Amiga Hardware Database Expansion cards



Maxigen II
Company
Newtronic Technologies, Italy
 Date
1994
 Amiga
any Amiga
 Interface
RGB port
 
    genlock
  • composite and Y/C inputs and outputs
  • the input has to be selected manually by a switch
  • connecting both Y/C and composite signals simultaneously to the genlock results in garbled output
  • genlocked mode - colour zero is transparent, all others float above the live video backdrop
  • crossfade mode - either Amiga or video is shown solid, which can be crossfaded with the fader knob
  • inverse mode (keyhole effect) - colour zero is solid, all other colours produce holes
  • saturation knob for on the fly b/w to colour transitions
  • adjustable RGB levels of the incoming Amiga signal
  • adjustable RGB levels, horizontal and vertical sync of the outgoing video signal
  • no bypass circuit - the RGB monitor passthrough can only display the same image as is being sent via the video out
  • metallic case



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