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This was Amiga history in the making, for on this fateful weekend, the now famous Penn & Teller Toaster video was made. Lou and I ate the food and got in the way of just about everyone. That was our contribution. And we saw the Toaster in action for real! I won’t repeat the jokes. I can’t tell you if Teller has a last name or vocal cords. But 1 will say this: We wanted a Toaster, That wish has been granted. There is now a new item lurking in the recesses of Lou Wallace's cave-like confines. A real NewTek Video Toaster is now attached to several monitors, a Super VHS deck, and a video camera that’s mounted on an electric motion-control device. This is the real deal, pal. This is why we decided it was sale to do another cover story about the Toaster. The Toaster is just the beginning. We are hearing from a wide variety of vendors about other breakthrough products. People are starting to think big. And we will cover these as they appear. But for this October issue, we’re having toast. You Did It: Sue West of Commodore recently dropped me a line commenting on the AmigaWorld letters drive. That’s where we coerce and cajole our readers into writing to important publications that ignore the Amiga. If you read this column regularly, you’ve heard about this tactic a million times. According to Commodore, which tracks the press, it’s working. Sue sent me letters from six publications, all singing the Amiga’s praises. About a week later, she sent me the best one of all. The July issue of Computer Graphics World had three letters about the Amiga, along with an editor’s note. Here’s a brief excerpt. “These are just a few of the comments we’ve received lately, encouraging us to include more information about the Amiga. As a result, we plan to step up our coverage of new and significant advances in Amiga technology.” Hats off to Amiga owners and letter writers George Bailey, Victor Osaka, and George Knocheland, and to Computer Graphics World for listening. Mass Market: As you may have read in Last Licks, Commodore has picked up a variety of high-end mass merchandisers to carry the A500. Some who are still smarting from the game-machine stigma are distressed. They see it as a step back. 1 don’t. I’ve talked to people who bought Amigas to play games. Now they are entering our animation contests, they are genlocking, and they are writing their own programs. I’m for anyone who is willing to sell an Amiga, and 1 congratulate Commodore on these new outlets. While Commodore is picking up outlets to sell the A500 to the home market, IBM and Tandy are getting serious with low-end DOS machines. Put an Amiga next to an Intel 8086-based wimp of a PC and see which the consumer will buy. AW Video Studio: Lou’s cave is generating excitement for reasons other than the Toaster. Sure, he’s got Tequila and Planet Lust. But we’ve also got a ton of video equipment on the way. Time-base correctors, tape decks, more genlocks, edit decks. You name it, we’re bringing it in. New Employees: Along with new equipment come new employees. We added two new jobs and hired two dynamite people to fill ’em. John Wolfskill is our new Senior Writer, Technology.
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U. S.A. $ 3.95 Canada $ -1.50 UK £2.50 An IDG Communications Publication VIDEO TOASTER Ipecial s Dynamo! Video Buyer’s Guide To Over 100 Products Plus!
2. 0 Workbench User’s Guide All'New Columns! Multimedia Tips 8Z.£ L -£6 L 09 HA ai 9Hfir na vioiv nr sit** 9VSA 16 anr T80L 860dbl L0 £6 L 09 ii mu ii|iiiiiiiiiii it || 74470 65948 8 o SHADOW OF THE BEAST II The sequel to the Top Selling Amiga game of 1989 THE BEAST IS BACK THE CONFLICT CONTINUES . .. Your deadly struggle for freedom against the dark forces of tne Beast Lord is now but a painful memory. You try to forget the anguish of the past by concentrating on your prize for success in the bloody battle: the return of your humanoid body. But as you slowly adjust to your newly-won physique, the pain you thought gone is about to return ... The Beast Mage has kidnapped your sister! She must be rescued before she falls foul of his dark arts. You journey to a hostile alien world to face the malevolent hosts of the Beast Mage and interact with more friendly characters to learn of your unfamiliar surroundings. You must fight your way through many enemy- infested levels collecting and using weapons and objects to aid your crusade towards conflict with the Beast Mage ... before he makes your sister his own! _ Amiga $ 59.99 . . . WILL HAVE YOU CLIMBING THE WALLS - IT'S THE ONLY WAY OUT! Suited in limited-protection armour you're the unwilling contestant on THE KILLING GAME SHOW In front of a 1 V audience of millions you must battle your way to the top of 16 Pits of Death infested with Hostile Artificial Life Forms specially created by THE KILLING GAME SHOW’s manic scientists to give you a hard time. But . . . Don’t forget the rising fluid or it's anext contestant time". You must give the viewers their value for money collect the awesome weapons and tools if you can. THE KILLING GAME SHOW will have you ciimbing the walls it's the only way out! First prize is your life - Don't waste it. Amiga Atari ST $ 44.99 Circle 703 on Reader Service card. Amiqa Screen Shots SCORE DOOaGMOD SIX STEPS TO CREATING YOUR NEXT VIDEO 1 SEQUENCE YOUR AMIGA
• ANIMATION AND GRAPHICS With ShowMaker you can preview your production at any time during its development. Preview from any point or from the beginning. ShowMaker will also generate story boards and cue sheets which may be printed on any Preferences supported printer. Simply drag out a segment on the Video Track - the length indiciaies the duration over which the animation or graphic will play. You can specify frame rates of up to 30 fps. Show Maker automatically determines loading time and loads the files before you need them to play, without interrupting the playback of the current animation. This means long running productions, limited by storage space, not your Amiga's memory. ShowMaker also features over 64 built-in wipes, fades, and transitions, and is compatible with most AN1M formats. ShowMaker gives you control over genlocks, videodisc players, and VCRs. Just tell ShowMaker when to cut in your video, and it will automatically seek to the correct position and fade in the genlocked signal at the right time. ** Again, simply drag out a segment - this time on the Music Track. ShowMaker supports MIDI output, MIDI files, and SMUS fonnats. ShowMaker s unique auto-sync feature* ensures that your video always remains synchronized to the music! 5 Add titles to your production with ShowMaker s built-in Video Titler. You can even run credits on top of Amiga animations and graphics, and overlay the results on video. Circle 177 on Reader Service card. M OVERLAY TITLING GOLD DISK
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(416) 828-0913 SHOWMAKER FEATURES ShowMaker is the first program with :
• Intelligent autoloading of animations and graphics *
• Animation playback synchronized to music in frames-per-beat *
• Intelligent background music looping, for easy creation of sampled soundtracks
• Complete control of genlock functions **
• Video titling over Amiga animation and graphics
• MIDI sound effect support
• External clock control (SMPTE MTC) of music and animation
• Run ShowMaker productions from AmigaVision ShowMaker also features :
• Wait-for-click interactivity
• Production looping
• Cuesheet generation with printing SHOWMAKER THE COMPLETE DESKTOP VIDEO SOLUTION
• Patent pending
* * Additional hardware required Slum tukcr is a trademark ut'Goid D:sk Inc. You’re done ! Hit the ‘Play* button and the Amiga will play back your production in real time, automatically synchronizing the music, video, animation, and titling. A true Multimedia presentation. Record your production to videotape fora first generation Master Tape! PLAY IT! S acclaimed Macintosh® emulator just got better! 10$ 4$ MUM i* t ML fi The critics raved when A-Max was released "... compatibility with Macintosh software is excellent."
- Amiga World Oct. '89 "ReadySoft has set a new standard in computer emulation." AMIGATimes V1.8 Now we've just given them more to rave about... Just as before, A-Max is a hardware and software combination that, once you supply Macintosh* 128K ROMs, runs most of the Macintosh® Plus productivity software at full Macintosh* speed. Version II of A-Max is available in two configurations: A-Max II and A*Max II Plus. A*Max II is a cartridge that plugs into the Amiga's external disk drive port and has a connector for an Apple® 800K external disk drive. A-Max II Plus is an Amiga 2000 (or greater) card that gives you AppleTalk* and MIDI compatibility as well as allowing Mac* format disks to be used in Amiga drives. A-Max II features include:
• Access JO partitions on hard drives during Macintosh* emulation (supports most • A-Max II cartridge can be left connected to your Amiga during Amiga use hard drive controllers). • Built-in Apple imageWriter* emulation lor 9 and 24 pin Epson’ and Epson*
• Access to Macintosh* SCSI peripherals such as the LaserWriter HCS*. Hard dnves compatible printers. And scanners through your Amiga hard drive controller's SCSI poit • Transfer software to convert files from AmigaDOS to and from A-Max and
• Improved handling of Amiga accelerator boards, for maximum speed and Macintosh* formatted disks, compatibility - software runs up to five times faster. • Built in recoverable bootable RAM disk
• Plays Macintosh* digitized sounds.
• Supports the use of Amiga mouse, keyboard, serial and parallel ports during A-Max II Plus includes all A-Max II software features plus:. Macintosh* emulation. ||tj||gg • Compatibility with AppleTalk* networks and peripherals such as direct LaserWriter1
• Reads Magic Sac 3nd Spectre disk formats lAtan ST* and Macintosh* printing. Emulators}. ..,; • Ability to read, write and lormat Macintosh* 3.5* disks with standard Amiga 3.5*
• Supported video modes include: 640x400 (interlaced}, 640x200 (scrolling). Disk drives. 512x342 (Macintosh* standard size, interlaced) and 1008X800 with the A2024 or • Two fully compatible Macintosh* serial ports. ReadySoft Inc 30 Wenheim Court Unit Richmond Hiii. Ontario
y. . Canada L B TBS Teh = 4161731-4175 Fax: (416) 764-886? Moniterm Viking monitor and overscan screens are also supported. • Greater compatibility with Macintosh* MIDI sequencer programs,
• Supports PAL screen size 640x 512 (interlaced). • Board installs internally no need for an external cartridge. 2
• Uses all available Amiga RAM during Macintosh* emulation. A-MAX II PLUS AVAILABLE FALL 1990. Upgrade information will be sent to registered owners of A-Max Version I. ArMax II is a trademark of ReadySoft; Apple and the Apple logo. HyperCard, imagewrrter. Mac, Macintosh. MacPaint MacWrite. MacDraw. MacTermmat are registered trademarks and MuhiRnder is a trademark of Apple Computer Inc.: Atari and ST are registered trademarks of Atari US Corp; Epson is a registered trademark of Seiko Epson Corporation; Magic Sac is a trademark of Data Pacific; Spectre is a iracemark of Gadgets by Smalt; Amiga is a registered trademark of Commodore-Amiga Inc. Circle 87 on Reader Service card. VOLUME 6, NUMBER 10 OCTOBER 1990 N'T FEATURES AW EXCLUSIVE! Amiga Video; Done TO A “T” By Lou Wallace 20 it’s been a long time coming, but New- Tek’s Video Toaster appears ready to make its big splash. AW has been using one for the past few months in putting together this exclusive preview of what may be the most extraordinary hardware software combo in Amiga history! The Studio Builder’s Reference Guide By Gene Brawn... 30 If you’ve got the Amiga, we’ll show you even thing else you need to assemble your desktop-video studio. Comparative buying information on features, performance, and prices for camcorders, VCRs, video cameras, laser-disc players, switchers, SEGs, edit controllers, and more. ARTICLES The AW 2.0 Road Atlas By Sheldon Leemon ...34 We’re going to help you get your class
2. 0 operator's license in record time with this hands-on user’s guide to the all-new Amiga Workbench. CO LI MIMS 6 Chief Concerns By Doug Bamey .. The editor travels to Toasterland and savors the impact of UT’s letters drive. Accent on Graphics 64 By Joel Hagen .. Joel raided closets, toyboxes, tool chests, and even the kitchen sink for props for these inexpensive and imaginative video digitizing tips. 66 POINTERS By Bryan D. Catley This month, the programming focus is on Amiga Basic and some innovative text-display techniques. Mastering Multimedia 80 By Gene Brawn . By popular demand, AW begins a brand- new monthly column with practical advice from a variety of specialists on different aspects of Amiga multimedia productions. Up first: Interface design. As the graphics window behind our newscaster indicates, AW has indeed scored a video coup and one in which the entire Amiga community will soon be sharing. Check out our exlusive in-depth report on the much-heralded Video Toaster. And don't miss our other video features, plus our A-Z guide through the all-new 2.0 Workbench. Special Effects Dynamo! Video Buyer's Guide To Over 100 Products Plus!
2. 0 Workbench User’s Guide 3E Multimedia Tip* B*tt TO PkcM DEPARTMENTS Repartee .... 8 Shout it from the rooftops (but don’t forget the postage). Headliners .10 News and newsmakers from all over the Amiga community. What’s New? ... 112 Fall fashions in the Amiga line of new products. The PD Prospector By Tim Walsh ..116 A new department also debuts this month, as AW's Tim Walsh mines the major networks for the hottest picks in Amiga public-domain software. Last Licks .120 The far side of the issue. REVIEWS Service Industry Accounting (Broum-Wagh) .... 12 Unique accounting business-management program for service organizations. Tiger Cub (Dr. T’s) 14 Entry-level MIDI package. INTROCAD Plus (Progressive Peripherals) .. 94 Timely update for mid-level GAD users. EXP-8000 + (Progressive Peripherals) . 97 A500 RAM expander packs 2MB and some problems. A-SOUND 2.0 (Deltaware) ..100 Nifty low-cost, sound-sampling editor. TEMPLICITY (Sterling Connection). ... 101 100 templates good for several Amiga spreadsheets. TELETUTOR 1.4 (Micro Momentum Oxxi) . 103 Telecommunications tutorial plus terminal program. TFMX SOUNDTOOL (Demonware Imtronics) . 106 Player program editor for music programmers. Take Your Turn ...... 108 Send us your comments on these products we’ll be looking at soon. GAMES CRIB Notes By Peter Olafson .84 Expert gaming advice from our top Amiga tipster. Pirates! (MicroProse) ......84 Role-playing adventure for swashbucklers, BUDOKAN (Electronic Arts) ...84 Prepare for martial-arts contests. Treasure Trap (Electronic zoo) 86 Puzzle-solving at fifty fathoms. Their Finest Hour (LucasfUm Electronic Arts) ... 89 Strategy replay of the Battle of Britain. HARDBALL II (Accolade) ....90 Update of the baseball game favorite. Stephen Robbins, Publisher Douglas Barney, Editor-In-Chief Daniel Sullivan, Executive Editor SWAIN Pratt, Managing Editor Linda J, Barrett, Acquisitions Editor Barbara Gefvert Tyson, Review Editor JAN JaCKSON, New Products Editor In winning presentations, we play the title role Create winning titles with TVText- Professionar. It's the ideal program for producing eye catching lettering and graphics for video titling and desktop presentations on the Amiga®. With TVJextPmfessional you can create: Exciting Stylistic Effects Automatically
• Outlines, shadows, metallics, strobes, edges, extrusions (3D) and more.
• Color animated glows, glints, sheens, and cycles.
• Apply to text, shapes, and IFF images.
• Two degrees of overscan in all resolutions.
• Dozens of preset rendering styles included.
• Create your own styles with built in editor:
• Compatible with TV*Show u special effects slide show program. Backgrounds In The Blink Of An Eye
• Eight different color gradient background patterns.
• Wallpaper, Tile, & Grid.
