A history of the Amiga, part 9: The Video Toaster | Ars Technica
A history of the Amiga, part 9: The Video Toaster | Ars Technica "When Jenison read about the capabilities of the Amiga in the August 1985 issue of Byte, he went straight down to the nearest Commodore dealer and bought the first Amiga 1000 that came in. He immediately created a product called DigiView that was a simple video capture device. It would take snapshots of a single frame of video and save it to a floppy disc in the Amiga’s 4096-color HAM mode."
Labels: amiga, apple vs. amiga, video toaster