Matrox MC-100 User Guide
Matrox MC-100
User Guide
November 6, 2012
Y11196-301-0110
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Contents
Chapter 1
Introduction
Welcome to Matrox MC-100 ................................................................ 2
Matrox MC-100 requirements..................................................................... 2
Updating your MC-100 hardware ......................................................... 2
Last-minute information ....................................................................... 3
Chapter 2
Connecting External Devices to Matrox MC-100
Available Matrox MC-100 connections ................................................. 6
Powering Matrox MC-100..................................................................... 6
Matrox MC-100 operating safety feature .................................................... 6
Matrox MC-100 power supply and adapter plugs....................................... 6
Connecting input and output devices................................................... 8
Chapter 3
Using Your Matrox MC-100 Hardware
Overview.............................................................................................. 10
Understanding the MC-100 status LEDs ............................................. 10
Using the MC-100 DIP switches ...........................................................11
MC-100 channel definitions ................................................................. 12
Amplifying input signals ....................................................................... 12
Time base correction and synchronization ......................................... 12
Loss-of-signal switcher ....................................................................... 13
Using the OSD buttons ........................................................................ 13
Accessing the OSD main menu ........................................................... 14
Specifying your input settings ............................................................. 15
Viewing input information .......................................................................... 16
Supported input formats............................................................................ 16
Specifying your output settings ........................................................... 17
Specifying your 3D settings ................................................................. 19
Using the MC-100 selection modes .................................................... 21
Saving option settings ........................................................................ 23
Resetting the DIP switches to factory defaults ......................................... 23
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Appendix A
Matrox MC-100 Supported Output Formats
Supported output formats when using input SDI 1 only ......................26
Supported output formats when using input SDI 2 only......................28
Supported output formats when using inputs SDI 1 and SDI 2 ...........30
Appendix B
Matrox MC-100 Specifications
Matrox MC-100 specifications ............................................................34
General .....................................................................................................34
Environmental specifications .....................................................................35
Appendix C
Matrox Customer Support
How to get Matrox customer support ................................................38
Registration ...............................................................................................38
Keep up to date with our website .............................................................38
Contacting us ............................................................................................38
Index .......................................................................................... 39
Contents
1
Introduction
This chapter lists the Matrox
MC-100 requirements, and
explains how to update the
MC-100 hardware.
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Welcome to Matrox MC-100
Matrox MC-100 is a dual SDI to HDMI mini converter that supports a wide
range of display resolutions through 3G, dual link, HD, and SD-SDI. The Matrox
MC-100 unit can be used as an HD-SDI switcher, a distribution amplifier, a
multiplexer, and a 3D processing unit. The Matrox MC-100 is configured using
an on-screen display (OSD) that is accessed by three buttons directly on the unit.
The Matrox MC-100 unit has predefined and user-defined DIP switches. In
addition, you can update MC-100’s firmware using a Mini USB cable.
Matrox MC-100 requirements
MC-100 is designed to work independently of a computer. However, you will
require the following:
• At least one SDI or HDMI display device for specifying the MC-100
settings.
• If using an HDMI display device, a good-quality HDMI cable for connecting
the HDMI display device to the HDMI output connector on the Matrox
MC-100 unit.
²Caution Using a low-quality HDMI cable can damage the HDMI connector
on the Matrox MC-100 unit.
• To perform the hardware update, you will a computer with the following:
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Microsoft Windows 7 (32-bit and 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 MC-100 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.
Updating your MC-100 hardware
Matrox MC-100 has a Mini USB Type B port that is used for updating the
hardware’s firmware and FPGA. In order to perform a hardware update for
MC-100, you must download and run the latest version of the Matrox MC
Updater on a Windows system. A third-party USB cable is also required for the
hardware update. To see if a new hardware update is available for your MC-100,
visit the Downloads section of our website at www.matrox.com/video/support.
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Note Although MC-100 is designed to work independently of a computer, you
must download and run the updater on a Windows system. The Matrox MC
Updater does not support Mac OS systems.
Chapter 1, Introduction
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° To update the MC-100 hardware:
1 Download the latest version of the Matrox MC Updater on a Windows
system.
2 Disconnect all SDI and HDMI cables from MC-100.
3 Power your MC-100 (see “Powering Matrox MC-100” on page 6), and then
connect a third-party USB cable from MC-100’s USB port to your
computer’s USB port.
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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.
4 Run the Matrox MC Updater.
5 If an update is required for your MC-100 firmware and/or FPGA, the
Update button will be active in the Matrox MC Updater window. If the
MC-100 hardware is up to date, but you wish to force a hardware update,
select Force update. Click Update to begin the MC-100 update.
¡ Important To avoid damaging the MC-100 hardware, do not turn off your
computer, remove power from MC-100, or disconnect it from your computer
during the hardware update.
6 When prompted by the updater, disconnect and then reconnect the MC-100
power supply cable to complete the firmware update.
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 MC-100 Release Notes.
Last-minute information
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Your notes
Chapter 1, Introduction
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Connecting External Devices to
Matrox MC-100
This chapter shows how to
supply power and connect
external devices to
Matrox MC-100.
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Available Matrox MC-100 connections
Matrox MC-100 provides the following inputs and outputs for connecting
external devices:
• Two BNC SDI input connectors, and two BNC SDI output 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 MC-100
You can supply power to Matrox MC-100 using an AC outlet via the Matrox
external power supply cable. To turn MC-100 off, unplug the Matrox external
power supply cable from the AC outlet.
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Note For a secure power connection, use the locking connector supplied on the
power supply cable to fasten it to MC-100.
Matrox MC-100 operating safety feature
Matrox MC-100 has an operating safety feature that will cause all four SDI LEDs
to flash red as a warning when the MC-100 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 MC-100 unit to cool
before reconnecting the power supply cable back into the AC outlet.
Matrox MC-100 power supply and adapter
plugs
Matrox MC-100 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.
Chapter 2, Connecting External Devices to Matrox MC-100
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1
Adapter
plug
0
Power
adapter
Removing an adapter plug
To AC
outlet
Inserting an adapter plug
Power supply
cable
Fasten the power supply
cable to MC-100 using
the locking connector.
MC-100
Powering Matrox MC-100
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Connecting input and output devices
The Matrox MC-100 unit supports two SDI input sources via two BNC input
connectors, two SDI output devices via two BNC output connectors, and one
HDMI output device. For a list of the supported input and output formats, see
Appendix A, “Matrox MC-100 Supported Output Formats,” on page 25.
¡ Important If you’re connecting two input sources to MC-100, the input
sources must be the same video format.
To SDI input
sources
Power
(see “Powering Matrox
MC-100” on page 6)
MC-100
Infrared sensor (not used)
Mini USB Type B port
(see “Updating your MC-100
hardware” on page 2)
OSD buttons
(see “Using the OSD
buttons” on page 13)
MC-100
To HDMI
output device
To SDI output
devices
²Caution Using a low-quality HDMI cable can damage the HDMI connector on
the Matrox MC-100 unit.
