Matrox Announces Endea Multi-channel Encode/Decode Platform for Developers at IBC2015

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OEMs are invited to explore a comprehensive video switching platform featuring high-density, low-bitrate, H.264 encoding up to 4K.

Matrox Endea OEM Reference Platform

Matrox Endea™ multi-channel encode/decode platform for developers

Matrox® Graphics Inc. today announced that its latest multi-channel encode/decode platform for developers will be presented at IBC2015 (Amsterdam, Sept. 11–15) on stand 7.B29. The Matrox Endea™ (Encoder and Decoder Appliance) OEM reference platform greatly facilitates the development of purpose-built encoders, decoders, transcoders and video switchers dramatically reducing R&D investment for designers of H.264 encoding and decoding applications.

“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,” said David Chiappini, vice president of 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.”

Endea functionality includes capture, encoding, streaming, recording, switching, video processing, special effects creation, decoding, transcoding, and display. OEMs can use Endea for applications such as video wall controllers, video extension products, video and matrix switchers, multiviewers, encoding appliances for streaming and/or recording, decoding appliances, and communications and collaboration appliances.

The Endea OEM reference platform offers advanced features including:

Encode/decode
-Simultaneous multi-stream encoding/decoding up to 4Kp60
-4:2:0, 4:2:2 and 4:4:4 8- and 10-bit sub-sampling
-Panasonic® AVC-Ultra and Sony® XAVC support
-CBR and VBR support
-Fully-programmable codec engine including GOP structure and frame management
-SDK with a full low level API to control every detail of the encoding process
-Low-latency encode and decode modes
-H.264 profiles from Baseline to High 10 Intra Profile up to Level 5.2

Video Processing
-Content-adaptive de-interlacing with anti-aliasing
-Multi-layer compositing, keying and blending

IP Protocols
-RTSP/RTP/RTCP, RTP, RTMP and MPEG-TS support
-Multicast, unicast and multi-unicast modes of operation

Input/output
-Design guidelines for HDMI, DisplayPort and HD/3G/6G/12G SDI

Matrox provides basic input/output options to ingest and/or display video, but also gives OEMs reference designs, engineering schematics, FPGA source code, low-level hardware and software development libraries, best practices implementations for building encoders and decoders, reference materials for designing zero-latency pass-through, and individualized support as needed.

Availablity
Matrox Endea is available now for qualified OEMs. Developers may obtain more information by emailing ibcoemtoolkit(at)matrox(dot)com.

About Matrox Graphics Inc.
Matrox Graphics is a global manufacturer of reliable, high-quality core technology, boards, appliances, and software. Backed by in-house design expertise and dedicated customer support, Matrox products deliver stellar capture, extension, distribution, and display. Engineering high-quality products since 1976, Matrox technology is trusted by professionals and partners worldwide. Matrox is a privately held company headquartered in Montreal, Canada. For more information, visit http://www.matrox.com/graphics.

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