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New WYSIWYG plug-in is free download for Parhelia owners and provides productivity enhancing TV viewing

Matrox VITE : 22 May, 2006  (New Product)
Matrox Graphics Inc. today announced a new What-You-See-Is-What-You-Get plug-in for Matrox Parhelia, offering unique TV previewing capability for Adobe Photoshop 6.0 and 7.0. This free plug-in for Parhelia owners is available from the Matrox website and allows users to view Photoshop images on an NTSC or PAL video monitor, when in Parhelia's Dual-Display plus TV-output or single-display plus TV-output mode.
Matrox Graphics Inc. today announced a new What-You-See-Is-What-You-Get plug-in for Matrox Parhelia, offering unique TV previewing capability for Adobe Photoshop 6.0 and 7.0. This free plug-in for Parhelia owners is available from the Matrox website and allows users to view Photoshop images on an NTSC or PAL video monitor, when in Parhelia's Dual-Display plus TV-output or single-display plus TV-output mode.

'Matrox Parhelia and Adobe Photoshop users will be thrilled with this new WYSIWYG plug-in,' says Caroline Injoyan, video workstation product manager, Matrox Graphics Inc. 'It optimizes workflow when creating images and titles for video in Photoshop, allowing users to preview a project on a video monitor to check for visual artifacts, without the need to import it into another application.'

The WYSIWYG plug-in installs directly into Photoshop 6.0 and 7.0 and lets users preview images on a TV, either in source size, with the option to maintain aspect ratio, or stretched full-screen, in order to check for proper color temperature, safe title area and interlacing artifacts. Since Photoshop images are routinely incorporated into non-linear editing applications such as Adobe Premiere or Avid Xpress DV, or into compositing applications such as Adobe After Effects, the ability to view them on a TV, prior to importing and rendering, greatly enhances video workstation productivity.
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