Chapter 2, Connecting External Devices to Matrox MC-100
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Using Your Matrox MC-100 Hardware
This chapter explains how to
use your Matrox MC-100
hardware.
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Overview
Matrox MC-100 is operated through an on-screen display (OSD) using the OSD
buttons, which are located on the MC-100 unit. MC-100 also features status
LEDs (see “Understanding the MC-100 status LEDs”), and eight DIP switches
for performing various functions (see “Using the MC-100 DIP switches”).
Understanding the MC-100 status LEDs
Matrox MC-100 features the following status LEDs:
• SDI 1 and SDI 2
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Green
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Red
An input source is detected.
An input source is not connected.
• SDI 3 and SDI 4
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Green
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Red
The output is supported.
The output is not supported.
• Power The LED is green when power is supplied to MC-100 and the
hardware is functioning properly.
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Note If the MC-100 unit exceeds normal operating temperature, all four SDI
LEDs will flash red as a warning. For more information see “Matrox MC-100
operating safety feature” on page 6.
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Using the MC-100 DIP switches
Matrox MC-100 features eight DIP switches on the side of the unit for
locking/unlocking the on-screen display (OSD) buttons, displaying the OSD or
heads-up display (HUD) on the SDI or HDMI output, enabling/disabling the
loss-of-signal switcher feature, and loading user-defined settings. A DIP switch
is ON when the switch is down, and OFF when it is up.
OFF
ON
MC-100
• DIP switch 1
When ON, the OSD buttons are locked and will not function.
• DIP switch 2
outputs.
When ON, the OSD or HUD is displayed on the SDI
• DIP switch 3
output.
When ON, the OSD or HUD is not displayed on the HDMI
• DIP switch 4 When ON, the loss-of-signal switcher feature is enabled (see
“Loss-of-signal switcher” on page 13”).
• DIP switches 5 to 8 Used for loading user-defined presets of input, output,
and 3D settings. For information on how to save user-defined presets, see
“Saving option settings” on page 23.
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Note MC-100 can have only one user-defined preset loaded at any given
time. This means that if a DIP switch associated with a user-defined preset is
ON, you must turn it OFF before loading another preset.
Using the MC-100 DIP switches
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MC-100 channel definitions
Matrox MC-100 can process up to two video channels at one time. Use the
following channel definitions when specifying the output settings:
• For all input video signals except 3G level B, channel 1 refers to the input
signal on SDI 1, and channel 2 refers to the input signal on SDI 2.
• If one 3G level B input video signal is connected to MC-100, channel 1 and
channel 2 refer to the two channels in the 3G level B signal. If you connect
two 3G level B input signals, channel 1 and channel 2 refer to the two
channels in input SDI 1, and the 3G level B signal connected to SDI 2 can be
output using the SDI 2 bypass option only (see “Specifying your output
settings” on page 17).
• When you select the Channel 1, Channel 2, 3D, Analysis, or Multiplex
option for a given output (see “Specifying your output settings” on page 17),
channel 1 and/or channel 2 is output using the current MC-100 settings. If
you want to output an input video signal without applying the MC-100
settings, choose the SDI 1 bypass or SDI 2 bypass output option instead.
Amplifying input signals
MC-100 also functions as an input signal amplifier. Input signals connected to
MC-100 are automatically amplified within MC-100. This allows you to transfer
the SDI and HDMI output signals over greater distances. The distances for the
different input types are as follows:
• SD
300 meters (984 feet)
• HD
100 meters (328 feet)
• 3G
70 meters (229 feet)
Time base correction and synchronization
When input sources are connected to SDI 1 and SDI 2, MC-100’s time base
corrector ensures that the two video signals are synchronized at the output by
using the video signal that is set as the reference source (see “Specifying your
input settings” on page 15) to correct the other video signal. MC-100’s time base
does not correct the audio portion of the signal.
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Note The time base corrector does not apply when using the SDI 1 bypass or
SDI 2 bypass output setting (see “Specifying your output settings” on page 17).
This means that if the two input sources are not synchronized using an external
reference source, the input signals may not be synchronized at the output.
Depending on the amount of discrepancy between the two input signal clocks,
the input signal that is not set as the reference source may not be output.
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Loss-of-signal switcher
If you have two input channels connected to MC-100, and an SDI/HDMI output
is set to Channel 1 or Channel 2 (see “Specifying your output settings” on
page 17), the loss-of-signal switcher feature enables MC-100 to automatically
switch to the other channel if a loss of signal is detected on the channel that was
selected for that output. For example, if you have two 1920×1080p video input
signals connected to different SDI inputs, and SDI 3 and HDMI are set to output
channel 2, MC-100 will automatically switch to channel 1 on the SDI 3 and
HDMI outputs if a signal loss is detected on channel 2. Switching between
channel 1 and channel 2 is done glitch-free on SDI outputs only. To enable or
disable the loss-of-signal switcher feature, set DIP switch 4 accordingly (see
“Using the MC-100 DIP switches” on page 11).
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Note The loss-of-signal switcher feature should not be used when working
with a 3G level B input signal. Since channels 1 and 2 on 3G level B signals are
on the same SDI cable, the signal loss will affect both channels.
Using the OSD buttons
The on-screen display (OSD) buttons are used to navigate through the Matrox
MC-100 options in the OSD menu.
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Note You can lock the OSD buttons by using DIP switch 1 (see “Using the
MC-100 DIP switches” on page 11).
•
(Cycle buttons) Use these buttons to cycle through the OSD
+ and
menu options and settings, or available settings when in selection mode (see
“Using the MC-100 selection modes” on page 21).
•
(Select button) Use this button to select the highlighted OSD menu
option, currently selected option, or to exit selection mode (see “Using the
MC-100 selection modes” on page 21).
Loss-of-signal switcher
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Accessing the OSD main menu
The Matrox MC-100 on-screen display (OSD) main menu is accessed using the
OSD buttons. The OSD main menu allows you to set the input, output, and 3D
settings, and allows you to access the various selection modes (see “Using the
MC-100 selection modes” on page 21).
° To access the Matrox MC-100 OSD main menu:
1 Make sure that power is supplied to Matrox MC-100 (see “Powering Matrox
MC-100” on page 6), and you have at least one SDI or HDMI output display
device connected to Matrox MC-100 (see “Connecting input and output
devices” on page 8).
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Note By default, the OSD will appear on the display device connected to
MC-100’s HDMI output only. To hide the OSD on the HDMI output, or to
display it on the SDI outputs, you must set the MC-100 DIP switches
accordingly (see “Using the MC-100 DIP switches” on page 11).
2 Press any OSD button on the Matrox MC-100 unit. The Matrox MC-100
OSD main menu will appear on the display device connected to MC-100’s
SDI and/or HDMI output. Select EXIT to close the OSD.
