RT2000 General FAQs
Matrox RT2000 supports NTSC, NTSC-EIAJ, PAL, and SECAM. SECAM is supported for video input only. When installing the Matrox RT2000 software, you are asked to choose the video standard you want to use with your system. To switch your video standard, you'll need to re-install the RT2000 software.
If you want to use NTSC and PAL on the same system, create a dual-boot system with a boot manager utility such as Boot Magic (available from PowerQuest Corporation).
Yes. Users with systems limited to 64 MB of AGP aperture benefit from ALL of the RT2000 features, including exporting to MPEG-2 IBP format.
Matrox Video Tools 3.1 memory requirements depend on your operating system and the amount of AGP aperture that your motherboard can support.
|Windows XP||256 MB of RAM|
|Windows 2000||256 MB of RAM|
|Windows 98SE/Me||128 MB of RAM|
(for motherboards that support 128- or 256-MB AGP aperture)
|Windows 98SE/Me||256 MB of RAM|
(for motherboards limited to 64-MB AGP aperture)
Matrox RT2000 has more realtime features than any other video-editing card in its class. It's the ideal choice for corporate video producers, event videographers, and multimedia artists. At first glance, Matrox RT2000 and Pinnacle DV500 Plus might appear to be quite similar. However, detailed evaluation of these products in an editing environment reveals many important differences.
Matrox RT2000 is the only complete video editing solution on the market, with state-of-the-art technology working behind the scenes and an impressive array of software to help you get more out of it.