Matrox_MicroQuad_User_Guide
Matrox MicroQuad
User Guide
August 29, 2012
Y11204-301-0100
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A. Matrox software/firmware license agreement
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C. End-user registration
Before using your Matrox MicroQuad product, please take a moment to register your product in the Matrox
MicroQuad Support section of our web site at www.matrox.com/video/support. The information you
provide will assist Matrox to quickly diagnose and correct any problem that might arise when using the
product. Only registered end users are entitled to customer support.
D. Hardware limited warranty
MATROX WARRANTS TO YOU, THE ORIGINAL PURCHASER, WHO PROVIDES AN ADEQUATE
PROOF OF PURCHASE, THAT THE MATROX MICROQUAD HARDWARE PRODUCTS WILL BE
FREE FROM FACTORY DEFECTS FOR A PERIOD OF THREE (3) YEARS FROM THE DATE OF
PURCHASE. MATROX WILL REPAIR OR REPLACE, AT THE CHOICE OF MATROX, THE
MATROX MICROQUAD HARDWARE PRODUCTS WHICH PROVE TO BE DEFECTIVE DURING
THE WARRANTY PERIOD, PROVIDED THAT THEY ARE RETURNED TO MATROX, SUBJECT TO
THE FOLLOWING LIMITATIONS:
Matrox's limited warranty covers only those defects which arise as a result of normal use of the hardware
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incompatibilities due to the user's hardware or software applications with or in which the Matrox
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unauthorized modification or misuse;
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improper site preparation or maintenance;
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software;
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other causes that do not relate to a product defect;
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defects or damage suffered as a result of force majeure (including theft);
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defects or damage suffered as a result of normal wear and tear, and/or
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stolen goods.
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such claim alleges that Matrox was negligent regarding the design or manufacture of the Licensed
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J. Procedure for returning goods
No returned goods, for service or otherwise, will be accepted without prior authorization from Matrox. To
obtain return authorization, contact Matrox MicroQuad Customer Support (see the contact information at
www.matrox.com/video/support). Once approved, Matrox will contact You with your Returned
Merchandise Authorization (RMA) number. Matrox cannot be responsible for units returned without an
RMA number. Matrox will advise You of the shipping address. The packaging must indicate the RMA
number on the outside. It is strongly recommended that a copy of the original packing slip which states the
serial number of the items you're returning be included with the returned merchandise. This will speed up
processing.
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must authorize the number of units grouped under one RMA number. Any units received without prior
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freight for warranty units to your location.
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Contents
Chapter 1
Introduction
Welcome to Matrox MicroQuad ........................................................... 2
Matrox MicroQuad requirements ......................................................... 2
Installing your Matrox MicroQuad software ......................................... 2
Matrox MicroQuad Development Library ............................................. 3
Last-minute information ....................................................................... 3
Chapter 2
Connecting External Devices to Matrox MicroQuad
Available Matrox MicroQuad connections............................................ 6
Powering Matrox MicroQuad ............................................................... 6
Matrox MicroQuad operating safety feature............................................... 6
Matrox MicroQuad power supply and adapter plugs ................................. 6
Connecting input and output devices................................................... 8
Chapter 3
Using Your Matrox MicroQuad
Overview.............................................................................................. 10
Understanding the Matrox MicroQuad status LEDs............................ 10
Matrox MicroQuad input channels ...................................................... 10
Matrox MicroQuad’s synchronized inputs ................................................. 12
HDMI output display ............................................................................ 12
Quadrant view and full screen view ........................................................... 12
Selecting the audio channel pairs to output............................................... 12
Monitoring audio levels.............................................................................. 13
Using the Matrox MicroQuad buttons ................................................. 14
Setting the Matrox MicroQuad DIP switches ...................................... 15
Using the Matrox MicroQuad Remote Control Panel .......................... 17
Using the Matrox MicroQuad keyboard shortcuts .................................... 20
Supported SDI input and HDMI output formats ................................... 21
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Appendix A
Matrox MicroQuad Specifications
Matrox MicroQuad specifications .......................................................24
General .....................................................................................................24
Environmental specifications .....................................................................25
Appendix B
Matrox Customer Support
How to get Matrox customer support ................................................28
Registration ...............................................................................................28
Keep up to date with our website .............................................................28
Contacting us ............................................................................................28
Index .......................................................................................... 29
Contents
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Introduction
This chapter lists the Matrox
MicroQuad requirements and
explains how to install your
Matrox MicroQuad software.
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Welcome to Matrox MicroQuad
Matrox MicroQuad is an SDI to HDMI multiviewer that allows you to monitor
up to four SDI (3G, HD, or SD) inputs on an HDMI display. You can view each
of the four SDI inputs in full screen independently or together through a quadrant
view on an HDMI display. Matrox MicroQuad does not require a computer, and
has three buttons on the unit for switching between full screen view and quadrant
view. The Matrox MicroQuad unit has predefined DIP switches and a Mini USB
port that can be used to control the Matrox MicroQuad unit remotely.
