Matrox_Mojito 4K_Installation_and_User_Guide

Matrox_Mojito 4K_Installation_and_User_Guide
Matrox Mojito 4K
Installation and User Guide
January 24, 2014
Y11275-201-0110
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Matrox Limited Warranty
Limited Warranty Statement
1 Matrox * (“Matrox”) having its head office at 1055 St-Regis Blvd., Dorval, Quebec Canada tel: (514) 822-6000
warrants that the Matrox hardware products (the “Matrox Product”) will be free from defects in materials and
workmanship under normal use for a period of three (3) years from the date of purchase by the original customer
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receipt or purchase invoice). The warranties provided by Matrox in this Matrox limited warranty statement apply
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original Customer and is non-transferable. MATROX DOES NOT WARRANT THAT THE OPERATION OF THE
MATROX PRODUCT WILL BE UNINTERRUPTED OR ERROR-FREE, THAT DEFECTS IN THE MATROX
PRODUCT WILL BE CORRECTED, OR THAT THE MATROX PRODUCT WILL MEET THE CUSTOMER'S
REQUIREMENTS OR PERFORM WITH ANY HARDWARE OR SOFTWARE PROVIDED BY THIRD
PARTIES. Conditions and limitations of Matrox's warranty are stated below.
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Matrox Product. Manufacturers, suppliers or publishers other than Matrox may provide their own warranties to the
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is not covered under this limited warranty (please refer to the licensing agreement accompanying the software for
details of the terms applicable to such).
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and does not apply to any damage which arises from:
a improper or inadequate maintenance;
b incompatibilities due to the Customer's hardware or software applications, including non-Matrox products,
with or in which the Matrox Product interfaces;
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d unauthorized modification or misuse, including physical damage to the Matrox Product caused by the
Customer or due to transportation of the product;
e improper installation, abuse, misapplication or negligence;
f failure to follow instructions relating to Matrox Product's use;
g operation outside the Matrox Product's environmental specifications;
h improper site preparation or maintenance;
i software;
j service performed by anyone who is not a representative of Matrox;
k other causes that do not relate to a Matrox Product defect;
l defects or damage suffered as a result of force majeure (including theft);
m defects or damage suffered as a result of normal wear and tear or otherwise due to the normal aging of the
Matrox Product, and/or
n stolen goods.
The warranty is voided by removal or alteration of identification labels on the Matrox Product or its parts.
4 In the event of a defect in a Matrox Product during the applicable warranty period, Matrox shall at its sole option,
either i) repair the defect using new or refurbished parts and return the repaired Matrox Product within a
reasonable delay; or ii) replace the Matrox Product with a Matrox Product that is new or which has been
manufactured from new or serviceable used parts and is at least functionally equivalent to the original Matrox
Product and send such replacement Matrox Product within a reasonable delay.
*
Matrox is Matrox Electronic Systems Ltd, Matrox Graphics Inc. or Matrox Europe Limited. Head office at
1055 St-Regis Blvd. Dorval, Quebec, Canada H9P 2T4 Telephone (514) 822-6000.
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5 A replacement Matrox Product or part assumes the remaining warranty of the original Matrox Product.
When a Matrox Product or part is replaced, any replacement item becomes the Customer's property and the
replaced item becomes Matrox's property.
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resellers, dealers or distributors.
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rights which vary from state to state in the United States, from province to province in Canada, and
from country to country elsewhere in the world.
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which You may be entitled under the Competition and Consumer Act 2010 and other applicable Australian
consumer protection laws and regulations. Our Matrox Products come with guarantees that cannot be
excluded under the Australian Consumer Law. You are entitled to a replacement or refund for a major failure
and compensation for any other reasonably foreseeable loss or damage. You are entitled to have the goods
repaired or replaced if the goods fail to be of acceptable quality and the failure does not amount to a major
failure. Goods presented for repair may be replaced by refurbished goods of the same type rather than being
repaired. Refurbished parts may be used to repair the goods.
Limitations of Warranty
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ABOVE ARE EXCLUSIVE AND IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES, REMEDIES AND
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WILL BE FREE FROM INFRINGEMENT OF ANY THIRD PARTY INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY,
INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION, ANY PATENTS, OR PROPRIETARY RIGHTS.
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warranties shall be limited in duration to the duration of this express warranty and to repair or replacement
service as determined by Matrox at its sole discretion.
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make a Matrox Product exchange without risk to or loss of the programs or data.
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and exclusive remedies.
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NO EVENT SHALL MATROX BE LIABLE FOR:
a any direct, indirect, special, incidental, consequential, foreseeable or unforeseeable, or punitive
damages, whether based on contract, tort, delict or any other legal theory and whether advised of the
possibility of such damages; and/or
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b damages arising from the loss of use, data, Matrox Production revenue, use of money, anticipated savings,
procurement of substitute goods, business, opportunity, goodwill, reputation and/or profit in connection with
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amount paid by the Customer for the defective hardware in question.
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repair or replacement of any defective Matrox Product during the warranty period. Matrox does not offer any other
warranty with respect to Matrox hardware or software or any other hardware or software.
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respect to future sales and deliveries.
