multi-display desktop with Matrox PowerDesk. Matrox display drivers include PowerDesk desktop management software that allows you to change display settings specific to your Matrox graphics hardware. PowerDesk empowers you to manage and customize your multi-display setup for the ultimate computing experience.

Video length: 1min 28s.


InfoComm 2014: Matrox Mura Showcased for rAVe Publications

 

Matrox Product Manager Helgi Sigurdsson discusses how Mura MPX Series capture and display boards power custom video walls comprising up to 56 HD inputs scaled across 56 HD outputs. MuraControl 3.0 software meanwhile lets users create, switch, and schedule multi-source video wall layouts from a control console. Via scaling, blending, and other net API calls, MuraControl can be used to develop eye-catching video walls.

Video length: 2min 15s.


ISE 2014: Matrox Mura & Maevex Demonstrated for InAVate.TV

 

Matrox’s Rob Moodey shows off a video wall powered by Mura MPX Series video wall controller boards, with new eye-catching transitions and effects enabled using the latest Matrox Mura Network API. Maevex AV-over-IP IP H.264 encoders and decoders are also presented for different application areas, including streaming to a DISE digital signage player and recording to NAS at up to Full HD 1080p60.

Video length: 3min 32s.


Add Eye-Catching Effects to Your Video Wall with Matrox Mura Network API

 

The latest Matrox Mura Network API for Mura MPX-based video walls lets ISVs add eye-catching transitions and effects to their video wall software, including scaling, transparency and rotation. The Network API also provides a new high-performance HTML5 renderer for the integration of social media, weather information, animations and other online data feeds into digital signage.

Video length: 2min 23s.


InfoComm 2013 Preview: Mura MPX Video Wall Effects

 

Matrox Mura MPX Series video wall controller boards will be used to capture and display multiple inputs on video walls in many booths at InfoComm 2013. This video was taken of the Mura-powered 3x3 video wall that will be on display in the Matrox booth (#4759), just before the equipment was packed up and sent to the show. It shows some of the presentation effects that can be achieved with Mura MPX hardware, including transparency and color-keying.

Video length: 2min 35s.


Matrox MuraControl Video Wall Management Software

 

See how MuraControl™ for Windows® display wall management software can be used to create multiple layouts on a Mura MPX-based video wall and edit these in real time. The software can be used locally or from anywhere on the network to ensure your source content appears precisely where you want it, how you want it.

Video length: 1min 56s.


Video Wall Presentation Effects with Matrox Mura MPX

 

This recording shows the latest Matrox Mura MPX video wall presentation effects including masking and transparency (alpha blending/compositing). A combination of live video sources, external media players and Blu-ray content is captured, scaled, rotated, overlapped, framed, and repositioned with stunning visual quality.

Video length: 4min 43s.


Matrox Mura MPX Overview at Digital Signage Expo 2013

 

Helgi Sigurdsson, Product Manager at Matrox Graphics Inc., provides an overview of the Matrox Mura MPX video wall controller boards at Digital Signage Expo (DSE) 2013. At the show, Mura MPX boards captured and displayed multiple live sources across a 2x2 wall, while also demonstrating its newest presentation effects, including alpha blending and color keying.

Video length: 1min 34s.


Matrox Training and Simulation Presentation at I/ITSEC 2011

 

Samuel Recine, Director of Sales -- America and Asia Pacific at Matrox Graphics Inc., demonstrates how Matrox Mura MPX video wall controller boards, a Matrox Avio KVM extender, and a Matrox TripleHead2Go external multi-display upgrade can be combined to create a training and simulation platform.

Video length: 2min 34s.


Matrox Training and Simulation Demonstration at I/ITSEC 2011

 

Samuel Recine, Director of Sales -- America and Asia Pacific, and Caroline Injoyan, Business Development Manager, provide a training and simulation demonstration on a collaborative Matrox platform that uses Matrox Mura MPX video wall controller boards (with MuraControl for iPad remotely manipulating input sources on the wall), a Matrox Avio KVM extender, and a Matrox TripleHead2Go external multi-display upgrade.

Video length: 1min 01s.


Matrox Mura MPX Series and Matrox Extio Series for Mission Critical Environments

 

Matrox Mura MPX video wall controller boards and Extio KVM extenders work together to deliver no latency extension and collaboration in mission critical environments.

Video length: 1min 06s.


Matrox Mura MPX Series Video Wall Controller Board Demo at InfoComm 2011

 

Helgi Sigurdsson, Product Manager at Matrox Graphics Inc., provides a demonstration of the Matrox Mura MPX video wall controller boards at InfoComm 2011.

Video length: 2min 28s.


DTI VuWall and Matrox Mura MPX Demo at InfoComm 2011

 

Paul Vander Plaetse, President of DT International Inc., provides a demonstration of the the DTI VuWall software with Matrox Mura MPX video wall controller boards at InfoComm 2011.

Video length: 3min 49s.


Trenton TVC4401 and Matrox Mura MPX Demo at InfoComm 2011

 

Michael Bowling, President and Director of Operations of Trenton Systems, provides a demonstration of the TVC4401 video controller with Matrox Mura MPX video wall controller boards at InfoComm 2011.

Video length: 1min 34s.


Matrox Edge Overlap: Simplify Multi-Projector Blending

 

Matrox M-Series graphics cards, Matrox Extio F2408 & F2208 KVM extenders, and Matrox Mura MPX Series video wall controller boards offer Matrox Edge Overlap support to simplify multi-projector edge blending.

Video length: 1min 15s.


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