Matrox MXO2 Mini Just Might Be the Missing Link

Studiodaily blogs by Scott Simmons

If you look down under the “Categories” listing on the left side of this blog you’ll see the “Useful Tools” category. This is a category that I have long used to post links to interesting software/hardware/products that look like they would be handy in the editor’s toolkit. The tools are usually software, sometimes hardware. On occasion it might be a website or web tool that might make our lives easier. Today’s link isn’t just to a piece of hardware but rather to a link on how best to use it, which I found on the Videoguys site via Twitter.

The tweet, “Matrox MXO2 Mini is the Missing Link in Your Tapeless Editing Workflow: Avid, Adobe and Apple NLE support,” caught my eye, as the Matrox MXO2 Mini really is a useful tool. I clicked over to the link page and the folks at Videoguys, a long-time dealer of editing software and hardware, sum it up well. Sure, they are also selling the MXO2 Mini, but after 25 years in this business, they know a thing or two about what we do and what we need. Check out what they have to say here.

I’ve had one of these units on loan from Matrox for a couple of months to test out its usability and usefulness. I had planned to use it mainly as a monitoring solution for Avid Media Composer read more...

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