Originally Posted by alexh
The video toaster hardware will still be covered by patents as it is much later than the Amiga OCS hardware. Get the OK from NewTek before starting.
P.S. Who wants a video toaster?
P.P.S. MiniMig costs over $180 for Amatuers to make, and is 99% digital design (cheap). A video toaster would be a 50:50 analog design and so you'd be looking at a price well in excess of $250, is it worth it at that price?
Good points, how much do the video toasters go for 2nd hand now anyhow?
Besides what can a video toaster do that we can't do now with cheaper PC hardware?