06.25.2004 12:00 AM
Matrox Offers "Trade Up to Xtreme Pro" Program
Montreal software maker Matrox is offering Matrox, Pinnacle and Canopus users a trade up to its new product suite or collection. Both bundles include the latest Adobe software.

"To make the trade-up process even simpler, we've made sure that Matrox RT.X100 Xtreme Pro can read video files captured and created with other products," said Bernard Lamborelle, Matrox technical marketing director.

Features include the ability to edit with Adobe Premier 1.5, real-time 3D effects with keyframe control and real-time filters such as pan and scan, color match, old movie and soft focus.


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