• Imported IFF images. You'll be surprised how quick and easy it is to turn those tired titles into attention getting graphics with TVJextPmfessionaL It's at your Amiga dealer now! Amiga is a registered trademark of Commodore Business Machines Inc. TV’Text, TV •Show, and Zuma Fonts are trademarks of Zuma Group, Inc. GSZumaGroup Zuma Group, Inc. 6733 N. Black Canyon Hwy. Phoenix, AZ 85015 TEL: 602.246.4238 FAX: 602.246.6708 LOUIS R* Wallace, Senior Editor, Technology Special Products Manager TlM WALSH, Technical Editor John Wolfskill, Senior Writer. Technology MaRE-Anne JARVELA, Special Products Coordinator Gene Brawn, Bill Catchings, David T. McClellan, Mark L. Van Name, Contributing Editors HOWARD G. HaPP, Art Director Laura Johnson, Assistant Art Director Ann Dillon. Designer AlANA KORDA, Production Superz isor KENNETH Blakeman, National Advertising Sales Manager Michael McGoldrICK, Sales Representative BARBARA Hoy, Sales Representative HEATHER PAQUETTE, Advertising Sales Representative, Partial pages InfoMarket, -800-441-4403, 603-924-0100 Meredith Bickford, Advertising Coordinator GlORGIO SALUTI, Associate Publisher, ffW Coast Sales 1-415-363-5230 2421 Broadway, Suite 200 Redwood City, CA 94063 Wendie HAINES Marro, Marketing Manager Laura Livingston, Marketing Coordinator MARGOT L. Swanson, Advertising Assistant LlSA LaFleuR, Business and Operations Administrator MaRY McCoLE, Customer Sendee Representative Publisher's Assistant Susan M. HANSHAW, Circulation Director 1-800-365-1364 PaM WILDER, Assistant Circulation Manager LYNN LaGASSE. Manufacturing Manager it- Roger J. Murphy. President PAUL BOULE, Vice President Group Publisher Jim McBrian, Vice President Group Publisher Stephen C. Robbins, Vice President Group Publisher DENNIS S. CHRISTENSEN, Vice President of Manufacturing Operations Bonnie WelSH-Carroll, Director of Corporate Circulation & Planning JEFFREY D. DeTray, Director of Technology Research LlNDA Ruth, Single Copy Sales Director DEBBIE Walsh, Newsstand Promotion Manager WILLIAM M. Boyer, Director of Credit Sales & Collections DOREEN Means, Systems Coordinator Debra A. Davies, Typographer Amiga World (ISSN 0883-2390) wan jmlcpcndcntjourn.il not connected with Commodore Business Machines, Inc. Amiga World is published monthly by IDG Comrmimcaiions, iViet lioroijgh. Inc.. 80 Elm St., Peterborough. NH 03458. I.S. subscription rate is $ 29.97, one vcar; $ 16.00, two vears: $ 6-1,00, three years. Canada $ 38.97 (U.S. hinds}, one year only. Mexico $ 38.97, Foreign Surface $ 19.97, Foreign Airmail $ 84.97 (prepayment is required on Foreign Sin face and Airmail subscriptions in U.S. ftinds drawn on U.S. bank). All rates are one-year onlv. Second-class }h .stage paid at Peterborough. NH. Anti at additional mailing offices. Phone: 003-92 I-0100 Entire contents copyright 1990 by llXiCoinimimcatioiivIVterljorough, Inc. No pan of this publication mas Ik-primed or otherwise reproduced without w ritten permission from tin- publisher. Postmaster Send address changes toArmgaWorld, Subscription Services, PO Box 58804. Boulder. CO 80322-8801. Nationally distributed by Kable News Co. AmiguHirrld makes every effort to assure the accuracy ol articles, listings and circuits published in the magazine AmigttUbrM assumes no res[H>mihiliiv I'm damages due to errors or omissions. GVP Announces a Technological Breakthrough... SERIES n THE NEXT GENERATION in SCSI and RAM Controllers for the A2000 GVP's New SERIES IIA2000 SCSI and RAM Expansion Controllers provide the ultimate hard disk and RAM expansion solution for the A2000. Choose from two new models: Hard-Disk+RAM-Card Space (no components) lor direct mounting ol 3.5" Hard Disk Drive GVP Custom VSLI Chip Up to 8MB of FAST RAM Expansion GVP's New FaaastROM SCSI driver and installation software is also available as an upgrade kit for GVP's original IMPACT SCSI controllers, for ONLY $ 49.95. Offers major performance increase over previous GVP AUTOBOOT EPROMs. New Series II48MB Removable media hard disk drive. GVP now also offers the NEXT GENERATION removable media hard disk drive which offers increased capacity (48MB formatted) and major technological advances in cartridge air flow filtering design and robustness. Call for details. The Series IIA2000 SCSI “Hard-Disk + RAM-Card” State-of-the-Art integration packs a high performance SCSI controller, SMB FAST RAM Expansion and a 3,5" hard disk drive INTO A SINGLE A2000 EXPANSION SLOT!! Saves ROTH a valuable expansion slot and a peripheral bay! Incredible SCSI hard disk performance achieved through CAT's innovative new custom chip design, which provides DMA performance and unique direct dual port memory access to FAST RAM, eliminating typical DMA side effects under heavy graphics load. Easy-to*instaIl SIMM memory modules allow flexible memory configurations from ZERO through SMB. Supports 6MB FAST RAM configuration for BridgeBoard users. NEW FaaastROM,m SCSI Driver offers optimum performance and includes such features as: y Supports virtually any SCSI device including, CD-ROMs, Tape Drives, IOMEGA Bernoulli drives, etc. V Fully implements SCSI Disconnect Reconnect protocol, allowing overlapping SCSI commands to be executed. Hard-Disk-Card y Fully implements Commodore's Rigid Disk Block iRDBI standard as well as the new DIRECT SCSI interface standard. V Removable media drive support. Automatically senses cartridge changes and informs AmigaDOS, ensuring safe and reliable use of removable media SCSI drives. V Allows Direct AUTOBOOT from Fast File System Partition.
• New INTUITION COMPATIBLE SCSI installation and "tuning" utility included. Major features include: v ICON and gadget based INTUITION interface. Y’ Bad Block Remapping of hard drives. V Auto or manual hard drive partitioning and AmigaDOS formatting. Y' Read and modify existing RDB parameters tin hard disk. Y Simplest and Easiest SCSI installation in the industry.
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• For $ 109 plus $ 6 for shipping (USA only), end-users can trade-up to the new GVP Series 11 SCSI “Hard-Disk-Card" (without drive) by simply sending in their present SCSI controller (from ANY manufacturer) together with a money order or certified check, payable directly to GVP.
• All trade-in controllers must he sent to GVP freight prepaid. . Owners of any CA P or Commodore SCSI controllers, are eligible for an additional S10 rebate, if they trade-in a FULLY FUNCTIONAL and working controller. These owners need to submit a certified check money order for S105 only. . For an additional $ 39. Existing controllers can be traded-up to the new Series 11 “Hard-Disk + RAM-Card," which includes the SMB PAST RAM expansion capability, populated with ZERO RAM. Series II. FAAASTBOM and GVP are trademarks ol Great vai'ev pm*,,-. , Amiga and A2000 are registered trademaiks ol Commodore-Amiga GREAT VALLEY PRODUCTS INC. 600 Clark Avenue, King of Prussia, PA 19406 For more information, or for nearest dealer, call today. Dealer inquiries welcome. Tel. (215) 337-8770 • FAX (215) 337-9922 Dealers Circle 145 on Reader Service Card Cons™*** 62 on Header Sendee Card CHIEF CONCERNS Cooking up a video storm with the Toaster as Lou’s cave gets increasingly crowded. DURING LAST FEBRUARY, Lou Wallace and 1 flew to Paris for DevCon. We ate good food, met good people, and saw some great new technology. On the way back, we flew through Brussels to avoid a terrorist threat to U.S.-bound planes. Where were we going next? To Topeka, of course. For most people, Topeka would be a real letdown after Paris. Not for us. That’s because hidden in an unoccupied floor of a building in downtown Topeka was a renegade video studio, a Video Toaster, food, and the maniacally funny magician comedy team of Penn & Teller. This was Amiga history in the making, for on this fateful weekend, the now famous Penn & Teller Toaster video was made. Lou and I ate the food and got in the way of just about everyone. That was our contribution. And we saw the Toaster in action for real! I won’t repeat the jokes. I can’t tell you if Teller has a last name or vocal cords. But 1 will say this: We wanted a Toaster, That wish has been granted. There is now a new item lurking in the recesses of Lou Wallace's cave-like confines. A real NewTek Video Toaster is now attached to several monitors, a Super VHS deck, and a video camera that’s mounted on an electric motion-control device. This is the real deal, pal. This is why we decided it was sale to do another cover story about the Toaster. The Toaster is just the beginning. We are hearing from a wide variety of vendors about other breakthrough products. People are starting to think big. And we will cover these as they appear. But for this October issue, we’re having toast. You Did It: Sue West of Commodore recently dropped me a line commenting on the AmigaWorld letters drive. That’s where we coerce and cajole our readers into writing to important publications that ignore the Amiga. If you read this column regularly, you’ve heard about this tactic a million times. According to Commodore, which tracks the press, it’s working. Sue sent me letters from six publications, all singing the Amiga’s praises. About a week later, she sent me the best one of all. The July issue of Computer Graphics World had three letters about the Amiga, along with an editor’s note. Here’s a brief excerpt. “These are just a few of the comments we’ve received lately, encouraging us to include more information about the Amiga. As a result, we plan to step up our coverage of new and significant advances in Amiga technology.” Hats off to Amiga owners and letter writers George Bailey, Victor Osaka, and George Knocheland, and to Computer Graphics World for listening. Mass Market: As you may have read in Last Licks, Commodore has picked up a variety of high-end mass merchandisers to carry the A500. Some who are still smarting from the game-machine stigma are distressed. They see it as a step back. 1 don’t. I’ve talked to people who bought Amigas to play games. Now they are entering our animation contests, they are genlocking, and they are writing their own programs. I’m for anyone who is willing to sell an Amiga, and 1 congratulate Commodore on these new outlets. While Commodore is picking up outlets to sell the A500 to the home market, IBM and Tandy are getting serious with low-end DOS machines. Put an Amiga next to an Intel 8086-based wimp of a PC and see which the consumer will buy. AW Video Studio: Lou’s cave is generating excitement for reasons other than the Toaster. Sure, he’s got Tequila and Planet Lust. But we’ve also got a ton of video equipment on the way. Time-base correctors, tape decks, more genlocks, edit decks. You name it, we’re bringing it in. New Employees: Along with new equipment come new employees. We added two new jobs and hired two dynamite people to fill ’em. John Wolfskill is our new Senior Writer, Technology. John has years of experience with video and computers, and most recently served as a technical editor at PC Resource here. Mare-Anne Jarvela, also a technical editor for the same magazine, has joined us as Special Products Coordinator. Among other things, Mare-Anne will be producing the AmigaWorld Tool- chest, our exclusive bi-monthly software series, and she looks forward to any and all suggestions you may have. Quick Animation Reminder: We’ve started to get some truly phenomenal submissions to our second animation video, but are still looking for many, many more. We’ve set a November deadline, but the sooner you get your animations in, the more time we can spend thinking about music and story- hoarding. So start sending! ¦ IMPACT A3001 UPGRADE KIT Now Available with 50Mhz 68030Acceleration Create the fastest Amiga in the World with an A2000 and our A3001 Kit. Up to 8MB of 32-Bit Wide DRAM ¦ Hard Disk Drive Interface
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New Address: 600 Clark Ave., King of Prussia, PA 19406 For more information, or for nearest dealer, call today. Dealer inquiries welcome. Tel. (215) 337-8770 • FAX (215) 337-9922 lers Cirde 36 on Reader Service Card Consumers Circle 265 on Reader Service Card REPARTEE Comments, complaints, and concerns from Amiga World readers. The Whole Truth? 1 COULDN’T AGREE more with Doug Barney regarding Apple’s and IBM’s multimedia hype. A "typical” Amiga user, interviewed in a recent IBM- magazine article on "state of the art” technology, was depressed because Amigas cannot handle the speed that 3-D rendering requires. This was the guy who signs the corporate checkbook for purchases; I guess no one told him about the 50-MHz accelerator boards. A promo for a recent TV show described "porting applications from a Mac to an IBM.” What they actually did was port data for a single application between the machines. And they had to use an external drive to do it! To top it off. The presentation had a “we thought of it first” tone. Anyone want to show them how to port pictures between the IBM and Mac using an Amiga? We’ve long had a truth-in- advertising law. . .maybe it's time for a truth-in-suggcs- tion law! Tim Kramer Chicago. IL Able Assistant MTV RECENTLY sponsored a contest to produce a music video for Madonna’s hit song, “Vogue.” 1 had the opportunity to incorporate computer graphics into someone else’s work, and our video was one of ten winners nationwide. I was able to achieve this award using die excellent Amiga products. Blane J. Perun Pittsburgh. PA What’s Greater? I KEEP COMING across the term "high-end application" and never see any follow-up on it. Why? If the broadcast industry is to embrace the Amiga, and if aspiring video people want to know more about how the Amiga works in that industry, then why not cater to both groups? Trying to find out about broadcast requirements and new technology from the broadcast side is virtually impossible, as trade magazines are not usually available on the newsstands. I could care less about games when die Amiga is so fantastic for creative work and capable of far more than home video. Ron Mauder Pittsburgh, PA IN RECENT MONTHS I have noticed a disturbing trend in AmigaWorld: the invasion of the nevcr-have-fun old men. This is apparent from the tiny number of game ads and game reviews you currently publish. It was we game enthusiasts w ho pul the Amiga on the map. It was we who allowed the Amiga to tread water long enough for the rest of the world to notice it. Now dial the Amiga is doing somewhat well, you are overrun by corporate types who want to use it as an abacus and argue about how to run Unix on a Mac emulator. I feel you are leaving the Amiga’s first and foremost users high and dry. If I don't see some changes, I, probably along with many others, am going to let my subscription lapse. Mike Czykun Denver, CO Go Promo HAVE YOU NOTICED that many personal-computing magazines have recently given the Amiga strong coverage? And don’t forget its increased visibility at major computer chains and the two clips that appeared on CNN. 1'he Amiga still needs to be promoted so that people can find information without pulling teeth. Too often I have seen interested parties dejected by a lack of knowledge about the Amiga on the part of IBM dealers, not knowing who else to contact. 1 hope everyone out there advances the cause of the Amiga reasonably (fanatics scare people) and without attacking other machines. (The Amiga is not perfect; wouldn’t you like the software choices afforded MS-DOS ow ners or the scientific graphics packages for Mac 1 Is?) For the first time in years, I am very positive about the Amiga being recognized as a "real" computer. Congratulations on your efforts, and. . . Let’s keep things rolling! Jeffrey C. Wakefield Atlanta, GA Chips and Disks IN THEIR LETTERS, Mr. Shackelford and Mr. Jordan missed the point about the custom chips (Aug., p. 8). The lack of 32-hit Paula, Denise, and Agnus chips is only the symptom of a larger problem: these chips’ lack of speed and inability to address memory. Commodore should he working on a true multiprocessor system with custom chips to rival the processor’s power. The company must fully exploit the Amiga’s architecture now, because not only are IBM and Apple getting the hang of it, but so are the deep-pocketed Sony and Fujitsu. CBM knows that catching up is hard to do. By the way, the overzealous statement that - .Commodore will be the first to produce a CD-based multimedia. . . System at an affordable price. . ." (see "Million Dollar Baby" July, p. 19) is in error. In the spring of ’90, I lead Start introduced a stock computer with a CD-ROM drive for less than $ 3400 list! Kenneth Griffin Bartlett, IL Send your letters to; Repartee. Amiga World Editorial, 80 Elm St., Peterborough, NH 03458.¦ How Does New ProWrite 3.0 Differ From Other Amiga Word Processors? You Begin lb Get The Picture. Beneath Its Elegant Design Lies A Word Processing Powerhouse. Ease into the solid comfort of the ProWrite environment. Zip in your text and briskly format with intuitive menu and ruler controls. Now slip into high gear using the power of keyboard commands. Deftly cut. Copy and paste on the fly. Knowing the formidable 10(),()00-word spelling checker is checking as you type, and the vast thesaurus is standing by with over 300.000 cross references to fine-tune your ideas. Graceful multiple columns are at your fingertips with choice of snaking or parallel text flow. If you’re really into performance. You can tackle tedious tasks with the touch of an F-kcy using macros. For you power users, the ARHXX port awaits you. And ProWrites print merge feature eagerly churns out those form letters. So Intuitive, So Responsive, You’ve Got To Experience It To Believe It. Your thoughts pour effortlessly onto the screen, then just as fluidly out to your printer, virtually unaware of anything between you and the printed page. (After all. Features Spelling checker vrilh 100.000 word dictionary Spell check all al once or as you type Multiple columns with snaking or parallel text flow Thesaurus with over MX),000 cross references Print merge Impon any IFF or HAM pictures Wrap text around pictures Multiple line headers and footers with Title Page option Macros, when used with AREXX AREXXpen Hyphenate w ords with soft hypltens
• Tabs with left, a-nler. Right or decimal alignment ¦ Deftneable decimal tab aJtgnrm-ni character Prints color or black and white printer-resident foots and pictures at the same time Prints printer-resident fcmts with any variety of Pica. Elite. Condensed, and W ide fonts at the same time Prints on any Prtfereticts-hased pnnler True ‘ What ycHi see is w hat you get” display Multiple fonts, sizes, styles, and colors Adjustable defaults for iiti program settings Comprehensive kevhmrd ctjuivakYiLs .Select All command fur document wiifo changes fo ti> any page on command User-definable dictionary Up to ten documents can be open at once Undo and Redo conmrands .Adjustable page sizes Print sideways or across paper perforation Print documents hack-to-front, separate odd-tven. Or collated line spacing in single, one and one luff, and double Print to PostScript using optional PostScript module Ad just printer dot density Adjustable top. Bottom, left, right and binding margins Reduce or enlarge documents in one percent Increments Adjust line spacing in one point increments Automatic space before and or after paragraphs Automatic word look up Automatic page numbering with choice of Ike different formats Sort paragraphs from AtoZorZso.A tToracier. Word. Sentence, line, paragraph, picture, and page munis Si* different date formats and two different time format* Computes average word and sentence length and readabihw grade level laser) current date and time either as fixed text or as an updating marker what good arc all those features if they’re a distraction to use?) Even your swiftest typing can't outrun it. Wrap your text around a graphic and you’re ready for the home stretch. Now it’s time to print and you’ve got control over your printer’s dot density, aspect ratio, and paper size. And ProWrite can print your printer- resident fonts with graphics in Pica, Elite, Condensed, and Wide all on the same page. With ProWrite’s flexibility, you can smooth out any rough spots no matter what kind of printer you have. With all these performance features and more, ProWrite stands in a class by itself its your power performer. And best of all, it stands on die shelf now at vour favorite store. R MEW HORIZONS First In Personal Productivity And Creativity New Horizons Software, Inc. 206 Wild Basin Road. Suite 109. Austin. Texas 78 46
(512) 328 6650 PmVfme is a trademark of New Honaons Software. Inc Amiga is a registered trademark of Commodore Amiga, Inc HeadliTiers NEWS FROM THE AMIGA COMMUNITY “The Amiga's advanced multimedia capabilities lend themselves to a number of highly specialized areas. . Ron Stanczak Commodore VP of Sales WEST CHESTER, PA-A new Commodore Amiga program will support specialized areas not traditionally served through retail channels. Under the plan. Value Added Resellers (VARs) catering to professional markets and Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) developing advanced applications will benefit from both technical training and support, as well as discounts and sales and marketing support. Drop ’Em Your Shorts NEW YORK, NY-The Underground Animation Festival seeks to encourage animation pros, students, and hobbyists in the same way that television’s “America’s Funniest Home Videos” champions amateur videophiles. The Festival plans to award over $ 5000 in prize money to winners of its contest, which requires no entry fee, poses no restrictions, and offers a separate category for youngsters. Some entries will become part of a show that will tour muScreen Play HOLLYWOOD, CA-With 30 minutes of exciting .Amiga-generated animation, Robocop 2 has got to be a hit. The Amiga is instrumental in one of the movie’s most exciting scenes, wherein Robocop foils evildoers by injecting a virus into their mainframe computer. When they try to stop him, the villains encounter a digitized version of an armed and dangerous Robocop warning them to back off. Paul Sammon, the film’s com- puter-graphics supervisor, and Mike Ribble, its working artist, used an array of Amiga products to create this sequence. With Digi- View, they digitized three full-fig- ure color photos of Robocop: with his arm pointing straight up, part way down, and directly at the cam“This program underlines the tremendous potential that exists for Amiga-oriented OEMs and resellers * stated CBM President Harry Copperman. Ron Stanczak, CBM VP of Sales, expects results in the form of increased Amiga penetration in such areas as computer-based training and interactive applications (kiosks, etc.), where people are looking for total solutions. BGT seums, colleges, and theatres. Submit any number of animations (not only computer shorts, but cel, stop-motion, claymation, and other forms are accepted) in VHS, 8-, 16- or 35mm, or any other format, by November 30 (entries received after the deadline will be entered in the 1991 Festival). For submission forms and regulations, contact the Festival folk at 210 E. 39th St., New York, NY 10016, 212 679-3800.