Matrox MicroQuad requirements
Matrox MicroQuad requires the following:
• An HDMI display device for viewing the SDI inputs.
• To use the optional Matrox MicroQuad Remote Control Panel, you will need
a computer with the following:
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Microsoft Windows 7 (32-bit or 64-bit) with Service Pack 1, or Microsoft
Windows XP (32-bit) with Service Pack 3.
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A USB port and a third-party USB cable to connect Matrox MicroQuad to
your computer. If your computer does not have a USB port, or if it has a
different type of USB port, you can use a compatible USB adapter/cable.
Installing your Matrox MicroQuad software
Matrox MicroQuad has a Remote Control Panel that can be installed on your
Windows system for controlling the Matrox MicroQuad unit remotely. To
download and install the latest version of the Matrox MicroQuad software
(MicroQuadUtils), visit the Downloads section of our website at
www.matrox.com/video/support.
Remarks
• You must download and run Matrox MicroQuadUtils on a Windows system.
Matrox MicroQuadUtils does not support Mac OS systems.
• To uninstall your Matrox MicroQuad software, choose Start > All
Programs > Matrox MicroQuadUtils > Uninstall Matrox
MicroQuadUtils.
Chapter 1, Introduction
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Matrox MicroQuad Development Library
Matrox MicroQuad provides a development library (MveTetraLibrary) that
contains programming information (in .h, .dll, and .lib files) for Matrox
MicroQuad so that you can integrate the functions of the MicroQuad interface
within your own application. All the functions needed to control the Matrox
MicroQuad unit are provided in MveTetraLibrary. To download the latest version
of MveTetraLibrary, visit the Downloads section of our website at
www.matrox.com/video/support.
Last-minute information
Any important information that wasn’t available for inclusion in this manual by
publication time is provided to you in the Matrox MicroQuad Release Notes.
Matrox MicroQuad Development Library
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Your notes
Chapter 1, Introduction
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Connecting External Devices to Matrox
MicroQuad
This chapter shows how to
supply power and connect
external devices to Matrox
MicroQuad.
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Available Matrox MicroQuad connections
Matrox MicroQuad provides the following inputs and outputs for connecting
external devices:
• Four BNC SDI input connectors with up to 16 channels of embedded audio
per connector.
• One HDMI output connector with up to eight channels of embedded audio.
Powering Matrox MicroQuad
You can supply power to Matrox MicroQuad using an AC outlet via the Matrox
external power supply cable. To turn Matrox MicroQuad off, unplug the Matrox
external power supply cable from the AC outlet.
¦ Note For a secure power connection, use the locking connector supplied on the
power supply cable to fasten it to Matrox MicroQuad.
Matrox MicroQuad operating safety feature
Matrox MicroQuad has an operating safety feature that will cause all four
SDI LEDs to flash red as a warning when the Matrox MicroQuad unit exceeds
normal operating temperature. If all four SDI LEDs flash red, unplug the external
power supply cable from the AC outlet, and wait a few minutes for the Matrox
MicroQuad unit to cool before reconnecting the power supply cable back into the
AC outlet.
Matrox MicroQuad power supply and adapter
plugs
Matrox MicroQuad provides an external power supply cable with international
adapter plugs for use in different regions:
• To remove an adapter plug from the power adapter, hold down the button on
the adapter plug, and then slide the adapter plug up until it releases from the
power adapter.
• To insert an adapter plug into the power adapter, ensure that the adapter plug
is properly aligned with the corresponding slot on the power adapter, and
then slide the adapter plug down into the power adapter until it locks into
place.
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Removing/inserting adapter plug
1
Adapter
plug
0
Power
adapter
Removing an adapter plug
Inserting an adapter plug
Powering Matrox MicroQuad
To AC
outlet
Power supply
cable
Fasten the power
supply cable to Matrox
MicroQuad using the
locking connector.
Matrox MicroQuad
Powering Matrox MicroQuad
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Connecting input and output devices
The Matrox MicroQuad unit supports four SDI input sources via four BNC input
connectors and one HDMI output device via an HDMI output connector. For a
list of the supported input and output formats, see “Supported SDI input and
HDMI output formats” on page 21.
¡ Important If you are connecting more than one input source to Matrox
MicroQuad, the input sources must have the same video format.
Matrox MicroQuad connections and buttons
To SDI input
sources
Power
(see “Powering Matrox
MicroQuad” on page 6)
Matrox
MicroQuad
Infrared sensor (not used)
Mini USB Type B port
(see “Using the Matrox
MicroQuad Remote Control
Panel” on page 17)
Matrox MicroQuad
buttons (see “Using
the Matrox
MicroQuad buttons”
on page 14)
Matrox
MicroQuad
To HDMI
output device
To SDI input
sources
Chapter 2, Connecting External Devices to Matrox MicroQuad
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Using Your Matrox MicroQuad
This chapter explains how to
use your Matrox MicroQuad to
monitor video and audio.
