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software Classic   software Classic : Open Video Toaster reaches an Agreement with with Visual Inspirations
   posted by DiscreetFX on 11-Mar-2012 0:19:47 (1405 reads)
We are very happy to report Open Video Toaster has reached an Agreement with Visual Inspirations to release all their Amiga Video Toaster software for free on

www.openvideotoaster.org

Get great software that used to cost hundreds and hundreds of dollars for free if you own an Amiga Video Toaster 4000 and/or Flyer.


Visual Inspirations was started by CEO Jeff White in 1993 and initially focused on making the relatively new technology of 3D animation & digital video more automated and accessible on the Amiga Video Toaster Flyer. Clients have included companies such as Warner Bros, Fox, Microsoft, NASA, Ford, and General Motors just to name a few.

In 2008 they turned thier efforts towards video games and ran across the Unity 3D game engine. They found they were able to blend this package and it's ####nal of tools with our own technology to develop games and animations more effectively; they basically built a game engine on top of a game engine!

Look for Visual Inspirations suite of powerful cool Amiga video tools like Control Tower, Decision Maker, some great plugins for ImageFX and more, downloadable for free from openvideotoaster.org soon.

Please check out Visual Inspirations latest games developments via the link below.

http://www.vionline.com/index.html
    

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Re: Open Video Toaster reaches an Agreement with with Visual
Posted on 11-Mar-2012 3:37:47
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@DiscreetFX:

That's great news, many thanks.

@admins:

>They found they were able to blend this package and it's ####nal of tools with our own technology to develop games and animations more effectively; they basically built a game engine on top of a game engine!

This profanity filter is brain-dead, it inflicts corruption on innocuous posts. Can it please be either fixed or disabled?

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Re: Open Video Toaster reaches an Agreement with with Visual
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Open Video Toaster gives you the freedom to peer review and update the source code to your AmigaOS 4.x, MorphOS or AROS video editing solution.


Will the whole package, no matter how old be really ported to NGs?


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VT contains a lot mixed code, 680x0 assembler mixed whit C, plus hw dependencies, so its a lot of work, its not uncommon optimize part of code for speed.
I guess its easier to keep it 680x0 and just make it run on NG systems, instead of going all the way and rewrite it to C, and or optimize some routines powerpc assembler.

Anyway you probably need fast computer to do the same effect real time in 1080p

Oh and we dont really have any support for video capture support, no camera or web cam support.

The only thing we do have that can be used as a video capture source is the tv-cards, but we dont have api for it.

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