Rainbow Runner Studio for the Millennium II

The Rainbow Runner Studio from Matrox lets you capture and edit high-quality video with full-motion JPEG. It supports PAL, NTSC and SEACAM, and video can be captured from your camcorder, TV or VCR and imported to your PC. The Rainbow Runner also supports full MPEG1 playback.

The Rainbow Runner Studio uses the dual-ported RAM of the Millennium II graphics card. The large frame buffer and high WRAM bandwidth make it posible for larger video window sizes at the same resolutions as the Mystique version of the Rainbow Runner Studio. 21in monitors are supported by the availability of larger desktop resolutions and colour depths.

Software included is Ulead MediaStudio Pro VE 5.02, Ulead iPhoto Express, VDOnet VDOPhone and Ulead MPEG1 Encoder.

The Rainbow Runner Studio for Millenium II has a RRP of $535 and is available now, distributed by Focal Point Computing (phone 02 9925 0388 or 03 9525 1144).

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