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ARE NOT DESIGNED, INTENDED, AUTHORIZED OR WARRANTED TO BE SUITABLE FOR USE OR
RESALE IN ANY TYPE OF SYSTEM OR OTHER APPLICATIONS RELATED TO, HAZARDOUS OR
POTENTIALLY HAZARDOUS ENVIRONMENTS OR APPLICATIONS REQUIRING
HIGH-AVAILABILITY OR FAIL-SAFE PERFORMANCE, WHERE PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH MAY
OCCUR, SUCH AS MEDICAL SYSTEMS, LIFE SUSTAINING, LIFE SAVING SYSTEMS, OPERATION OF
NUCLEAR FACILITIES, AIRCRAFT NAVIGATION OR COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS, AIR TRAFFIC
CONTROL, PUBLIC WORKS, WEAPONS SYSTEMS, OR ANY OTHER APPLICATION IN WHICH THE
FAILURE OF A MATROX PRODUCT COULD LEAD TO PROPERTY DAMAGE, ENVIRONMENTAL
DAMAGE, OR PERSONAL INJURY. CUSTOMER WILL NOT USE, OR PERMIT TO BE USED, THE
MATROX PRODUCTS FOR SUCH HIGH-AVAILABILITY, FAIL-SAFE OR CRITICAL APPLICATIONS
AND FURTHER AGREES TO INDEMNIFY, DEFEND AND HOLD HARMLESS MATROX AND ITS
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ASSIGNS FROM AND AGAINST ANY ACTION, SUIT, PROCEEDING, COST, EXPENSE, DAMAGES,
AND LIABILITY (INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, REASONABLE ATTORNEYS' FEES) ARISING
OUT OF, OR RELATED TO, THE BREACH OF CUSTOMER'S OBLIGATIONS RELATED HERETO, EVEN
IF SUCH CLAIM ALLEGES THAT MATROX WAS NEGLIGENT REGARDING THE DESIGN OR
MANUFACTURE OF THE MATROX PRODUCT.
Obtaining Service (whether in or out of warranty)
1 Verify that your Matrox Product was installed and configured according to the information in its accompanying
documentation or at the web site referenced therein.
2 Read the “Troubleshooting” information included with the Matrox Product or at the web site referenced therein, to
verify if the problem can be easily solved.
3 If You are still experiencing difficulties, please contact your dealer or distributor where You purchased your
Matrox Product. Please go to http://www.matrox.com/hr/en/company/legal/en/warranty, to find the list of Matrox
authorized dealers and/or distributors in your area.
4 Alternatively, if this first option is unavailable to You and you are still experiencing problems or if you believe that
your product is defective, please contact the Matrox Support team. We will help you troubleshoot your issue and
process a replacement if it is found to be defective. Matrox support team can be reached at
http://www.matrox.com/hr/en/company/legal/en/warranty.
5 Before returning the Matrox Product, please back up any and all information or data thereon, including, without
limitation, confidential, proprietary, personal or other information. All data and information on the Matrox
Product will be lost given that the persistent storage device(s) will be reformatted to factory default during testing;
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and Matrox cannot, and does not, accept any responsibility for any information that may be lost, corrupted,
damaged or otherwise rendered inaccessible.
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identification stickers on the Matrox Product. Pack the Matrox Product in its original box and return it to
your Matrox dealer or distributor where the Matrox Product was purchased, together with your proof of
purchase. Your Matrox dealer or distributor will return the Matrox Product for You. Alternatively, You may
proceed by returning your Matrox Product by following the guidelines referred to at the following address
http://www.matrox.com/hr/en/company/legal/en/warranty, and follow the link to Customer Support, where a
Return Merchandise Authorization (RMA) number will be issued, upon receipt of adequate proof of
purchase, and shipping instructions will be given to you. Customer will be responsible in paying the freight
to send the Matrox Product for service. Please ensure that the product is in Electrostatic discharge (ESD)
packaging before shipping it back to Matrox or else the warranty shall be void.
DO NOT RETURN THE MATROX PRODUCT TO MATROX WITHOUT MATROX'S RMA NUMBER
AND EXPRESS AUTHORIZATION.
Once an RMA number is issued, the Matrox Product must be returned to Matrox within thirty (30) days.
NON-WARRANTY product will be shipped back to You collect or on your courier account number, if one is
provided.
General
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of Canada applicable therein and the courts of the Province of Quebec shall have exclusive jurisdiction to hear
and decide any dispute instituted by the Customer in connection with this limited warranty; the Customer
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the English language. The United Nations Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods does
not apply to this warranty and is strictly excluded.
2 Except as may be expressly agreed to the contrary in a signed written agreement between Customer and
Matrox, i) any written or oral information or advice given by Matrox's distributors, agents or employees will
in no way increase the scope of the limited warranty contained in this limited warranty; and ii) this limited
warranty states the only warranty made to You by Matrox with respect to the units of Matrox Product that
You have purchased, and the terms of this limited warranty shall override the terms of any purchase orders
and any other terms and understandings You may seek to apply in respect thereof.
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agreement.
4 The failure by Matrox to enforce any of the provisions of this limited warranty shall not constitute a waiver
of Matrox's rights to enforce such provision or any other provision of this limited warranty in the future.
5 If any clause in this limited warranty is held by a court of law to be illegal or unenforceable the remaining
provisions of this limited warranty shall not be affected thereby.
