NTSC ONLY! As far as I know they never made a PAL version.
NTSC NewTek Video Toaster 2000 v3.0/3.1/3.5 Manuals and Software Install Disks
Copyright 1993 NewTek, Inc.
The World's First Broadcast Quality Video Computer on a Card
The Video Toaster puts the awesome power to produce network quality television on your desktop. Powerful video tools previously available only to high-end post production studios can now be yours. The Video Toaster is a unique computer-on-a-card made possible by four powerful NewTek custom chips that bring the Amiga up to full broadcast televsion color and resolution.
Simply add the Video Toaster to an Amiga 2000, 2000HD or 2500 computer and you'll have the world's most powerful video computer.
Video Toaster 2000 Board, Commodore Amiga 2000, 2000HD or 2500 computer with 9 megabytes of RAM, 80 megabytes free on hard drive, some effects require a minimum of 68030, and two standard video monitors (can get by with one if you need to). Inputs from video tape must be time base corrected.
This Manual covers all of NewTek Video Toaster System v3.0/3.1 Software and Installation into an Amiga 2000 Computer.
Manual is divided up as follows:
- VideoToaster Font Guide is a 40 page Book of all the Toaster Fonts
- Video Toaster System 3.1 Booklet - 29 pages
- LightWave 3D 3.5 Addendum Booklet - 54 pages
- Index Rev 2 - 19 page Booklet
Introduction & Installation - 19 pages - Includes hardware installation instructions
for Amiga Video Toaster 2000/4000 into Amiga 2000, 3000 or 4000 Desktop machines
Tutorials - 97 pages
Switcher - 24 pages
ChromaFX - 13 pages
ToasterPaint - 26 pages
ToasterCG - 26 pages
LightWave 3D - Introduction - 15 pages
LightWave Layout - 85 pages
LightWave Modeler - 75 pages
Appendices - 17 pages
Comes with Box with Slipcover in Fair condition,
500+ Pages in Original 3-Ring Binder Manual, 29 v3.0 Install Disks and
9 v3.1/3.5 Update Install Disks for Amiga Video Toaster 2000
in an Amiga OS 2.x/3.x System.
Disks are All Tested in Excellent Working Condition and
will Guarantee Media Against DOA!
If you need a Video Toaster board to go with this,
see options above.
Cables or BNC connectors you can find here:
RCA Cables and BNC Connectors
Need help or have any questions, don't hesitate to email me. :-)