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Overview
Matrox MicroQuad is operated using the Matrox MicroQuad buttons located on
the unit (see “Using the Matrox MicroQuad buttons” on page 14) or using the
Matrox MicroQuad Remote Control Panel (see “Using the Matrox MicroQuad
Remote Control Panel” on page 17). Matrox MicroQuad also features status
LEDs (see “Understanding the Matrox MicroQuad status LEDs”), and DIP
switches for performing various functions (see “Setting the Matrox MicroQuad
DIP switches” on page 15”).
Understanding the Matrox MicroQuad status
LEDs
Matrox MicroQuad features the following status LEDs:
• SDI 1, SDI 2, SDI 3, and SDI 4
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Green
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Red
The input source is connected.
The input source is not connected.
• Power The LED is green when power is supplied to Matrox MicroQuad
and the hardware is functioning properly.
¦ Note If the Matrox MicroQuad unit exceeds normal operating temperature, all
four SDI LEDs will flash red as a warning. For more information see “Matrox
MicroQuad operating safety feature” on page 6.
Matrox MicroQuad input channels
Matrox MicroQuad supports four input channels that correspond to the SDI input
connectors (SDI 1 to SDI 4). The SDI input connector number and the input
channel number correspond. For example, SDI input connector 1 (SDI 1)
corresponds to input channel 1 and SDI input connector 4 (SDI 4) corresponds to
input channel 4. If DIP switch 2 is OFF on the Matrox MicroQuad unit (see
“Setting the Matrox MicroQuad DIP switches” on page 15) or Hide HDMI
labels in the DIP Switch Settings of the Matrox MicroQuad Remote Control
Panel is not selected (see “Using the Matrox MicroQuad Remote Control Panel”
on page 17), the HDMI labels that appear on the HDMI output will correspond to
the input channel numbers. In the following examples, SDI input connector 1
(SDI 1) corresponds to CAM 1 (input channel 1) and SDI input connector 4
(SDI 4) corresponds to CAM 4 (input channel 4).
You can also show the VU meters for each input channel. For more information
on VU meters, see “Monitoring audio levels” on page 13.
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Matrox MicroQuad quadrant view
¦ Note If the resolution and frame rate on all SDI input sources do not match,
only SDI input channel 1 (SDI 1) will be displayed while the other channels will
appear black.
Matrox MicroQuad full screen view
Matrox MicroQuad input channels
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Matrox MicroQuad’s synchronized inputs
Matrox MicroQuad synchronizes the video and audio on the HDMI output to
SDI input channel 1 (SDI 1). This ensures that when the HDMI display is in
quadrant view, all four video outputs are synchronized, thereby eliminating
artifacts and video tearing.
¦ Note If nothing is connected to SDI input channel 1 (SDI 1), then Matrox
MicroQuad automatically synchronizes the HDMI output to the next available
valid SDI input channel.
HDMI output display
Matrox MicroQuad outputs the video and audio from the SDI inputs to an HDMI
display device. The video output can be displayed either in quadrant view or in
full screen view, and you can select the audio channel pairs to be output.
Quadrant view and full screen view
Matrox MicroQuad allows you to monitor up to four SDI input sources at the
same time in quadrant view (see figure “Matrox MicroQuad quadrant view” on
page 11), or view a selected SDI input source in full screen view on the HDMI
display device (see figure “Matrox MicroQuad full screen view” on page 11).
The quadrant view is the default view when you first supply power to Matrox
MicroQuad. A red selection box can be used in quadrant view to indicate which
video input will be viewed in full screen view when selected. You can show or
hide the red selection box using the DIP switch settings on the Matrox
MicroQuad unit (see “Setting the Matrox MicroQuad DIP switches” on page 15)
or the Matrox MicroQuad Remote Control Panel (see “Using the Matrox
MicroQuad Remote Control Panel” on page 17).
To switch from quadrant view to full screen view, to move from one input source
to the next, or to select a video input to view in full screen, see “Using the Matrox
MicroQuad buttons” on page 14 or “Using the Matrox MicroQuad Remote
Control Panel” on page 17.
Selecting the audio channel pairs to output
Matrox MicroQuad allows you to select up to four audio channel pairs (from
audio channels 1 to 8) to output to the HDMI display device. To do this, you must
use the Matrox MicroQuad Remote Control Panel (see “Using the Matrox
MicroQuad Remote Control Panel” on page 17). If you do not indicate which
audio pairs to output, audio channels 1 to 8 will be output by default. Audio is
output for the currently selected input source, or you can lock the audio output to
input channel 1 (SDI 1) using the DIP switches (see “Setting the Matrox
MicroQuad DIP switches” on page 15) or using the Matrox MicroQuad Remote
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Control Panel (see “Using the Matrox MicroQuad Remote Control Panel” on
page 17).
Monitoring audio levels
You can monitor the audio levels of your input sources through VU meters by
setting the DIP switch setting accordingly on the Matrox MicroQuad unit (see
“Setting the Matrox MicroQuad DIP switches” on page 15) or in the Matrox
MicroQuad Remote Control Panel (see “Using the Matrox MicroQuad Remote
Control Panel” on page 17).