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PERFORMANCE, WHERE PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH MAY OCCUR, SUCH AS MEDICAL SYSTEMS,
LIFE SUSTAINING, LIFE SAVING SYSTEMS, OPERATION OF NUCLEAR FACILITIES, AIRCRAFT
NAVIGATION OR COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS, AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL, PUBLIC WORKS, WEAPONS
SYSTEMS, OR ANY OTHER APPLICATION IN WHICH THE FAILURE OF A PRODUCT COULD LEAD TO
PROPERTY DAMAGE, ENVIRONMENTAL DAMAGE, OR PERSONAL INJURY. LICENSEE WILL NOT USE,
OR PERMIT TO BE USED, THE PRODUCTS FOR SUCH HIGH-AVAILABILITY, FAIL-SAFE OR CRITICAL
APPLICATIONS AND FURTHER, LICENSEE AGREES TO INDEMNIFY, DEFEND AND HOLD HARMLESS
MATROX AND ITS MANAGERS, DIRECTORS, OFFICERS, EMPLOYEES, AGENTS, AFFILIATES,
SUCCESSORS, AND ASSIGNS FROM AND AGAINST ANY ACTION, SUIT , PROCEEDING, COST,
EXPENSE, DAMAGES, AND LIABILITY (INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, REASONABLE
ATTORNEYS' FEES) ARISING OUT OF , OR RELATED TO, THE BREACH OF LICENSEE'S OBLIGATIONS
RELATED HERETO, EVEN IF SUCH CLAIM ALLEGES THAT MATROX WAS NEGLIGENT REGARDING
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Contents
Chapter 1
Introducing Matrox Mojito 4K
Welcome to Matrox Mojito 4K.............................................................. 2
System requirements ........................................................................... 2
Supported programs .................................................................................. 2
Check our website for equipment information............................................ 2
About this manual ................................................................................. 2
Style conventions ....................................................................................... 3
Last-minute information.............................................................................. 3
Chapter 2
Installing Your Matrox Mojito 4K Hardware and Software
Before installing your Matrox hardware ............................................... 6
Start with a functioning system................................................................... 6
Avoid costly damage .................................................................................. 6
Setting the genlock termination switch ........................................................7
Installing your Matrox Mojito 4K card....................................................7
Installing Matrox Mojito 4K software .................................................... 8
Updating your Mojito 4K firmware .............................................................. 8
Installing additional Matrox WYSIWYG plug-ins or
removing unneeded plug-ins............................................................... 8
Important note about sleep and hibernation modes ............................ 9
Removing your Matrox Mojito 4K software.......................................... 9
Chapter 3
Connecting External Devices to Matrox Mojito 4K
Available connections.......................................................................... 12
Connecting devices to Matrox Mojito 4K ............................................ 12
Video output mapping ............................................................................... 13
Chapter 4
Using Matrox Mojito 4K with Supported Programs
Working with Adobe Premiere Pro ...................................................... 16
Enabling output on Matrox Mojito 4K ........................................................ 16
Selecting a sequence preset for use with Matrox Mojito 4K...................... 16
Working with Adobe Prelude ............................................................... 17
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Working with Adobe Encore.................................................................17
Working with Adobe SpeedGrade....................................................... 18
Using the Matrox WYSIWYG plug-ins.................................................. 19
Configuring the Matrox WYSIWYG Control Panel ...................................... 19
Required steps to use the WYSIWYG plug-ins .......................................... 19
Defining your playback settings ..........................................................20
Supported video output formats .........................................................22
Chapter 5
Monitoring Your Matrox Mojito 4K System
Using X.info to display Mojito 4K information ......................................24
Displaying system information ...................................................................24
Displaying hardware information ...............................................................26
Monitoring your Mojito 4K card’s operating temperatures ........................ 27
Error notification ........................................................................................ 27
Appendix A
Matrox Mojito 4K Specifications
General................................................................................................30
Connections ........................................................................................30
Environmental specifications .............................................................. 31
Appendix B
Matrox Customer Support
How to get Matrox customer support ................................................34
Registration ...............................................................................................34
Keep up to date with our website .............................................................34
Contacting us ............................................................................................34
Index .......................................................................................... 35
Contents
1
Introducing Matrox Mojito 4K
This chapter lists the Mojito 4K
system requirements, and
describes the Mojito 4K
documentation.
2
Welcome to Matrox Mojito 4K
Matrox Mojito 4K is a quad 3G-SDI card that provides realtime monitoring and
output of video footage at resolutions ranging from SD up to 4K (4096×2160) at
59.94 fps. With support for Adobe creative tools such as Premiere Pro, After
Effects, and Photoshop, you can edit and finish your productions while ensuring
that what you see is what you are delivering. Matrox Mojito 4K provides the
highest quality video editing experience by outputting projects with 1:1 pixel
accuracy and 10-bit color precision to the monitor.
Matrox Mojito 4K supports up to eight or 16 channels of embedded SDI audio
output so that you can choose from working with a simple stereo mix to surround
sound and beyond for all your post-production needs.
System requirements
Matrox Mojito 4K requires a computer system with the following configuration:
• HP Z820 workstation with one of the following processors:
$
3.3 GHz dual quad-core Intel Xeon E5-2643 (for 4K at 29.97 fps
playback).
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2.7 GHz dual 8-core Intel Xeon E5-2680 (for 4K at 59.94 fps playback).
• Microsoft Windows 7 (64-bit) with Service Pack 1.
• 32 GB of RAM.
• One free x8 PCIe slot (x8 electrical).
• An NVIDIA GeForce GTX 780 (3 GB) display card is recommended.
Supported programs
For a complete list of the Adobe applications supported for using Matrox
Mojito 4K with the current software release, see the “Supported OS and
Applications” document provided in the “Downloads” section of the Matrox
Mojito 4K Support website at www.matrox.com/video/support.
Check our website for equipment information
For up-to-date information about system requirements and Matrox-tested
systems for Matrox Mojito 4K, check the “System Recommendations” section of
the Matrox Mojito 4K Support website at www.matrox.com/video/support.
About this manual
This manual provides you with information about installing and using your
Matrox Mojito 4K hardware and software, including how to configure supported
applications for use with Matrox Mojito 4K.
Chapter 1, Introducing Matrox Mojito 4K
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Style conventions
The following style conventions are used in this manual:
• The names of files, folders, and manuals appear in italics. For example:
$
The data is stored in the Sample.mxf file.
$
The file is located in the \Clips folder.
$
Please refer to your Matrox Mojito 4K Release Notes.
