ID #3230

Rombo: Vidi-Amiga 12

Connection: Parallel Port




Image of Vidi 12 Box, Front - 196K
Image of Vidi 12 Box, Back - 254K
Hi Res Version of full set - 134K
Hi Res Version of Vidi 12 - 122K
Hi Res Version of Profiles - 225K
Image of PCB A, Front - 149K
Image of PCB A, Front - 172K
Image of PCB B, Front - 85K
Image of PCB B, Front - 95K

The Vidi-Amiga 12 is a video digitizer which connects to the parallel port of the Amiga. It is capable of capturing realtime video in up to 16 grey-scales, or colour stills at up to 4096 colours (HAM-6) or 262,144 colours (HAM-8) from either a PAL or an NTSC source including SVHS. Sizes can be captured at up to 640x512 for PAL and 640 x 400 for NTSC. An absolutely still image is required for colour grabs, because the red, green and blue components are captured independantly then overlaid within the software. Fast processors not only improve the speed of the capture but increase the tolerance of a bad quality video source. Early models were supplied with a separate power supply, however the later models also connected to the floppy drive port for their power source.

Please see the Vidi-Amiga 12RT and Vidi-Amiga 12SV

Contributions to this page by:
Peter Gordon, Takahasi Kasiko

Letzte Änderung des Artikels: 2009-01-25 17:27
Revision: 1.0

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