Matrox Endea to Reduce R&D Investments for H.264 Application designers
FREMONT, CA: Matrox Graphics –a provider of software and hardware solutions for graphics, video and imaging applications– announces its latest multi-channel encode/decode platform for developers. The platform facilitates development of purpose-built encoders, decoders and video switchers minimizing R&D investment for designers of H.264 encoding and decoding applications.
The Matrox Endea (Encoder and Decoder Appliance) enables OEM partners to develop wide range of products on Matrox core technology for array of markets. It offers custom I/O options and flexible streaming and recording capabilities manipulating a mix of HD, 4K, capture, display, switching, encoding, decoding, scaling and support for 8- and 10-bit color in RGB and YUV.
The Endea OEM reference platform offers advanced features include simultaneous multi-stream encoding/decoding up to 4Kp60; CBR and VBR support; low latency encode and decode modes; Content-adaptive de-interlacing with anti-aliasing and Multicast, unicast and multi-unicast modes of operation.
“The Endea platform makes it easier for our OEM partners to develop a vast array of products built on Matrox core technology for a wide variety of markets,” says David Chiappini, VP, Research and Development, Matrox Graphics. “Our rich libraries provide deep control over product customization and come complete with sample code and dedicated OEM development support. We envision product engineers being able to produce highly specialized applications which can include custom I/O configurations mixed with the unique characteristics of our world-class codec and video processing engines using this highly evolved platform for development.”
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