A 4K video monitoring card will be heading up a raft of video hardware on show on Stand J19.
Users of Adobe’s Creative Cloud are the target for the Matrox Mojito 4K. This quad 3G-SDI, 4K video card is for use with Adobe’s professional video editing tools on Windows platforms, allowing users to ingest, edit, render and export in full 4K. The card comes with optimised Adobe Mercury Transmit plug-ins for Premiere Pro and SpeedGrade and WYSIWYG support for After Effects and Photoshop.
It provides 10-bit H.264 intra-frame rendering and enables real time monitoring and output of video footage at resolutions including 4K (4096 x 2160), QFHD (3840 x 2160), 2K(2048 x 1080), HD and SD. Frame rates up to 60fps 60 are supported, even at 4K resolution.
The single ¾-length PCIe card with five full-size BNC connectors directly on the card bracket also supports up to 16 channels of SDI embedded audio.
Unlike professional broadcast monitors that accurately display your video in full resolutions and with proper colour representation, computer monitors don’t have the ability to show every pixel, nor can the system GPU account for colour space conversions.
Matrox said the Mojito 4K provides an editing and monitoring solution that supports true 4Kp60, letting you know that what you see is what you will be delivering.
Also on display from Matrox will be the MicroQuad multiviewer, the Convert DVI Plus HD-SDI scan converter and the MC-100 dual-SDI to HDMI mini converter.