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Elie Zakaria July 14th, 2005 12:09 PM

Matrox Axio Realtime Multi-Stream SD and HD Editing Platforms Now Shipping!
Matrox Axio Realtime Multi-Stream SD and HD Editing Platforms Now Shipping

Montreal, Canada, - July 13, 2005 - Matrox ® Video Products Group today announced that the Matrox Axio™ family of realtime HD and SD editing platforms is now shipping worldwide. Matrox Axio is designed to give users the highest finishing quality, coupled with the most comprehensive realtime feature set, at an affordable price point.

Matrox Axio makes Adobe® Premiere® Pro the foremost realtime HD and SD editor for demanding broadcast and post-production environments. It features no-render HD and SD finishing in compressed and uncompressed formats, superior color correction tools, advanced realtime effects, and a full range of analog and digital audio and video inputs and outputs. It incorporates Matrox Flex 3D and Power of X technologies to leverage scalable CPU power with the explosive performance of dedicated 3D graphics hardware to provide the ultimate SD and HD editing experience.

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Steve Crisdale July 15th, 2005 02:46 AM

Hmmm.... For $11,495 US, I'm not sure I'm so impressed. I guess for certain applications it's probably very nice. Just my take...

And what about this:
Guaranteed full quality, full frame rate, full resolution playback at up to 1080i at 29.97 fps

At up to only 1080i at 29.97?

Steven Gotz July 15th, 2005 11:11 PM

Please keep in mind that this system does not edit HDV. It edits HD. There is a difference. They will release an HDV version eventually though.

Edward Borden August 3rd, 2005 04:15 PM

I wonder if Axio is really going to make it..... It seems late to market and only viable for a broadcast market where Avid and Bluefish/Premiere have already been doing business. I guess their main target will be their old digisuite customers. Matrox was doing so well with RTX100 and they just dropped it for Axio. There is a void now with Canopus dropping Premiere support for Edius - I think Matrox could have really stepped up to the plate, but they dropped the ball. With all that R&D I'm sure they did to bring this to market, I hope they know what they're doing.

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