- BGT era. By extracting Robocop's arm from the digitizations, they created six other frames to place between the originals for a more refined transition. Using PIXmate, they played in background color. Unlike most animators who strive to smooth out jagged, pixelized edges, Sammon and Ribble actually added them! According to Sammon, they had to “dirty it dow n” to make the Robocop image look as though it came from a video game. Using DeluxePaint III, the two cleaned up the frames, created a cartoon- style balloon “Bang” to pop out of Robocop’s gun, and animated the sequence. They wrote the "Back off, creeps” warning with TV*Text Professional, and displayed it with Elan Performer. Amiga Aids Testimony in Federal Court Trial A Boost for Pro Markets CHICAGO, 1L The key exhibit in a patent-infringement trial concluded this summer in Chicago’s federal court was a series of animations produced on the .Amiga. Plaintiff CM I Corp. of Oklahoma City, OK charged that Astec Industries, Inc. had infringed on CMI’s patents for asphalt recycling. To show the judge and jury just how asphalt drum mixers work and what the differences are between the five types thereof,
D. L. Richardson, an animator and Amiga enthusiast who works for CM I, created the animations on his Amiga. Once finished, he transferred his work to videotape, which was shown in the courtroom simultaneously on four 27-inch monitors. “The presentation was very successful,” said Richardson, “as evidenced by the decision in our favor." Apparently so. . . The jury awarded CM I $ 4.45 million plus interest after Finding Astec guilty as charged.
- BGT Although .Amiga-generated animation is becoming increasingly common in movie production, its role in Robocop 2 was unusual. Most producers and directors routinely send graphics and animation work to post-production houses, which often take weeks to complete it. In this film, however, the Amiga generated animations concurrent with the principal photography inexpensively and on location. At one point, when director Irvin Kershner thought one sequence was moving too slowly, Sammon and Ribble ran it back through the computer, sped it up, displayed it, and then dumped the corrected animation on Y -inch tape with a genlock in just 25 minutes! Carla Barker A Shy Maestro in Black- Tie Territory LA JOLLA, GA Pianist Kenneth Bookstein and composer Ronn Yedidia helped bridge the gap between “serious” music and non- traditional instruments in a summer concert on the west coast. Performing with Bookstein was a
2. 5-megabyte, 68010-equipped A1000, which was outstanding in heading up a full electronic orchestral accompaniment. Composer Yedidia conducted the orchestra of sample players, synthesizers, and mixers from off stage, using the Amiga to change their sound levels. “We could have programmed the computer to mix the sound, but the accoustics in each auditorium are so different 1 needed someone there with me,” Bookstein said. According to the performer, this event marked the first time a large-scale symphonic piece had been performed using electronic instruments. Although computer- based music is generally accepted in commercial- and pop-music forums, Yedidia’s Concerto for Piano and Electronic Instruments represents something previously unheard of, explained Bookstein. Because it is so difficult to convince a professional symphony to perform new work, electronics allows a composer to have his piece played and heard perhaps resulting in attention and a traditional performance: “It’s a way of breaking through." Amiga music connoisseurs in the New York City area can catch Bookstein and Yedidia in a similar performance sometime later on this spring. An Jackson Headliners is compiled by Barbara Gefvert Tyson, Send your news bits to Headliners, Amiga- World Editorial, 80 Elm St., Peterborough, NH 03458. Introducing two new' state of the art modems. Applied Engineering’s DataLink 2000™ and DataLink Express™, the most feature-packed 2400 baud modems available for the Amiga. Bring home a world of informa- tioaJmm up to the minute flight information to whole libraries of resource materials. Access countless bulletin board services. Even download free software and games. For Amiga 2000s, 2500s and 3000s, the DataLink 2000 (above, at right) is the internal board that plugs directly into one of the computer's internal expansion slots. For ALL Amigas, the DataLink Express external modem (above, at left) plugs into the computer’s serial port. DataLink Express features a twelve lamp status light array and AE's exclusive “Line Engaged” indicator to show a shared phone line is in use. Send-fax is an inexpensive upgrade option for both DataLink modems. Actually fax text and graphics at 4800 baud directly from your Amiga screen without ever having to print a hard copy of the information. Program Send-fax to send any number of documents, at any time, to any fax machine. MNP-5 is another upgrade option that compresses data to increase transmission speeds up to 4800 baud, while automatically correcting errors. We include free communications software on disk with every DataLink modem. So there’s nothing more to buy. The software package includes file transfer capability, text capturing and phone directory. And both DataLink modems are fully compatible with Bell 103 and 212 protocols, as well as European protocol CCITT V.22 BIS, V22 and V2L They operate at varying transmission speeds from 300,1200 to 2400 baud. Both modems carry five year warranties, are fully Hayes AT compatible, compatible with A-Talk III, Baud Bandit and virtually all other Amiga communications software and have FCC certified designs. Both come complete with non-volatile memory two modular phone jacks for data and voice calls, an on-board speaker and an extra- long cable, just in case your computer is across the room from your phone jack. Lots of freebies. We also throw in a nice collection of goodies a free subscription to the Genie network worth $ 29-95, $ 60 worth of free on-line time from NewsNet, a free $ 50 subscription to Official Airline Guide, a $ 20 discount package from Delphi and more. DataLink 2000 .. .$ 159. DataLink 2000 w MNP-5 _$ 189. DataLink 2000 w MNP5 & Send-fax_S228. DataLink Express. -------------------$ 249. DataLink Express w MNP-5 $ 299. DataLink Express w MNP-5 & SendfaxJ$ 578. Order today! To order or for more information, call (214) 241-6060 today, 9 am to 11 pm, 7 days. Or send check or money order to Applied Engineering. MasterCard. VISA and C.O.D. welcome. Texas residents add 1% sales tax. Add $ 10 outside U.S.A. Dealer inquiries invited. 4E Applied Engineering* The enhancement experts. A Division of AE Research Corporation
P. O. Box 5100 mim Carrollton, TX 75011 USA £1990. AE Research, Inc All rights reserved. Prices subject to change without notice. Brand arid product names are registered trademarks of their respectin’ holders. Service Industry Accounting REVIEWS A program for the business of the hour By Gary A. Ludwick FROM AUTO REPAIR to legal practice, billing by the hour is the rule, but until now, only inanual-entry time cards or billing diaries were suitable For such businesses. . .at least For those relying on the Amiga. Brown-Wagh’s Service Industry Accounting (SIA) is the first Amiga accounting program oriented toward businesses where labor not goods is the primary billing item. Books Worth Reading Like its cousin, Easylx*dgers (a goods- oriented accounting package also by Bmwn-Wagh), SIA Features a graphic interlace that presents the program in five sections: The Purchase Book (accounts payable), Sales Book (receivables), Ledger Book (general ledger), Inventory Book (stock control), and Job Cards ' (projects in progress). These books are organized in the same way most service businesses set up such manual entry books or files, and each contains pages that you can flip through by using the mouse. The Sales Book asks you to enter all the necessary details of each client vou
* J serve: company name, mailing address, contact, phone number, credit limit, sales terms, sales-tax situation, and pricing structure. Because you can Fully customize each customer file, the program is extremely flexible. You can place customers on succeeding pages in alphabetical or any other order. Tabs fin* each j two-page spread make finding any customer a snap. D'lie Purchase Book, where creditor and supplier information is recorded, is organized similarly. You should get your accountant’s help to set up the Ledger Book, which contains all the Fiscal and account information that reflects your business’s financial condition. SIA is the best accounting package available for this type of business. It helps you control inventory and, if you keep it updated, ii lets you see what’s happening 011 011 a day-to-day basis. You can also use it for point-of-sale to generate invoices, and it lets you record invoices and change them if needed. Wc haven’t found any bugs in SIA. The only thing I don’t like and tliis, as with double-entry accounting, is intrinsic to the process is that it is not easy to correct mistakes. Also, I would tike to see the developer include a payroll system. Lance Hutchinson North field, MN Parts and supplies are logged in the Inventory Book. Here you can maintain not only the cost of these items, but percentage mark-ups and fixed selling prices as well. An Hour Past Figures In service businesses, billable work is project oriented, and income is related to time spent and costs incurred. Thus, the Job Card file, which takes the place of the manually generated job ticket or work order, sets the direction for the entire SIA package. To set up a project in SIA, you open a job file, assign it a number and a title, describe it in detail, and assign it to a customer from the Sales Book. From that point on, you use the card to record hours, expenses, outside purchases, and everything else related to that job’s billing. Once you complete a project, you can do the invoicing directly from the Job Card file. SIA provides printing functions for both pre-printed invoice forms and blank paper. It can print detailed invoices that list every hour and all ma* j terials, or those that present only cumulative totals. In addition, it can automatically mark up all purchases and hours, Figure the sales tax, and post those totals to both the Sales Book and the General Ledger! Without getting into bookkeeping practices and procedures, suffice it to say that once properly set up, SIA is about as automatic and transparent a bookkeeping system as the 11 on-CPA is likely to find. You can implement an employee roster that holds both a net (salary, hourly, or commission) and a billable hourly rate for each person. In the job-description file, which is automatically configured when you start up SIA, job functions are assigned to a numbered table. (In an ad agency, for example, these functions might be labeled copywriting, art direction, typesetting, account service, meetings, new business, and so on.) You can use these job-fu net ion codes when entering employee hours to a job Card, and thus determine not only how many hours each employee is billing, but how their time is being spent and which areas are most time intensive. I bis setup also lets you print a complete breakdown of time spent to give to customers. Credits Bmwn-Wagh promotes SIA not as a conventional accounting program, but as a business-managcmcnt system. For once, the developer’s claim is not hyperbole. It is not only accurate, but perhaps even modest! SIA is extremely powerful and intuitive, and information transfer from book to book is, in most cases, completely automatic. Write an invoice from a completed job Card, and SIA updates all other affected books and accounts with one puzzling exception: While you can post outside purchases to Job Cards, you must also post them to the accounts- payable book manually. SIA provides an incredible number of management reports (39 by my count), trs Mnernsm A ft Hjir Mvtrlmnj Btsigt s icounts Cui toner M15 Sitt tiir Hexl IrasMtiMs: Jw-HI Jx-il-M JvlHt C a. 11255 nt. Ini. *12* Iw. HlYi tw. Lit
- mi.?* &5.4J YAM 1IM. IS r I OI K T CRM Sales are up at least on the screen. Lata tni SIA is much more handy than anything else we've seen. If you keep up with the program, you can pull a balance sheet or expense report quickly and easily at any time. It is a bugger to set up not because there is anything wrong with the program, but because you must know accounting. With accounting software, you cannot make changes to books as you can with a database. But the program gives you an audit trail, and if you understand debits and credits, it’s very, very good. I wish you could make pricing changes on the fly; as it is, once you have begun an automated invoicing or job-costing process, you are stuck with the price that’s in the program. The dump-to-spreadshect feature is very nice. It lets you select any fields for import into Superbase, MaxiPlan, or Lotus 1-2-3. Getting around in the program is easy, and you never have to use account numbers, which is pretty neat. I hope Brown-Wagh updates the program to provide more of the features available on the IBM version. Tim Hehr NorthfM, MN HKHS Net tf>3 including accounts receivable, customer mailing labels, staff analysis by job function, and all the usual balance sheets, income statements, and profit-and-loss statements. So far, I have yet to need information that SIA can’t provide in just seconds. Fhe manual is exemplary. Its tutorial section does a good job of introducing you to various features and providing a basic understanding of accounting principles. You’ll spend a week or two in gathering and entering all the information required, but once this initial phase is accomplished, SIA will give you more information, and therefore more control over your business, than you’ve ever had before. Debits With mediocre programs, only major er- rors or problems get a reviewer’s attention. But with truly excellent packages of which SIA is one the small problems and inconsistencies seem more intolerable than they really are. On boot-up, SIA requires you to type in the date and to click on directory listings to define a path to its data files. The program should be able to read the system date and should provide a definable default path that’s kept as a permanent look-up file. Then, because SIA often requires you to move from keyboard to mouse and back again when entering data, the process takes more time than it should. The graphic approach to all the program’s aspects is great, but I wish there were a way to select gadgets (“radio buttons”) and boxes from the keyboard. Also, as good as SIA’s printing facility is, it needs more flexibility. For instance, i I prefer printing invoices on my letterhead, but SI A provides no option for this or any other customization. I would also like to see a facility that accepts purchase-order numbers and then prevents you from closing that job until it can account for all purchase orders with invoices received. None of SIA’s debits are even close to being fatal. They are simply minor blemishes and places for improvement. With today’s advanced peripherals, external expansion boxes and applications Amiga didn’t dream of a few years ago, it’s easy to overload the standard Amiga 500 power supply. That’s why Applied Engineering now offers a heavy duty version. AE’s heavy duty 100-watt power supply nearly triples your Amiga 500’s native 35-watt power output. 100 watts is enough power to free you from having to disable an external disk drive to conserve power. Expansion cards, disk drives, accelerators, clock cards, modems, printer interfaces and the base computer itself all compete for the same power output. Expect to crank all up at once, and .you can find yourself on the short end of the stick. AE’s new power supply runs at 110 220V +15% to accommodate European standards. Output is +5V (13A), +12V (2A), -I2V (1A). Dual, tlWQ.AEXesLUKb, luc Abritfusmetivd. Cr-.e' sul'na ro dnw u:ihcit! Mike Unuvlatkipmduil names arc nxi&rul tm>kr,wtevfdxir n kxtuetrikrs You will need your accountant’s help and advice in setting up the program, and there will certainly be questions along the way that the manual is not equipped to answer. Finally, SIA requires daily massaging to live up to its full potential. But, while I rarely make blanket recommendations about software, here goes: Service Industry Accounting is one program every service business should have. Front-mounted switches allow you to separately control an additional peripheral (printer, monitor, etc.) The AE Power Supply installs in minutes and comes complete with a full one year warranty. AE Power Supply ...$ 99 Order today! To order or for more information, see your dealer or call
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• tv lilt* Service Industry Accounting Broum-Wagh Publishing 130-D Knowles Los Gatos, CA 95030 408 378-3838 S99 One megabyte required. Tiger Cub Feline in the mood for music ? By Steve Quinzi TIGER CUB, DR. Ts new entry-level MIDI package that's billed as “the music program for the rest of us,” features a 12-track sequencer, an easy-to-use graphic editor, and a budget price. It also includes QuickScore, a simple transcription program that can display and print your sequences in standard musical notation. Tiger Cub comes with two disks: the program disk containing the Cub and QuickScore programs, and an auxiliary disk with sequence examples and sampled sounds. Tiger Cub itself is copyprotected with the key-disk method, but QuickScore, which works only with Tiger Cub, is not. Those scraping by with 512K are out of luck with this program it will not run with less than a meg of RAM. Leaving From 12 Tracks Cub’s Tape Recorder screen is laid out much like the Track-mode Record screen of Dr. T’s Keyboard Controlled Sequencer (KCS). Instead of KCS’s 48 tracks, however, Cub has 12. These tracks are arranged in rows, each with a box containing the track’s name, MIDI channel assignment, instrument (internal Amiga sound or specified external MIDI source), and space for comments. There are also buttons to solo, mute, or assign each track to a group. The control panel provides the familiar transport controls: play, record, fast forward, rewind, pause, and stop. There is also a measure beat step counter, a real-time counter, a visual metronome, and a tempo slider with an adjustable range of 20 to 600 beats per minute. At the left is a group of buttons that allow you to record controllers and aftertouch, Buy BOTH a SupraDrive™ WordSync™ Hard Disk Card AND a SupraRAM™ 2000. And SupraRam 2000 The SupraDrive is a high-performance, autobooting hard disk card that features the acclaimed WordSync SCSI Interface and reliable Quantum™ hard disks, mounted in our rugged SupraSturdy™ frame. The SupraDrive implements the Commodore RDB standard and supports SCSI Direct, which lets you use up to 6 external SCSI devices including removable media. Plus the SupraDrive comes with 3 full disks of the best hard disk software available: our proprietary SupraFormat™ and SupraEdit™ programs, ExpressCopy™ backup software, and CLImate™ file management software (an $ 85 combined value). The SupraRAM 2000 comes with 2, 4, 6, or 8MB of FAST RAM and installs easily in any internal Amiga 2000 expansion slot. It features zero wait states, hidden refresh, and a four-layer board that reduces noise and improves reliability; plus it includes a test mode and software to make troubleshooting easy. It’s also easy to expand from your initial configuration using easy-to-find DIP chips, which are substantially less expensive than the SIMM RAM used on other boards. Weil send you $ 50 when you buy both a SupraDrive WordSync Hard Disk Card and a SupraRAM 2000 between September 1, 1990 and December 31, 1990 and follow the instructions at right. State Zip Please allow four weeks for processing. Valid only on U.S. purchases. Void where prohibited. OFFER EXPIRES 2 1 91. SupraDrive, WordSync, SupraRAM, SupraSturdy, SupraFormat, and SupraEdit are Supra Corp. trademarks. Amiga is a Commodore-Amiga trademark. Quantum is a Quantum Corp. trademark. ExpressCopy is an Express-Way trademark. CLImate is a Progressive Peripheral Products trademark. Have enclosed ALL of the following required items:
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You can load up to 16 samples, each with a definable range, transposition, and volume, Drumkit opens a page in which you can document note assignments for various drum-sound sources (this is strictly a text function, with no MIDI capability). On the Instruments page, you can document the names and program change numbers of all the patches in your various synths. Recording is a snap with Cub. If the piece you want to record is not eight bars (the default), choose Change Length from the Utilities menu to set it. (You can change the length again at any time,) Selecting Audible Metronome from the Play menu causes the Amiga to generate a click; you can set the number of clicks per beat and the number of count-in beats from another menu. Clicking the Record button or pressing F2 on the Amiga keyboard enables the recorder. Clicking the Play button, pressing the right mouse button, pressing the space bar, or hitting a key on a MIDI TUR.M YOUR Tiger Cub is fun for amateurs like me. The graphic-editing feature makes it easier to use than Dr. Ts eight-track MRS, You can do everything with the mouse. The manual could be vastly improved, though. It doesn’t even mention the demos on disk, for example, and I had to play around with the program to find out that it provides terrific internal sounds, (This means that you can make music even if you don’t have a keyboard but it’s not documented!) Other parts are just plain baffling. But while this makes Tiger Cub hard to use, the program is still good for beginners. It is expandable through Dr. T’s Multi-Program Environment, and it is well worth the money. Clinton Wheatley Cocoa, FL keyboard starts the sequencer. (I feel there are too many options for starting the sequencer and wish that the last two could be disabled.) With Auto Record enabled, the sequencer loops around the section, allowing you to record track after track without stopping. With each repeat of the loop, MIDI data is directed to the next open track. Without it, the sequencer stops recording after one pass, but continues in a play loop until you stop it. Drawing up Changes Click the Edit button on the control panel, and you are transported to Tiger Cub’s graphic editing screen. Here tracks are displayed in piano-roll format, and notes are represented by bars on a graph, with the vertical position of the bars indicating pitch, and the horizontal position showing placement in time. Clicking on the track button at the top of the screen causes a different track to show on the graph. A keyboard is at the left side of the screen, and horizontal lines extend from each C note, so you can easily distinguish the octaves. At normal magnification, the vertical lines crossing the graph represent one measure (eight measures of 4 4 displayed at a time), but by zooming in or out, you can get as fine as 16th notes (2‘ 2 beats displayed), or as coarse as 17 measures per line. When you move the cursor within the graph, a display window reports its location in time and pitch. This is most useful for editing. You can add notes to the graph by clicking the Note Draw icon and placing them with the mouse. The length of the bar represents note duration, while its vertical stem represents velocity. With the Edit Pitch, Edit Velocity, Edit Duration, Move Note, or Erase icons, you can use the mouse to alter notes. Global editing functions are available in the Edit menu. To select something to edit, choose either the Select or Horizontal Range icons. The former requires you to click on individual notes or draw a box around a group of notes; editing then affects only the selected note events. With the latter, you highlight an area of the graph; editing then affects all notes, controllers, and so on within that range. The editing features that are available with Select are Cut, Copy and Paste, Pitch (transpose), Velocity (change by a given amount, set all equal, or scale), Time Reverse (which flips the selected area and plays it backward), Move (which offsets the selected group of notes a given number of steps), and Split (which copies the group to another track). In addition to the usual quantize features, Quantize Selected offers a variable swing factor, which can allocate more time to the downbeat than the upbeat in consecutive eighth notes. A bug in the quantize function causes an offset in triplet quantization, so if, for example, you want to quantize to quarter-note triplets, you must select eighth-note triplets. (Dr. T’s knows of this problem and promises to repair it in the next program update.) You can also apply Pitch, Velocity, and Time Reverse to events that are selected with Horizontal Range. 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While Toaster units are not shipping to the general public as of this writing, it appears they will soon be on their way. And, quite honestly, I believe that it is going to be well worth the wait. Editor's Note: As of this writing, no Video Toaster units have been shipped to customers. As such, this is not a review but only a 'hands-on'' preview of the product. XewTek officials say that the first units for sale will ship in early September although they advise that it may take sei’eral months before the company can fill all current orders for the product. AmigaWorld will be reporting a full evaluation of the machine after it ships. How do I know? Well, in early July AmigaWorld received one of the first Toasters to leave Topeka without a legion of security guards. Ever since the preproduction unit arrived complete with its impressive array of bundled software our offices have been the site of more video activity than a 1 lolly wood set. While this article is only a preview, we feel that we have had enough independent, first-hand experience with the machine to offer solid preliminary findings to the many readers who have been tiam- oring for information about a very significant piece of technology. Few Amiga products have been the subject of as much speculation and rumor, and we think you may be quite surprised with just what is about to emerge from those Kansas cornfields. Just What Is a Video Toaster, Anyway? A simple answer to that question is not easy, because the foaster does many different things. The Toaster essentially is a video switcher a device that allows the user to change from one video source to another. Sometimes the change is very abrupt (a cut), where you are simply switching instantly from one to the other. At other times more complex changes -or transitions are required; these are generally referred to as digital effects. When the Toaster was in its early stages of development, the original concept was simply to produce a low-cost digital-effects device specifically, a realtime video digitizer that would manipulate digitized images under software control so that the transformed images could then be encoded into a broad- cast-quality video signal. This is what the general public has been expecting, and it won’t be disapTour pointed, because the Video Toaster is a very powerful digital-effects device, delivering a broadcast-quality NTSC video signal that meets the requirements for RS-170A ratings. There is, however, a lot more to the Toaster in hardware and software than most people expected. This look at the Toaster’s features will give you a clearer idea of what it is and what it can do. The Toasters basic hardware features consist of a production switcher, a DVE (Digital Video Effects) generator, a frame grabber, a character generator (CG), and two frame buffers. The software side is equally extensive and impressive, and holds several unexpected surprises, as you will see in just a moment. The main Toaster software program generates the on-screen control panels that allow you to access all parts of the Toaster’s hardware. (See the sidebar "Toaster Tour" for a more detailed description of Video Toaster features.) In addition, there is a remarkable group of programs bundled with the regular Toaster package, including: Toaster Plaint, a 24-bit paint program that allows you to draw and paint in the 16-million-color frame buffers; LightWave 3D, an incredible 3-D ten- HERE IS A quick rundown of some of the more important Video Toaster features. Digital Video Effects The top half of the main Toaster screen (see Figure 2) is devoted to four banks of digital video effects (DVEs). Only one is displayed at a time, but you can switch among them simply by pressing one of the DVE bank buttons labeled A-D. Each bank has 32 effects, ranging from cuts to wipes and transitions all of which arc available at any given time. This initial set of 128 is just the beginning, however, because, depending on how you have set the other features, you can create hundreds of other effects. To give you an idea of the tremendous variety of wipes and transitions, a short list would include; pushes, blinds, fades, zooms, pixelization, snow, spins, trails, and slides plus quite a number that defy easy description. In the lower-right part of the screen, there is a software version of the switcher’s T-bar, which can be controlled manually with the mouse or set to one of three speeds for automatic image switching. There are also buttons for freezing (grabbing) the current image into the frame buffers. In addition, you’ll find gadgets for loading (and saving) 24-bit images from disk into either of the two buffers, which you can then use as a video source for the DVEs. The significance of the Toaster’s ability to use framestores for effects should not be minimized, because if the effects you need can be made from still images, you will not need a time-base corrector after all. By generating the images via the onboard frame grabber, LightWave 3D, or ToasterPaint, and loading them into the framestores, you can still make use of almost all the available effects. For example, perhaps one of your video sources is from live video and the other is a framestore created with LightWave 3D. You can perform an effect, a tumble, say, from the framestore out over the live signal while recording the output. Video Source Selectors Genlock While not one of the major features, the Toaster’s built-in genlock should not be overlooked. It does differ somewhat from the genlocks used in most Amigas because it does not display the combined image on your RGB monitor. Instead, it merely encodes the signals and sends them out as a composite-video signal, which can then be recorded in the normal manner. (This is a standard technique for using genlocks with most nonAmiga computers.) Dual Frame Buffers Because the Toaster’s standard configuration includes two megabytes of RAM, it can support two complete frame buffers on board. Besides DVE effects, these can be used for loading disk-based images, for grabbing images from incoming video, as RAM for the supplied 24-bit paint program, and as a display device for the LightWave 3D animation program. Frame Grabber At the click of a mouse button, you can grab an incoming image in a full 16 million colors. The result is stored in memory, where it can be saved to disk. Through image-processing routines contained in the software, you can ensure that any motion present in the frame will be removed. Character Generator The CG is a full-featured, professional package capable of generating up to 100 pages of text using any of the 25 supplied fonts. You can use any of the 16 million colors for the fonts, and you can make ever)' line on a page a different color with a different font if you wish. There is even a special “rainbow” font that exhibits a beautiful color gradation. The CG offers a wide variety of shadowing styles, including a special transparent shadow mode. You can display each page of text using either crawls or scrolling effects that are very smooth and capable of being displayed up to 60 frames per second. Color Effects You can access another full set of effects through the chroma-effects menu (see Figure 1), which provides you with enormous control over on-screen color. New- Tek indicates that such features as generating negatives and turning color images into monochrome ones are also possible. Other impressive effects noted in this area include posterization and so- larization (the latter effect is shown in Figure 1). Keys Still another source of very powerful effects involves the use of keys. A key is a mask that determines what is displayed and what is transparent. (The transparent area could be blank or it could show another video source.) I have not used this feature, but according to NewTek the Toaster can be software-configured to use a wide variety of key masks including even animated keys! Incorporating these key effects with some of the other DVEs provides an almost unlimited supply of effects, ? LW AmigalVorld 23 dering and animation package by Alan Hastings; and LightWave Modeler* a 3-D object-design program for creating the objects you use in LightWave. (See the sidebar “Bundles of Pure Joy” for more on the Toaster’s additional software.) Thrown into the bargain is an assortment of software accessories, including a wide variety of fonts for t he character generator and an even larger number of predesigned 3-D objects for LightWave (both supplied on disk in a package called the Phone Book). Physically, the Toaster is a two-tiered board that J J plugs into the Amiga 2000’s video slot. (At the time this article was written, it did not work properly in the A3000, but according to Newtek an A3000 board will be available after production of the current Toaster is ramped up to full speed.) In the rear, it has four separate composite-video inputs and two composite outputs. All connections are made via BNC (British Nut Connector) connectors. The Toaster is a full-length board, reaching all the wav from the rear of the A2000 to about one inch from the front case. It uses every bit of the space available on the video-slot side of the computer. For those users of Micro Way’s flicker Fixer, which also resides in the A2000’s video slot, there is no need to despair. Micro Way now offers the DEB 2000, which is a device that creates a new slot for the flickcrFixer on the PC-slot side of the Amiga and frees up the video slot for other devices, including the Toaster. Because the system in which 1 installed the Toaster used a flickerFixer, I installed the DEB 2000; both it and (lie Toaster worked just fine. So, What Do I Need To Start Toasting? Requirements for using the Toaster vary to some degree, but the basic system should be at least an A2000 or A2500 with 3MB of RAM and a hard disk. More memory is useful, and the larger the storage capacity of the hard disk, the better, because the 16- million-color framestore images are over TOOK each and tend to eat up a lot of storage space on your disk. In addition, you must have a Super Agnus chip, as the Toaster software requires more than 512K of chip RAM. You also need at least one composite monitor, although it is better if you have two composite display undies of Pure joy ONE OF THE biggest surprises concerning the Toaster is the software bundled with it. While it has been common knowledge that NewTek was developing a 24-bit paint program and a 3-D animation package, few people knew that this software was to lie included at no extra charge with every Video Toaster. 