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SRT-ready Matrox Mura IPX capture and video wall encoder cards deliver high-performance, low-latency 4K and HD video over any private or public network
MONTREAL — 30 May 2019 —Matrox® Graphics Inc. today announces Secure Reliable Transport (SRT) streaming protocol support on its complete range of Matrox Mura IPX capture and IP encode/decode cards. The SRT open-source protocol and technology stack focuses on performance, reliability, and security for video delivery over private and public networks. As SRT-ready products, the high-density Matrox Mura IPX capture and IP encode/decode cards allow OEMs and system integrators to build cutting-edge solutions capable of streaming and recording desktops, entire video walls, and selected regions of interest over both LAN and internet.
Matrox Mura IPX capture, video wall, and multiviewer cards will be in action at InfoComm 2019, in Matrox booth 3055.
Industry-leading capture and multiviewer cards
OEMs and system integrators can mix and match a premium selection of 4K DisplayPort™ 1.2, 4K HDMI®, and 12G-SDI card options to capture a wide variety of physical, baseband sources. Matrox Mura IPX capture cards also include a dedicated onboard network interface controller (NIC) for unprecedented, high-density encoding and decoding of up to two 4Kp60, four 4Kp30, eight 1080p60, sixteen 1080p30, or exponentially more SD streams. Matrox Mura IPX cards are available in passive and active cooling options.
Software and APIs
Matrox Mura IPX cards include a complete range of video wall software, APIs, and libraries. These software toolkits allow OEMs and developers to deploy intuitive, ready-to-use software and build custom interfaces and applications.
"Matrox Mura IPX cards with the SRT streaming protocol is a natural pairing," says Fadhl Al-Bayaty, business development manager, Matrox Graphics Inc. "OEMs and integrators can couple Matrox Mura IPX’s next-generation capture, encoding, and decoding functionality with the industry’s low-latency video streaming standard to bring out the best-quality live video—even across the most bandwidth-limited, unpredictable, or noisiest of networks."