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Matrox extends 6100 Series

Matrox extends 6100 Series

Matrox extends 6100 Series

The Maevex 6152 quad 4K decoder includes HDCP support to decode and display multiple streams of protected content

The Matrox Maevex 6152 quad 4K decoder is built on the same core technology as the 6100 encoders and decodes up to four 4K streams – or many more lower-resolution streams – across up to four 4K displays from a single, standalone application. The Maevex 6152 also includes HDCP support to decode and display multiple streams of protected content. In addition, the Maevex encoder and decoder pairing is said to offer high-quality, low-latency streaming, while the Maevex 6152 can be combined with third-party encoders to create new or upgrade existing end-to-end systems.

The 1U, ½-rack Maevex 6152 offers HDCP support, decoding HDCP content from a variety of sources including external Blu-ray players, set-top boxes and streaming video devices. It also includes preset layouts providing users with the flexibility to target up to eight streams on a single screen. As with all other 6100 series products, the Maevex 6152 includes the Maevex PowerStream Plus AV-over-IP software management tool which provides control over the entire Maevex network from a single or multiple locations. PowerStream Plus provides users with an assortment of drag-and-drop stream and layout selection options, along with available previews for decoder output configurations. The PowerStream Plus API for Windows, Linux and lower-level REST API are available for integrators looking to create personalised Maevex control applications.

In other news, Matrox has updated its Imaging Library (MIL) X software. New features include the training of deep neural networks for image-oriented classification; coarse segmentation using image-oriented classification based on deep learning; a revamped plus augmented 3D display, processing and analysis offer; and support for HDR imaging. A companion update also introduces enhancements to the MIL CoPilot interactive environment including support for training a deep neural network.



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