Matrox announced the arrival of its enhanced High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection (HDCP) support Wednesday. According to the company, the enhancements will simplify the integration of copy-protected sources in video-wall designs. Available via the Matrox Mura 3.04 driver, this new development enables OEMs and system integrators to pair Matrox Mura IPX capture cards and Matrox D-Series multi-display boards to capture and display multiple 4K HDCP sources across multi-4K video walls.
HDCP is a security feature designed to protect digital entertainment content by transmitting HDCP-encrypted signals between authorized transmitters and receivers. Matrox-based video wall controllers ensure signal delivery between multiple sources — including set-top boxes, Blu-ray disc and media players, video game consoles and more. Video-wall designers are now equipped to meet any multichannel requirement, according to Matrox, by combining multiple Mura IPX and D-Series cards with QuadHead2Go multimonitor controllers. The company says this supports a myriad of 4K HDCP sources across an ultra-large video wall of up to 64 full HD screens.
The Matrox Mura 3.04 driver is available now.