24-Bit Painting ToasterPaint is a full-featured 24-bit paint program. The version we received used the Digi-Paint 3 interface, but we were told the final package will contain some design modifications that will give the program its own unique look and feel. The program makes full use of the 768x480 overscan display in 16 million colors (24 bits per pixel) generated by the Toaster. Buffer, it works quite well and really does The program works in a somewhat indirect way. The interface resides on the Amiga’s display, and all rendering is done on screen in HAM mode. The 768x480 screen itself is a large virtual canvas. You scroll around it by moving the mouse, and it automatically tracks your movement in much the same way that virtual screens do under Workbench 2.0. Painting occurs on the HAM display, although all the information is maintained internally as 24-bit data. When you want to see the image in its full 24-bit glory, simply click a button on the interface to send the image to one of the Toaster’s frame buffers so that il can be displayed on the composite monitor. While not quite as satisfying as drawing directly into the 3-D Rendering As an avid 3-D modeler, I have to admit that my favorite piece of Toaster software is LightWave 3D. Having used just about every 3-1) rendering package on the Amiga market, I can truthfully say that LightWave absolutely blows away everything else in its class. LightWave 3D is not a ray-tracing pro- sources. The Amiga’s own RGB display is used for the software control panel, while the composite monitors show the two active video sources. Once you install the hardware and load the Toaster software, you are presented with the main Toaster interlace screen = see Figure 2). Because the Toaster takes over the machine completely, you cannot switch to other Amiga software (although when you exit the Toaster program, it does return you to Workbench). From within the Toaster interface, however, you have easy and direct access to the character generator. Toaster Plaint, and LightWave programs. When you exit these, you are returned to the main Toaster screen. Alter satisfying the Toaster’s Amiga requirements, you then need to consider what video hardware you need. If all you want to do is grab live images from a single video source, such as a camcorder or laserdisc player, simply connect it to Toaster input 1 and start frame-grabbing images. You can then edit these 16-millioii-color pictures with the ToasterPaint graphics program. If your intention is to feed more than one video gram; instead, it uses Phong shading to generate most of its images. The main advantage of Phong shading over ray tracing is speed. Rendering times in the latter, as you may have experienced, are unbearably long. LightWave, however, does make use of some ray-tracing techniques in its most realistic shadow-generating mode which, of course, slows things down considerably. The scene editor is a dream come true. You use only one window for viewing, and the scene is depicted in a full wireframe 3-D perspective within it (see Figure 3). If you want to translate (move) or rotate the scene or any of its components, simply move the mouse. Every action is fast and fluid, and most importantly, the action is in real time. Literally within minutes, I was able to create a fairly complex scene (see Figure 4) and that was before I had even read the manual! Caligari (Octree) is the only package that comes close to LightWave in ease of use. You move the camera and the various light sources in the same easy fashion as the objects. As an added touch, the lamps and cameras are fully visible in the scene; 7 not surprisingly, they actually look like lamps and cameras. Although a fairly wide assortment of textures is supplied, you can also wrap an IFF image to the surface of an object or use it as a background. You can specify how it will be wrapped, selecting planar, spherical, or cylindrical. A number of VideoScape textures, such as marble and wood, are also available. Other options you can use to affect the surface of objects include adding fractal noise, varying the frequency of the texture patterns, and specifying how light striking the object will be treated (diffuse, specular, gloss, transparency, bump mapping, or by adding fog in the air). You can even specify a reflection map, which reflects neighboring objects or IFF images. Full-Blown Animating LightWave 3D is not just a rendering program; it’s also a full-featured animation package. It uses the key-frame approach, which should be familiar to users of most current Amiga 3-D animation programs. In key animation, you create a scene and designate it as a key frame. Skipping ahead a few frames, you make changes to the scene and specify the new scene as another key frame, and so on. The computer then creates all the frames in between the key frames. The result is usually a smooth animation that did not take hundreds of hours to create. You can use as many key frames as needed to achieve your desired results. If you plan on creating animations using the full 24-bit, 16-million-color capability the Toaster provides, you will need additional hardware in the form of a transport controller and a video-tape deck that offers single-frame accuracy. (See the sidebar “Toaster Studio Source Guide” on p. 28 for some manufacturers of transport controllers.) This requirement would, of course, hold for any 24-bit animation package, not just LightWave 3D. ? LW come as a shock for the average Amiga user who was hoping to get a Video Toaster and plug in a couple of consumer VCRs. The reasons for needing a TBC (price range approximately S1500-S8000) are technical, having to do with the quality of the incoming video signals. Refer to the sidebar “Getting in Sync: TBCs” for a more detailed description. Toaster Wrap As you have seen from this quick preview and its sidebars, there is much more to the Video Toaster than most of us expected. In this one plug-in card, we find several professional video-production devices, which if purchased separately would cost many limes more than the Toaster's SI595 price. In addition, the 24-bit paint program and 3-D modeling and animation software included in the package are in themselves worth hundreds of dollars. So instead of just a single-solution product, we now have one package that offers solutions for the Amiga video professional, the artist and the animator. 1 would not he surprised if many Amiga owners rushed out to get a Toaster, and there may be lots of people who will buy an .Amiga just so they can use the Toaster! The Video Toaster $ 1595 NewTek 215 SE 8th St. Topeka, KS 66603 913 354-1146 800 843-8934 ? IN THEORY, THE video signals coming into the Video Toaster should consist of
59. 94 images, or frames, per second. In practice, however, the video frame rate of incoming signals is somewhat different, or out of sync, with this theoretical requirement. There are two different types of sync horizontal and vertical that are associated with each frame of video. (Think of sync, physically, as a signal pulse. In the case of horizontal sync, this pulse instructs the electron gun in the monitor to jump to the beginning of the next raster line at precisely the end of the previous one. With vertical syncs, which indicate the end of the current frame, the pulse instructs the electron gun to jump to the top left of the screen.) If the incoming signal is out of sync in either or both cases, the effect will be some degree of generalized distortion of the video image. In the case of a camcorder sending live video, sync is not a real problem, because the Toaster is able to correctly sync itself to that single source. When you add a second source, however, even if it too is live video from another camera, the Toaster is able to sync properly to only one of them. The result is that the two signals get out of phase; to effectively perform any of the digital video effects using external video sources, the Toaster requires both sources to be in sync. When you start supplying video from a tape source, sync becomes an even greater problem because of the mechanical nature of playing a tape as opposed to a purely electronic signal from live video. In practice, the Toaster is not able to sync directly to even one tape source, let alone two. (While video from tape requires that you use a time-base corrector [TBC] with the Toaster, a single laserdisc signal does not. Evidently, the signal from the laser-disc player is not as far out of sync as that from the tape. If you plan on using more than one input, however, a TBC is still required even if both signals come from laser discs.) As mentioned in the main article, all of this is old news to video professionals, who worked out the TBC solution long ago. The TBC takes two incoming video signals and syncs them together. (That does* not mean that the two images are combined, merely that they are now both in sync with each other.) By connecting the two incoming video signals into a TBC, which then passes them on through to the Toaster, you are able to cleanly process the two images. The good news in all of this is that TBC prices have steadily fallen of late and seem likely to continue to do so. .Another significant development is that many camcorder and tape-deck manufacturers are now including TBCs as standard features on their equipment. (For a list of TBC manufacturers, see the sidebar “Toaster Studio Source Guide.”) ? LW ¦Vl*. .-.k Nexus is a unique combination of state-of-the-art hardware and software designed to meet your current and future storage needs. The Nexus features a high performance SCSI interface. 4 megabytes of memory expansion, space for a 3.5" hard drive and the most complete storage software ever assembled. The Nexus is fully compatible with Amiga 2000 and 3000 series computer systems, the PC Bridgeboard and the A-Max emulator. Easy To Install You can install Nexus in your Amiga in a matter of minutes. To make the installation completely effortless, Nexus includes intuitive configuration software. The easy to follow instructions take you step-by-step to a successful installation. 1-800 Customer Service When you need help for any reason, we are just a toll-free phone call away. When you call you v ill talk to a knowledgeable person who cares about you and who v ill go to any length to assure your satisfaction. Exclusive 5 Year Warranty Nexus is superbly engineered and uses only the finest components to give you many years of trouble free operation. We stand behind our products by offering an exclusive 5 year warranty on parts and labor. Focus On Storage Systems By focusing our development exclusively on storage systems, we deliver complete storage solutions and not just a hodgepodge of hardv are components. Nexus Hardware A high degree of component integration allows the Nexus to combine a SCSI interface, a 3.5" hard drive and 4 megabytes of memory on a single card. Mounting your 3.5“ hard drive directly on the card leaves your drive bay open for future expansion. High Performance SCSI Interface Nexus uses an innovative SCSI design, giving you the vast storage of a hard disk, while simultaneously approaching the speed of a RAM disk. Imagine reading from your hard disk the equivalent of an
880. 000 byte Amiga diskette in less than one second. Memory Expansion Nexus gives your application software more room to work by adding 2 or 4 megabytes of memory to your Amiga. You can add memory to the card using easy to install single in-line memory modules (SIMMs). Save a valuable expansion slot by avoiding the use of a dedicated memory card. Unlimited Storage Options Nexus lets you make the right choice for your storage needs by supporting a variety of SCSI drives including streaming tape, removable cartridge, erasable optical. DAT and CD-ROM. Nexus Software Nexus is more than just a superb piece of hardv are. Nexus includes the most complete storage software available for the Amiga. FlashBack Protect your valuable data by performing regular backups using our convenient FlashBack software. FlashBack lets you select files for backup using the mouse and can save files to any storage device including diskette and streaming tape. PowerBench With its intuitive user interface, PowerBench lets you take charge of your Amiga. Click on a graphics file to see it, a sound file to play it, a text file to read it and that’s only the beginning. SmartCache Intelligent caching improves performance and extends the life of your hard drive. SmartCache speeds up data access by using a specified portion of memory to store frequently used information. Spool It Any data sent to the printer is captured and saved on disk. Spoollt prints the data in the background v hile you continue to use your application software. DiskSurgeon Undelete a file that was accidentally deleted. Do a media analysis to locate and map out bad blocks or potentially bad blocks. Improve hard disk performance by reorganizing the disk to remove fragmentation and to make files contiguous. InstantFormat Our formatting and partitioning software sets a new standard for ease of use. With the click of a few buttons you can format any SCSI hard drive instantly. MemoryDoctor Memory diagnostic software verifies the proper operation of your expansion memory. The MemoryDoctor program uses a graphics display to show v hich components, if any. Need to be replaced. Order Nexus Today The Nexus hardware software package is an outstanding value at a retail price of $ 349. Nexus is available from your local dealer or by calling 1-800-878-0010. Dealer inquiries invited. Nexus options include Sidewinder 250, HardPack 44, LaserDrive, SubSystem SCSI, Advanced Hard Drives and Advanced Accessories. A Division of Preferred Technologies, Inc. 14540 East Beltv ood Parkway Dallas, Texas 75244 U.S.A. Telephone (214) 702-9191 Facsimile (214) 702-9203 Sales (800) 878-0010 Customer Service (800) 878-6006 Nexus. RashBack. PowerBench, SmartCoche. SpooM. 0$ *$ urgecr. InstartfccTxr. MemocyDoctOf, SubSystem SCS. SideWnder 250. Hard-occ 44. LaserOrve. Advanced Had Dnves. Advanced Accessories end Advancec Storage Sy-rems c*e trodemarics o' Preferrec Technologies Inc Al other product rames ore trademarks arc registered trademarks of their 'espective companies IF YOU ARE planning on setting up your own video studio using the NewTek Toaster, make sure the equipment you purchase is Toaster-compatible. Acording to NewTek, a prime consideration for a Toaster-compatible camera is that it feature a sync input. Some reasonably priced camcorders tested by the company include: Sony CCD-G1 (S750) JVC TK-880U(L) ($ 1240) Panasonic WV-D5100 (SI500) There seems to be a trend among video-gear manufacturers to add built-in time-base correctors (TBCs) to their equipment, which could be good news for Toaster users. Here are a few examples: Sony CCD-V5000 Hi-Band 8 Camcorder (S2700) Hitachi VL-S1G0 Portable S-VHS Recorder ($ 3990) Keep in mind that not all systems with built-in TBCs will work. If in doubt, contact NewTek and ask about the specific model you are considering. If you need a transport controller for single-frame recording of animations, make sure it's Amiga-compatible. The following companies manufacture such equipment: BCD Associates 7510 North Broadway Ext, Suite 205 Oklahoma City, OK 73116 405 843-4574 Videomedia 211 Weddell Dr. Sunnyvale, CA 94089 408 745-1700 Lyon Lamb 4531 Empire Ave. Burbank, CA 91505 818 843-48M There are quite a few sources for time- base correctors. The following companies all offer TBCs, with most of them supplying a wide range of models varying considerably in terms of features and price: ALTA Group 535 Race St. Suite 230 San Jose, CA 95126 408 297-2582 FOR-A Corp. Nonantum Office Park 320 Nevada St. Newton, MA 02160 617-244-3223 Hotronic 1875 So. Winchester Blvd. Campbell, CA 95008 408 378-3883
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P. O. Box 5100 mirn Carrollton, TX 75011 [JSA ©1990 AE Research, Inc All rights reserved. Prices subject to change without notice Brand and product names are registered trademarks of their respective holders The Studio Builder’s EFERENCE GUIDF Looking for video equipment but cant sort out all those black boxes? Our roundup of hardware charts the differences. AS MUCH .AS you might wish, the Amiga cannot fill all your desktop-video needs. Sure, your Amiga is great for producing titles, splashy special effects, stereo audio, and animation, but it cannot shoot your video or record a finished tape. To help you decide what equipment you need at the other end of the video cable, 1 assembled the following buyer’s guide. Although inexpensive by professional standards, industrial VCRs, cameras, still video, laser discs, switchers, and editing controllers are priced way beyond the means of even the most resourceful video- phile, so I have limited my coverage to high-end consumer equipment. Regrettably, I do not have enough space to include important, but secondary, items such as audio-mixing consoles, lights, software, and .Amiga-specific add-ons (genlocks). Pick and choose freely among the suggested units, but above all remember: Trite as it sounds, you get what you pay for. Among other things, this means avoiding the purchase of features you do not need. You will probably be able to add them later, when you need them, and for less money. ? AMIGA ILLUSTRATION BY LOU BEACH By Gene Brawn Its handling of graphics is unsurpassed: Pen Pal is the only program I tested that will automatically wrap text around graphics... Amiga World July 1990. Number 1 best seller Productivity Software. Amiga Insider - Front The Top - March, April, May, June, July, August 1990 Five Stars! The best of the lot by a huge margin... Intuitive and easy to use... Fast enough that speed isn't even a consideration. Info fan Teh 1990 Your best choice in a word Man's (and Women's) Best Friend by Cmt Mj icrf feeM: iCt SofiWood Inc P-G Box 50>76 f a? 65076 A dog l* rnnn wonderful animal companion a man or boy can have. Many) ears ago Senator Vert of Missouri made a speech that lefts wdiat every’ dog ai-rtef feels about a dog. Here is pan of that speech- Ttie one absolutely unselfish friend tha! Man can have tn this selfish world, die one Uiat never deserts him. The one that never proves ungrateful or treadierous. Is his dog. A mans dog stands by him in prosperity and poverty, in health and sickness He will sleep on die cotd ground where dw wintry winds blctv If only he may be near his roarers side When all odier friend* desert lie remains When riches take sings and reputailori falls to pieces, ftc IS as constant In his love as the sun tn is Journey through the heaven* And when death take* die mastrf in its embrace. And his body is laid as ay In die cold ground dicre by the graveside will die noble dog be found, his head between hi* paw* his rye* sad, but open in aJen vawhfuineM, faidiful and tiueevenlndeadi Circle 3 on Reader Service card oumbeis ate better ttan expecled i ' *ti oacrv>vrJCAVx* vj *cooo*»*c r
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y. Jr, r U- ‘1*1 mCA>9 tN» Camcorders Obviously, the master videotaped image is the most important element of the desktop-video production. Because creating the finished tape involves copying your original footage (four generations is not unusual) and picture quality degrades with each new copy, you must start with the best image possible. Put your pennies into the picture, and be sure to try before you buy. Quality is hard to evaluate from spec sheets; trust your eyes instead. At long last, manufacturers are moving away from useless bells and whistles and toward truly helpful features. Electronic image stabilizers attempt to minimize hand-held camera shake. Digital zoom, if you don’t push it too far, can effectively extend your camera’s optical reach, although you will eventually see the pixels. A blur-reducing digital focal shutter conies in handy for taping high-speed events. Save yourself controller costs by choosing a unit with a synchro-editing feature, which turns your edit deck into an edit controller for your playback deck, allowing you to do assemble edits. .Although titling may seem superfluous because of readily available Amiga titling software, it is useful as an electronic slate to identify your scenes at the shooting site. Mfr Model Price Format Features Comments F I E L Z L T S S L S E N F U 0 E 1 H T B Y H S X X 0 N T U E S N E M S L T R C R E T E H T E O R R O Canon A1 Mark II
2299. 00 HI8 1 2” * 4 10
1. 4 * * •
3. 3 * H800
1745. 00 HIS 1 2” * 5 8
1. 7 * * *
2. 6 * “Fuzzy logic" control of Irls focus E06
1549. 00 8MM 1 2" * 4 6
1. 8 * * *
2. 1 Fisher FVC-880
1199. 95 8MM 1 2” * 4 6
1. 8 * *
1. 7 "Fuzzy logic” control of iris focus Hitachi VM-S8100A
2199. 95 SVHS 2 3” * 5 8
1. 2 *
6. 0 VM-5200A
1399. 95 VHS 2 3" • 7 8
1. 2 *
6. 0 * JVC GF-S550U
2299. 00 SVHS 1 2” * 7 8
1. 4 * *
6. 0 * Olympus VX-407
1295. 00 VHS 1 2” * * 3 8
1. 4 *
4. 2 * Titling optional ($ 349) Panasonic PV-660
1599. 00 VHS 1 3” • • 5 12
1. 6 *
5. 4 * Electronic image stabilization, digital zoom PV-40 1299,00 VHS-C 1 2" • • 5 8
1. 8 * *
1. 7 Electronic image stabilization, digital zoom Panasonic AG-460
3500. 00 SVHS 1 2” * * 1 10
1. 2 * *
5. 8 * Two Image chips: Y (luminance) Industrial and C (chrominance) Pentax PV-C78A
1449. 00 VHS 1 2” * 7 8
1. 4 *
7. 0 Quasar VM706
1269. 95 VHS 1 2” * * 1 12
1. 6 * *
4. 4 * Digital zoom Sony CCD-V99
2200. 00 HI8 2 3” * * 4 8
1. 6 * * *
4. 0 CCD-TR7
1400. 00 8MM 1 2" • 4 8
1. 6 * •
1. 7 CCD-V5000
2700. 00 HI8 2 3” * * * 2 8
1. 4 * *
6. 6 * Built-in TBC, superimposer, digital noise filter, digital zoom Toshiba SK-3D7
2850. 00 VHS-C 1 2" 15 6
4. 0 3-D video with LCD shutter glasses Legend: FEH-ftylng erase head, INSERT-tnsert editing, EFX-dlgha! Effects, LUX-mlnlmum light level, ZOOM-zoom ratio, LENS-1 ens speed, TlTLE-dlgltal titling, SHUTTER-dlgttai focal shutter, STEREO-audlo stereo capability, LBS-welght, SYNCHRO-synchro editing ¦ Intuitive, powerful mouse driven interface. Object oriented 3-D object editing and manipulation (DPA!NTTV style of interface).