• Menus and commands that you need to choose are displayed in the form
Menu > Command . For example, File > Save means click File in the
menu bar, and then click Save in the menu that appears.
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 Mojito 4K Release
Notes.
About this manual
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Your notes
Chapter 1, Introducing Matrox Mojito 4K
2
Installing Your Matrox Mojito 4K
Hardware and Software
This chapter explains how to
install the Matrox Mojito 4K
hardware and software.
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Before installing your Matrox hardware
Read the following information carefully before attempting to install the Matrox
Mojito 4K card.
Start with a functioning system
Before attempting any Matrox Mojito 4K installation, you should have a
computer with a supported Windows operating system fully installed and
functioning smoothly. This will avoid potential problems later on.
Avoid costly damage
Static electricity from your body can damage your Matrox Mojito 4K card or
your computer. Although you may not notice it, static electricity is generated
every time you move. It’s often too small to cause a spark, but it can still cause
damage to sensitive electronic components or at least reduce their life span.
To avoid damage, please observe the following precautions:
• Do not remove your Matrox Mojito 4K card from its antistatic bag until
you’re ready to install it. Before removing the card, place the package within
easy reach of the area where you intend to perform the installation.
• You should avoid touching the chips and other components on the circuit
board. Try to handle the card by its edges.
• Try to work in an area where the relative humidity is at least 50%.
• Do not wear wool or synthetic clothing. These fabrics tend to generate more
static electricity than cotton, which is best for this kind of work.
• Turn off the power switches on your computer and its connected
components.
Once you’ve opened your computer, drain static electricity from your body by
touching a bare metal surface on your computer chassis before you install or
remove any parts of your system. If you have a grounding wrist strap, use it while
handling and installing any components in your computer.
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Setting the genlock termination switch
Matrox Mojito 4K features a genlock termination switch that must be set to 75
to terminate the reference input before installing the Mojito 4K card.
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Installing your Matrox Mojito 4K card
The Matrox Mojito 4K card is a three-quarter length PCIe (x8) card designed to
operate in your computer’s x8 (electrical) PCIe slot.
For detailed instructions on how to perform the following steps, refer to your
computer’s documentation.
1 Shut down the computer, unplug the power cord and all the cables from the
unit, and open the computer’s chassis.
2 Insert the Matrox Mojito 4K card in an available PCIe x8 (electrical) slot in
the computer, and secure the card into place.
²Caution To avoid overheating issues, don’t install the Matrox Mojito 4K
card close to another card that generates heat, such as a display card.
3 Close the computer chassis, and reconnect the power cord and all the cables
to the unit.
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Installing Matrox Mojito 4K software
Matrox Mtx.utils Setup installs the Mojito 4K device drivers, and all the software
required to use your Mojito 4K card with supported programs. The Matrox Video
for Windows (VFW) software codecs are included so that you can play back
Matrox .avi files on your Mojito 4K system. Before installing Matrox Mtx.utils,
make sure that you’ve installed the third-party software that you want to use with
Mojito 4K, such as Adobe Premiere Pro.
You can install Matrox Mtx.utils on a computer with or without the Matrox
Mojito 4K card installed. To download and install the latest version of Matrox
Mtx.utils, visit the Support section of our website at
www.matrox.com/video/support. You can also contact your Matrox
representative for the latest software.
Updating your Mojito 4K firmware
When you install Mtx.utils while your Mojito 4K card is installed in your
computer, the Mtx.utils Setup program automatically verifies the firmware on
your Mojito 4K card and updates it if required. If you install Mtx.utils on a
computer without the Mojito 4K card, the next time you start your computer with
your Mojito 4K card installed, Mtx.utils Setup will update your Mojito 4K
firmware if needed.
²Caution Do not power off your computer, or interrupt the firmware update
during the update process. Doing so may damage your Mojito 4K card.
Installing additional Matrox WYSIWYG plug-ins
or removing unneeded plug-ins
When you install Matrox Mtx.utils, you are given the option to install the Matrox
WYSIWYG plug-ins for any supported programs that are currently installed on
your system. If after you’ve installed Matrox Mtx.utils you want to install
additional Matrox WYSIWYG plug-ins, or re-install or remove a currently
installed plug-in, you can update your system by choosing Start > All
Programs > Matrox Mtx.utils > Update Matrox WYSIWYG Plug-ins.
You’ll be prompted to specify which plug-ins you want to install, re-install, or
remove. For more information about the programs supported and required
settings, see “Using the Matrox WYSIWYG plug-ins” on page 19.”
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Note To install the Matrox WYSIWYG plug-in for a program, you must first
install that program.
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Important note about sleep and hibernation
modes
Your system’s sleep and hibernation modes are not supported by the Matrox
Mtx.utils software. To avoid stability issues, disable sleep and hibernation modes
on your system after installing Matrox Mtx.utils.
Removing your Matrox Mojito 4K software
Perform the following steps to remove the Mojito 4K software from your
computer. When uninstalling the Mojito 4K software, your current Mojito 4K
settings are kept for future Mojito 4K software installations.
1 Choose Start > All Programs > Matrox Mtx.utils > Uninstall Matrox
Mtx.utils.
2 Click Next.
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Connecting External Devices to
Matrox Mojito 4K
This chapter explains how to
connect external devices to
Mojito 4K.
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Available connections
Matrox Mojito 4K offers the following connections:
• Four SDI outputs Each SDI output supports one SDI video stream. Up to
16 channels of embedded audio are supported for SD, HD, and QFHD
resolutions, and up to eight channels of embedded audio are supported for
2K and 4K resolutions.
• One REF IN connector Used to connect an analog reference input source
(tri-level sync for HD or bi-level black burst for SD).