Vertical colored bars indicate the input level. As the audio source is played, the
color of the input level is green at or below -18 dBFS, yellow between -17 to
-9 dBFS, and red above -8 dBFS. Gray boxes indicate that no audio is present. If
needed, adjust the audio level on your input source device to keep the average
input level between -60 and -18 dBFS. To select the audio input pair that you
would like to monitor, see “Using the Matrox MicroQuad Remote Control Panel”
on page 17. By default, input pair 1-2 will be displayed on the VU meters.
Matrox MicroQuad VU meters
Red zone from
0 to -8 dBFS.
Yellow zone from
-9 to -17 dBFS.
Green zone from
-18 to -60 dBFS.
Gray boxes
indicate that no
audio is present.
¦ Note In quadrant view, audio is output only for the currently selected input
source. However, the VU meters will display the audio levels for each of your
input sources.
HDMI output display
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Using the Matrox MicroQuad buttons
The Matrox MicroQuad buttons are used to switch from quadrant view to full
screen view and to cycle through the input sources on the HDMI display of
Matrox MicroQuad.
•
(Cycle buttons) Use these buttons to move from one input
+ and
source to the next when in quadrant view, or to cycle through the different
video inputs when in full screen view.
•
(Select button) Use this button to select the video input to view in full
screen view when in quadrant view, or to toggle between full screen view
and quadrant view.
Instead of using the Matrox MicroQuad buttons, you can use the Matrox
MicroQuad Remote Control Panel to switch from quadrant view to full screen
view and to cycle through the input sources on the HDMI display (see “Using the
Matrox MicroQuad Remote Control Panel” on page 17).
Remarks
• You can lock the Matrox MicroQuad buttons by setting DIP switch 1
accordingly on the Matrox MicroQuad unit (see “Setting the Matrox
MicroQuad DIP switches” on page 15).
• If the resolution and frame rate on all SDI input sources do not match, only
SDI input channel 1 (SDI 1) will be displayed while the other channels will
appear black.
• Switching between quadrant view and full screen view, or switching from
one input source to another is done without signal interruption.
• If you want to select the audio channels for the VU meters and HDMI
output, you must use the Matrox MicroQuad Remote Control Panel (see
“Using the Matrox MicroQuad Remote Control Panel” on page 17).
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Setting the Matrox MicroQuad DIP switches
Matrox MicroQuad features DIP switches on the side of the unit for locking the
Matrox MicroQuad buttons, hiding the HDMI labels, hiding the red selection
box, hiding the VU meters, locking the audio to input channel 1 (SDI 1), and for
indicating whether or not your video inputs are PsF. A DIP switch is ON when
the switch is down, and OFF when it is up.
Instead of using the DIP switches, you can set some of the DIP switch actions
using the Matrox MicroQuad Remote Control Panel (see “Using the Matrox
MicroQuad Remote Control Panel” on page 17).
Matrox MicroQuad DIP switches
OFF
ON
Matrox
MicroQuad
• DIP switch 1 When ON, the Matrox MicroQuad buttons are locked and
will not function.
• DIP switch 2 When ON, the HDMI labels are hidden. When OFF, the
HDMI labels are visible in order to identify the video input channel in
quadrant view (see figure “Matrox MicroQuad quadrant view” on page 11)
and full screen view (see figure “Matrox MicroQuad full screen view” on
page 11).
• DIP switch 3 When ON, the red selection box is hidden. When OFF, the
red selection box is visible in quadrant view to indicate which video input
will be viewed in full screen view (see figure “Matrox MicroQuad quadrant
view” on page 11).
¦ Note If the red selection box is hidden, you can still select which video input
to view in full screen view.
Setting the Matrox MicroQuad DIP switches
16
• DIP switch 4 When ON, the VU meters are hidden. When OFF, the VU
meters are displayed to allow you to monitor the audio levels of your input
sources. For more information on monitoring the audio levels, see
“Monitoring audio levels” on page 13.
• DIP switch 5 When ON, the audio output to the HDMI display device is
locked to input channel 1 (SDI 1). Even if locked, the audio channels
selected will be output, but the audio will correspond to input channel 1.
When OFF, the audio corresponds to the currently selected input source in
quadrant or full screen view.
Remarks
$
If nothing is connected to SDI input channel 1 (SDI 1) when DIP switch 5
is ON, then no audio is output to the HDMI display device.
$
If you lock the audio to input channel 1 (SDI 1), but you do not indicate
which audio pairs to output using the Matrox MicroQuad Remote Control
Panel (see “Using the Matrox MicroQuad Remote Control Panel” on
page 17), audio channels 1 to 8 are output by default.
• DIP switch 6 Turn the switch ON when your video inputs are PsF. Turn it
OFF when your video inputs are progressive or interlaced.
• DIP switches 7 and 8
Not used.