Chapter 3, Using Your Matrox MC-100 Hardware
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Specifying your input settings
The INPUT menu allows you to select the input signal type and reference source
priority. You can also view the reference status, and the video formats for the
connected input sources.
° To set the input settings:
1 Access the Matrox MC-100 on-screen display (OSD) main menu.
2 Select INPUT from the OSD main menu.
3 Select SIGNAL TYPE, and then select the setting that corresponds to the
format of the input source connected to MC-100’s SDI input. For a list of the
supported input video formats, see “Supported input formats” on page 16.
¡ Important If you have input sources connected to SDI 1 and SDI 2, the
two video formats must be the same.
¦
Select this setting for progressive or interlaced SD,
progressive or interlaced HD, 3G level A, or 3G level B input signals.
$
Standard
$
PsF
$
Dual link
$
Dual link PsF
Select this setting for progressive segmented frame input signals.
Select this setting for dual link input signals.
Not supported.
Note PsF input video signals are not supported on the HDMI output. For
SDI outputs, PsF input video signals are only supported in bypass mode (see
“Specifying your output settings” on page 17).
4 Select REFERENCE SOURCE PRIORITY to set the SDI input video signal
that will be used as the reference source when input sources are connected to
SDI 1 and SDI 2. For information on how the input signals are synchronized
Specifying your input settings
16
using MC-100’s time base corrector, see “Time base correction and
synchronization” on page 12. When only one input source is connected to
MC-100, this option does not apply, and the connected video signal is
automatically used as the reference source.
Sets the video signal connected to the SDI 1 input as the
reference.
$
SDI 1
$
SDI 2
Sets the video signal connected to the SDI 2 input as the
reference.
Viewing input information
The INPUT menu also allows you to view the following input information:
• REFERENCE STATUS Indicates whether or not the reference is locked to
the input source.
• CHANNEL 1 FORMAT and CHANNEL 2 FORMAT Indicates the video
format that is detected for channels 1 and 2. MC-100 cannot detect a PsF or
dual link video signal.
¦
Note For more information on the MC-100 channels, see “MC-100 channel
definitions” on page 12.
Supported input formats
MC-100 supports the following input video formats. To see the possible outputs
for the supported input formats, see Appendix A, “Matrox MC-100 Supported
Output Formats,” on page 25.
¦
Note
4:4:4 input video signals are not supported.
• 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, and 30 fps
• 3G level A 1920×1080p at 50, 59.94, and 60 fps
• 3G level B 1920 ×1080p at 50, 59.94, and 60 fps
• Dual link 1920×1080p (4:2:2) at 50, 59.94, and 60 fps
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Specifying your output settings
The OUTPUT menu allows you to select the video signal for a given output
connector, as well as the HDMI audio channels. The output signal also includes
the ancilliary data contained in the input video signal. If you select 3D or
Analysis, the ancilliary data that is output is from channel 1 only.
° To set the output settings:
1 Access the Matrox MC-100 on-screen display (OSD) main menu.
2 Select OUTPUT from the OSD main menu.
3 For the SDI and HDMI outputs, select SDI 4, SDI 3, or HDMI, and then
select your desired output setting. For information on the MC-100 channels,
see “MC-100 channel definitions” on page 12.
Remarks
•
PsF input video signals are not supported on the HDMI output. For SDI
outputs, PsF input video signals are only supported in bypass mode.
•
You must have two input channels for the 3D, Analysis, and Multiplex
option settings to function properly.
•
3D and Analysis output settings are not supported for 3G level A input
signals.
•
Multiplex is not supported on the HDMI output or for 3G level A input
signals.
•
In order to view the selected video output format, the format must be
supported by your SDI or HDMI display device. If the format is not
supported, a purple screen is displayed and the OSD is available if the
Specifying your output settings
18
appropriate DIP switch for the OSD has been set (see “Using the
MC-100 DIP switches” on page 11).
Outputs the video signal connected to input SDI 1 as is,
without any processing. The MC-100 settings do not apply for this option.
$
SDI 1 bypass
$
SDI 2 bypass
$
Channel 1 Outputs the video signal on channel 1 using the current
MC-100 settings.
$
Channel 2 Outputs the video signal on channel 2 using the current
MC-100 settings.
$
3D Outputs the channel 1 and 2 input video signals as set in the 3D
MODE option in the 3D SETTINGS menu. The channel flip and channel
Outputs the video signal connected to input SDI 2 as is,
without any processing. The MC-100 settings do not apply for this option.
offset options are also applied to the output (see “Specifying your 3D
settings” on page 19).
$
Analysis Outputs the channel 1 and 2 input video signals as set in the
ANALYSIS MODE option in the 3D SETTINGS menu. The channel flip
and channel offset options are also applied to the output (see “Specifying
your 3D settings” on page 19).
$
Multiplex (SDI 4 and SDI 3 only) Combines the video and audio input
signals from channel 1 and channel 2 into one 3G level B video signal on
the output. The channel flip and channel offset options are also applied to
the output (see “Specifying your 3D settings” on page 19).
4 If you have an HDMI output device connected to MC-100, select
HDMI AUDIO CHANNELS , and then select the audio channels that you
want to output on HDMI. The source of the audio channels is defined by the
output setting selected in step 3.
¦
Note When using the 3D or Analysis output setting in step 3, or when using
a 3G level B input video signal, the HDMI audio channels are selected from
channel 1 only.
$
1-8
$
9-16
Outputs audio input channels 1 to 8.
Outputs audio input channels 9 to 16.
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19
Specifying your 3D settings
The 3D SETTINGS menu allows you to select the 3D viewing mode and
3D analysis mode for channels 1 and 2. It also allows you to flip the channel 1
and channel 2 video input signals horizontally or vertically, as well as apply a
vertical and horizontal offset to channels 1 and 2. See “MC-100 channel
definitions” on page 12 for information about the MC-100 channels.
° To set the 3D settings:
1 Access the Matrox MC-100 on-screen display (OSD) main menu.
2 Select 3D SETTINGS from the OSD main menu.
3 Select 3D MODE, and then select the 3D viewing mode for channels 1 and 2.
If your display device supports the selected 3D viewing mode option, then
the image is 3D. To apply the selected 3D MODE setting on a given output,
you must select 3D for the SDI 4, SDI 3, or HDMI option in the OUTPUT
menu (see “Specifying your output settings” on page 17).
¡ Important You must have two input channels for the 3D MODE option to
function properly.
Outputs horizontally compressed side-by-side 3D video
(also referred to as side-by-side horizontal), with channel 1 on the left and
channel 2 on the right.
$
Side-by-Side
$
Over/Under
$
Frame Packing Stacks the channel 1 and channel 2 video input signals
into a single frame with twice the normal bandwidth.
Outputs over/under 3D video (also referred to as
top/bottom), with channel 1 on the top and channel 2 on the bottom.