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Matrox Mojito 4K card to an SDI video input on your monitor. You can use the
REF IN connector to connect an analog reference input source (cable not
provided).
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Video output mapping
To output QFHD or 4K video, all four SDI output connectors are required, and
each output displays one quarter of the picture as follows:
• SDI 1: Top left
• SDI 2: Top right
• SDI 3: Bottom left
• SDI 4: Bottom right
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Your notes
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Using Matrox Mojito 4K with Supported
Programs
This chapter explains how to
define various settings for
using your Mojito 4K with
supported programs.
16
Working with Adobe Premiere Pro
Matrox Mojito 4K supports all available sequence presets to output video and
audio played back in Adobe Premiere Pro. Selecting a Matrox 2K, QFHD, or 4K
preset enables full-raster H.264 intra-frame video previews in your sequence’s
video format.
Enabling output on Matrox Mojito 4K
To use your Matrox Mojito 4K hardware to output video and audio played back
in Adobe Premiere Pro, set your video and audio devices to use the Matrox
Player as follows:
1 Start Adobe Premiere Pro and either open an existing project, or create a new
project.
2 Choose Edit > Preferences > Playback.
3 From the Audio Device list, select Matrox Player.
4 Under Video Device, select Matrox Player.
5 Click Setup beside Matrox Player under Video Device, and specify your
settings for playback as explained in “Defining your playback settings” on
page 20.
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Note Closed captions in Adobe Premiere Pro are not supported on the Mojito
4K video outputs.
Selecting a sequence preset for use with
Matrox Mojito 4K
When you create a new sequence in your Adobe Premiere Pro project for use
with Matrox Mojito 4K, you can select a Matrox preset that applies settings for
rendering H.264 intra-frame previews in your sequence’s video format, and
configures the sequence to output your mono or stereo audio to appropriate SDI
output channels on your Matrox Mojito 4K hardware.
1 Choose File > New > Sequence. The New Sequence dialog box opens
on the Sequence Presets page.
2 From the list of Available Presets, expand the Matrox folder and select the
preset for the type of sequence that you want to create. For example, to
create a sequence for editing 4096×2160p (4K) @ 29.97 fps material with
mono audio, select the 4096x2160p 29.97 preset under Mono > 4K.
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Note The Matrox mono sequence presets provide eight mono audio tracks
that are mapped to the corresponding Mojito 4K SDI output channels (A1 to
channel 1, A2 to channel 2, and so on). The Matrox stereo sequence presets
provide four stereo audio tracks with each stereo pair output to two SDI output
channels (A1 to channels 1 and 2, A2 to channels 3 and 4, and so on).
3 In the Sequence Name box, specify a name for your sequence.
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4 Specify any other sequence settings that you want as explained in your
Adobe Premiere Pro documentation, and click OK to apply the settings.
Working with Adobe Prelude
To use your Matrox Mojito 4K hardware to output video and audio played back
in Adobe Prelude, set your video and audio devices to use the Matrox Player as
follows:
1 Start Adobe Prelude and either open an existing project, or create a new
project.
2 Choose Edit > Preferences > Playback.
3 From the Audio Device list, select Matrox Player.
4 Under Video Device, select Matrox Player.
5 Click Setup beside Matrox Player under Video Device, and specify your
settings for playback as explained in “Defining your playback settings” on
page 20.
Working with Adobe Encore
To use your Matrox Mojito 4K hardware to output video and audio played back
in Adobe Encore, set your video and audio devices to use the Matrox Player as
follows:
1 Start Adobe Encore and either open an existing project, or create a new
project.
2 Choose Edit > Preferences > Audio/Video Out.
3 From the Audio Device list, select Matrox Player.
4 Under Video Device, select Matrox Player.
5 Click Setup beside Matrox Player under Video Device, and specify your
settings for playback as explained in “Defining your playback settings” on
page 20.
Working with Adobe Prelude
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Working with Adobe SpeedGrade
You can use your Matrox Mojito 4K hardware to output video played back in
Adobe SpeedGrade as follows:
1 Start Adobe SpeedGrade and click Preferences (
) at the top left of the
window.
2 In the Preferences dialog box, click Playback and set the base frame rate
for the playback, such as 29.97.
3 Click Display and select Enable under Mercury Transmit.
4 From the Device list, select Matrox Player.
5 Click Setup beside Resolution and specify the video output settings you
want for previewing your video as explained in “Defining your playback
settings” on page 20.
¦
Note The resolution selected in SpeedGrade is ignored when using the
Matrox Player to output video on Mojito 4K.
6 Click OK to return to the Preferences dialog box.
For more information about using Adobe SpeedGrade, see your Adobe
SpeedGrade documentation.
Chapter 4, Using Matrox Mojito 4K with Supported Programs
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Using the Matrox WYSIWYG plug-ins
The Matrox WYSIWYG plug-ins for Adobe After Effects and Photoshop let you
preview your composition in After Effects or image in Photoshop on your video
monitor. This lets you see the exact color temperature, safe-title area, and any
interlaced artifacts as you work.
Configuring the Matrox WYSIWYG Control Panel
The Matrox WYSIWYG Control Panel lets you specify the settings you want for
previewing video on your video monitor. To use the Matrox WYSIWYG Control
Panel, right-click the
icon on your Windows taskbar. If you don’t see the
icon, check your taskbar properties and make sure that you’re showing the icons
for your Matrox applications. If you still don’t see the icon, choose Start > All
Programs > Matrox Mtx.utils > Matrox WYSIWYG Control Panel .
¦
Note By default, the Matrox WYSIWYG output to your video monitor is
enabled. To disable it, clear the Enable WYSIWYG Output option in the
Control Panel.
