Amiga Video Toaster Flyer Source Code Release Begins
Special thanks to Newtek Incorporated (including but not limited to Paul Lara & Tim Jenison), Bill Evans and Aaron "Aarexx" Ruscetta.
Born from the mind of Tim Jenison and several other high tech brains at Newtek Incorporated in Topeka Kansas in 1991. The Amiga Video Toaster launched an entire industry with its power to the people price and feature set. Replacing $250,000 of broadcast quality television studio equipment the Amiga Video Toaster allowed anyone that could afford to buy a car get into video production. Newtek did it again when they added tapeless editing hardware to the Toaster in 1994, The Flyer. The Desktop Video industry started with the Amiga Video Toaster and now Newtek in a awesome gesture to Amiga enthusiasts is allowing the source code to this amazing product to be release so it can be tinkered with and upgraded by the community. The worlds first video production system in a box now becomes the worlds first open source real time video editing system for your Amiga computer workstation.
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