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Productivity enhancing combination of Parhelia PCI & Parhelia AGP 8X, as well as image brilliance

Matrox VITE : 06 May, 2004  (New Product)
Digital video professionals, enthusiasts and hobbyists converged in the tens of thousands at the Las Vegas Convention Center for four days of seminars, workshops and product demonstrations at NAB 2004.
Digital video professionals, enthusiasts and hobbyists converged in the tens of thousands at the Las Vegas Convention Center for four days of seminars, workshops and product demonstrations at NAB 2004.

The Matrox booth was packed with loads of new technologies and attendees there to check them out. Matrox Graphics was busy demonstrating its latest Parhelia PCI 256 MB graphics card, running along side the Parhelia AGP 8X in a three display plus video output configuration. This set-up enabled Matrox to run Adobe Premiere Pro across two displays with realtime video output offered via a WYSIWYG video output plug-in, and Adobe Photoshop, or After Effects running in the third display.

The Matrox Parhelia HR 256 aroused curiosity and amazement in its ability to power high-resolution images, some as large as 170 MBs, on a beautiful 9.2 mega-pixel panel from ViewSonic. Users could zoom in on photos of beautiful models, desert scenery, diagnostic and satellite imagery, and due to Matrox's advanced technology in powering this panel's 200 pixel per inch density, never suffer quality loss.

Other products that generated significant interest included the Matrox Advanced Synchronization Module, featuring genlock support with Matrox graphics cards (officially unveiled at NAB) and the Matrox QID, a highly versatile quad output board designed specifically for digital signage.

Congratulations to Liliana Savulescu of Los Angeles, California who was the lucky winner of the Matrox Parhelia 128MB AGP 8X and Adobe Video Collection draw held at the show.
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