1 Choose Output Configuration and specify the video output settings you
want for previewing your video as explained in “Defining your playback
settings” on page 20.
2 From the Preview Type menu, select one of the following options for the
preview:
Select this to view your composition/image.
$
Video
$
Alpha Channel Select this to view only the grayscale alpha-key (matte)
information from your composition/image.
3 From the Scaling menu, select one of the following options for your preview
output:
Select this to scale your composition/image to your
selected video output format (the aspect ratio will be preserved).
$
Scale to fit
$
Original Size Select this to output your composition/image without any
scaling. The output will be centered on your video monitor, and cropped if
needed.
Required steps to use the WYSIWYG plug-ins
The following sections list the steps required to use the Matrox WYSIWYG
plug-ins for Adobe After Effects and Photoshop in order to preview video on
your video monitor.
Adobe After Effects
1 Start Adobe After Effects and import the footage you want to preview.
2 Drag the footage from the Project panel to the Composition panel.
Using the Matrox WYSIWYG plug-ins
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Adobe Photoshop
1 Start Adobe Photoshop and open the file you want to preview.
2 Choose File > Export > Matrox WYSIWYG Preview.
Defining your playback settings
The Matrox Playback Settings dialog box provides various settings that you
can use to configure your Matrox Mojito 4K video output and genlock settings.
1 If you’re using Adobe Premiere Pro, you can select Lock video output
format to ensure that the currently selected video output format won’t
change when working in your project. When this option is cleared, your
sequence’s video output may change to a different format when you open a
title or graphic in the Source Monitor or use the Multi-Camera Monitor.
¡ Important When Lock video output format is selected, you won’t be
able to change the video output format, and the currently selected format will
be applied to all sequences in your project. Therefore, make sure that you’ve
selected the video output format that you want (see step 3 below) before
selecting this option. In order to specify a different video output format for
each sequence in your project, the video output format must not be locked.
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2 Select Enable 3G Level B if you want to output 3G Level B video when
outputting1080p, 2K, QFHD, or 4K video at 50 fps or 59.94 fps. Otherwise,
3G Level A video will be output for these formats.
3 Under Video Output Format, select the format that you want for your
video output. For a list of the supported formats, see “Supported video
output formats” on page 22.
4 Under Video Bit Depth, select either 8-bit or 10-bit to indicate the bit
depth you want for your video output.
5 Under Luminance Levels, you can select any of the following options if
required:
¦
$
Allow super white Allows the highest luminance level of your video
output to exceed the standard maximum white level.
$
Allow super black Allows the lowest luminance level of your video
output to fall below the standard black level.
Note Super white and super black should not be allowed when producing
your final video production for broadcast.
6 Under Genlock Source, select one of the following:
¦
$
Internal Genlock to the Mojito 4K internal reference signal. Select this
option only if you don’t have an external video sync source.
$
Black Burst Broadcast Quality Genlock to an external analog sync
source connected to the reference input (REF IN) on Mojito 4K. This
must be a stable sync source, such as an external sync generator (bi-level
black burst for SD or tri-level sync for HD).
Note The status of your genlock source will be displayed, such as Locked
or Not Locked, to indicate whether or not Mojito 4K is presently locked to
your selected genlock source. When you change the genlock source, distorted
video and silent audio will be output until Mojito 4K locks to the new genlock
source.
7 Under Genlock Video Format, select your genlock source’s video format.
If you can’t select a video format, make sure that your genlock source
matches the specified video format. When the genlock source is set to
Internal , the genlock video format is set to the currently selected video
output format.
8 Under Advanced Genlock Settings, drag the Horizontal Delay and
Vertical Delay sliders to adjust the horizontal and vertical timing of your
video outputs with respect to your genlock source. This lets you compensate
for cable delays within your system.
9 Click OK to save your settings.
Defining your playback settings
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Supported video output formats
The following table shows the video output formats that are supported on the
Matrox Mojito 4K video outputs (same format on all outputs).
Video output format
Frame rate (fps)
Transport type
NTSC
29.97
1× SD-SDI
PAL
25
1× SD-SDI
50 or 59.94
1× HD-SDI
SD resolutions1
HD resolutions
1
720p
1080i
25 or 29.97
1× HD-SDI
1080PsF
23.98, 25, or 29.97
1× HD-SDI
1080p
23.98, 25, or 29.97
1× HD-SDI
1080p 3G Level A
50 or 59.94
1×3G-SDI Level A
1080p 3G Level B
50 or 59.94
1×3G-SDI Level B
2048×1080PsF
23.98, 25, or 29.97
1× HD-SDI
2048×1080p
23.98, 25, or 29.97
1× HD-SDI
2048×1080p 3G Level A
50 or 59.94
1×3G-SDI Level A
2048×1080p 3G Level B
50 or 59.94
1×3G-SDI Level B
3840×2160PsF
23.98, 25, or 29.97
4× HD-SDI
3840×2160p
23.98, 25, or 29.97
4× HD-SDI
3840×2160p 3G Level A
50 or 59.94
4×3G-SDI Level A
3840×2160p 3G Level B
50 or 59.94
4×3G-SDI Level B
4096×2160PsF
23.98, 25, or 29.97
4× HD-SDI
4096×2160p
23.98, 25, or 29.97
4× HD-SDI
4096×2160p 3G Level A
50 or 59.94
4×3G-SDI Level A
4096×2160p 3G Level B
50 or 59.94
4×3G-SDI Level B
2K resolutions
1
2
QFHD resolutions
4K resolutions
2
1
When outputting to an SD, HD, or 2K resolution, the video and audio are duplicated on all
outputs.
2
When outputting to a QFHD or 4K resolution, the audio is output only on the first SDI output.