Specifying your 3D settings
20
Remarks
$ The 3D MODE option is not supported for 3G level A input signals.
$
Frame Packing is not supported on the SDI outputs.
4 Select ANALYSIS MODE, and then select the layering method that you
want to use to analyze the two video input channels. This option is useful for
finding disparities between the two input channel images. To apply the
selected setting on a given output, you must select Analysis for the SDI 4,
SDI 3, or HDMI option in the OUTPUT menu (see “Specifying your output
settings” on page 17).
Superimposes channels 1 and 2 and subtracts the differences
between the two images.
$
Difference
$
50/50
$
Anaglyph Channels 1 and 2 are superimposed using red for channel 1
and cyan for channel 2. This is useful when using anaglyph glasses to
analyze the channel images. Since there are differences between anaglyph
glasses, not all anaglyph glasses will produce the same effect when using
the Anaglyph setting.
Channels 1 and 2 are superimposed at 50% opacity.
5 Select CHANNEL 1 FLIP and/or CHANNEL 2 FLIP, and then select the
orientation for the image on channel 1/channel 2. To apply this option on a
given output, you must select Channel 1, Channel 2, 3D, or Analysis for
the SDI 4, SDI 3, or HDMI option in the OUTPUT menu (see “Specifying
your output settings” on page 17).
The image on channel 1/channel 2 is displayed in its original
orientation.
$
Off
$
Horizontal
$
Vertical
$
Horizontal/Vertical The image on channel 1/channel 2 is flipped both
horizontally and vertically.
The image on channel 1/channel 2 is flipped horizontally.
The image on channel 1/channel 2 is flipped vertically.
6 Select CHANNEL 1 VERTICAL OFFSET and/or CHANNEL 2 VERTICAL
OFFSET to adjust the vertical offset for the channel in pixels. To apply this
option on a given output, you must select Channel 1 , Channel 2, 3D, or
Analysis for the SDI 4, SDI 3, or HDMI option in the OUTPUT menu (see
“Specifying your output settings” on page 17).
7 Select CHANNEL 1 HORIZONTAL OFFSET and/or CHANNEL 2
HORIZONTAL OFFSET to adjust the horizontal offset for the channel in 1/4
pixels. To apply this option on a given output, you must select Channel 1,
Channel 2 , 3D, or Analysis for the SDI 4, SDI 3, or HDMI option in the
OUTPUT menu (see “Specifying your output settings” on page 17).
Chapter 3, Using Your Matrox MC-100 Hardware
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Using the MC-100 selection modes
Matrox MC-100 offers different selection modes that allow you to quickly cycle
through different output options without having to change the MC-100 settings.
When using the MC-100 selection modes, the on-screen display (OSD) is
replaced by a heads-up display (HUD) at the bottom of the video output that
allows you to view the current selection mode setting. When cycling through the
settings in a selection mode, the corresponding options in the OUTPUT and
3D SETTINGS menus will change automatically. For information on the
MC-100 channels, see “MC-100 channel definitions” on page 12.
¦
Note Press the Select button (see “Using the OSD buttons” on page 13) to exit
the selection mode and return to the OSD menu.
° To select a selection mode:
1 Access the Matrox MC-100 OSD main menu.
2 Select SELECTION MODES from the OSD main menu.
3 Select CHANNEL SWITCHER, and then use the cycle buttons (see “Using
the OSD buttons” on page 13) to switch between channel 1 and channel 2 on
the SDI and HDMI outputs.
¦
Note Switching between channel 1 and channel 2 is done glitch-free on SDI
outputs only.
4 Select SDI AND HDMI or HDMI ONLY , and then use the cycle buttons (see
“Using the OSD buttons” on page 13) to switch between the following
output options on the SDI and/or HDMI output.
Using the MC-100 selection modes
22
Remarks
•
PsF input video signals are not supported on the HDMI output. For SDI
outputs, PsF input video signals are only supported in bypass mode.
•
You must have two input channels for the 3D, Anaglyph, 50/50, and
Difference option settings to function properly.
•
The 3D output setting does not support 3G level A input signals.
•
The channel flip and channel offset options in the 3D SETTINGS menu
(see “Specifying your 3D settings” on page 19) are also applied to the
output when using any setting other than SDI 1 bypass or
SDI 2 bypass.
Outputs the video signal connected to input SDI 1 as is,
without any processing. The MC-100 settings do not apply for this option.
$
SDI 1 bypass
$
SDI 2 bypass
$
Channel 1 Outputs the video signal on channel 1 using the current
MC-100 settings.
$
Channel 2 Outputs the video signal on channel 2 using the current
MC-100 settings.
3D Outputs the channel 1 and 2 input video signals as set in the 3D
MODE option in the 3D SETTINGS menu. The channel flip and channel
offset options are also applied to the output (see “Specifying your 3D
settings” on page 19).
$
Outputs the video signal connected to input SDI 2 as is,
without any processing. The MC-100 settings do not apply for this option.
$
Anaglyph Channels 1 and 2 are superimposed using red for channel 1
and cyan for channel 2. This is useful when using anaglyph glasses to
analyze the channel images. Since there are differences between anaglyph
glasses, not all anaglyph glasses will produce the same effect when using
the Anaglyph setting.
$
50/50
$
Difference
Channels 1 and 2 are superimposed at 50% opacity.
Superimposes channels 1 and 2 and subtracts the differences
between the two images.
5 Select HORIZONTAL IMAGE TRANSLATION to change the horizontal
offset for channel 1 and channel 2 simultaneously on the SDI and HDMI
outputs. This is used primarily for correcting the parallax between
corresponding points on the two channel images. The channel flip and
vertical channel offset options in the 3D SETTINGS menu (see “Specifying
your 3D settings” on page 19) are also applied to the output. When in the
Horizontal Image Translation selection mode, you can use the cycle buttons
(see “Using the OSD buttons” on page 13) to adjust the horizontal offset for
channels 1 and 2 simultaneously.
Chapter 3, Using Your Matrox MC-100 Hardware
23
Saving option settings
The SAVE SETTINGS menu allows you to save the currently selected input,
output, and 3D settings to one of four available DIP switches (DIP switches 5 to
8) so that you can quickly set the appropriate settings for a particular workflow
by simply turning the corresponding DIP switch ON. See “Using the MC-100
DIP switches” on page 11 for more information. The SAVE SETTINGS menu
also allows you to restore the settings for the MC-100 options back to factory
defaults.
¦
Note MC-100 can have only one user-defined preset loaded at any given time.
This means that if a DIP switch associated with a user-defined preset is ON, you
must turn it OFF before loading another preset.
° To save option settings to a DIP switch:
1 Access the Matrox MC-100 on-screen display (OSD) main menu.
2 Select SAVE SETTINGS from the OSD main menu.
3 Select the DIP switch to which you want to save the current MC-100
settings.
