Matrox X.mio3 IP

Matrox X.mio3 IP

Multi-channel video I/O over 10 GbE plus onboard video processing

X.mio3 IP offers multi-channel, IP-encapsulated HD and 3G video I/O for SMPTE ST 2022-6, SMPTE ST 2110, and SMPTE ST 2022-7 transport protocols with hardware based packetization, plus onboard de-interlacing, scaling and compositing to free up CPU cycles, all packed into a single half-height, half-length PCIe card.

Key features

  • Multi-channel IO allowing up to 4 video inputs and 4 video outputs with redundancy in HD
  • Guaranteed non-bursty packet transmission with zero CPU usage
  • Support for multiple IP encapsulations
  • IP and analog blackburst timing reference
  • IP bypass and fail-safe mechanisms
  • AMWA NMOS JT-NM TR-1001-1 Tested Badge SMPTE ST 2110 JT-NM Tested Badge
  • On-board multi-channel MADI (Motion Adaptive Deinterlacer)
  • Onboard multi-channel Up/Down/Cross scaler
  • Onboard multi-layer compositor
  • Feature rich SDK
  • One comprehensive SDK for all our developer cards


For more information, please contact a Matrox Sales Engineer


Matrox X.mio3 IP at NAB 2016

Video length: 4min 15s.

Marwan Al-Habbal, Product Manager at Matrox Video discusses the newest developer product: Matrox X.mio3 IP. A multi-channel video I/O over 10Gb card with onboard video processing specifically designed to help broadcast equipment manufacturers meet the challenges of the SDI to IP transition.

Industry Recognition

RedSharkMatrox Helping Drive IP and 4K Forward

RedShark News
October 6, 2016
The move towards IP production has been described as “one of the greatest changes to impact the industry since the introduction of audio.” Matrox Video is poised and ready for this move, with new offerings for multi-channel video with an industry unique on-board up/down/cross scaler and compositor. With the excitement over IP, 4K in the SDI space remains a key focus and Matrox is ready to meet demands for 4K/HD simultaneous broadcast.

Matrox also played a key role in powering IBC, collaborating in the LiveIP fibre optic connectivity throughout the exhibit hall, while the X.mio3 IP cards were an integral component in the IBC TV news channel broadcast.

Learn more about what Matrox is doing to drive IP and 4K uptake.


Broadcast BridgeLiveIP Studio Production at IBC

The Broadcast Bridge
By Loren Blake
October 6, 2016
At IBC 2016, Video screens throughout the RAI Amsterdam Convention Centre were powered by VizEngine, a Vizrt video server built upon Matrox X.mio3 IP cards. Designed to help broadcasters move to new IP architectures while maintaining current workflows, operating effectively in both hybrid SDI/IP and IP-only environments, this multifaceted functionality showcases the capabilities of IP-based ecosystems, facilitating the shift in this direction.

See the innovative IP solution deployed at IBC 2016.


KitPlusNAB 2016: Matrox X.mio3 IP

June 2016
Marwan Al-Habbal, Product Manager at Matrox Video, discusses the newest developer product, the X.mio3 IP, designed to help meet the challenges of SDI to IP transition.

Listen to Marwan detail how the Matrox X.mio3 IP works to address this challenge.


Digital Media WorldMatrox X.mio3 IP Card Faces Challenges of SDI to IP Transition

Digital Media World
Spring 2016
To assist broadcast equipment manufacturers with the transition from SDI to IP, Matrox released the X.mio3 IP video card. The powerful tool integrates onboard video processing, multi-channel video I/O, de-interlacing, and up/down/cross scaling to free up CPU and GPU resources.

Read on about how the X.mio3 aids in the SDI to IP transition.


MediakwestMulti-Screen and Multi-Resolution

By Stephan Faudeux
August 26, 2015
At the center of the Vizrt workflow is the VizEngine, supported by the Matrox X.mio3 IP video card. This powerful, multi-channel video I/O card allows IP-encapsulated HD, 3G and 4K video plus onboard video processing.

Learn more about how X.mio3 IP video cards enhance HD, 3G, and 4K video (in French).


For more information, please contact a Matrox Sales Engineer