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CONVERTERS FOR PROFESSIONALS


VERSATILE  AFFORDABLE  RELIABLE Dual SDI to HDMI Mini Converter for 3G/3D/HD/SD


Matrox MC-100 lets broadcast engineers and A/V professionals satisfy their diverse needs when it comes to managing SDI signals within their environments - for monitoring, distributing, switching, multiplexing, and processing 3D in real time. Until now, you have been forced to purchase different devices to perform these tasks. The new Matrox MC-100 solves all these challenges in one inexpensive, easy-to-use device. It is a dual SDI to HDMI mini converter that supports a wide range of display resolutions through 3G, Dual Link, HD, and SD-SDI. This single portable unit can be used as a HD-SDI switcher, a distribution amplifier, a multiplexer, and a 3D processing unit, making it the most versatile mini converter on the market. It should be in every video professional’s toolbox.


HD-SDI Scan Converter with Genlock and Region-of- Interest Support


Matrox Convert DVI Plus lets broadcasters easily and economically take the computer-based content that is quickly becoming a key part of the nightly news to air. It’s ideal for creating broadcast video from computer applications such as Skype, YouTube, Google Earth, video games, and web browsers, as well as citizen journalists’ mobile phone videos.


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Matrox is a registered trademark. Matrox MC-100 and Matrox Convert DVI Plus are trademarks of Matrox Electronic Systems Ltd. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners.


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