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Matrox MXO2 LE

Great Deal: $995.00

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Overall 10

I would buy this product again.

Nick, B&H Photo
23 November 2013
  • Excerpt: Great unit. Much better buying this unit than the one without the Thunderbolt.
  • Pros: Easy To Collaborate Across Programs, Versatile
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Overall 10

MX02 LE works wonders

Craig, B&H Photo
17 April 2013
  • Excerpt: This has solved a whole bunch of processing problems. This item was the link for a major project that initially seemed difficult.
  • Pros: Easy To Install, Fast, Highly Compatible, Quiet, Reliable
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Overall 10


jake, B&H Photo
13 February 2013
Overall 2

Mongo no like

Mongo, B&H Photo
16 May 2012
  • Excerpt: * Can't use it's own compression hardware to compress it's own output * Has connectors on at least one too many sides * Doesn't have a light bulb to tell you it's on on the front. It's inside * Has vents on the side so you can't put anything next to it. * connectors between it and the expresscard/thunderbolt/pciecard adapter do not positively forbid being plugged in upside.
  • Pros: Hasn't blown up yet
  • Cons: Expensive, Hasn't blown up yet
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Overall 10

Great multi purpose tool

R, B&H Photo
31 March 2012
  • Excerpt: The Matrox MX02 LE w/max has more than one use. I have hooked up to Sat trucks on site and played VNR's directly from the FCP7 and Avid MC6 timeline. No matter what your timeline is set to, you can set the MX 02 LE to convert to the format the Sat truck asks for. Color grading works greats as well. Once the feed to the truck has taken place, clients want the clip online. With max, you can do this quickly and with high quality.
  • Pros: Easy To Install, Fast, Highly Compatible, Quiet, Reliable
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Overall 10

Excellent quality, easy installation

Andy, B&H Photo
27 February 2012
  • Excerpt: We use this product to support live Flash streaming and it performs reliably.
  • Pros: Easy To Use, Highly Compatible, Improves Performance, Professional Quality
  • Cons: Pricey / Poor Value
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Overall 8

Reliable, easy-to-use for streaming

Order, B&H Photo
15 February 2012
  • Excerpt: We are using the MX02LE with a Mac Mini to do 24/7 web streaming from an SDI camera. So far, after 2 weeks, the Matrox has been bullet proof. Love the sundry of input and output options for the price! Also, at this point, one of the few SDI capable interfaces with Thunderbolt capability already on the market.
  • Pros: Compact Design, Easy To Use, Professional Quality
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Overall 10


Wheeles, B&H Photo
20 December 2011
  • Excerpt: Have used the AVID Mojo DX since It's inception. Workks great if all you use is AVID. Apples to apples the MXO does everything the Mojo DX does at one quarter the price. Not only with AVID but also all Adobe products. Plus, with the HDMI Monitor Calibration Tool and it's a homerun.
  • Pros: Compact Design, Easy To Use, Highly Compatible, Lightweight, Professional Quality
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Overall 4

Wait until Matrox gets it right

PM, B&H Photo
8 December 2011
  • Excerpt: As Matrox has been known to do, they release products before they are ready. I bought this unit based on my experience with the Axio card. I'm using it with Premiere 5.5. When running a Matrox project, it tends to be slugish, buggy and you have to use legacy drivers for your graphic card or else you really run into problems. You really notice the difference when you switch to a Premiere project. It's fast, responsive and isn't tempermental.
  • Pros: Compact Design, Easy To Use
  • Cons: Poor Performance, Unreliable
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Overall 8

Nice but...

Rumpot, B&H Photo
14 October 2011
  • Excerpt: Works great in FCS3, but after FCPX came out I was planning on transitioning to Adobe PPro, but integration is lackluster and 23.98 is psf only, After Effects does not display the proper PAR for DVCPro 1080 on ext monitor.
  • Pros: Customer support, Easy To Install, Quiet
  • Cons: Not ready for CS55
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