Outdoorsman International goes end-to-end with Matrox
The Outdoorsman with Buck McNeely premiered in 1985 on one TV station in Cape Girardeau, Missouri. Since then, it has become the largest syndicated outdoor adventure TV series in the World. The program airs on over 500 TV stations and cable nets and is also distributed internationally. Read the entire article
Herbert J. Kellner, executive editor of Lifelong Learning Magazine, produces "Travel Secrets Mexico" from a 45-foot sailboat. Matrox MXO2 LE MAX is the cornerstone of his edit suite, ensuring high quality broadcasts for this 12-episode TV documentary series for the FamilyNet television network. Read the entire article.
Bradley Shende, Executive Producer at Connected Life and CEO/Founder of M2O, uses MXO2 LE MAX to easily and quickly create H.264 files for Blu-ray, the web, and mobile devices as well as stream content from any camera, anywhere. Read the entire article
Church Production Magazine
Matrox MXO2 LE MAX Review
"In rendering out the footage, I did a speed comparison between rendering with one of the Matrox H.264 HD templates and rendering the footage without the MXO2. For a clip that was 5:14 in length, it rendered in five minutes with the MXO2 (basically in real time), whereas the laptop by itself took 24 minutes to render out the same clip. This is clearly a huge improvement—20% of the unassisted rendering time. That's impressive." Read the entire review
Connected Life CES 2012: Matrox MXO2 (Behind The Scenes)
Take a behind-the-scenes look at the machine that powered the Connected Life crazy cart at CES 2012.
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Excitement surrounding Thunderbolt
Francesco Scartozzi, Matrox sales director for the Americas presents
Thunderbolt-enabled Matrox MXO2 devices.
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Using H.264 to your best advantage
In this pre-recorded webinar Matrox product experts present a detailed discussion of H.264, the de-facto standard codec for delivering HD content to the web, mobile devices and Blu-ray. You will learn: how to accentuate the positive and overcome the negative aspects of working with H.264, ways to speed up rendering, the key to creating high quality video for low bandwidth web connections and much more. Benefits of Matrox MAX 2.0 are presented. Watch the webinar
CreativeCOW's Craig Seeman looks
at Matrox MAX
"H.264 has finally become 'the' codec we're likely to use for delivery. For web use Quicktime, Flash and now Silverlight use it. In addition it's part of the Blu-ray specs as well as delivery for iPods and iPhones. While having a single codec certainly simplifies delivery, encoding to H.264 is SLOOOOW. It brings the fastest computers to their knees and our brows cover with sweat as deadlines loom. Matrox CompressHD, with MAX technology, promises to ignite the after burners for H.264 encoding and it certainly delivers." Read more
Exporting H.264 from Avid Media Composer with Matrox MXO2 Mini MAX
Shane Ross blogs and brags about how fast he can encode H.264 directly from Media Composer on his laptop using Matrox MXO2 Mini MAX. Read more