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MediaPhile
Company
Interactive Microsystems, USA
 Date
1988-1993
 Amiga
any Amiga
 Interface
serial port
 
    video edit controller
  • the MediaPhile Desktop Video System product line contains various hardware and software combinations
  • the hardware may be just an infra-red controller or a device capable of controlling video decks with Control-L, Visca, RS-232 or RS-422 terminals
  • MediaPhile 1.0
    • 1× infra-red port
  • MediaPhile 2.0A
    • 2× serial outputs for Sony S-Port and JVC Swap-Control
    • 1× infra-red port
  • MediaPhile 2.0P
    • 2× MediaPhile input ports (tape counter pulse)
    • 3× serial outputs for Sony S-Port and JVC Swap-Control
    • 1× GPI trigger output
  • MediaPhile 2.0S
    • 2× serial inputs for Control-L and Lanc
    • 3× serial outputs for Sony S-Port and JVC Swap-Control
    • 2× time code inputs
    • 1× GPI trigger output
  • MediaPhile 3.0S/P
    • 4× serial ports for RS-422/232 and Lanc
    • 2× MediaPhile input ports
    • 6× time code inputs
  • the software collection can run together or independently, depending on the video systme's requirements
  • software titles include:
    • MediaEditor (EDL editing, switcher and genlock control)
    • Programmer's Toolkit (ARexx control)
    • MediaBase (presentation)
    • Media Processor (A/V equipment control)
  • RCTC time code support
  • can control genlocks which have software control panel (eg. SuperGen or GVP G-Lock)
  • can do A/B rolls with a video mixer (eg. the Video Toaster) and three video decks



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