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EasyCap USB framegrabber + Amiga 1200 Composite output test

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Published on Apr 25, 2012

Amiga 1200 68030 8MB RAM (should have run SysInfo, I'll do it next time), running KS 3.0 roms & Workbench. This thing not only grabs the entire boot sequence, but also the copper effects that are so elusive with regular screen grabs. As well as other Miggy quirks like screen grabbing.
The output seems a bit fuzzy, though. not sure if thats from the 1200's infamous composite output qaulity (or lack therof). Also, the sound seems to fall out of sync later on. The latter is probably the cheap software I was using to record it.

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