* Lathe, extrusion and conic creation tools. ¦ Fractal land and tree creation tools. ¦ Extrude any text using any Amiga standard font into an object. ¦ Multiple 24 bit (over 16 million colors) rendering techniques including solid (faceted), gourad and phong. Display renderings directly on the Amiga (supports overscan and all resolutions including HAM). C Versatile alternatives to Amiga displays: X-Specs. RGB files. PostScript (full & EPSF). ¦ Full surface attribute control including built-in textures such as marble, wood, snow, rippled, blend, etc. ¦ Up to 99 colored light sources of varying intensities and types. ¦ Multiple lighting models: point (omni-directional), cylindrical and conic (spotlights). G Full object hierarchy control capability. ¦ Camera light following and tracking of any object. E Work in a fully shaded or wire frame environment. ¦ Supports surface details as defined by the VideoScape 3-D™ (GEO) file format. ¦ Object manipulation tools include rotation, scaling, shearing, mirroring, slicing, merging and splitting. ¦ Fully configurable gridding and grid snap facility for precise placement. ¦ An easy to use alignment tool for exact joining of objects. ¦ Fully supports the Transport Controller™ software for recording images to single frame VTRs. 11 Supports output to the Mimetics 24bit Frame Buffer. ¦ AREXX™ compatible script language for precise control. ¦ Easy to use ANIM creation iacilities (manual, scripted or key frame). ¦ Support for a multitude of object file formats: LOADS 3-D Professional™, VideoScape 3-D (GEO)™, Sculpt 3-D™, AutoCad DXF™, Forms In Flight™, Turbo Silver™, 3-Demon™ & CAD 3-D (Atari)™ SAVES fj Mt 3-D Professional™ & VideoScape 3-D (GEO)™ ¦ Package includes a 2 hour instuctional video tape (VHS), Tutorial Guide, & User Manual. ¦ includes powerful Animation Station software. Progressive Peripherals Acknowledges All Trademarks PROuR( P6RIPH hS-OFTI ? Denver, CO 80204 USA nPh*
3) 893-6938 464 Kalamath Stra VCRs Judging by this category's size, you might think every consumer-elec- tronics company makes at least one VCR. You would be wrong; VCRs are produced at only a handful of factories, so buying according to brand name may only lead to paying more than need be. (See the sidebar “Primary Manufacturers” for more details.) To ensure the best video quality, choose an SVHS or Hi-8 format deck. (For a further discussion of tape formats, see “Cutting the Red Tape," p. 43, AmigaWorld 1990 Video 8c Animation Special Issue.) Insist on flying erase heads for glitch-free edits. If you want to do MTV-style videos, get a deck that can record video over audio, so you can synchronize video cuts to the music. Some of the newer decks even include inexpensive, eight-bit time-base correctors that enable you to fade between two VCRs. Also, a unit with a jog wheel makes single-frame digitizing of live video a snap. Mfr Model Price Format Features Comments F S J V D S I T E F O E N B H A G D B D S C U U I R B F T T Hitachi VT-F430A
799. 95 VHS * • * * * 5 heads VT-S730A
1099. 95 SVHS * * * * * 5 heads, AN Input instant 77 IT5S
1995. 00 SVHS NTSC PAL record, mix VHS & SVHS Replay JVC HR-S5500U
1299. 00 SVHS • * * * HR-S10000U
3000. 00 SVHS * * * * * ¦* * * Digital zoom, Dolby, built-in 8-event edit controller BR-9000U
2900. 00 VHS * * * Single-frame recorder, genlock Mitsubishi HS-U62
999. 00 SVHS * * * HS-U82
1699. 00 SVHS * * • Remote edit port Panasonic PV-4024
399. 00 VHS * * * * PV-4070
729. 00 VHS * * * * * * Jog also on remote PV-S4990
1599. 00 SVHS * Digital zoom Panasonic AG-1960
1495. 00 SVHS * * * * * Color correction, interval record, remote edit port Industrial AG-1730
680. 00 VHS * * * * Philips VR6995
1799. 00 SVHS RCA VR700HF
699. 00 SVHS Low-cost SVHS Sony EV-S900
2000. 00 HI-8 * • * * * * S-video In out, jog shuttle on remote, EFX EDV-7500
1950. 00 EDBETA * * * * * * S-vldeo In out, EFX Sony ProEVO-720
4950. 00 8 mm * 2 deck edit system, controller, tiller included, fessional time code read write Toshiba SV-F990
2199. 95- SVHS * Digital noise reduction, digital EFX (wipe, fade,
2295. 95 superimpose) Legend: FEH-flylng erase head, SFA-single-frame advance, JOG-Jog shuttle dial, V DUB-audio vldeo dubbing, D BUF-digita! Video buffer, SEDIT-synchro editing, INSRT-lnsert editing, TBC-time-base corrector Video Cameras A stand-alone video camera may seem an anachronism in the age of camcorders, but there is no substitute for a good copystand and camera. You can’t scan everything! A stand-alone camera is also an excellent sync source for your system. As with camcorders, trust your eyes, not the spec sheet. .All these units feature removable lenses and, coupled with a larger tube or CCD (charged coupled device), usually produce a superior picture. More than any other category, cameras follow the you-get-what- you-pay-for rule. Mfr Model Price Features Comments S c C T RES C S P U 0 c U M H sz W L D B N U o E T T R JVC TK860U
1400. 00 * * 330 * 2 3 NTSC RGB Panasonic WV-BL200
525. 00 * 420 * 1 2 Industrial WV-CL110
850. 00 * 330 1 2 WV-D5100
1500. 00 * * 460 • 2 3 S-vtdeo WV-1410
300. 00 * * 600 * 2 3 WV-1500X
415. 00 * * 650 * 2 3 WV-140 240,00 • * 500 * 1 2 Pulnix TMC-514
1295. 00 * 510 * * 1 2 RGB, S-video outputs Legend: B W-black-and-whtte camera, RES-resolutlon, CMNT-C-mount lens bracket, SHUT-shutter, P U SZ-plck-up size Primary Manufacturers MANY VCRS AND camcorders share so many designs and features that they seem like clones. For good reason, too; they are identical machines! This is more than a matter of fashion and fads in design. A small number of manufacturers produce all the VCRs and camcorders sold around the world. This fact should affect your purchase decisions, for identical models sold under different brands can vary widely in price. Use the “Equipment Clones" chart when you suspect that there is more than one version of the unit you plan to buy. Carefully compare features; some manufacturers do include special functions to set their models apart from the clones. Minolta and Pentax, for example, have good reputations for their 35mm cameras and might include custom optics 011 their otherwise identical camcorders. ? GOB Equipment Clones Manufacturer Brands Format Manufacturer Brands Format Canon Sanyo Sharp Sony Goldstar Hitachi Tamron JVC Matsushita Toshiba Source Videomaker, January 1990 * Canon 8mm; Sunpak 8mm Goldstar VHS Hitachi VHS; Minolta VHS,8mm; Mitsubishi VHS; Pentax VHS,8mm; Realistic VHS; RCA VHS; Sears VHS JVCA'HS; Zenith VHS Chinon VHS; Curtis Mathes VHS; General Electric VHS; Instant Replay VHS; Magna- vox VHS; Nikon 8mm; 01ympus VHS,8mm; Panasonic VHS; Philips VHS; Quasar VHS; Sylvania VHS; Teknika VHS Fisher 8mm; Sanyo 8 mm Sharp VHS Kyocera 8 mm; Nikon 8 mm; Ricoh 8 mm; Sony 8 mm Tamron 8mm Toshiba 8mm Video Switchers Special Effects Generators (SEGs) These beasts are headed for extinction, at least as soon as the Video Toaster (NcwTek, $ 1595) and its clones start shipping in quantity. Until then (unless you have 12 very long arms), a video mixer is essential. It puts special effects, fades, dissolves, audio mixing, and edit control on a single console. Although most of these low-cost units do not have anywhere near the power of professional production switchers, they still can make your hours in the studio much easier. For example, even though the Amiga can emulate wipes and fades with software, it is usually much faster to use a switcher for the job such are the realities of production. Mfr Model Price Features Comments E E D A T S D F U I V I X B D T I T U I L D F O E Ambico V-0300
425. 00 * Black burst JVC JX-SV55
700. 00 * * * * Numark VAM-2000
2990. 00 * * * Dual TBC Panasonic WJ-MX10
2400. 00 * * * WJ-MX12
3000. 00 Sansui AV-99
750. 00 * • Showline 4AB1
299. 95 * * * Vidlcraft 300S
379. 00 * * * * PSW-80O
529. 00 * Matrix switcher w RS-232 port Vtvanco 4044
1335. 00 * • * Legend: EDIT-control edit VCRs, EFX-speclal effects, D BUF-dlgrtal buffer, AUDIO-audio mixing, TITLE-built-ln tltler, SVID-S-vldeo Inputs outputs Laser-Disc Players . V Ideal for the fast-paced world of desktop-video production, laser-disc players offer outstanding picture quality and quick access to any part of the program. Add to this the ability to play audio compact discs, and you have a good, all-around production tool. The only bar to greater system integration is the current lack of computer-compatible remote-control ports in the consumer models. .All units include infrared remote. Mfr Model Price Features R C C T C 3 5 8 N S P J D T M D D R H O V L 0 V B T V A A I i I I I A G E C C P n n n S D Y K E 2 Panasonic LX-1000
1400. 00 Pioneer CLD-91
2000. 00 * * LD-870
500. 00 * * * LD-V6000A
1995. 00 * * * LD-V4200
1095. 00 * * * * LD-V2200
895. 00 * * * Sharp MV-D100
1500. 00 * Sony LD-P1450
995. 00 * * * Professional LD-P1550
1598. 00 * * Yamaha CDV-1600
899. 00 * * * * * * * * * Legend: RMT-RS-232 or parallel computer port, CD-compact disc, CDV-CD-vldeo, TRACK-audto track search, CHAP-laser disc chapter search, 3 5 8 liv-plays 3,5,8 Inch discs, NOISE-nolse reduction circuit, SVID-S-vldeo output, PLAY2-plays both sides of disc, JOG-Jog shuttle, DVE-bullt-ln digital video effects, TBC-bulIMn time-base corrector fewtme, with books from Abacus C for Beginners - Introduction to learning the C language. Explains the elementary concepts using many examples. Describes G library routines, how the compiler works, many programming examples. 264 pp ISBN 1 -55755-045-X Suggested retail price $ 19.95 C for Advanced Programmers - Learn: how compilers, assemblers and linkers work, using Intuition, combining assembly language and C programs, using jump tables and dynamic arrays, designing and more. Includes complete source code for a C based text editor, 650 pp ISBN 1 55755 046-8 Suggested retail price 534.95 AmigaDOS Inside and Out - covers insides of AmigaDOS. Includes reference seclion. Lasks and handling, DOS editors ED and EDIT, create and use script files, multitasking and more. 274 pp ISBN 1-55755-041-7 Suggested retail price $ 19.95 Amiga for Beginners Tricks and Tips - presents dozens of tips on accessing libraries from BASIC, custom character sets. AmigaDOS. Sound, important 68000 memory locations and much more! 342 pp ISBN 0-916439-88-7 Suggested retail price S19.95 Amiga for Beginners - a practical guide to learning Ihe Amiga. Helps you learn Ihe essentials ol the Amiga easily and quickly: from opening the box to your first practical application. Introduces you to Intuition, the mouse, windows, the CLI and AmgaBASIC. Covers Workbench 1.3 Info. 178 pp ISBN 1-55755-021-2 Suggested retail price S16.95 Graphics Inside & Out - Graphic programming in C with examples ol points, lines, rectangles, polygons, colors, more. Complete description of the graphic system - View, Viewport, RastPort, bit-maps, screens 8 windows. 610 pp ISBN 1-55755-052-2 Suggested retail price S34.95 Making Music on the Amiga - Shows you how to lake advantage ol the wonderful musical capabilities of Ihe Amiga with programs and examples including making your own MIDI interface. Includes aiskette with music and utilities. Includes companion diskette containing dozens of music examples. Available September ISBN 1-55755-094-8. Suggested retail price 534,95 Making Mlf fj on the Ami je nd ..gas PmwlU. U l m maca BmlMl Amiga Graphics inside and Out Amiga 3D Graphic Programming in BASIC 3DGraphic Programming in BASIC- details writing 3D graphic programs: ray tracing in all resolutions, light sources and shading and more. 360 pp ISBN 1-55755-044-1 Suggested retail price St9.95 AmigaBASIC Inside and Out ¦ step-by-step guide to AmigaBAS IC. Every AmigaBASIC topic: charts, windows, pulldown menus, files, mouse & speech commands. Covers Workbench 1.3 Info. 548 pp ISBN 0-916439-87-9 Suggested retail price S24.95 miga System crammer's Guide System Programmer's Guide - comprehensive guide to what goes on inside the Amiga in a single volume. Includes the EXEC struct jre, IO requests, interrupts and resource management, multitasking functions. IFF format, trackdisk. Console & Narrator devices, serial, printer and parallel devices, more. 442 pp ISBN 1-55755-034-4 Suggested retail price S34.95 rnrri'fl Aimcuv Disk Drives Inside and Out • the most comprehensive book yet describing everything you need to know about Amiga disk drives. Learn howto soeed up data transfer, how copy protection works, how computer viruses infect your system,the i ns and outs of the DOS functions .loading. saving sequential and random files and f ie organization, boot blocks and technical aspects of the hardware.and more 346 pp ISBN 1 -55755-0*2-5 Suggested retail price $ 29.95 Amiga Machine Language Machine Language -comprehensive introduction to 68000 assembler ML programming, covers 68000 microprocessor, speech, sound, menu programming, complete intuition program including Proportional. Boolean and String gadgets. 264 pp ISBN 1-55755-025-5 Suggested reta>l price $ 19.95 More Amiga Tricks & Tips - a collection of easy to use techniques, hints for Amiga owners, disable fast RAM, NewCon and Pipe devices, more Covers Workbench 1.3 Info. 218 pp ISBN 1 -55755-051 -4 Suggested retail price $ 19.95 Amiga Desktop Video Guide dvanced System Programmer'sSuicte lor Ihe Amiga Advanced System Programmer’s Guide - follow-up volume ol thorough explanations to accessing the facilities provided by Ihe libraries, input and output of the Amiga programming hardware. EXEC structures, multitasking and more. Covers Workbench 1.3 Info. 570 pp ISBN 1 55755 047-6 Suggested retail price S34.95 Abacus Tricks & lips r the Amiga Desktop Video Guide - clearly explains how you can harness the video power of the Amiga. Guides you through the confusing jargonand terminology togwe you a practical introduction to video production anc more. 240 pp ISBN 1-55755-057-3 Suggested retail price 519.95 Amiga Printers Inside & Out - the essential guide to getting the most out of using Epson and compatible nonlaser printers It presents easy to follow examples and simple explanations for you to better utilize your printer quickly and more effectively, 270 pp withonecompanion disk. Available September ISBN 1-55755-087-5. Suggested retail price S34.95 AmigaDOS Quick Reference Guide - An invaluable, easy-to-use reference tool for beginners and advanced programmers alike. You can quickly find commands by using the three handy indexes designed with the user in mind. Commands in alphabetical order tor easy reference. Covers Workbench 1.3 Info. 128 pp ISBN 1-55755-049-2 Suggested retail price 59.95 Companion Diskette - Available for all titles except Amiga for Beginners Desktop Video and AmigaDOS Quick Reference. $ 14.95 each Abacus ept. L10, 5370 52nd Street SE • Grand Rapids, Ml 49512 Phone 616-698-0330 • Fax 616-698-0325 Circle 224 on Reader Service card See your local bookseller or Order Toll Free in US & Canada 1 -800-451 -4319 ta Still-Video Systems Still video is ideally suited to the needs of the desktop producer. If you need only static shots of your subject, would you rather carry a small, light still-video camera or lug a bulky camcorder? The picture quality is as good as still frames from standard VHS or 8min videotape, even though these units use two-inch floppy disks instead of videotape. Because the output is NTSC, the equipment integrates easily with your other video gear. Look for camera quality to improve dramatically in the near future with the addition of higher-resolution CCDs and full-frame recording modes. (Current consumer models record only one of the two fields that make up a video frame.) Mfr Model Price Features Comments CCD RES R P E F F H N F SIZE E L R I R I O P C A A E A R S Y S L M B M E D E Canon RC-250
