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Video Toaster

The Video Toaster is a combination of hardware and software for the editing and production of NTSC video on personal computers. It comprises various tools for video switching, chroma keying, character generation, animation, and image manipulation.

It was first released in October 1990, and initial versions were heavily based on the Commodore Amiga computer system, using the video-friendly aspects of that system's hardware to deliver the product at an unusually low cost. Later iterations of the product use IBM-compatible systems and work with the Microsoft Windows operating system.

The Video Toaster is made by NewTek.

External links http://www.videotoaster.com NewTek's Video Toaster website

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