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Shoot, Edit, Deliver 2010 Road Tour

Matrox Video Products Group today announced an eleven-city U.S. road tour where representatives from Matrox, Apple, and leading camera manufacturers will share tips and tricks to improve all aspects of attendees’ video production workflow - from shooting, through editing, to final delivery in today’s most popular formats.

“Creative professionals are being asked by their clients to produce projects in a variety of formats for the web, Blu-ray, and mobile devices which can be very time consuming,” said Francesco Scartozzi, Matrox director of sales for the Americas. “The collaboration between Matrox and Apple on this road tour offers attendees a unique chance to discover the workflow advantages of combining Final Cut Studio with Matrox MAX technology to deliver video content faster than ever before.”

The Shoot, Edit, Deliver 2010 Road Tour kicks off in Burbank on February 2 then visits New York, Orlando, Dallas, Austin, Miami, Atlanta, Milwaukee, Boston, and St. Louis, before winding up in San Francisco on March 9. This event is offered free of charge through registration at Attendees will have a chance to win a Matrox CompressHD H.264 accelerator card valued at $495.

About Matrox

Matrox Video Products Group is a technology and market leader in the field of HD and SD digital video hardware and software for accelerated H.264 encoding, realtime editing, audio/video input/output, DVD/Blu-ray authoring, scan conversion, capture/playout servers, clip/still stores, and CGs. Matrox's Emmy award-winning technology powers a full range of content creation and delivery platforms used by broadcasters, post-production facilities, project studios, corporate communicators, and videographers worldwide. Founded in 1976, Matrox is a privately held company headquartered in Montreal, Canada.

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