Chapter 4, Using Matrox Mojito 4K with Supported Programs
5
Monitoring Your Matrox Mojito 4K
System
This chapter explains how to
use the Matrox X.info program
to display important details
about your Matrox Mojito 4K
system and installed Mojito 4K
card.
24
Using X.info to display Mojito 4K information
The Matrox X.info program lets you display information about your Matrox
Mojito 4K system and installed Mojito 4K card, and provides warnings when
certain problems arise, such as when the temperature of your Mojito 4K card
exceeds the maximum operating temperature.
Matrox X.info runs continuously to monitor your system, whenever your
computer is turned on and the Mojito 4K card is installed. You can open Matrox
X.info to display system and hardware details by double-clicking the
icon on
your Windows taskbar.
¦
Note If you do not see the icon, check your taskbar properties and make sure
that you’re showing the icon for Matrox X.info.
Displaying system information
To display information about your Matrox Mojito 4K system, select System
from the Display Information About list. On this page, you can see Install
Information, such as the install path and version of Matrox Mtx.utils.
You can also create an HTML log file of your system information, which can be
useful for troubleshooting. To create this log, use the Browse button under
System Information Log to select the path and name of the log, then click
Create . If Open file after scan is selected, the HTML system log opens after it
is created.
Chapter 5, Monitoring Your Matrox Mojito 4K System
25
If you had previously turned off certain Matrox warnings and want them to be
re-enabled, click Re-enable Warnings . For example, some Matrox warnings
provide an option to turn off the warning (that is, you can select Don’t display
this message again). Clicking Re-enable Warnings allows these warnings to
be displayed again.
Using X.info to display Mojito 4K information
26
Displaying hardware information
To display information about your Matrox Mojito 4K card, select Hardware
from the Display Information About list. This displays a page with hardware
information (for example, serial number and production date). You can also
monitor the current and maximum operating temperatures for your card
¡ Important Whether or not you have opened Matrox X.info, if your Mojito 4K
card exceeds the maximum operating temperature, you’ll receive a warning
message with further instructions as explained in “Error notification” on page 27.
Chapter 5, Monitoring Your Matrox Mojito 4K System
27
Monitoring your Mojito 4K card’s operating
temperatures
As shown in the X.info Hardware section, the Mojito 4K Card page displays
the current and maximum operating temperatures of your Mojito 4K card’s
hardware components. To avoid damage to your Mojito 4K card, make sure that
you don’t operate your card at or near the maximum temperature for a prolonged
period of time. You should target your Mojito 4K card to operate at least 10°C
below the maximum operating temperature.
You should monitor the temperature of your Mojito 4K card periodically and take
measures as needed to lower the room temperature and/or improve the ventilation
in your Mojito 4K system. If needed, move your Mojito 4K card to a PCIe slot in
your computer that is not too close to another card that generates heat, such as a
display card.
Error notification
X.info provides temperature warnings and warnings for other possible Mojito 4K
card problems. Once X.info has detected a hardware problem, the Matrox X.info
Notification dialog box will be displayed to give you details of the problem and
further instructions. You will not be able to close this dialog box until the
problem has been resolved.
Using X.info to display Mojito 4K information
28
Your notes
Chapter 5, Monitoring Your Matrox Mojito 4K System
A
Matrox Mojito 4K Specifications
This appendix provides the
Matrox Mojito 4K card
specifications.
30
General
• Video formats NTSC, PAL, 720p, 1080i/p/PsF, 2K (2048×1080)p/PsF,
QFHD (3840×2160)p/PsF, 4K (4096 ×2160)p/PsF
• Regulatory compliance
$
FCC Class A, CE Mark Class A, and ACMA Class A
$
RoHS Directive 2002/95/EC
• Matrox Mojito 4K card
$
Three-quarter length PCIe ( x8) card
$
PCB dimensions:
•
L 23.2 cm (9.125 in) × W 10.7 cm (4.2 in)
•
Overall thickness including components: 1.9 cm (0.75 in)
• Typical operating voltages and current consumption
Voltage
+3.3 V
+12 V
Current
3.0 A
1.3 A
Total power consumption: 23 watts
Connections
• SDI video outputs
$
Four simultaneous SDI outputs: SD, HD (includes 2K), and 3G Level A
or B
$
Compliant with SMPTE 259M, SMPTE 292M, SMPTE 424M, and
SMPTE 425M-AB
$
One QFHD (3840×2160 up to 59.94 fps) or 4K (4096 ×2160 up to
59.94 fps) on four SDI outputs, 4:2:2 10-bit (3G Level A or B)
$
BNC connector (75 ), terminated
$
Equalized output for maximum cable length
• Embedded audio outputs
$
Up to 16 channels of embedded audio are supported for SD, HD, and
QFHD resolutions
$
Up to eight channels of embedded audio are supported for 2K and 4K
resolutions
$
In accordance with SMPTE 272M A, B, and C (SD), and
SMPTE 299M (HD)
$
48 kHz sampling rate
$
24-bit audio streams are supported
Appendix A, Matrox Mojito 4K Specifications
31
• Genlock reference input
$
HD analog tri-level sync or SD analog bi-level black burst
$
BNC connector (75 ), terminated
Environmental specifications
• Minimum/maximum room operating temperature1: 0º to 55º C (32º to
131º F)
• Minimum/maximum storage temperature: –40º to 75º C (-40º to 167º F)
• 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)
1
This temperature range assumes that the hardware components on the card don’t exceed
the maximum operating temperature as explained in “Monitoring your Mojito 4K card’s
operating temperatures” on page 27.
