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JuanPC
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Maxtrox MAX Codec support

Post by JuanPC » Sun Jul 02, 2017 7:52 am

Please describe what you would like to see added to HandBrake:
Matrox MAX h264 Codec support
Also support for NVENC Hardware h264 like Open Broadcast Software, mediacoderhq.com, gilisoft video converter, adobe media encoder, etc...

Why would you like to see this added:
Hardware h264 encoder FPGA, & GPU
Faster
CompressHD pcie or Mojito MAX pcie
http://www.matrox.com/video/en/solution ... a_encoder/

Adobe Media Encoder CC 2017.1.2 has dropped support... since CC 2014, probably when the Mercury Engine was introduced...
Works with CS6 and probably with CC 7.0 "CC 1 / 2013"

What version of HandBrake are you currently running:
1.0.7

What operating system and version and you currently running (e.g. OSX 10.11, Windows 7, Ubuntu 14):
Windows 8.1 x64


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Installation instructions:
Important: If you have Matrox software for MXO2 installed with an earlier supported version of your video editing application, you must uninstall your Matrox software before upgrading your video editing software.

You can install Matrox Mtx.utils on a computer with or without the MXO2 hardware connected. If you want to use MXO2 with a supported video editing application, make sure that the currently supported version of that application is installed BEFORE installing Matrox Mtx.utils. Adobe Premiere Pro must be installed if you want to use Adobe Mercury Transmit for playback on your Matrox hardware with Adobe Prelude. You should also install any other third-party programs for which you want to install the Matrox WYSIWYG plug-ins, such as Adobe After Effects, Adobe Photoshop, and eyeon Fusion.

Uninstall any previous version of Matrox Mtx.utils, and if needed, install the currently supported
Supported OS and applications for
Matrox MXO2 with Mtx.utils 8.0
This document lists the operating system(s) and third-party applications this Matrox
product supports at the time of its official release. For the most current information on
supported applications, please refer to the Matrox forum:
http://forum.matrox.com/mxo/viewforum.php?f=49
Operating system
• Microsoft Windows 8.1 (64-bit).
• Microsoft Windows 7 (64-bit).
Applications
• Adobe CC applications (2015 release):
o Premiere Pro 9.0, Media Encoder 9.0, SpeedGrade 9.0, Prelude 4.0, After
Effects 13.5, Audition 8.0, and Photoshop 16.0.
• Adobe CS6 applications:
o Premiere Pro 6.0.5, Media Encoder 6.0.3, Encore 6.0.2, Prelude 1.0.3, After
Effects 11.0.4, Audition 5.0.2, and Photoshop 13.0.1.
• Avid Media Composer 8.4, 8.3, 8.2, 8.1, 8.0, 7.0.4.1, and 6.5.4.4; Symphony
6.5.4.1; and NewsCutter 11.0, 10.5.4, and 10.0.4.
• Autodesk 3ds Max 2013.
• Autodesk Combustion 2008 (32-bit only).
• eyeon Fusion 6.4.
• NewTek LightWave 3D 11.5.
• Adobe Flash Media Live Encoder 3.2.
• Microsoft Expression Encoder 4.0.4.
• Telestream Wirecast Studio and Telestream Wirecast Pro 6.0.4 and 5.0.3.
• StudioCoast vMix 15.0.
• Adobe Connect.
• Microsoft Skype.
• Citrix GoToMeeting.
• Metus INGEST 4.0.1.3.
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Version:
8.0.0.15342
Release date:
2015-07-21

ftp://ftp.matrox.com/pub/video/doc/Matr ... es_8.0.pdf
ftp://ftp.matrox.com/pub/video/doc/Matr ... de_8.0.pdf
ftp://ftp.matrox.com/pub/video/doc/Matr ... 0Guide.pdf
ftp://ftp.matrox.com/pub/video/doc/Supp ... _8.0.0.pdf

ftp://redirect:r45j99t3@video.matrox.co ... xUtils.zip
ftp://redirect:r45j99t3@video.matrox.co ... tterns.zip
Windows 8.1 x64
Installs Matrox Mtx.utils version 8.0 (build 15342) for Windows. This release supports Adobe CC: 2015 release and CS6, Avid editing applications, and Telestream Wirecast. For a complete list of supported applications, see the documentation for this release.

Note: This version of Mtx.utils installs software for your MXO2 product as well as the Matrox CompressHD card so that you can use your MXO2 hardware with CompressHD. If you want to use a Matrox Convert DVI product with MXO2 on the same system, you must install Matrox MtxConvert.utils instead of Mtx.utils (see the Combo Software download provided for your Convert DVI product).

For a complete list of supported operating systems and applications for use with this release, see the Supported OS and Applications document.
What's new in this release:
Microsoft Windows 8.1 (64-bit)
This release resolves specific customer issues, ensures compatibility with the latest supported applications, and improves overall product stabily.
Note: This release of Matrox Mtx.utils installs software for your Matrox MXO2 product as well as the Matrox CompressHD card. You can therefore use your MXO2 hardware with CompressHD. If you want to use a Matrox Convert DVI product with MXO2 on the same system, you must install Matrox MtxConvert.utils instead of Matrox Mtx.utils. Matrox MtxConvert.utils is available in the “Downloads” section of the Matrox Support website under “Combo Software” for your Convert DVI product.

Installation instructions:
Important: If you have Matrox software for MXO2 installed with an earlier supported version of your video editing application, you must uninstall your Matrox software before upgrading your video editing software.

You can install Matrox Mtx.utils on a computer with or without the MXO2 hardware connected. If you want to use MXO2 with a supported video editing application, make sure that the currently supported version of that application is installed before installing Matrox Mtx.utils. Adobe Premiere Pro must be installed if you want to use Adobe Mercury Transmit for playback on your Matrox hardware with Adobe Prelude. You should also install any other third-party programs for which you want to install the Matrox WYSIWYG plug-ins, such as Adobe After Effects, Adobe Photoshop, and eyeon Fusion.

Uninstall any previous version of Matrox Mtx.utils, and if needed, install the currently supported version of your video editing software.
Download the following file to your hard drive:
MtxUtils_80.zip (156 MB)

Note: When server traffic is heavy, you may be prompted to enter your user name and password to connect to the Matrox FTP server. This indicates that the maximum connection limit to the server has been reached. If this happens, click Cancel in the displayed dialog box, and then try the download again later.
Run the downloaded file and follow the onscreen instructions to install Matrox Mtx.utils.
If you want to set up Matrox wipes in your Adobe Premiere Pro sequences, download the following file to your hard drive:
MtxFxPatterns.zip (463 MB)
Run the downloaded file and follow the onscreen instructions to install the Matrox effect patterns.
Note: When installing Matrox Mtx.utils, Windows 7 will check the Microsoft Windows Update website for the latest device drivers, which will slow down the installation. To prevent this, click the status message that appears in the Windows notification area during the driver installation, and in the displayed dialog box, click "Skip obtaining driver software from Windows Update."

For more information about installing Matrox Mtx.utils and other Matrox MXO2 software, see your Matrox MXO2 Installation and User Guide.
Last edited by JuanPC on Mon Jul 10, 2017 5:10 pm, edited 1 time in total.

JuanPC
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Re: Maxtrox MAX Codec support

Post by JuanPC » Mon Jul 10, 2017 7:55 am


Woodstock
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Re: Maxtrox MAX Codec support

Post by Woodstock » Mon Jul 10, 2017 1:38 pm

This suggestion needs to be made "up stream", probably to the libav project.

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