Resetting the DIP switches to factory defaults
To restore the settings for the MC-100 options back to factory defaults, select
FACTORY DEFAULT in the SAVE SETTINGS menu.
¡ Important
This action cannot be undone.
Saving option settings
24
Your notes
Chapter 3, Using Your Matrox MC-100 Hardware
A
Matrox MC-100 Supported Output
Formats
This appendix provides
information on the output
formats that are supported on
Matrox MC-100.
26
Supported output formats when using input
SDI 1 only
The following table lists the video formats that are supported on the SDI and
HDMI outputs based on the MC-100 output settings (see “Specifying your output
settings” on page 17) when using an input source on SDI 1 only.
¦
Note In order to view the selected video output format, the format must be
supported by your SDI or HDMI display device. If the format is not supported, a
purple screen is displayed and the on-screen display (OSD) is available if the
appropriate DIP switch for the OSD has been set (see “Using the MC-100 DIP
switches” on page 11).
Input source
format
SDI 1
HDMI/SDI output
SDI 2 SDI 1 bypass SDI 2 bypass
Channel 1
Channel 2
3D
Over/Under
3D
Side-by-Side
3D Frame
Packing 1
Analysis
Multiplex2
NTSC
—
NTSC
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
PAL
—
PAL
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
1280×720p at
50 fps
—
1280× 720p at
50 fps
—
1280× 720p at
50 fps
—
—
—
—
—
—
1280×720p at
59.94 fps
—
1280× 720p at
59.94 fps
—
1280× 720p at
59.94 fps
—
—
—
—
—
—
1280×720p at
60 fps
—
1280× 720p at
60 fps
—
1280× 720p at
60 fps
—
—
—
—
—
—
1920× 1080p at
23.98 fps
—
1920×1080p at
23.98 fps
—
1920×1080p at
23.98 fps
—
—
—
—
—
—
1920× 1080p at
24 fps
—
1920×1080p at
24 fps
—
1920×1080p at
24 fps
—
—
—
—
—
—
1920× 1080p at
25 fps
—
1920×1080p at
25 fps
—
1920×1080p at
25 fps
—
—
—
—
—
—
1920× 1080p at
29.97 fps
—
1920×1080p at
29.97 fps
—
1920×1080p at
29.97 fps
—
—
—
—
—
—
1920× 1080p at
30 fps
—
1920×1080p at
30 fps
—
1920×1080p at
30 fps
—
—
—
—
—
—
1920×1080i at
50 fps
—
1920×1080i at
50 fps
—
1920×1080i at
50 fps
—
—
—
—
—
—
1920×1080i at
59.94 fps
—
1920×1080i at
59.94 fps
—
1920×1080i at
59.94 fps
—
—
—
—
—
—
1920×1080i at
60 fps
—
1920×1080i at
60 fps
—
1920×1080i at
60 fps
—
—
—
—
—
—
1920×1080PsF
at 23.98 fps
—
1920×1080PsF
at 23.98 fps 2
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
1920×1080PsF
at 24 fps
—
1920×1080PsF
at 24 fps2
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
1920×1080PsF
at 25 fps
—
1920×1080PsF
at 25 fps2
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
1920×1080PsF
at 29.97 fps
—
1920×1080PsF
at 29.97 fps 2
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
1920×1080PsF
at 30 fps
—
1920×1080PsF
at 30 fps2
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
Appendix A, Matrox MC-100 Supported Output Formats
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Input source
format
SDI 1
HDMI/SDI output
SDI 2 SDI 1 bypass SDI 2 bypass
Channel 1
Channel 2
3D
Over/Under
3D
Side-by-Side
3D Frame
Packing 1
Analysis
Multiplex2
1920× 1080p at
50 fps
(3G level A)
—
1920×1080p at
50 fps
(3G level A)
—
1920×1080p at
50 fps
(3G level A)
—
—
—
—
—
—
1920× 1080p at
59.94 fps
(3G level A)
—
1920×1080p at
59.94 fps
(3G level A)
—
1920×1080p at
59.94 fps
(3G level A)
—
—
—
—
—
—
1920× 1080p at
60 fps
(3G level A)
—
1920×1080p at
60 fps
(3G level A)
—
1920×1080p at
60 fps
(3G level A)
—
—
—
—
—
—
1920× 1080p at
50 fps
(3G level B)
—
1920×1080p at
50 fps
(3G level B)
—
1920×1080p at 1920 ×1080p at 1920×1080p at 1920 ×1080p at 1920×1080p at 1920 ×1080p at
25 fps
25 fps
25 fps
25 fps
50 fps
25 fps
2 1920×1080p
at 25 fps
(3G level B)
1920× 1080p at
59.94 fps
(3G level B)
—
1920×1080p at
59.94 fps
(3G level B)
—
1920×1080p at 1920 ×1080p at 1920×1080p at 1920 ×1080p at 1920×1080p at 1920 ×1080p at
29.97 fps
29.97 fps
29.97 fps
29.97 fps
59.94 fps
29.97 fps
2 1920×1080p
at 29.97 fps
(3G level B)
1920× 1080p at
60 fps
(3G level B)
—
1920×1080p at
60 fps
(3G level B)
—
1920×1080p at 1920 ×1080p at 1920×1080p at 1920 ×1080p at 1920×1080p at 1920 ×1080p at
30 fps
30 fps
30 fps
30 fps
60 fps
30 fps
2 1920×1080p
at 30 fps
(3G level B)
1
2
Not supported on the SDI outputs.
Not supported on the HDMI output.
Supported output formats when using input SDI 1 only
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Supported output formats when using input
SDI 2 only
The following table lists the video formats that are supported on the SDI and
HDMI outputs based on the MC-100 output settings (see “Specifying your output
settings” on page 17) when using an input source on SDI 2 only.
¦
Note In order to view the selected video output format, the format must be
supported by your SDI or HDMI display device. If the format is not supported, a
purple screen is displayed and the on-screen display (OSD) is available if the
appropriate DIP switch for the OSD has been set (see “Using the MC-100 DIP
switches” on page 11).
