Guess it's time to try to chat directly with Adobe Tech or Presonus...
You'll find a somewhat bitter taste for Matrox products round these parts because of their history with PP. Few of us use or even recommend Matrox.
..chat directly with Adobe Tech...
You probably won't gain anything but more frustration
by 'chatting with Adobe Tech'... either online or by phone.
They won't know diddly about Matrox.
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In your preference box go to Playback instead of Hardware and you should be able to select it from there.
Edit>Preferences>Playback>Audio Device (Drop down menu)
I thought I was being clever by getting the MXO2.
I'm stuck with it now, but what's the "Right" way of getting a correct signal to my HDMI LCD HD TV?
But yeah, it's been a hassle ever since I got it. VideoGuys (from whom I bought it and are normally very nice) were quick to wash their hands of me and the product. I thought I'd have a lot of support from them, since they recommended it, but they passed me off and never looked back.
But the good news is, thanks to this forum, I now have video and audio live from my timeline.
It's great to hear that you got it rolling. You may have to notice some that users dislike some type of hardware and quickly dismiss the case to that. That is the nature of these forums. Some people just like to post without the technical answer to the question. Those are individual sentiments which may not address your question. Good luck!!!
I had another question, if you don't mind: Right now, in AE>Preferences>Video Preview, I have my Output Device is set to IEEE1394(OHCI Compliant), and the Output Mode is set to IEEE 1394 NTSC.
This gives me an Frame Size of 720x480 - not HD. But that's all IEEE1394 is capible of, right?
My only other option is to change the Device to Computer Monitor Only.
How do I get a full HD Frame Size out of AE? Or does size really matter (sorry)?
The above setup still applies: Matrox MXO2 Mini w/Max, CS6, Version 188.8.131.52