Matrox senior software engineer explains why a NIC with onboard SMPTE IP support makes sense.
Part of Purdue's masters in engineering program is the capture and delivery of its on-campus classroom lectures via video on demand or as a live stream.
Matrox’s lineup of products on display at IBC 2017 has been unveiled and is set to include its lineup of video-aware broadcast IP cards, live-streaming capable Monarch HDX and Monarch HD encoding appliances, the Monarch LCS lecture capture appliance and Matrox DSX developer products.
A recent upgrade to Matrox’s streaming and recording encoders Monarch HD and Monarch HDX has added native support for the Facebook Live and YouTube Live streaming platforms.
When the new Centurion Sales Excellence Program kicked off at Stetson University last fall, the business school had already taken the steps to provide lecture capture technology and video management with a system from Matrox and Ensemble Video.
The Matrox booth at the 2017 NAB Show will highlight the Monarch HDX dual-channel broadcast streaming and recording appliance, which enables closed captioning integration while streaming and/or recording.
The Monarch HDX from Matrox has added another talent to its quiver, with the company announcing the integration of closed captioning capture and streaming support.
The University of Dallas wants its fans to be able to stay up to date with all the action from its sports teams, so it has added a Matrox Monarch HD encoder and announced a partnership with College TV Ticket to provide a live stream of all its games.
At the 2016 NAB Show, Matrox Video will showcase the Matrox Monarch HDX dual-channel H.264 encoding appliance.
With three conferences occurring simultaneously at the Javits Convention Center in New York, Matrox is taking that opportunity to launch its new multi-channel 4:2:2 10-bit H.264 encoder card, the M264.