Media technology innovator Matrox Video has announced its lineup for IBC2023, where its experts will be on hand on Stand 7.B15. The company will feature the critical technology powering broadcast workflows for live, tier-1 programming; broadcast television; and specialty content production today and into the future.
Live Production – Software-Only Production of Tier-1 Live Content
Introducing Matrox ORIGIN, an empowering framework that redefines live production workflows for broadcast and media developers. A truly groundbreaking asynchronous and scalable architecture, Matrox ORIGIN offers a native, IT-based approach to television production, providing scalable, low-latency, and frame-accurate broadcast operations for tier-1 live television production. Bridging the worlds of broadcast and IT, Matrox ORIGIN guarantees synchronisation throughout the live production process and overcomes the challenge of integrating video and IT. With the ORIGIN framework, accurate processing happens on any level within the distributed environment — on-prem or in the cloud. The framework manages inherent redundancy without requiring any additional intervention. It also supports redundancy across multiple Amazon Web Services (AWS) availability zones for mission-critical applications.
Matrox ORIGIN Offers Freedom to Choose
Matrox ORIGIN offers the freedom to choose on-prem or in the cloud, capex or opex, and best-of-breed products and services.
Learn About Matrox ORIGIN at IBC2023
Attendees can learn about the potential of Matrox ORIGIN at the session “Live Production Unlimited: Making Time with Matrox ORIGIN” on Friday, Sept. 15, in Room G106 at the RAI. Join industry luminary Richard Cartwright as he unveils how high-performance, multicore, distributed computer systems can play with the meaning of time itself, enhancing the processing of live media streams without any compromise on quality.
Press and Technical Sessions
1 p.m. — Press Session (30 minutes)
2 p.m. — Technical Session (2 hours)
Matrox ORIGIN will also be shown on Stands 8.B75 at Pebble and 7.B18 at RT Software.
Video Conversion – Monitor, Route, and Convert Media ConvertIP
Visitors interested in signal management — including two-way, high-density ST 2110-to-HDMI/SDI monitoring and conversion — are invited to the ConvertIP pod. There they will see how they can reduce the cost of ownership, ease switching requirements, and gain baseband monitoring flexibility and redundancy with Matrox ConvertIP. Thanks to the new daisy-chaining feature in ConvertIP Version 2.0, users can even send multiple streams through one connection and display any stream on any connected monitor. These fanless, NMOS-aware devices are 4K- and IPMX-ready, support both ST 2110-20 uncompressed and ST 2110-22 compressed JPEG XS workflows and include PoE+ for easy integration.
Remote Production and Contribution – Encode/Decode, Talkback and Tally, Return Feed Monarch EDGE Encoders and Decoders
For remote production applications, users can send up to four synchronised SDI broadcast-quality camera feeds from any location over the open internet and/or public/private cloud using just one Monarch EDGE 4K/multiHD encoder and genlockable decoders. Built-in features like tally and talkback eliminate the need to purchase extra equipment, saving money and installation time. New at IBC2023, Version 2.05 adds support for SCTE 104, closed captioning, and more for easier integration into broadcast workflows. Visitors to the Monarch EDGE pod will see how collaborator GlobalM depended on Monarch EDGE to cover Queen Elizabeth II’s funeral and why Monarch EDGE is “made for remote production.”
3P Partnerships – Matrox Video at IBC2023
RT Software (Stand 7.B18), Pebble (Stand 8.B75), intoPIX (Stand 10.D31i), STAGETEC (Stand 8.A95), Anyware Video (Stand 2.B39d), and TAG Video Systems (1.C18) IBC2023 visitors should look for Matrox Video technology at work in its partners’ stands at the RAI and see how industry leaders integrate Matrox Video hardware, software, and infrastructure to produce best-of-breed broadcast and AV solutions.
OEM Developer Products — Codec and I/O Cards, On-prem and Cloud Media-Processing Services
Solution providers and developers create the broadcast and AV industry’s most successful and powerful products and services using Matrox Video OEM technology, and IBC visitors will see the latest hardware and software advancements in the OEM area of the Matrox Video stand. Matrox Video will show how manufacturers, using a unified API, can save on development costs and gain the highest quality technology to easily integrate IP video processing, video capture and delivery, and software services into complete solutions or to offer complementary functionality.
ST 2110, H.264, SDI I/O – SDK Improvements
At IBC2023, attendees will discover the latest improvements to the Matrox Video range of ST 2110 and H.264 encoders and decoders and SD/HD/UHD I/O cards. New features include ultra-low latency with sub-frame transfer, 8K support, and improved Linux support.
LUMA H.265 Codec Cards — New Release Based on Intel ARC GPU
Operators delivering H.265 will enjoy the LUMA H.265 codec card. This Matrox Video professional implementation of Intel ARC Graphics encodes/decodes multiple H.264 and H.265 streams for easy multiformat delivery. Matrox LUMA is available in a fanless, low-profile version for specialty applications and easy installation.
Remote Control and Operations — IP KVM Extension and Switching
Extio 3 4K IP KVM Extenders — Workstation operators can visualise more information and make faster decisions from a smaller equipment footprint with remote access and connectivity for studios, control rooms, and OB vans using Extio 3 4K IP KVM extenders over 1GbE networks. The latest updates include support for pressure-sensitive Wacom® tablets so graphic artists maintain full creative control even in remote locations. Users can create scalable and cost-effective 1GbE KVM matrix switching environments with secure, low-bitrate 4Kp60 4:4:4 and up to quad 1080p60 4:4:4 video extension and switching over LAN, WAN, or the internet.