Matrox Electronic Systems Ltd. - View From The Top 2016
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Over the past decade, streaming has rapidly transformed from a non-existent technology to an integral part of almost every industry imaginable. For the past 40 years, Matrox has been in the business of moving pixels, putting us in a unique vantage point to predict where streaming is headed next.
A wealth of rich content
With content being produced at the highest quality and quantity, the bottleneck is no longer found with the producers but with the total available viewer attention. This wealth of content has placed a huge amount of control in the hands of the streaming consumer. Widespread distribution of streaming content to virtually any device further empowers the viewer, to the point where streaming is expected in every potential situation, be it entertainment, education, worship, or communications in general.
While streams have opened up a world of broader content distribution, a single stream experience still doesn’t match what a live attendee can see or do. The ability to provide multi-source streams is the next evolution of streaming, allowing all participants—attending in person or remotely—the opportunity for similar experiences. The ability to view content from multiple cameras or sources puts even more choice in the hands of the audience.
Focus on streaming and recording
With control and experiential streaming in mind, the Matrox Monarch LCS was launched at NAB 2016. Accepting video from any SDI or HDMI camera and AV content from computers over HDMI, the Monarch LCS allows a complete streaming experience, with the dual inputs encoding or recording independently and syncing video for use with the latest multi-stream video players.
Easy to set up and integrate into any open Video (VMS) or Lecture Management System (LMS), once the versatile H.264 encoding Monarch LCS is configured, it can be operated by anyone at the push of a button. And it won’t break your budget!
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