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Matrox Announces Support for Avid DNxHD Codec in Matrox DSX Developer Products (12/10/2010)

Matrox(r) Video Products Group has announced that support for the Avid DNxHD(r) codec is now integrated into its Matrox DSX(tm) Developer Products <> . Manufacturers of PC-based ingest/playout servers, character generators, broadcast graphics systems, and transcoding systems can now easily support workflows that rely on Avid(r) Media Composer(r), Avid NewsCutter(r), Avid Symphony(tm), Avid DS, and Avid Interplay(r) Assist systems.

"For over 30 years Matrox has been supplying the hardware and software tools that keep broadcast equipment manufacturers at the forefront of emerging video markets," said Alberto Cieri, senior director of sales and marketing, Matrox. "Avid editing systems are ubiquitous in broadcast facilities worldwide, and we are offering the enabling technology our partners require to provide smooth workflow solutions to their customers."

Key features of the Matrox DSX platforms

* Modular architecture gives developers the flexibility to meet
technical and price targets
* Multi-channel HD and SD video/audio I/O support from a single
card including 3 Gb/s for 1080p
* Extensive native codec support in HD and SD including DV, D10
for IMX, HDV, DVCPRO HD, MPEG-2 4:2:2, MPEG-2 4:2:2:4 YUVA, MPEG HD for
XDCAM HD, MPEG HD422 for XDCAM HD422, AVC-Intra for P2, H.264, Apple
ProRes, and Avid DNxHD
* Cross platform file format support - MXF, MOV, AVI, MPG, etc.
* Multi-layer onboard HD scaler/compositor
* Professional realtime effects including sub-pixel 2D/3D DVE,
color correction, chroma/luma keying, graphics overlay, smooth speed
changes, etc.
* Application development support by a team of dedicated,
experienced engineers


The Matrox DSX SDK with support for Avid DNxHD is available to developers now.

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