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Old 07-25-2013, 07:44 PM   #1
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Default Matrox MXO2 and Edius Pro 7

I have a question: the box Matrox MXO2 normal (no MAX) will be supported by future driver Edius Pro 7 and, if yes, these drivers will be downloaded from Grass Valley site or from the Matrox site? Thanks to all.
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Old 07-26-2013, 02:47 AM   #2
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I don't think there will be drivers as such. The EDIUS 7 update installation will make it happen
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Old 07-26-2013, 11:33 AM   #3
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The support is currently only the MX02 LE (which I assume include the MX02 LE MAX, although with no support for the MAX part). I do not have an MX02 normal but have tried with an MX02 Mini and it does not work. I assume this means it will ONLY work with the LE.

I have not yet had confirmation that support will be extended to ALL MX02s and the Mojitos. I saw something which said capture support would be added to the MX02 LE in the future.

To get the LE going you have to install the Matrox drivers (I used 7.5) and then the EDIUS connection is installed when you install EDIUS.
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The support is currently only the MX02 LE (which I assume include the MX02 LE MAX, although with no support for the MAX part). I do not have an MX02 normal but have tried with an MX02 Mini and it does not work. I assume this means it will ONLY work with the LE.

I have not yet had confirmation that support will be extended to ALL MX02s and the Mojitos. I saw something which said capture support would be added to the MX02 LE in the future.

To get the LE going you have to install the Matrox drivers (I used 7.5) and then the EDIUS connection is installed when you install EDIUS.
Hello guys,

Do you have any news regarding this question?
I'm interested in MXO2 Rack and DSX LE?

Thanks in advance
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These are the supported Matrox boxes
MXO2 LE
MXO2 Mini

And from what I can gather they now actually work with the latest Edius update
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As Adbear says only the MX02 Mini (and Mini MAX, although the MAX bit does nothing with EDIUS) and the LE currently are supported. I have not got any of the others to test so I do not know if they appear but are not officially supported are just don't appear in EDIUS.
I have had not concrete info on when they will be supported although I was told "1st quarter of 2014" by one source.
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As Adbear says only the MX02 Mini (and Mini MAX, although the MAX bit does nothing with EDIUS) and the LE currently are supported. I have not got any of the others to test so I do not know if they appear but are not officially supported are just don't appear in EDIUS.
I have had not concrete info on when they will be supported although I was told "1st quarter of 2014" by one source.
Thanks guys.

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