connects to: PCMCIA
Top of VideoMaster
Back of VideoMaster
PCB back
PCB Front
Videomaster unit
Hi Res version,
- 2448 x 3264, 2,329K
Image of Box
- 1468 x 972, 229K
Screenshot of software
- 320 x 256, 15K
Hi Res version, Connectors
- 3613 x 2737, 1,305K
Hi Res version, PCB back
- 3017 x 2793, 1,997K
Hi Res version, PCB Front
- 3121 x 2925, 2,362K
Hi Res version, Set
- 3593 x 2949, 1,441K
Hi Res version, Videomaster unit
- 2824 x 2813, 1,269K
Hi Res version, Disk
- 1062 x 1114, 555K

A Framegrabber which plugs into the PCMCIA slot of the A600 and A1200 and is capable of capturing video at 160x100 in 16 greyscales, or 640x400 stills in 4096 colours. It supports both PAL and NTSC. The unit also has two audio in RCA connectors, and may be capable of digitizing audio aswell, but this has not been confirmed. Apparently the software for this unit was originally written for the Atari ST, then ported to the Amiga. Apparently animations were written to disk in a custom file format, but a converter was supplied to covert the animations into the ANIM-5 (IFF Animation) format for viewing in other applications such as DPaint or PPaint.


Page contributors: Colin Thompson, Gerrit Ekkel (Junior), Konrad Popp, Troels83
Updated: 2/20/2017 . Added: 12/22/2004