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    I had (and still have) a G450 PCI in a box here (I took it out when getting rid of the computer as I thought it could serve as a second card... it never did)... as well as a Parhelia in my Dual Xeon.... ... 18-or so years ago that sounded cool... It is still working though.
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    I may still have a Matrox Millenium PCI somewhere...
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    I still have my original Mystique 220 + RoadRunner.
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    I think I must have my Mystique 170 somewhere.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr Mordrid View Post
    I still have my original Mystique 220 + RoadRunner.
    Something felt off here... but my memory also let me down, so I googled it: Rainbow Runner!
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    I have G200 both in my Proliant ML350 G6 ESX (dual Xeons but only one CPU) and in my Supermicro X9SCM FreeNAS.

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    But those are on the MB right, not by choice?
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    Having a Matrox positively influenced my choice of motherboard, server. Latter generations no longer have them.

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    I didn't buy many Matrox cards, I earnt them

    But I did just this week buy an M3D at long last! (only took me 20 years)
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    I had a Millenium, great 2D card, an M3D..... no comment. And a G200, which was awesome at the time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VJ View Post
    Something felt off here... but my memory also let me down, so I googled it: Rainbow Runner!
    Gaah...autocorrect got me and I didn't notice
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    I think I remember Doc having Amigas with Genlocks... jealous
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    Quote Originally Posted by Umfriend View Post
    I think I remember Doc having Amigas with Genlocks... jealous
    And 2 Video Toasters, both of which still work.

    Stayed with Ulead betas until MediaStudio Pro was discontinued, then did Premiere 6/6.5 and the first round of Premiere Pro. Found it disgusting, and since Adobe has done nothing but regularly shoot itself in both feet.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr Mordrid View Post
    And 2 Video Toasters, both of which still work.

    Stayed with Ulead betas until MediaStudio Pro was discontinued, then did Premiere 6/6.5 and the first round of Premiere Pro. Found it disgusting, and since Adobe has done nothing but regularly shoot itself in both feet.
    I went to Sony Vegas which was quite good except there was no Smartrender for AVCHD files. Takes forever to render out a file compared to Smartrender on MSPRO and miniDV files.
    Don't do much video work these days.
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    Quote Originally Posted by paulw View Post
    I went to Sony Vegas which was quite good except there was no Smartrender for AVCHD files. Takes forever to render out a file compared to Smartrender on MSPRO and miniDV files.

    Don't do much video work these days.
    I'm mostly on Linux and there are now a ton of good editors for it.

    Lightworks is a really good cross-platform pro package with a free version that's output resolution limited.



    A freeware Linux editor called Flowblade uses proxy files and is written in Python.

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