Input source
format
HDMI/SDI output
Channel 1
Channel 2
3D
Over/Under
3D
Side-by-Side
3D Frame
Packing1
Analysis
Multiplex2
NTSC
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
PAL
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
1280 ×720p at
50 fps
—
—
—
—
—
—
1280 ×720p at
59.94 fps
—
—
—
—
—
1280×720p at
60 fps
—
1280 ×720p at
60 fps
—
—
—
—
—
—
1920× 1080p at
23.98 fps
—
1920× 1080p at
23.98 fps
—
—
—
—
—
1920× 1080p at
24 fps
—
1920× 1080p at
24 fps
—
1920× 1080p at
24 fps
—
—
—
—
—
—
1920× 1080p at
25 fps
—
1920× 1080p at
25 fps
—
1920× 1080p at
25 fps
—
—
—
—
—
—
1920× 1080p at
29.97 fps
—
1920× 1080p at
29.97 fps
—
1920× 1080p at
29.97 fps
—
—
—
—
—
—
1920× 1080p at
30 fps
—
1920× 1080p at
30 fps
—
1920× 1080p at
30 fps
—
—
—
—
—
—
1920×1080i at
50 fps
—
1920×1080i at
50 fps
—
1920×1080i at
50 fps
—
—
—
—
—
—
1920×1080i at
59.94 fps
—
1920×1080i at
59.94 fps
—
1920×1080i at
59.94 fps
—
—
—
—
—
—
1920×1080i at
60 fps
—
1920×1080i at
60 fps
—
1920×1080i at
60 fps
—
—
—
—
—
—
1920×1080PsF
at 23.98 fps
—
1920×1080PsF
at 23.98 fps2
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
1920×1080PsF
at 24 fps
—
1920×1080PsF
at 24 fps2
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
1920×1080PsF
at 25 fps
—
1920×1080PsF
at 25 fps2
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
1920×1080PsF
at 29.97 fps
—
1920×1080PsF
at 29.97 fps2
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
1920×1080PsF
at 30 fps
—
1920×1080PsF
at 30 fps2
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
SDI 1
SDI 2
SDI 1 bypass SDI 2 bypass
—
NTSC
—
—
PAL
—
—
1280×720p at
50 fps
—
1280×720p at
50 fps
—
1280×720p at
59.94 fps
—
1280×720p at
59.94 fps
—
1280×720p at
60 fps
—
—
1920× 1080p at
23.98 fps
—
Appendix A, Matrox MC-100 Supported Output Formats
29
Input source
format
HDMI/SDI output
Channel 1
Channel 2
3D
Over/Under
3D
Side-by-Side
3D Frame
Packing1
Analysis
Multiplex2
1920× 1080p at
50 fps
(3G level A)
—
1920× 1080p at
50 fps
(3G level A)
—
—
—
—
—
—
1920× 1080p at
59.94 fps
(3G level A)
—
1920× 1080p at
59.94 fps
(3G level A)
—
—
—
—
—
1920× 1080p at
60 fps
(3G level A)
—
1920× 1080p at
60 fps
(3G level A)
—
1920× 1080p at
60 fps
(3G level A)
—
—
—
—
—
—
1920× 1080p at
50 fps
(3G level B)
—
1920× 1080p at
2 1920×1080p
1920 ×1080p at 1920× 1080p at 1920 ×1080p at 1920× 1080p at 1920 ×1080p at 1920 ×1080p at
at 25 fps
50 fps
25 fps
25 fps
25 fps
25 fps
50 fps
25 fps
(3G level B)
(3G level B)
—
1920× 1080p at
59.94 fps
(3G level B)
—
2 1920×1080p
1920× 1080p at
1920 ×1080p at 1920× 1080p at 1920 ×1080p at 1920× 1080p at 1920 ×1080p at 1920 ×1080p at
at 29.97 fps
59.94 fps
29.97 fps
29.97 fps
29.97 fps
29.97 fps
59.94 fps
29.97 fps
(3G level B)
(3G level B)
—
1920× 1080p at
60 fps
(3G level B)
—
1920× 1080p at
2 1920×1080p
1920 ×1080p at 1920× 1080p at 1920 ×1080p at 1920× 1080p at 1920 ×1080p at 1920 ×1080p at
at 30 fps
60 fps
30 fps
30 fps
30 fps
30 fps
60 fps
30 fps
(3G level B)
(3G level B)
SDI 1
SDI 2
—
1920× 1080p at
50 fps
(3G level A)
—
—
1920× 1080p at
59.94 fps
(3G level A)
—
1
2
SDI 1 bypass SDI 2 bypass
Not supported on the SDI outputs.
Not supported on the HDMI output.
Supported output formats when using input SDI 2 only
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Supported output formats when using inputs
SDI 1 and SDI 2
The following table lists the video formats that are supported on the SDI and
HDMI outputs based on the MC-100 output settings (see “Specifying your output
settings” on page 17) when using an input source on both SDI 1 and SDI 2.
¦
Note In order to view the selected video output format, the format must be
supported by your SDI or HDMI display device. If the format is not supported, a
purple screen is displayed and the on-screen display (OSD) is available if the
appropriate DIP switch for the OSD has been set (see “Using the MC-100 DIP
switches” on page 11).
Input source
format
HDMI/SDI output
SDI 1
SDI 2
SDI 1 bypass SDI 2 bypass
NTSC
NTSC
NTSC
PAL
PAL
PAL
3D
3D
Over/Under Side-by-Side
Channel 1
Channel 2
NTSC
—
—
—
PAL
—
—
—
3D Frame
Packing1
Analysis
Multiplex2
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
1280 × 720p at
50 fps
1280× 720p at
50 fps
1280× 720p at
50 fps
1280× 720p at
50 fps
1280 × 720p
at 50 fps
1280× 720p
at 50 fps
1280× 720p at
50 fps
1280 ×720p at
50 fps
1280× 720p
at 50 fps
1280× 720p
at 50 fps
2 1280× 720p
at 50 fps
(3G level B)
1280 × 720p at
59.94 fps
1280× 720p at
59.94 fps
1280× 720p at
59.94 fps
1280× 720p at
59.94 fps
1280 × 720p
at 59.94 fps
1280× 720p
at 59.94 fps
1280× 720p at
59.94 fps
1280 ×720p at
59.94 fps
1280× 720p
at 59.94 fps
1280× 720p
at 59.94 fps
2 1280× 720p
at 59.94 fps
(3G level B)
1280 × 720p at
60 fps
1280× 720p at
60 fps
1280× 720p at
60 fps
1280× 720p at
60 fps
1280 × 720p
at 60 fps
1280× 720p
at 60 fps
1280× 720p at
60 fps
1280 ×720p at
60 fps
1280× 720p
at 60 fps
1280× 720p
at 60 fps
2 1280× 720p
at 60 fps
(3G level B)
1920 ×1080p at 1920× 1080p at 1920× 1080p at 1920× 1080p at
23.98 fps
23.98 fps
23.98 fps
23.98 fps
1920 ×1080p
at 23.98 fps
1920× 1080p
at 23.98 fps
