Matrox MC-100 Awards and Reviews
By Charles Amyot
The mini converter combines multiple functions into an all-in-one system.
Now more than ever, with the widespread use of HD and 3G along with SD, broadcasters are being challenged by SDI signal management issues. Mini converters are an integral part of SDI signal management and can be deployed in a variety of ways — for monitoring on affordable HDMI displays, for distributing and amplifying video feeds within an environment, for switching between two signals and, finally, for multiplexing two signals into a single cable to save wiring for transport.
Matrox MC-100's Loss of Signal Switching Ideal for Streaming
TV-Bay's, Jon Pratchett reported on his use of the Matrox MC-100 mini converter in the magazine's October issue.
"I thought it was about time that I gave you all a little update on some of the kit I have been using and testing of the past few months. So here are a couple of updates for you starting with Matrox MC100."
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Matrox MC-100 in a League Of Its Own for European Football Tournaments
When the European football tournaments kick off this year, deltatre's digital sports vans will be covering the action and Matrox MC-100 mini converters will be on board.
With offices in Turin, London, Manchester, Paris and New York, deltatre is a recognised leader in providing digital media and technology solutions to major sports federations and broadcasters. For the most prestigious upcoming European football tournaments in 2012 they will provide a range of services, including live data gathering, HD stereoscopic graphics, official print-outs, commentator information systems, stadium giant screens and hospitality TV feeds.
Matrox MC-100 Earns TV Technology Europe STAR Award at IBC2011 -
September 26, 2011
Matrox® Video Products Group today announced that its Matrox MC-100, a dual SDI-to-HDMI mini converter1 that supports a wide range of display resolutions through 3G, Dual Link, HD, and SD-SDI, is the recipient of a 2011 STAR (Superior Technology Award Recipient) Award, given by the editorial staff of TV Technology Europe magazine at the 2011 IBC convention.
TV Technology Europe Magazine honors MC-100 with its IBC2011 "STAR" Award -
September 13, 2011
The STAR Award (Superior Technology Award Recipient) is designed to celebrate and showcase the preeminent technological innovations available to the broadcast industry. "STAR awards are given to interesting new products that help a user save money or accomplish a task in an easier way," said Mark Hallinger, Editor of TV Technology Europe. "The products selected help advance the industry — some were chosen because of technical novelty or innovation, some because they filled an important gap in the production or transmission chain, and some because they were just cool products."