799. 00 1 2 300 * * * * * 3 Also called the Xapshot Hitachi VX-52A
1495. 00 R ,P 350 * * * * * 4 Panasonic AG-ES10
1590. 00 1 2 400 * * * * * * 15 Camera only AG-ES100
825. 00 P 500 * * * * * * 15 ; S-video input, external sync AG-800
1200. 00 R,P 350 * • * * * * 1 S-video input Sony MCV A10
849. 95 1 2 350 * * * * * 10 Also called the Mavlca MAP-T2
279. 95 C 350 * * * * 6 Legend: R-recorder, P-player, C-controller, RES-output resolution, REC-record, FlELD-fiekf record, FRAME-frame record, HI B-hl band, NORM-normal mode format, FPS-frames per second Edit Controllers An edit controller is the cornerstone of the low-cosi production studio. While it won’t produce fancy effects, an editor will save you hours of fiddling trying to synchronize your edit and playback decks. There are so few programs that turn your Amiga into an edit controller. Until more arrive, you should consider resorting to a dedicated unit. Before buying, be aware of a few limitations: Be sure the controller works with your VCRs. For example, you can't use the Sony controller with a Panasonic industrial deck. Most of these low-cost units control the tape by emulating the remote control, so they are not very accurate. Edit precision ranges from a few frames to two or three seconds. Mfr Model Price VCR Control Features Comments R L F P I D I E S P E E M I R R E N D V R F V O V O C S I I E X E T E K R T D V N E S T W T Azden VE-100
449. 95 R 1 A 99 Future Video EC-1000PRO +
695. 00 2 2 2 2 * A 9 RS-232 connect to Amiga, EDLP software available Hama Video Cut 10
1290. 95 P P R 1 * S 100 Interactive Medlaphile 1.3
195. 00 2 2 * * * s * 1000 + Amiga-specific controller, softMicrosystems ware available separately Mediaphile
295. 00 2 2 2 2 2 * ¦* * S * 1000 + Various Amiga-specific, deck-
2. 0M.S.P dependent modules, software sold separately Panasonic AG-A95 440,00 2 * * A 8 Sony RM-E100V
195. 00 P R 2 A 8 RM-E300
750. 00 R R 2 * A * 8 Vldeonlcs DlrectED Plus
599. 95 R 1 * A 100 ProED
1600. 00 P 2 * * A * 100 Legend: RMOTE-pfug-in remote, L-L-type edit connect, FIVE-5-pln edit connect, PRO-lndustrlal broadcast edit connector, IR-lnfrared edit controller, (R-works with recorder, P-worka with player, 2-worka with both), DECKS-controlled decks, INSRT-insert edits, EDIT-comprehensive script editing, SVID-S-vldeo, PREVW-preview function (A-all entire edit list, S-seg merit), EFX-digttal effects, EVENT-maximum edit points In memory The art of driving. Introducing the ultimate driving machine, the AE HD (high density) Drive, Applied Engineering’s new high density 3.5 drive (above, at right). The first and only high density drive for the Amiga, it runs circles around the competition. The FCC certified design supports both standard 880K and 1.52 MEG 3.5" disks. The new AE standard device controls both the high density mode and built-in electronic disk ejection. For running the new Amiga UNIX, the AE standard 1.52 MEG format is a virtual must.
1. 52 MEG capacity means you can stop playing diskette roulette. Simply store your large 2-disk application programs on one, high density disk and forget about fumbling for “sets” of disks. And storing files just became twice as easy too, because you'll only need half the number of disks. We also added performance features like an exclusive 2-way LED indicator that displays green for reading, red for writing. And a smooth, quiet electronic disk ejection to replace the clunky “punch” of other drive’s ejectors. Since our electronic ejection is tied to the write enable function, you can no longer accidently trash a disk by inadvertently pushing the eject button while the drive is writing. Our ejector waits until the drive completes the write and then auto-ejects the disk. Beauty AND brains. Aesthetically, the AE HD Drive is everv bit as handsome as J it is intelligent. We designed a high-impact ABS plastic case to protect the top quality SONY mechanism inside. For driving on a budget, we’ve designed a quick, quiet 880K standard 3.5” drive as well (above, at left). Incorporating a reliably quiet and trouble-free design, the AE 880K Drive™ sports a tough aluminum case, custom molded cable and an on off disable switch. Both drives are compatible with all Amiga computers and feature complete daisy-chain capacity (from AE to another drive or vice-versa), MS-DOS compatibility, pass through connectors. FCC certified designs and full one-year warranties. AE High Density 3-5 Drive $ 239 AE880K Drive ... For ten years. AE has forged a reputation for exciting and innovative peripherals. Built to our own exacting standards of quality and reliability, our products are backed by the best warranties and the best technical support in the business. Order today! To order or for more information, call (214) 241-6060 today, 9 am to 11 pm, 7 days. Or send check or money order to Applied Engineering. MasterCard, VISA and C.O.D. welcome. Texas residents add 7% sales tax. Add S10 outside U.S.A. Dealer inquiries invited. Applied Engineering® The enhancement experts. A Division of AH Research Corporation
P. O. Box 5100 omn Carrollton. TX 75011 USA 01990- AE Research. Inc All rights mert ed Prices subject change without notice. Brand and product names are '1 trademarks of their res ieclttv holders Accessories This is a real grab-bag of stuff that all serious video producers should and filmstrip images to video. Although some new VCRs include built- consider for their studios. Color correctors, such as the Panasonic PV- in time-base correctors, most studios need a heavy-duty unit to make CC50, can restore a scene to its correct colors or make fantasy from their signals synchronous. A transcoder is useful when you need to convert reality. The Tamron Fotovix is designed to digitize and transfer slides your video images to other formats, RGB to NTSC, for example. Mfr Model Description Price Comments Comprehensive CS 30L Copystand
389. 00 Cinema Products Steadicam Jr. Camera stabilizer
595. 00 Cameras up to 4 lbs. Horita WG-50 SMPTE time code window dub inserter
289. 00 TRG-50 SMPTE time code reader writer
489. 00 High speed Hotronic AE61S TBC
3000. 00 S-vldeo Mlcrolllusions TCRG-102 SMPTE time code reader writer
799. 95 Compatible with Mlcroliluslons EDLP software Midwest Communications DPS 270 TBC
2990. 00 S-vldeo Nova 71 OS TBC compatible with Panasonic SVHS VCRs
3490. 00 Panasonic PV-CC50 UPT-2 Color corrector Transcoder
1950. 00 Color bars, character generator, VHS, adjust tint, sharpness, intensity, and white balance Sony XV-C 7 00 Color corrector, EFX
700. 00 A V fades, stereo Tamron Fotovix ll-X Integrated video system for copying 35MM transparencies
1899. 00 Zoom, NTSC output TDA Pro-Res Composite to RGB, color splitter
399. 00 Testrite CS 3 Copystand
199. 95 m Vidicraft Detailer IV Video signal processor
419. 95 Legend: NA-not available, SMPTE-Soclety of Motion Picture and Television Engineers, TBC-time-base corrector AMIGA 3000 QUALITY IS ALREADY ON YOUR DESK WITH FLICKERFIXER flickerFixer is the original advanced graphics adaptor that eliminates your Amiga 2000 2500's interlace flicker and visible scan lines. With processor upgrade kits, such as the GVP 3001, you can have the best performance and graphics available on a desktop. FlickerFixer provides superior quality color graphics and text for such demanding applications as CAD CAM, Desktop Presentation, Graphic Design, Animation, 3D Modeling, and Multimedia Video. Compatibility: flickerFixer is plug compatible with the new Commodore 1950 Multiscan or any of the popular VGA or Multiscanning Monitors. It is also compatible with the Enhanced Chip Set and the new AmigaDOS 2.0. New Options: Genlock Compatibility allows simultaneous use with popular genlocks; Denise Extender Our DEB 2000 board allows you to install flickerFixer without using your video slot Accolades include: Best of 1988 Award, Commodore Magazine; f Reader’s Choice Award, AMIGAWORLD. FlickerFixer is made in the USA and is FCC Class B approved. FlickerFixer fits into the Amiga video slot or the Microway Denise Extender, is fully compatible with all software, and does not modify the standard Amiga video signals. For more information, call Microway Sales at (508) 746-7341 or your Amiga Dealer. MicroWay... Respected throughout the industry for high quality engineering, service and technical support. World Leader in Amiga Graphic Enhancements Micro
P. O. Box 79, Kingston, MA 02364 USA (508) 746-7341 USA FAX (508) 746-4678 32 High St., Kingston-Upon-Thames, U.K.. 081-541-5466 flickerFixer and MicroWay are trademarks of MicroWay, Inc. Amiga is a registered trademark of Commodore Portable TV VCRs After expending prodigious amounts of time and energy to create your do you do? If you have had the forethought to get one of these nifty video masterpiece, you are ready to show it off, but your potential client portables, you just reach into your pocket, pull out the tiny box, pop in doesn't have a VCR in his office or in her booth at the trade show. What the tape, and make your pitch. ¦ Mfr Model Price Format Features S S L C B T A A B u C I C R L U V C A B R Z D T I N T S N E T E D E R C Casio VF-70G0
1299. 00 VHS
4. 0 * * * * A
7. 7 Hitachi VT-LC50A
1699. 00 VHS
5. 0 * * * * * 7,5 Panasonic PV-M429
1299. 00 VHS
4. 0 a A * A Sharp VC-V540UP
1895. 00 VHS
4. 0 * A * * 30 Sony GV-200
1200. 00 8mm
4. 0 * • * * A A
2. 6 Emerson VCT120
829. 95 VHS 10 * * * A 39 Legend: SCRN SIZE-dlagonal screen measure, LCD CRT-screen type, BLITE-bacKUght. AV-audio video In out, BAT-battery, LBS-welght Gene Brawn is an interactive multimedia producer. He would like to and advice for this article. Write to him c o Amiga World Editorial thank Audio-Video Supply, of San Diego, CA, for supplying equipment Dept., 80 Elm St., Peterborough, NH 03458. Manufacturers’ Addresses Ambxco 50 Maple St. Norwood, NJ 07648 201 767-4100 Audio-Video Supply Inc. 4674 Cardin St. San Diego, CA 92111 619 565-1101 Azden Corp. 147 New Hyde Park Rd. Franklin Square, NY 11010 516 328-7500 Canon USA Inc. One Canon Plaza Lake Success, NY 11042 714 432-6951 Casio 570 Mount Pleasant Ave. Dover, NJ 07801 201 361-5400 Cinema Products Inc. 3211 South La Cienega Blvd. Los .Angeles, CA 90016 213 836-7991 Comprehensive Video Supply 148 Veterans Dr. Northvale, NJ 07647 201 767-7990 Emerson Radio Corp. One Emerson Lane North Bergen, NJ 07047 201 854-4800 Fisher 21314 Lassen St. Chatsworth, CA 91311 818 998-7322 Future Video Products Inc. 28 Argonaut Laguna Hills, CA 92656 714 770-4416 Hama c o Photo Systems Inc. 7200 Huron River Dr. Dexter, Ml 48130 313 426-4646 or c o Dot Line Corp. 9420 Eton Ave. Chatsworth, CA 91311 818 700-9997 CD-ROM System Xetec brings the cutting edge of optical technology to the Amiga with the Cdx-650 SCSI drive systems. Now, unlimited access to vast amounts of information is possible with removable, non-volatile CD-ROM discs having capacities to 650 meg (750 floppies). Reads industry standard ISO 9660 High Sierra discs (same format used in Commodore's new CDTV® ). Factory-installed software. All FastTrak, FastCard, and FastTape drive systems are now shipped with user- specified portions of the Fred Fish library installed at no charge. Please contact Xetec for additional details. Audio compact discs. In addition, the Cdx systems include the ability to play conventional digital audio Cds with supplied software through stereo line- out or headphone jacks. FastTrak Systems Drive systems for the A-2000 FastCard Plus (bare) $ 175.00 FastCard Plus Q40 0 RAM......$ 550.00 FastCard Plus Q80 0 RAM......$ 850.00 FastCard Plus Q105 0 RAM....$ 950.00 1 Meg SIMM module $ 75.00 4 Meg SIMM module call Mini FastCard (bare) .$ 75.00 Tape systems for the Amiga FastTape 60E .....$ 475.00 FastTape 601 ......$ 400.00 FastT ape 150E ...$ 575.00 FastTape 1501 ....$ 500.00 Take your pick. The external model, Cdx-650e, features a rugged, compact enclosure with built-in power supply , and dual SCSI connectors for daisy- chaining. Economical internal model also available. Free software. Currently available fit from Xetec is our Fish & Morem |j Vol. 1 CD-ROM which includes the Fred Fish library (up to 360) and additional PD software totalling over 400 megabytes of data. Fish & More is included free with the purchase of any Cdx system (a $ 2000 value if purchased on floppies!). Cdx-650i internal system .$ 599.00 for the A-2000 2500 3000 Cdx-650e external system $ 699.00 for all models Amiga and CDTV are registered trademarks of Commodore Business Machines, Inc. Drive systems for the A-500 1000 FastTrak jr 20 meg .$ 500.00 FastTrak Quantum 40 meg......$ 650.00 FastTrak Quantum 80 meg......$ 950.00 FastTrak Quantum 105 meg...$ 1050.00 Add-ons FastRam with 2 meg $ 225.00 FastRam with 4 meg $ 375.00 FastTrak, FastCard, FastTape, and FastRam are trademarks of Xetec. Inc. Crete 90 on Reader Servce card Technical assistance. Through our phone support and 24 hour BBS friendly service when you need it. Order information! For orders only ....800-445-0611 For information .(913) 827-0685 FAX ....(913) 827-6023 BBS .....