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Using the Matrox MicroQuad Remote Control
Panel
Matrox MicroQuad has an optional Remote Control Panel for controlling the
Matrox MicroQuad unit remotely. To install the Matrox MicroQuad Remote
Control Panel, see “Installing your Matrox MicroQuad software” on page 2. The
Matrox MicroQuad Remote Control Panel is accessed through the Mini USB
Type B port on the Matrox MicroQuad unit, and lets you control many functions
on the Matrox MicroQuad unit, such as to switch from quadrant view to full
screen view, select the audio channels for the VU meters and HDMI output, and
lock the audio to input channel 1 (SDI 1).
Instead of using the Matrox MicroQuad Remote Control Panel to perform certain
functions, you can use the Matrox MicroQuad buttons and the DIP switches on
the Matrox MicroQuad unit (see “Using the Matrox MicroQuad buttons” on
page 14 and “Setting the Matrox MicroQuad DIP switches” on page 15).
¦ Note To indicate whether or not your video input sources are PsF, you must
use the DIP switches on the Matrox MicroQuad unit (see “Setting the Matrox
MicroQuad DIP switches” on page 15).
° To use the Matrox MicroQuad Remote Control Panel:
1 Make sure that power is supplied to the Matrox MicroQuad unit (see
“Powering Matrox MicroQuad” on page 6), and that you have an HDMI
output display device and at least one SDI input source connected to the
Matrox MicroQuad unit (see “Connecting input and output devices” on
page 8).
2 Connect a third-party USB cable from Matrox MicroQuad’s USB port to
your computer’s USB port.
¦ Note If your computer does not have a USB port, or if it has a different type
of USB port, you can use a compatible USB adapter/cable.
Using the Matrox MicroQuad Remote Control Panel
18
The Matrox MicroQuad Remote Control Panel appears on your computer
monitor.
¦ Note When you first access the Matrox MicroQuad Remote Control Panel,
the DIP switch settings on the Matrox MicroQuad unit for hiding the HDMI
labels, hiding the red selection box, hiding the VU meters, and locking the
audio to input channel 1 (DIP switches 2, 3, 4, and 5, respectively) are reflected
in the Matrox MicroQuad Remote Control Panel. (For more information on
DIP switches, see “Setting the Matrox MicroQuad DIP switches” on page 15.)
If you change these settings in the Matrox MicroQuad Remote Control Panel,
these settings will override the DIP switch settings. To reset the DIP switch
settings on the Matrox MicroQuad unit to reflect their actual settings, unplug
and reconnect the power cable (see “Powering Matrox MicroQuad” on
page 6).
Chapter 3, Using Your Matrox MicroQuad
19
3 Under Full Screen View or Quadrant View, click Input 1, Input 2,
Input 3, or Input 4 to display an input source in full screen view, or select
an input source in quadrant view on your HDMI output display device. For
information on full screen view and quadrant view, see “HDMI output
display” on page 12.
Alternatively, you can select an input source in full screen or quadrant view
using keyboard shortcuts (see “Using the Matrox MicroQuad keyboard
shortcuts” on page 20) or the Matrox MicroQuad buttons (see “Using the
Matrox MicroQuad buttons” on page 14).
Remarks
$
If the resolution and frame rate on all SDI input sources do not match,
only SDI input channel 1 (SDI 1) will be displayed while the other
channels will appear black.
$
Switching between quadrant view and full screen view, or switching from
one input source to another is done without signal interruption.
4 Under HDMI Labels, you can customize the labels that appear on the HDMI
display device. Enter or select the HDMI label that you would like for each
input in the Label input 1, Label input 2, Label input 3, and/or Label
input 4 boxes. The Matrox MicroQuad Remote Control Panel will retain the
last five HDMI labels that were entered so that you can re-use your most
common labels.
Remarks
$
The HDMI labels are limited to ten characters.
$
If you disconnect the USB cable from the Matrox MicroQuad unit, the
unit will display the current HDMI labels.
$
If you unplug the power cable from the Matrox MicroQuad unit, the next
time you reconnect the power cable, the unit will revert the labels on the
HDMI display back to the factory default settings.
5 Under VU Meter and Output Audio Channel Selection, select the audio
input channels that you would like to monitor on the VU meters and output
to the HDMI display device. If you select 1-2, 3-4, 5-6, or 7-8, the selected
audio input pair will be displayed on the VU meters and output to the HDMI
display device. If you select 1 to 8, audio input channels 1 to 8 will be
output to the HDMI display device and only audio input pair 1-2 will be
displayed on the VU meters. For more information about monitoring audio
levels, see “Monitoring audio levels” on page 13.
¦ Note If you do not indicate which audio pairs to output, audio input
channels 1 to 8 will be output by default and audio input pair 1-2 will be
displayed on the VU meters.
Using the Matrox MicroQuad Remote Control Panel
20
6 Under DIP Switch Settings, select:
$
Hide HDMI labels if you do not want to display the HDMI labels of the
$
Hide selection box if you do not want the red selection box to appear
input sources on the HDMI output display device.
when viewing the input sources in quadrant view on the HDMI ouput
display device.
$
Hide VU meters if you do not want to display the VU meters of the input
sources on the HDMI output display device.