Environmental specifications
32
Your notes
Appendix A, Matrox Mojito 4K Specifications
B
Matrox Customer Support
This appendix explains how
you can register your Matrox
product and obtain customer
support.
34
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
Numerics
3G Level B output, enabling 21
A
Adobe After Effects WYSIWYG plug-in
about 19
required steps 19
See also Matrox WYSIWYG plug-ins
Adobe Encore, enabling output on Mojito 4K 17
Adobe Photoshop WYSIWYG plug-in
about 19
required steps 20
See also Matrox WYSIWYG plug-ins
Adobe Prelude, enabling output on Mojito 4K 17
Adobe Premiere Pro
enabling output on Mojito 4K 16
locking video output format 20
selecting Matrox sequence preset 16
using with Mojito 4K 16
Adobe SpeedGrade, enabling output on Mojito 4K 18
After Effects WYSIWYG plug-in
See Adobe After Effects WYSIWYG plug-in
B
Bit depth, selecting for video output 21
C
Connections
available on Mojito 4K 12
video output mapping 13
Customer support 34
D
Documentation, style conventions 3
E
Encore
See Adobe Encore
Error notification, with X.info 27
F
Firmware, updating for Mojito 4K 8
G
Genlock
selecting source 21
selecting video format 21
termination switch 7
H
Hardware, Mojito 4K
before you install 6
displaying information for 26
safety precautions 6
specifications 30
warranty i
Horizontal delay, adjusting 21
I
Installing
Mojito 4K card 7
Mojito 4K software 8
Internet site, Matrox 34
L
Luminance levels, selecting for video output 21
M
Matrox
contacting us 34
WWW site 34
Matrox Mojito 4K
about 2
available connections 12
before you install 6
genlock termination switch 7
hardware specifications 30
installation safety precautions 6
installing card 7
installing software 8
monitoring operating temperature 27
supported video output formats 22
system requirements 2
video output mapping 13
36
Matrox playback settings, defining 20
Matrox Player
setting in Adobe Encore 17
setting in Adobe Prelude 17
setting in Adobe Premiere Pro 16
setting in Adobe SpeedGrade 18
Matrox WYSIWYG Control Panel, using 19
Matrox WYSIWYG plug-ins
about 19
installing 8
re-installing 8
removing 8
required steps 19
Matrox X.info
about 24
error notification 27
hardware information 26
monitoring temperatures 27
system information 24
Mojito 4K
See Matrox Mojito 4K
Monitoring your system 24
P
Photoshop WYSIWYG plug-in
See Adobe Photoshop WYSIWYG plug-in
Playback settings
See Matrox playback settings
Prelude
See Adobe Prelude
Premiere Pro
See Adobe Premiere Pro
R
Registering your Matrox product 34
S
Software, Mojito 4K
installing 8
removing 9
Specifications, Mojito 4K card 30
SpeedGrade
See Adobe SpeedGrade
Index
Super black, allowing for video output 21
Super white, allowing for video output 21
System information, displaying with X.info 24
System requirements 2
T
Technical support 34
Temperature monitoring for Mojito 4K 27
V
Vertical delay, adjusting 21
Video formats
supported on Mojito 4K outputs 22
Video output
locking format in Premiere Pro 20
selecting bit depth 21
selecting format 21
selecting luminance levels 21
supported formats 22
W
Warnings
displayed for hardware issues by X.info 27
re-enabling using X.info 25
Warranty i
WWW site, Matrox 34
WYSIWYG Control Panel
See Matrox WYSIWYG Control Panel
WYSIWYG plug-ins
See Matrox WYSIWYG plug-ins
X
X.info
See Matrox X.info
Compliance Statements
USA
FCC Compliance Statement
Remark for the Matrox hardware products supported by this guide
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to
provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate
radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. Operation of
this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference in which case the user will be required to correct the interference at his own expense.
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 the equipment and other peripherals is required to meet FCC requirements.
Canada
(English) Industry Canada Compliance Statement
CAN ICES-3 (A)/NMB-3 (A)
Remark for the Matrox hardware products supported by this guide
These digital devices do not exceed the Class A limits for radio noise emission from digital devices set out in the Radio Interference Regulation of Industry Canada.
(Français) Conformité avec les exigences de l’Industrie Canada
CAN ICES-3 (A)/NMB-3 (A)
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 A prescrites dans le Règlement sur
le brouillage radioélectrique édicté par Industrie Canada.
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 A 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 the equipment and other peripherals. These products have been tested in a typical Class A compliant host
system. It is assumed that these products will also achieve compliance in any Class A 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 A. 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 et ses
périphériques doivent être blindés. Ces produits ont été testés dans un système hôte typique compatible classe A. On suppose qu’ils présenteront la même compatibilité
dans tout système compatible classe A.
(Deutsch) Information für europäische Anwender – Konformitätserklärung
Anmerkung für die Matrox Hardware-Produktunterstützung durch dieses Handbuch
Diese Geräte entsprechen EG Direktive 2006/95/EC für ein digitales Gerät Klasse A. 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 abgeschirmte Kabel verwendet werden. Diese
Produkt wurden in einem typischen, der Klasse A entsprechenden, Host-System getestet. Es wird davon ausgegangen, daß diese Produkte auch in jedem Klasse A
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 A. 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 con cavi schermati. Questi prodotti sono stati provati
in un tipico sistema host conforme alla Classe A. Inoltre, si dà per scontato che questi prodotti acquisiranno la conformità in qualsiasi sistema conforme alla Classe A.
(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 A. 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. Estos productos han sido sometidos a prueba en un típico sistema anfitrión que responde a los requisitos de la Clase A. Se
supone que estos productos cumplirán también con las normas en cualquier sistema que responda a los requisitos de la Clase A.
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