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Matrox MXO overcomes these obstacles with the Matrox MXO-DVI method of using a DVI port (or Mini DisplayPort with an adapter) in a unique way. You may think that Matrox MXO works as a scan converter, but that is not the case. Matrox MXO-DVI turns the DVI connection into a “bus” that intercepts the video and audio before the graphics card can affect any part of the signal. The original YUV video is routed to the MXO device which can output it to an HD monitor or a VTR via SDI or analog in true YUV format. The MXO device also processes the video to ensure that what you see on your DVI monitor is, in fact, a true representation of your original video. You see accurate color including super black and super white, the elimination of interlacing artifacts, and the true frame rate. Additional tools are provided to ensure optimum viewing on the DVI display including pixel-to-pixel mapping and a "virtual bezel" adjustment.The Matrox MXO color calibration utility works in conjunction with your DVI monitor’s look-up-table (LUT) to, in effect, turn your DVI monitor into a broadcast monitor. Matrox MXO lets you adjust and control your DVI monitor exactly like you would a broadcast HD/SD monitor.