1920× 1080p
at 23.98 fps
1920× 1080p at
23.98 fps
1920× 1080p
at 23.98 fps
1920× 1080p
at 23.98 fps
2 1920×1080p
at 23.98 fps
(3G level B)
1920 ×1080p at 1920× 1080p at 1920× 1080p at 1920× 1080p at
24 fps
24 fps
24 fps
24 fps
1920 ×1080p
at 24 fps
1920× 1080p
at 24 fps
1920× 1080p
at 24 fps
1920× 1080p at
24 fps
1920× 1080p
at 24 fps
1920× 1080p
at 24 fps
2 1920×1080p
at 24 fps
(3G level B)
1920 ×1080p at 1920× 1080p at 1920× 1080p at 1920× 1080p at
25 fps
25 fps
25 fps
25 fps
1920 ×1080p
at 25 fps
1920× 1080p
at 25 fps
1920× 1080p
at 25 fps
1920× 1080p at
25 fps
1920× 1080p
at 25 fps
1920× 1080p
at 25 fps
2 1920×1080p
at 25 fps
(3G level B)
1920 ×1080p at 1920× 1080p at 1920× 1080p at 1920× 1080p at
29.97 fps
29.97 fps
29.97 fps
29.97 fps
1920 ×1080p
at 29.97 fps
1920× 1080p
at 29.97 fps
1920× 1080p
at 29.97 fps
1920× 1080p at
29.97 fps
1920× 1080p
at 29.97 fps
1920× 1080p
at 29.97 fps
2 1920×1080p
at 29.97 fps
(3G level B)
1920 ×1080p at 1920× 1080p at 1920× 1080p at 1920× 1080p at
30 fps
30 fps
30 fps
30 fps
1920 ×1080p
at 30 fps
1920× 1080p
at 30 fps
1920× 1080p
at 30 fps
1920× 1080p at
30 fps
1920× 1080p
at 30 fps
1920× 1080p
at 30 fps
2 1920×1080p
at 30 fps
(3G level B)
1920× 1080i at
50 fps
1920 × 1080i at
50 fps
1920× 1080i at
50 fps
1920× 1080i at
50 fps
1920× 1080i
at 50 fps
1920× 1080i
at 50 fps
1920× 1080i at
50 fps
1920× 1080i at
50 fps
1920× 1080i
at 50 fps
1920 × 1080i
at 50 fps
2 1920×1080i
at 50 fps
(3G level B)
1920× 1080i at
59.94 fps
1920 × 1080i at
59.94 fps
1920× 1080i at
59.94 fps
1920× 1080i at
59.94 fps
1920× 1080i
at 59.94 fps
1920× 1080i
at 59.94 fps
1920× 1080i at
59.94 fps
1920× 1080i at
59.94 fps
1920× 1080i
at 59.94 fps
1920 × 1080i
at 59.94 fps
2 1920×1080i
at 59.94 fps
(3G level B)
1920× 1080i at
60 fps
1920 × 1080i at
60 fps
1920× 1080i at
60 fps
1920× 1080i at
60 fps
1920× 1080i
at 60 fps
1920× 1080i
at 60 fps
1920× 1080i at
60 fps
1920× 1080i at
60 fps
1920× 1080i
at 60 fps
1920 × 1080i
at 60 fps
2 1920×1080i
at 60 fps
(3G level B)
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
1920× 1080PsF 1920 ×1080PsF 1920× 1080PsF 1920× 1080PsF
at 23.98 fps
at 23.98 fps
at 23.98 fps2
at 23.98 fps2
Appendix A, Matrox MC-100 Supported Output Formats
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Input source
format
HDMI/SDI output
3D Frame
Packing1
Analysis
Multiplex2
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
1920 ×1080p at 1920× 1080p at 1920× 1080p at 1920× 1080p at
50 fps
50 fps
50 fps
50 fps
(3G level A)
(3G level A)
(3G level A)
(3G level A)
1920 ×1080p
at 50 fps
(3G level A)
1920× 1080p
at 50 fps
(3G level A)
—
—
—
—
—
1920 ×1080p at 1920× 1080p at 1920× 1080p at 1920× 1080p at
59.94 fps
59.94 fps
59.94 fps
59.94 fps
(3G level A)
(3G level A)
(3G level A)
(3G level A)
1920 ×1080p
at 59.94 fps
(3G level A)
1920× 1080p
at 59.94 fps
(3G level A)
—
—
—
—
—
1920 ×1080p at 1920× 1080p at 1920× 1080p at 1920× 1080p at
60 fps
60 fps
60 fps
60 fps
(3G level A)
(3G level A)
(3G level A)
(3G level A)
1920 ×1080p
at 60 fps
(3G level A)
1920× 1080p
at 60 fps
(3G level A)
—
—
—
—
—
1920 ×1080p at 1920× 1080p at 1920× 1080p at 1920× 1080p at
50 fps
50 fps
50 fps
50 fps
(3G level B)
(3G level B)
(3G level B)
(3G level B)
1920 ×1080p
at 25 fps
1920× 1080p
at 25 fps
1920× 1080p
at 25 fps
1920× 1080p at
25 fps
1920× 1080p
at 50 fps
1920× 1080p
at 25 fps
2 1920×1080p
at 25 fps
(3G level B)
1920 ×1080p at 1920× 1080p at 1920× 1080p at 1920× 1080p at
59.94 fps
59.94 fps
59.94 fps
59.94 fps
(3G level B)
(3G level B)
(3G level B)
(3G level B)
1920 ×1080p
at 29.97 fps
1920× 1080p
at 29.97 fps
1920× 1080p
at 29.97 fps
1920× 1080p at
29.97 fps
1920× 1080p
at 59.94 fps
1920× 1080p
at 29.97 fps
2 1920×1080p
at 29.97 fps
(3G level B)
1920 ×1080p at 1920× 1080p at 1920× 1080p at 1920× 1080p at
60 fps
60 fps
60 fps
60 fps
(3G level B)
(3G level B)
(3G level B)
(3G level B)
1920 ×1080p
at 30 fps
1920× 1080p
at 30 fps
1920× 1080p
at 30 fps
1920× 1080p at
30 fps
1920× 1080p
at 60 fps
1920× 1080p
at 30 fps
2 1920×1080p
at 30 fps
(3G level B)
SDI 1
Channel 2
1920× 1080PsF 1920 × 1080PsF 1920× 1080PsF 1920× 1080PsF
at 24 fps
at 24 fps
at 24 fps2
at 24 fps2
—
—
—
1920× 1080PsF 1920 × 1080PsF 1920× 1080PsF 1920× 1080PsF
at 25 fps
at 25 fps
at 25 fps2
at 25 fps2
—
—
1920× 1080PsF 1920 × 1080PsF 1920× 1080PsF 1920× 1080PsF
at 29.97 fps
at 29.97 fps
at 29.97 fps2
at 29.97 fps2
—
1920× 1080PsF 1920 × 1080PsF 1920× 1080PsF 1920× 1080PsF
at 30 fps
at 30 fps
at 30 fps2
at 30 fps2
2
SDI 1 bypass SDI 2 bypass
3D
3D
Over/Under Side-by-Side
Channel 1
1
SDI 2
Dual link 1920 × 1080p
at 50 fps (4:2:2)
Dual link 1920× 1080p
at 50 fps (4:2:2)
1920× 1080i
at 50 fps
1920× 1080i
at 50 fps
—
—
—
—
1920× 1080p
at 50 fps
Dual link 1920 × 1080p
at 59.94 fps (4:2:2)
Dual link 1920× 1080p
at 59.94 fps (4:2:2)
1920× 1080i
at 59.94 fps
1920× 1080i
at 59.94 fps
—
—
—
—
1920 × 1080p
at 59.94 fps
Dual link 1920 × 1080p
at 60 fps (4:2:2)
Dual link 1920× 1080p
at 60 fps (4:2:2)
1920× 1080i
at 60 fps
1920× 1080i
at 60 fps
—
—
—
—
1920 × 1080p
at 60 fps
Not supported on the SDI outputs.