$
Lock audio to channel 1 to lock the audio output to the HDMI display
device to input channel 1 (SDI 1).
¦ Note If nothing is connected to SDI input channel 1 when you select Lock
audio to channel 1, then no audio will be output.
Using the Matrox MicroQuad keyboard
shortcuts
The Matrox MicroQuad Remote Control Panel allows you to use keyboard
shortcuts to display an input source in full screen view or select an input source in
quadrant view on your HDMI output display device.
Keyboard shortcuts
Full screen view
Input 1
CTRL+SHIFT+1
Input 2
CTRL+SHIFT+2
Input 3
CTRL+SHIFT+3
Input 4
CTRL+SHIFT+4
Quadrant view
Input 1
CTRL+SHIFT+5
Input 2
CTRL+SHIFT+6
Input 3
CTRL+SHIFT+7
Input 4
CTRL+SHIFT+8
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Supported SDI input and HDMI output formats
The HDMI output format corresponds to the SDI input format. For example, if
the input format is 1920×1080p at 60 fps, the output format will also be
1920×1080p at 60 fps.
¡ Important If you are connecting more than one input source to Matrox
MicroQuad, the input sources must have the same video format.
Matrox MicroQuad supports the following SDI input and HDMI output video
formats:
• NTSC
• PAL
• 1280×720p at 50, 59.94, and 60 fps
• 1920×1080i at 50, 59.94, and 60 fps
• 1920×1080PsF at 23.98, 24, 25, 29.97, and 30 fps
• 1920×1080p at 23.98, 24, 25, 29.97, 30, 50, 59.94, and 60 fps
Remarks
• Make sure that your HDMI monitor supports the SDI input format that you
are using. Otherwise, your HDMI monitor will not display an output.
• When using PsF video input formats, DIP switch 6 must be in the ON
position (see “Setting the Matrox MicroQuad DIP switches” on page 15).
• Dual-link input is only supported on 3G Level B as a single SDI connector.
Two SDI connectors cannot be used to create a dual-link input.
• 4:4:4 video input signals are not supported.
Supported SDI input and HDMI output formats
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Your notes
Chapter 3, Using Your Matrox MicroQuad
A
Matrox MicroQuad Specifications
This appendix provides
specifications for Matrox
MicroQuad.
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Matrox MicroQuad specifications
General
• Video formats
NTSC, PAL, 720p, 1080p/i/PsF
• Regulatory compliance
$
FCC Class B, CE Mark Class B, ACMA Class B
$
RoHS Directive 2002/95/EC
• Dimensions
$
Length
$
Width
118 mm (4.65 in)
125 mm (4.92 in)
$
Height
26 mm (1.02 in)
$
Weight
220 g (7 ¾ oz)
• External AC/DC adapter
$
Input: 100-240 VAC 50-60 Hz
$
Output: +5V DC, 3A max
$
Dimensions: L 78 mm × W 46 mm × H 36 mm (3.1 in × 1.8 in × 1.4 in)
• Total power consumption
12 watts
Video
• SDI input
$
Compliant with SMPTE 259M/292M/424M
$
SDI support of YUV 4:2:2 8-bit/10-bit
$
Automatic detection of input signal
$
16 channels of embedded audio
$
Four BNC SDI connectors (75 ), terminated
$
Belden 1694a cable length supported:
•
350 m (1148 ft) for SD
•
150 m (492 ft) for HD
•
50 m (164 ft) for 3G
• HDMI output
$
HDMI support of YUV 4:2:2
$
Eight channels of embedded audio
$
Standard Type A HDMI connector (19 pins)
Appendix A, Matrox MicroQuad Specifications
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Environmental specifications
• Minimum/maximum operating temperature: 0 to 40º C
• Minimum/maximum storage temperature: –40 to 75º C
• Maximum altitude for operation: 3,000 meters
• Maximum altitude for transport: 12,000 meters
• Operating humidity: 20 to 80% relative humidity (non-condensing)
• Storage humidity: 5 to 95% relative humidity (non-condensing)
Matrox MicroQuad specifications
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Your notes
Appendix A, Matrox MicroQuad Specifications
B
Matrox Customer Support
This appendix explains how
you can register your Matrox
MicroQuad and obtain
customer support.
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How to get Matrox customer support
If you have a problem that you’re unable to solve by referring to the
documentation for your Matrox product, please contact your Matrox
representative. He or she should be able to help you quickly correct any
installation or system configuration problem.
If your representative is unable to solve your problem, contact Matrox for further
information and assistance.
Registration
You can register your Matrox product in the Matrox Support section of our
website at www.matrox.com/video/support.
Only registered users are entitled to customer support, software updates, special
promotional offers, and access to our user forum.
Keep up to date with our website
In addition to registering your Matrox product, our website offers you
up-to-the-minute information about Matrox products and software updates. Be
sure to place our site in your favorites or bookmarks:
www.matrox.com/video/support.
Contacting us
Matrox is proud to offer worldwide customer support. Please use the contact
information for your Matrox product and area as provided on our website at
www.matrox.com/video/support.
