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Matrox MXO 2 LE with MAX
Matrox MXO 2 LE with MAX

Product Overview
The Matrox MXO 2 LE provides all the features of a high-quality I/O capture card and a breakout box with professional audio and video connectivity. The Matrox MAX option adds faster than realtime H.264 file encoding to speed your deliveries to Blu-ray, the web, and mobile devices. It is MacBook Pro, Mac Pro, and Apple Xserve compatible, fits in your laptop bag or equipment bag, and weighs under 3 lbs.
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  • Works with Intel-based MacBook Pros, Mac Pros, and Apple Xserve systems
  • Lightweight less than 3 lbs.
  • Fits in your laptop bag 9" x 9" x 2" (235mm x 241mm x 51mm)
  • HD/SD SDI, HD/SD analog component, Y/C, and composite inputs and outputs
  • Genlock SD analog black burst (bi-level) or HD tri-level sync
  • HDMI input, output, and monitoring with calibration controls including blue-only
  • 10-bit realtime hardware up/down/cross conversion
  • Up to five user selectable simultaneous video outputs HD and/or SD on HDMI, SDI, and analog
  • Professional audio inputs and outputs with 5.1 surround sound monitoring
  • RS-422 machine control for frame-accurate capture and print-to-tape
  • Captures to a variety of codecs Apple ProRes 422 HQ, 10-bit uncompressed HD, and many more
  • Supports file-based workflows XDCAM, XDCAM HD, XDCAM EX, P2, P2HD
  • Works with Final Cut Pro, Apple Color, Adobe After Effects and Premiere Pro, and many more

    Kit includes:
    Matrox MXO2 LE with MAX Input/Output Device
    Matrox MXO2 LE PCIe host adapter
    Matrox MXO2 ExpressCard/34 Adapter for use with Laptops
    Matrox MXO2 LE PCIe cable 3' (1 meter)
    Matrox MXO2 LE external power supply
    Matrox MXO2 LE IEC-C13 Power Cord

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