Not supported on the HDMI output.
Supported output formats when using inputs SDI 1 and SDI 2
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Your notes
Appendix A, Matrox MC-100 Supported Output Formats
B
Matrox MC-100 Specifications
This appendix provides
specifications for the Matrox
MC-100.
34
Matrox MC-100 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)
• 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" × 1.8" × 1.4")
• Total power consumption
12 watts
Video
• SDI input and output
$
Compliant with SMPTE-259M/292M/372M/424M/425M
$
SDI support of YUV 4:2:2 8-bit/10-bit
$
SDI inputs with loss-of-signal switcher
$
Automatic SDI output selection between 3G/HD/SD-SDI dependent on
input signal
$
16 channels of embedded audio
$
Two BNC SDI connectors (75 Ω), terminated
• HDMI output
$
HDMI support of YUV 4:2:2 and RGB
$
Eight channels of embedded audio (selectable between the first and
second set of four pairs)
$
Standard Type A HDMI connector (19 pins)
• Display formats
$
3D display formats on SDI: Over/Under and Side-by-Side
$
3D display formats on HDMI: Over/Under, Side-by-Side, and Frame
Packing
$
Analysis mode display: Anaglyph, 50/50, and Difference
Appendix B, Matrox MC-100 Specifications
35
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 MC-100 specifications
36
Your notes
Appendix B, Matrox MC-100 Specifications
C
Matrox Customer Support
This appendix explains how
you can register your Matrox
product and obtain customer
support.
38
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.
¡ Important 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 C, Matrox Customer Support
Index
Numerics
3D settings
analysis mode 20
channel flip 20
horizontal offset 20
selecting mode 19
specifying 19
vertical offset 20
3G level B
channel definition 12
multiplexing 18
A
AC power to Matrox MC-100 6
Adapter plug connection 6
Analysis
selecting
3D settings 18
mode 20
output 18
Audio, multiplexing 18
B
BNC, connectors
input 8
output 8
C
Channel
definitions on Matrox MC-100 12
selecting
flip 20
horizontal offset 20
vertical offset 20
Connections
AC power to Matrox MC-100 6
available on Matrox MC-100 6
input sources 8
output sources 8
two input sources 8
Customer support 38
D
DIP switches on Matrox MC-100 11
for loss-of-signal switcher feature 11
for user-defined DIP switches 11
resetting to factory defaults 23
saving option settings 23
to display HUD on SDI output 11
to display OSD on SDI output 11
to hide HUD on HDMI output 11
to hide OSD on HDMI output 11
to lock OSD 11
Display formats specifications 34
E
Environmental specifications 35
F
Firmware, updating 2
H
HDMI output
audio output channel selection 18
connection 8
specifications 34
supported video formats 26, 28, 30
Heads-up display
See HUD (heads-up display)
HIT
See Horizontal image translation
Horizontal image translation, selecting 22
HUD (heads-up display)
about 21
display on SDI output 11
hide on HDMI output 11
I
Inputs on Matrox MC-100
BNC 8
SDI 8
specifying settings 15
supported video formats 16, 26, 28, 30
synchronizing 12
Internet site, Matrox 38
40
L
LEDs on Matrox MC-100 10
License agreement i
Locking the Matrox MC-100 OSD 11
Loss-of-signal switcher feature 11, 13
M
Matrox
contacting us 38
WWW site 38
Matrox MC-100
AC power connection 6
AC/DC adapter specifications 34
accessing OSD main menu 14
adapter plug connection 6
available connections 6
channel definitions 12
dimensions 34
DIP switches 11
display HUD on SDI output 11
display OSD on SDI output 11
environmental specifications 35
features 2
flashing SDI LEDs 6
hide HUD on HDMI output 11
hide OSD on HDMI output 11
LEDs 10
locking OSD 11
loss-of-signal switcher feature 11, 13
operating safety feature 6
power supply 6
reference source priority 15
regulatory compliance 34
requirements 2
resetting DIP switches to factory defaults 23
saving option settings to DIP switches 23
selecting
3D mode 19
analysis mode 20
channel flip 20
channel switcher 21
HDMI only 21
horizontal channel offset 20
horizontal image translation 22
OSD signal type 15
SDI and HDMI 21
Index
selection modes 21
vertical channel offset 20
specifications 34
specifying
3D settings 19
input settings 15
output settings 17
supported video formats
input 16, 26, 28, 30
output 26, 28, 30
updating firmware 2
user-defined DIP switches 11
using the OSD buttons 13
viewing input information 16
Multiplexing video and audio 18
O
On-screen display
See OSD
Operating safety feature of Matrox MC-100 6
OSD
accessing main menu 14
display on SDI output 11
hide on HDMI output 11
locking 11
reference source priority 15
resetting DIP switches to factory defaults 23
saving option settings to DIP switches 23
selecting
3D mode 19
analysis mode 20
channel flip 20
channel switcher 21
HDMI only 21
horizontal channel offset 20
horizontal image translation 22
SDI and HDMI 21
selection modes 21
signal type 15
vertical channel offset 20
specifying
3D settings 19
input settings 15
output settings 17
using buttons 13
viewing input information 16
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Outputs on Matrox MC-100
HDMI 8
SDI 8
specifying settings 17
supported video formats 26, 28, 30
P
Power, connecting
adapter plugs 6
to Matrox MC-100 6
R
Reference source priority 15
Registering your Matrox product 38
Regulatory compliance 34
Returning procedure iv
S
Safety feature when operating Matrox MC-100 6
SDI input
connections 8
specifications 34
supported video formats 26, 28, 30
SDI output
connections 8
specifications 34
supported video formats 26, 28, 30
Selection modes
channel switcher 21
selecting HDMI only 21
selecting horizontal image translation 22
selecting SDI and HDMI 21
selecting settings 21
Service, returns iv
Specifications
AC/DC adapter 34
display formats 34
environmental 35
HDMI output 34
Matrox MC-100 34
SDI input 34
SDI output 34
Supported video formats
input 16, 26, 28, 30
output 26, 28, 30
System requirements 2
T
Technical support 38
Time base correction 12
U
User-defined DIP switches 11
V
Video formats supported
input 16, 26, 28, 30
output 26, 28, 30
Video, multiplexing 18
W
Warranty i
Warranty, standard i
WWW site, Matrox 38
Index
42
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
CAN ICES-3 (B)/NMB-3 (B)
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
CAN ICES-3 (B)/NMB-3 (B)
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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