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Matrox offers high definition with new video capture board

Matrox Imaging : 09 May, 2007  (New Product)
Matrox Imaging has introduced the Matrox Vio Analog card to deliver superior quality and image definition to the simulation, training and medical imaging markets.
'For the simulation and training markets in particular, the Matrox Vio Analog offers a cost effective solution for high resolution display capture', explains Dwayne Crawford, product manager at Matrox Imaging.

'Visible light modalities in medical imaging are able to push beyond traditional NTSC/PAL and take advantage of leading edge high definition video technology'.

The Matrox Vio Analog is a single platform capture card that supports analog HD/SD input and output.

Some of its key features include low latency video output (synchronised to the video input), 128 MB on-board memory, support for 20-bit video, automatic detection of the video source, and graphics overlay composition.

The Matrox Vio Analog uses a x4 PCI Express (PCIe) host interface, enabling it to stream high definition video to the host PC for archiving or from the host PC for playback.

Software development kits, available separately, provide support for Microsoft Windows XP.

An SDK for Linux will be available at a later date.
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