TOP
STORIES
 1 of 5
Enter Polycom’s Workplace of the Future
Polycom hosted Workplace of the Future event in New York City,…
 2 of 5
9 Ways the Corporate Meeting Room Evolved at InfoComm 2015
Unified communications and collaboration were hot tech trends on…
 3 of 5
19 Dealer-Friendly Difference Makers at InfoComm
Now that another InfoComm is in the books, here are a slew of…
 4 of 5
8 Eye-Popping Digital Sign­age Dis­plays at Info­Comm
Check out this round-up of digital displays that made us stop and…
 5 of 5
Editor’s Pick: 13 Best Products of InfoComm 2015
Product editor Bob Archer singles out the most innovative,…
Matrox MuraControl for Windows
Matrox's new video wall management software allows users to configure their video wall systems via Windows-based computers.

Article


Matrox's new MuraControl for Windows video wall software is exclusively designed to work with the company's line of MPX hardware solutions.
December 05, 2012 By CI Staff

Matrox is a Canadian manufacturer of graphic production solutions and not too long ago the company announced its new MuraControl for Windows software.

The Skinny: The Montreal-based company says the video wall management software allows users to configure, operate and manage their video walls locally or remotely.

The Specs: The software is engineered to run with the company’s Mura MPX Series output/input boards, and it sets up over standard TCP/IP networks. Matrox says the solution consists of window and source controls that let users create, save and edit layouts (presets) offline or in real time. Some of the software’s editing tools include positioning, scale, cione, crop, add overlay text, show picture-in-picture and the adjustment of z-order options, and the software comes with a permanent single-seat software license via a USB dongle. Matrox adds the software works with Windows 7, Windows XP and Server 2008 R2.

Solutions: Matrox’s MuraControl for Windows can be used with the company’s hardware for video walls that features as many as 56 HD inputs and 56 HD outputs.

Social Bookmark or Share This
  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • Digg
  • Del.icio.us
  • Yahoo! Bookmarks
  • Google Bookmarks
  • StumbleUpon
  • Technorati
  • Reddit
  • Windows Live
  • LinkedIn
  • Evernote
  • E-mail


  • Latest
  • Blogs
  • Photos
  • Resources



Recent comments

Craig, I probably spent 8 + hours of booth duty in front of the Surface Hub.  The end user feedback there…

Posted by RBonham on 2015 06 26 · commented on
'Microsoft Gets It Right at InfoComm 2015'.

I think the Key Note address was somewhat revealing on the subject of Big Data and our industry’s disposition.…

Posted by billmullin on 2015 06 25 · commented on
'Is WOW the Right Word? The Lack of Innovation at InfoComm 2015'.

Dan - all great points. I don’t think anyone would/should question your respect for the industry for…

Posted by Ernie Beck on 2015 06 25 · commented on
'Is WOW the Right Word? The Lack of Innovation at InfoComm 2015'.

We love this industry and our noble competitors keep us on our toes, always pushing us to serve our customers…

Posted by Mike Stead on 2015 06 24 · commented on
'Microsoft Partners with AV Integrators to Deploy Surface Hub [Updated]'.