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Security is one of the greatest concerns in mission critical environments. Here are some things to consider when selecting IP KVM extenders for your organization.

In this FAQ, you will find answers to some basic questions about KVM extenders. Read on to learn about what they are, how they work, where they are used, their benefits, the maximum distance that signals can be extended, and more.

Display drivers are an important consideration in the optimal usage of graphics hardware. This guide explains the basics of display drivers and describes the various features, options, and choices available with Matrox display drivers.

Designed for digital signage professionals, Matrox Bezel Displacement provides image compensation for the physical border of display bezels. Images on multi-display, stretched desktop setups may look elongated or disproportioned because the image stops at the end of one screen and begins on the next.

Matrox makes a variety of graphics cards designed to be inserted into certain types of computer expansion slots. The most common slot types used by graphics cards are PCI™ and PCIe® and for each of these types, there are also several sub-types.

It is an indisputable fact that the AV industry is heading down the path where more signals are transported across IP networks. Achieving reliable, high-quality video and audio distribution over the network is now possible with less bandwidth than ever before.

Matrox TripleHead2Go (available in digital or analog) connects three monitors to your computer, giving you more space to display your applications—for work or for games.

AV over IP stands for “Audio-Visual over Internet Protocol”. Essentially, it is the transmission of audio-visual data over a network such as a LAN, WAN, or the internet. As opposed to traditional AV environments, AV over IP (also known as AV/IP) refers to the use of standard network equipment to transmit and switch video and audio.

Encoding refers to converting captured video and/or rendered PC graphics into a digital format that helps facilitate recording, moving, multiplying, sharing, altering, or otherwise manipulating the video content for editing, transport, and viewing. 

This guide details five common scenarios in which dedicated lecture capture hardware appliances offer an ideal solution for the educational market. Read on for an outline of fundamental questions on this topic, and an illustration of the pros, cons, and considerations for next-generation lecture capture solutions.

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