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Matrox_Support_Joe
PostPosted: Mon Apr 20, 2015 8:38 am    Post subject:

You're welcome Dominik.
DWagerer
PostPosted: Sat Apr 18, 2015 3:21 am    Post subject: Re: How can I stream on Yosemite?

Hi Joe,

works fine! Thanks a lot!

Greets,
Dominik


Matrox_Support_Joe wrote:
Dwagerer wrote:
Hi Joe,

I?m using Yosemite OS X 10.10.3.

I want to stream live on YouTube using Flash Media Live Encoder, because YouTube proposed it. So I installed the application and recognized that FMLE doesn't find my MXO2.

After searching threw the forum i found this chat and i realized that my current driver version (latest) doesn't support FMLE Sad

Is there any possibility to play out my plan with my current software configuration. Or is it better to install Snow Leopard on a second partition and use older drivers?


For AFMLE, the best option is to setup a 2nd partition on your HD:

1. Create an extra boot partition on your hard drive.
Instructional video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bea0iNuP5yE

2. Install MAC OSX Lion 10.7.5 or Mountain Lion 10.8.5 on the new partition.

3. Setup your partitions as follows:

    - Boot 1 (existing partition): 10.10.3

    - Boot 2 (new partition): 10.7.5 or 10.8.5 / AFMLE / Matrox 2.6.1.0001

4. To choose which partition to boot from, hold the 'Alt/Option' key on your MAC when you hear the MAC boot-up sound at startup.
Matrox_Support_Joe
PostPosted: Mon Apr 13, 2015 8:39 am    Post subject: Re: How can I stream on Yosemite?

Dwagerer wrote:
Hi Joe,

I?m using Yosemite OS X 10.10.3.

I want to stream live on YouTube using Flash Media Live Encoder, because YouTube proposed it. So I installed the application and recognized that FMLE doesn't find my MXO2.

After searching threw the forum i found this chat and i realized that my current driver version (latest) doesn't support FMLE Sad

Is there any possibility to play out my plan with my current software configuration. Or is it better to install Snow Leopard on a second partition and use older drivers?


For AFMLE, the best option is to setup a 2nd partition on your HD:

1. Create an extra boot partition on your hard drive.
Instructional video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bea0iNuP5yE

2. Install MAC OSX Lion 10.7.5 or Mountain Lion 10.8.5 on the new partition.

3. Setup your partitions as follows:

    - Boot 1 (existing partition): 10.10.3

    - Boot 2 (new partition): 10.7.5 or 10.8.5 / AFMLE / Matrox 2.6.1.0001

4. To choose which partition to boot from, hold the 'Alt/Option' key on your MAC when you hear the MAC boot-up sound at startup.
Dwagerer
PostPosted: Sat Apr 11, 2015 8:02 am    Post subject: Re: How can I stream on Yosemite?

Hi Joe,

I?m using Yosemite OS X 10.10.3.

I want to stream live on YouTube using Flash Media Live Encoder, because YouTube proposed it. So I installed the application and recognized that FMLE doesn't find my MXO2.

After searching threw the forum i found this chat and i realized that my current driver version (latest) doesn't support FMLE Sad

Is there any possibility to play out my plan with my current software configuration. Or is it better to install Snow Leopard on a second partition and use older drivers?


Matrox_Support_Joe wrote:
DWagerer wrote:
Hi,

why do the actual release do not support QuickTime based applications?

How can I stream with my MXO2 mini?

Greets,
Dominik


Hi Dominik,

Which streaming application do you with to use with your MXO2? What is your current MAC OSX version?

If you are running Yosemite with Wirecast 6, then we can provide you with a special driver build.

Driver support levels are decided by our product management team along with developers after considering many factors. The last official MXO2 Quicktime-based driver (2.6.1) was supported by Lion or Mountain Lion. As of Mavericks, our MXO2 drivers have been focused on supporting the latest versions of Adobe, Avid and FCP X versions, which are based on AV Foundation, not Quicktime.
Matrox_Support_Joe
PostPosted: Fri Apr 10, 2015 9:55 am    Post subject: Re: How can I stream on Yosemite?

DWagerer wrote:
Hi,

why do the actual release do not support QuickTime based applications?

How can I stream with my MXO2 mini?

Greets,
Dominik


Hi Dominik,

Which streaming application do you with to use with your MXO2? What is your current MAC OSX version?

If you are running Yosemite with Wirecast 6, then we can provide you with a special driver build.

Driver support levels are decided by our product management team along with developers after considering many factors. The last official MXO2 Quicktime-based driver (2.6.1) was supported by Lion or Mountain Lion. As of Mavericks, our MXO2 drivers have been focused on supporting the latest versions of Adobe, Avid and FCP X versions, which are based on AV Foundation, not Quicktime.
DWagerer
PostPosted: Fri Apr 10, 2015 3:36 am    Post subject: How can I stream on Yosemite?

Hi,

why do the actual release do not support QuickTime based applications?

How can I stream with my MXO2 mini?

Greets,
Dominik
Matrox_Support_Vic
PostPosted: Tue Oct 21, 2014 8:18 am    Post subject:

Hello Chuck L,

This is the official list of applications and operating systems we tested with our current build:

http://matrox.com/video/media/pdf/support/mac/mxo2/doc/en_Matrox_MXO2_Supported_OS_and_Applications_4_2.pdf

Either the dock or the thunderbolt adapter would work here with the MBP.

With regards to the latest Mac OS Yosemite, we released the following:
To all Matrox CompressHD, MXO2 Family, and Mojito MAX users,

With the upcoming release of Mac OS X Yosemite v10.10, CompressHD, MXO2 Family, and MojitoMAX utilities will no longer be supporting QuickTime based applications. These would include applications such as:

- Apple Final Cut Pro v7.0.3, Color 1.5, Soundtrack Pro 3
- Apple QuickTime Broadcaster
- Adobe Flash Media Live Encoder
- Telestream Wirecast
- Telestream Episode
- Boinx Software BoinxTV
- Softron MovieRecorder
- ToolsOnAir

Users that want continued support for QuickTime based applications, please remain with Mac OS X Lion v10.7.5, Mountain Lion 10.8.5, or Mavericks 10.9.X (using specific Matrox Utilities beta software for Mavericks OS X).

As for Mac OS X Yosemite v10.10, our upcoming Matrox Utilities v4.5 software will be supporting the following applications: Apple Final Cut Pro X, Apple Compressor, Adobe CC, and Avid Media Composer.

Best Regards,
Matrox Video Technical Support
Chuck L
PostPosted: Mon Oct 20, 2014 9:24 pm    Post subject: MX02 Dock + MX02 Mini w/MAX on Mavericks

Hi - I have been using Mini MX02+MAX on MacPro 10.7.5 for years now. Im looking to move editing to MacBookPro with the DOCK and the Mini.
Before I invest in a DOCK, I need to know:

Q: Does the current software suite support Mavericks 10.9.5 with FCP-X 10.1.3 and Compressor 4.1.3 ?

[Your software version 4.2.0 lists only FCP-X 10.1.1 and Comp 4.1.1]

Q: Are you planning to bypass the latest Apple updates on 10.9.5 and target Yosemite ?

[Im not sure I want to go to Yosemite - I prefer Zion..
not clear what lack of support on Quicktime this may have ...] Question

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