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Analogue to Digital Converter - VideoSpigot, 1991 Object Reg. No: HT 13354

Videospigot was a plug-in printed circuit board for converting analogue video into Apple's QuickTime digital video format. It was purchased in 1992 for about AUD$1200. The donor used it in his video post-production business.

The donor used the Videospigot with a Macintosh Quadra 900 computer with 2 monitors, and CD ROM reader with SCSI cable. He also used Adobe Premiere 1 for video editing and the QuickTime Developers Kit.

This item is part of a representative collection of hardware, software, trade literature and promotional material that documents the history of the Apple company, and its contribution to, and impact on the computer industry and society.
Digitising card
User's manual
Acquisition Information:
Donation from Mr Brian Livingston - internet Macintosh user group (iMug), 2007
Discipline: Technology
Dimension Comment: See parts records for dimensions

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Tagged with: analog to digital converters, computer hardware, computers, computing, video editing workstations
Themes this item is part of: Apple Computers & Digital Video Editing, Internet Macintosh User Group (iMug) Collection, The Apple Computer Story - Digital Video 1991, Information & Communication Collection
Primary Classification: COMPUTING & CALCULATING
Secondary Classification: Analogue & Digital Computing
Tertiary Classification: converters
Manufacturer: Supermac, United States of America, 1991

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