Matrox MuraControl for Windows
Matrox's new video wall management software allows users to configure their video wall systems via Windows-based computers.

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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.

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