Appendix B, Matrox Customer Support
Index
A
AC power to Matrox MicroQuad 6
Adapter plug connection 6
Audio channel pair selection 12, 19
Audio levels, monitoring 13, 19
B
BNC input connectors 8
Buttons on Matrox MicroQuad 14
C
Connections
AC power to Matrox MicroQuad 6
available on Matrox MicroQuad 6
input sources 8
output device 8
Customer support 28
D
Development library 3
DIP switches on Matrox MicroQuad 15
hiding HDMI labels 15
hiding the red selection box 15
hiding VU meters 16
indicating PsF video input 16
locking audio input channel 16
locking buttons 15
Displaying input in quadrant view 12, 19
Displaying source in full screen view 12, 19
E
Environmental specifications 25
F
Full screen view
displaying 12, 19
keyboard shortcuts 20
using the Matrox MicroQuad buttons 14
H
HDMI output
connection 8
displaying 12
labels 10, 19
specifications 24
synchronizing audio and video 12
Hiding
HDMI labels 15, 20
red selection box 15, 20
VU meters 16, 20
I
Indicating PsF video input 16
Inputs on Matrox MicroQuad
BNC 8
SDI 8
supported video formats 21
Internet site, Matrox 28
L
LEDs on Matrox MicroQuad 10
License agreement i
Locking the Matrox MicroQuad audio input channel
16, 20
Locking the Matrox MicroQuad buttons 15
M
Matrox
contacting us 28
WWW site 28
Matrox MicroQuad
AC power connection 6
AC/DC adapter specifications 24
adapter plug connection 6
audio channel pair selection 12, 19
available connections 6
buttons 14
development library 3
dimensions 24
DIP switches 15
displaying HDMI output 12
displaying input in quadrant view 12, 19
displaying source in full screen view 12, 19
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environmental specifications 25
features 2
flashing SDI LEDs 6
hiding HDMI labels 15, 20
hiding the red selection box 15, 20
hiding VU meters 16, 20
indicating PsF video input 16
input channels 10
installing software for 2
labelling HDMI output 19
LEDs 10
locking audio input channel 16, 20
locking buttons 15
monitoring audio levels 13
operating safety feature 6
power supply 6
regulatory compliance 24
Remote Control Panel
audio channel pair selection 19
DIP switch settings 18, 20
displaying input in quadrant view 19
displaying source in full screen view 19
installing 2
keyboard shortcuts 20
labelling HDMI output 19
locking audio input channel 20
user interface 18
using 17
requirements 2
specifications 24
supported video input and output formats 21
synchronizing audio and video 12
Matrox MicroQuadUtils, installing 2
MicroQuad
See Matrox MicroQuad
MveTetraLibrary 3
O
Operating safety feature of Matrox MicroQuad 6
Output on Matrox MicroQuad
audio channel pair selection 12, 19
HDMI connection 8
HDMI display 12
supported video formats 21
Index
P
Power, connecting
adapter plugs 6
to Matrox MicroQuad 6
PsF video input, indicating 16
Q
Quadrant view
displaying 12, 19
keyboard shortcuts 20
using the Matrox MicroQuad buttons 14
R
Registering your Matrox product 28
Regulatory compliance 24
Remote Control Panel
audio channel pair selection 19
DIP switch settings 18, 20
displaying input in quadrant view 19
displaying source in full screen view 19
installing 2
keyboard shortcuts 20
labelling HDMI output 19
user interface 18
using 17
Returning procedure iv
S
Safety feature when operating Matrox MicroQuad 6
SDI input
channels 10
connections 8
specifications 24
Service, returns iv
Software, installing 2
Specifications
AC/DC adapter 24
environmental 25
HDMI output 24
Matrox MicroQuad 24
SDI input 24
Supported video input and output formats 21
Synchronizing audio and video on HDMI output 12
System requirements 2
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T
Technical support 28
V
Video input and output formats supported 21
VU meters for monitoring audio levels 13, 19
W
Warranty i
WWW site, Matrox 28
Index
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Your notes
Index
Compliance Statements
USA
FCC Compliance Statement
Remark for the Matrox hardware products supported by this guide These devices have been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B
digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation.
This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference
to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment causes harmful interference to radio
or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the
following measures: • Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna • Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver • Connect the equipment into an outlet on
a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected • Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
WARNING Changes or modifications to this unit not expressly approved by the party responsible for the compliance could void the user’s authority to operate this
equipment. The use of shielded cables for connection of equipment and other peripherals to the card is required to meet FCC requirements.
Declaration of conformity of a Class B digital device according to the FCC rules
We, the Responsible Party Matrox, 625 State Route 3, Unit B, Plattsburgh, NY 12901-6530 • Telephone: (514) 822-6000 (ext. 2026) • Attention: Conformity Group
Declaration The Matrox hardware products supported by this guide comply with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1)
these devices may not cause harmful interference, and (2) these devices must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
Any question regarding this declaration should be forwarded to the above coordinates.
Canada
(English) Industry Canada Compliance Statement
Remark for the Matrox hardware products supported by this guide These digital devices do not exceed the Class B limits for radio noise emission from digital
apparatus devices set out in the Radio Interference Regulation of Industry Canada.
(Français) Conformité avec les exigences du ministère de l’Industrie Canada
Remarque sur les produits matériels Matrox couverts par ce guide Ces appareils numériques n’émettent aucun bruit radioélectrique dépassant les limites
applicables aux appareils numériques de Classe B prescrites dans le Règlement sur le brouillage radioélectrique édicté par Industrie Canada.
Japan
VCCI Compliance Statement
Remark for the Matrox hardware products supported by this guide These are Class B products based on the standard of the Voluntary Control Council
for Interference from Information Technology Equipment (VCCI). If these are used near a radio or television receiver in a domestic environment, they may cause radio
interference. Install and use the equipment according to instructions in the manual.
Europe
(English) European user’s information – Declaration of Conformity
Remark for the Matrox hardware products supported by this guide These devices comply with EC Directive 2006/95/EC for a Class B digital
device. They have been tested and found to comply with EN55022/CISPR22 and EN55024/CISPR24. In a domestic environment these products may cause radio
interference in which case the user may be required to take adequate measures.To meet EC requirements, shielded cables must be used to connect equipment and other
peripherals to the card. These products have been tested in a typical class B compliant host system. It is assumed that these products will also achieve compliance in any
class B compliant system.
(Français) Informations aux utilisateurs Européens – Déclaration de conformité
Remarque sur les produits matériels Matrox couverts par ce guide Ces unités sont conformes à la directive communautaire 2006/95/EC pour les unités
numériques de classe B. Les tests effectués ont prouvé qu’elles sont conformes aux normes EN55022/CISPR22 et EN55024/CISPR24. Le fonctionnement de ces produits
dans un environnement résidentiel peut causer des interférences radio, dans ce cas l’utilisateur peut être amené à prendre les mesures appropriées. Pour respecter les
impératifs communautaires, les câbles de connexion entre l’équipement ou autres périphériques et la carte doivent être blindés. Ces produits ont été testés dans un
système hôte typique compatible classe B. On suppose qu’ils présenteront la même compatibilité dans tout système compatible classe B.
(Deutsch) Information für europäische Anwender – Konformitätserklärung
Anmerkung für die Matrox Hardware-Produktunterstützung durch dieses Handbuch Diese Geräte entsprechen EC Direktive 2006/95/EC für ein digitales
Gerät Klasse B. Sie wurden getestet und entsprechen demnach EN55022/CISPR22 und EN55024/CISPR24. In einer Wohnumgebung können diese Produkte
Funkinterferenzen erzeugen, und der Benutzer kann genötigt sein, entsprechende Maßnahmen zu ergreifen. Um EG-Anforderungen zu entsprechen, müssen zum
Anschließen des ausrüstung und anderer Peripheriegeräte an die Karte abgeschirmte Kabel verwendet werden. Diese Produkt wurden in einem typischen, der Klasse B
entsprechenden, Host-System getestet. Es wird davon ausgegangen, daß diese Produkte auch in jedem Klasse B entsprechenden System entsprechend funktionieren.
(Italiano) Informazioni per gli utenti europei – Dichiarazione di conformità
Nota per i prodotti hardware Matrox supportati da questa guida Questi dispositivi sono conformi alla direttiva CEE 2006/95/EC relativamente ai dispositivi
digitali di Classe B. Sono stati provati e sono risultati conformi alle norme EN55022/CISPR22 e EN55024/CISPR24. In un ambiente domestico, questi prodotti possono
causare radiointerferenze, nel qual caso all’utente potrebbe venire richiesto di prendere le misure adeguate. Per soddisfare i requisiti CEE, l’apparecchiatura e le altre
periferiche vanno collegati alla scheda grafica con cavi schermati. Questi prodotti sono stati provati in un tipico sistema host conforme alla classe B. Inoltre, si dà per
scontato che questi prodotti acquisiranno la conformità in qualsiasi sistema conforme alla classe B.
(Español) Información para usuarios europeos – Declaración de conformidad
Observación referente a los productos de hardware de Matrox apoyados por este manual Estos dispositivos cumplen con la directiva de la CE 2006/95/EC
para dispositivos digitales de Clase B. Dichos dispositivos han sido sometidos a prueba y se ha comprobado que cumplen con las normas EN55022/CISPR22 y
EN55024/CISPR24. En entornos residenciales, estos productos pueden causar interferencias en las comunicaciones por radio; en tal caso el usuario deberá adoptar las
medidas adecuadas. Para satisfacer las disposiciones de la CE, deberán utilizarse cables apantallados para conectar el equipo y demás periféricos a la tarjeta. Estos productos han sido sometidos a prueba en un típico sistema anfitrión que responde a los requisitos de la clase B. Se supone que estos productos cumplirán también con las
normas en cualquier sistema que responda a los requisitos de la clase B.
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