(913) 827-1974 Mastercard, Visa, American Express, money orders, and C.O.D. welcome. Excellence in Electronics 2804 Arnold Road Salina, Ks. 67401 Dealer inquiries welcome Hitachi Sales Corp. 401 W. Artesia Blvd. Compton, CA 90220 213 537-8383 Horita PO Box 3993 Mission Viejo, CA 92690 714 364-1143 Hotronic 1875 South Winchester Blvd. Campbell, CA 95008 408 378-3883 Instant Replay 2601 S. Bayshore Dr. Coconut Grove, FL 33133 305 854-8777 Interactive MicroSystems Inc. 9 Red Roof Lane Salem, NH 03079 603 898-3545 JVC Professional Video Communications 41 Slater Dr. Elmwood Park, NJ 07407 800 582-5825 800 247-3608 (Consumer Video) Midwest Communications One Speru Dr. Edgewood, KY 41017 606 331-8990 Mitsubishi 5757 Plaza Dr. Cypress, CA 90630 714 220-1464 NewTek 215 East 8th St. Topeka, KS 66603 913 354-1146 Nova 50 Albany Turnpike Canton, CT 06019 203 693-0238 Numark 503 Newfield Ave. Raritan Center Edison, NJ 08837 201 225-3222 Olympus Crossways Park Woodbury, NY 11797 516 364-3000 Panasonic Professional Industrial Video 50 Meadowland Parkway Secaucus, NJ 07094 800 553-7222 201 348-9090 Pentax Corp. 35 Inverness Dr. E. Englewood, CO 80112 303 799-8000 Philips Consumer Electronics One Philips Dr. Knoxville, TN 37914 615 475-0317 Pioneer Electronics Inc. 2265 E. 220th St. Long Beach, CA 90810 213 835-6177 Pulnix 770 Lucerne Dr. Sunnyvale, CA 94086 408 733-1560 Quasar 1325 Pratt Blvd. Elk Grove Village, IL 60007 708 228-6366 Sony Professional Video 1600 Queen Anne Rd. Teaneck, NJ 07666 201 833-5200 Tamron Industries Inc. 24 Valley Rd. PO Box 388 Port Washington, NY 11050 516 883-8800 TDA 560 NE F St., Suite 4 Grants Pass, OR 97526 503 476-8254 Toshiba 82 Totowa Rd. Wayne, NJ 07470 201 628-8000 Testrite Optical Company 135 Monroe St. Newark, NJ 07105 201 354-8300 Videomaker 1166 E. Lassen Ave. Chico, CA 95926 916 891-8410 Panasonic Magnavox One Panasonic Way (NAP Consumer Electronics) Secaucus, NJ 07094 1-40 & Straw Plains Pike 201 348-7000 PO Box 6950 Knoxville, TN 37914 615 521-4316 Microillusions 17408 Chatsworth St. Granada Hills, CA 91344 818 360-3715 RCA 600 North Sherman Dr. Indianapolis, IN 46201 800 336-1900 Sansui 1250 Valley Brook Dr. Lyndhurst, NJ 07071 201 460-9710 Sharp Electronics Sharp Plaza Mahwah, NJ 07430 201 529-8200 Showline Video 120 Beacon St. Boston, MA 02116 617 262-6844 Sony Corp. Sony Dr. Park Ridge, NJ 07656 201 930-1000 Videonics Inc. 1370 Dell Ave. Campbell, CA 95008 408 866-8300 Vidicraft 8770 SW Nimbus Ave. Beaverton, OR 97005 503 626-1918 Vivanco c o GM1 PO Drawer U Farmingdale, NY 11735 516-752-0066 Yamaha 6660 Orangethorpe Ave. Buena Park, CA 90620 714 522-9105 ADVERTISEMENT BEST RETURN ON INVESTMENT Videotaping Services In 1987, Virgil Miller was injured while performing his duties as senior deputy sheriff in Bakersfield, California. He was referred to a vocational rehabilitation counselor to help him get started in a new' line of work. Miller had been videotaping weddings and school activities for friends as a paying hobby, so his counselor suggested learning video production. The training would have taken at least 14 months that was too lone. W Then they discovered Video Data Services, a videotaping service that, for $ 13,950. Provided its franchisees with all the training, equipment, and marketing assistance needed to start a video photography and tape-transfer business specializing in w'eddings. Product demonstrations, sales demonstrations, legal depositions, conventions. And computer graphics. After researching the company thoroughly, the counselor recommended that the county buy the franchise for Miller as part of his compensation. Video Data Serv ices offered Miller an opportunity to enter a field with explosive growth. Videotaping and transfer services commonly gross six figures a year and Video Data Services claims that anyone following its procedures full-time should be able to reach that income level within two years. "It’s ail up to you,” says Miller. “If you follow the program, you should be able to do it. This is my second year, and it is already a fantastic one. I should reach the S100.000 mark by the fourth quarter of 1989. ”1 started this business full-time from day one,” says Miller. “I like to tell my law- enforcement friends that 1 work only half days now that I’m my own boss. They turn green until I explain what I mean 8 a.m. to 8 p.m..” However, long hours are not a requirement, according to Miller. “A lot of affiliates start part-time until they feel secure. The company is great about that. They hold your hand every step of the way. Teaching you marketing methods and giving you promotional materials.” There are several specialized areas to go into, and Video Data Services teaches you to approach target markets one at a time until you know' each one well. For instance, you might start by taping SNAPSHOT Virgil Miller_ FRANCHISE: Video Memories local franchise name of Video Data Services, a national video- laping service___ RESIDENCE: Bakersfield. California_ INITIAL INVESTMENT: $ 13,950 in 1987 GROSS INCOME: SI00,000 expected in 1989 RX EOR SUCCESS: Never say no. "I never lum down a job. Even if 1 know thal 1 can t do it or don’t have the equipment. I d rather accept the job and then subcontract to someone else. That way the customer keeps coming hack to me.” FOR DETAILED INFORMATION: Contact Video Data Services 24 Grove St., Dept A Pittsford, NY 14534 716-385-4773 (24 hrs.) or 800-836-9461 Complete package price S If.950.00. Your video business can easily be started on a pan-time basis. Weddings. The company will provide you with tapes to run in a booth at bridal shows. They’ll also give you a letter to send to couples whose engagement is announced in the newspaper. Miller’s approach is not as structured. “I never turn down a job, even if I know that I can’t do it or don’t have the equipment. I’d rather accept the job and then subcontract to someone else. That way the customer keeps coming back to me.” Miller has both consumer and commercial accounts. “1 tape everything short of commercial TV: legal depositions, real-estate property, sports, graduations, even a video yearbook. I also do a lot of industrial work, like training tapes. For sales promotions. I’ll videotape a company’s products for the salesman to show customers on the road.” The graphics capabilities of his Amiga make it easy to put titles and credits on tape. “With the Amiga, I can digitize the image of a business logo into the computer, enhance it, clean it up, and put it right on the videotape. Most businesses are impressed with the product, and their satisfaction gets me more customers. Actually, I usually get three new customers from every job I do, just from word of mouth. It has been easy to turn a very good profit.” Other new business comes from the franchisor, through direct- mail marketing, and the yellow pages. Kern County helped Virgil Miller retrain for a new livelihood. For an investment ot SI 3.950. the county certainly got its money's worth. Article Reprinted From The June 1989 Issue Of" Home Office Computing.“ »V : >¦ . * m :-v. ‘.'VicY, V5* ¦ Y;W MOT . Mzt t w. ,** . ••• -,vl v'. . 2865 Sunrise Boulevard Suite 103 Rancho Cordova CA 95742 Telephone 916 344-4825 FAX 916 635-0475 ©1989 Digital Creations. Amiga is a registered trademark of Comodore Business Machines 2865 Sunrise Boulevard Suite 103 Rancho Cordova CA 95742 Telephone 916 344-4825 FAX 916 635-0475 ©1989 Digital Creations. Amiga is a registered trademark of Comodore Business Machines Circle 28 on Reader Service card ¦Vy v*
- I- oiti an rare; i S' •* 3 -Z- DOTV“'(Digital Composite Television) is a revolutionary new video display and digitizing system for the Amiga. Using the Amiga's chip memory as its frame buffer memory, DCTV “creates a full color NTSC display with all the color and resolution of television. Sophisticated true color video paint, digitizing and image processing software are all combined into one easy to use package included with DCTV* DCTVrMalso works with all popular 3D programs to create full color animations that can be played back in real time. C R EATIONS 2865 Sunrise Boulevard Suite 103 Rancho Cordova CA 95742 Telephone 916 344-4825 FAX 916 635-0475 ©1990 Digital Creations. Amiga is a registered trademark of Commodore Business Machines. Patents applied for, Circle 708 on Reader Service card 800-872-8882
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Users of previous versions of Workbench will certainly recognize familiar components in V2.0, but somehow everything will still seem new and different. The truth is, yes, things are very different. Perhaps the shock comes from the fact that Workbench is the part of the Amiga that has changed least in the five years since Version 1.0. It is as if somebody has been saving up all of the changes in appearance, power, and convenience in order to spring them on us all at once. Maybe that’s why Commodore chose the designation 2.0, instead of 1.4 as originally planned. In any event, let’s open our road map and see if we can get from A to Z on Route 2.0 without mishap. This Is One Scenic Highway! Your first boot will convince you that things have changed dramatically with 2.0. The Workbench screen (see Figure 1) has been dressed up in the graphics equivalent of a three-piece suit to give it a more professional appearance. New colors have been carefully selected to give the screen a 3-D “embossed" look, in which unselected buttons appear to be raised while selected buttons appear to be pressed in. Each icon is displayed on its own raised box, which both adds to the 3-D effect and makes the icons more visible on a black-and-white monitor. The 2.0 Workbench window is now the real thing, with borders having appropriate gadgetry. This means you can size and depth-arrange it just like any other window, making it easy to get to your disk icons when the screen is filled with other windows. The new-look window gadgets function identically to the old ones, except for the pair in the upper-right corner. Now, a single button on the far right replaces the old pair of front back gadgets, making depth- arrangement a lot less confusing. The same button now moves the hidden window forward when you want it and sends it back when you decide that you are finished. The zoom gadget to the left of the depth gadget is a new addition. When pressed, it instantly shrinks the Workbench window down to its minimum size. Press it again, and the window returns to full size. What the zoom gadget really does is toggle the window size and position between its current state and an alternate one. The default settings for these two states are normally opening size and minimum size. You can, however, edit the settings by manually changing either or both of these default values. Perhaps you might want the former to be only an intermediate size, sufficient to display all of its icons and nothing more; or you may find the latter too tiny and wish to enlarge it. Double-click any of your disk icons, and you will see another change. The clunky fuel gauge on the left side of the window is gone. In its place, the window’s title bar contains a text message that shows both the percentage and approximate amount (in kilobytes or megabytes) of disk space in use, as well as the amount that is free. On the main Workbench screen, you will also notice that the title bar now By Sheldon Leemon AddBuffers Assign Avail BindDrivers Break ChangeTaskPri Copy CPU Date k; prefs I Control Pointer Screen Mode WBConflg Input .aHJ- Font Printer Print
• A >ll Time m used to require Cll-style commands. For example, it can display and manipulate every File and directory on a disk, not just those for which there is an icon file (one whose name ends in “.info”). To see for yourself, select Show from the Window menu on the Workbench screen, and two sub-items appear: Icons Only, which is the default selection, and .All Files. Choosing the latter shows you the new “busy” pointer (a stopwatch has replaced the “Zzz") as new drawer icons are added to the Workbench window. You may need to scroll around the window to see them all, but eventually you will find icons for the C:, s:, devs:, and other directories that never existed on Workbench before. Double-click the C drawer, and you will learn another fascinating fact about the new Workbench. It not only displays icons for “CLI-only” type programs, but it can also run them from those icons. Size up the C window so that it shows all of the icons. (You may wish to select Clean Up from the Window menu so you can organize them.) If you double-click on the DIR icon, a requester pops up that allows you to add command arguments just as you would on a CLI command line (specifying which directory to list, for example). It is not even necessary to click on these nonWorkbench-type icons such as DIR to access this new single-line CLI capability. Simply select Execute Command from the Workbench menu, and the same requester appears, allowing you to type in the command and its arguments. Back to our DIR example above: If you simply distinguishes between graphics (chip) memory and other memory in displaying the amount available. You’ll Also Get Better Mileage on This Road The new Workbench not only looks better, it also works better. It now does just about everything that Figure 1. The new 2.0 Workbench screen Is clear and well organized. A 3-D effect, enhanced through color, makes icon buttons appear to be raised when unselected and depressed when selected. 3 22 6 23 4 4 35 34 10 10 32 3 70 248 14 47 3 36 if want a listing of the directory in which DIR resides, click on OK to bring up the Workbench Output window, which will scroll the entire directory listing until you stop it with the close gadget. You can hah output to this window by pressing any key just as with a regular CLI window-but do not worry if the contents scroll by too quickly. When resized to their maximum height, the new console windows will show as much previously displayed text as will fit. Choosing to “Show .All Files’’ does not actually create icon (.info) files on your disk. Instead, Workbench creates icons that exist only in RAM (see Figure
2) . (Version 2.0, by the way, allows any program to do this, creating an icon in the shape of a printer for a print spooler program, for example, so that you can drag document files on top of that icon to print them.) About the only disadvantage to these “fake” icons is that you cannot “snapshot” them (save their arrangement within a window whose position and size you can also save); but if you wish to do so, you can turn them into real icons by loading them into the Icon Edit program and saving them to disk. The process of creating fake icons, however, can take a long time if you choose to display the contents of a large directory, and you may not even have room on screen for all the icons. In such a case, you may wish to view the directory as a list of names, not icons. For example, in the C window you opened previously, select View By from the Window menu and then choose the sub-item Name. The directory-dis- piay window instantly turns into a scrolling list of names that looks like a sorted version of the output of the CLI command LIST. (You can also choose to have the list sorted by date or file size, instead of by name.) This is no ordinary text display, however, because each line of text is actually an icon that you can drag, double-click, or whatever you wish. The new Workbench even includes an icon-driven equivalent to the sistartup-sequence file. Called the WBStartup drawer, it executes automatically at startup time whatever program icon you drag into it. Using ToolTypes entries (commands that can be added by selecting the icon and choosing the Information menu item), you can specify the order of execution, as well as whether you wish to wait for one program to finish before the next is started. Driving in Comfort More polished and more powerful, Version 2.0 of the Workbench is also easier to use. If you scan the menu bar, you will see that menu items are now grouped by options that apply to: (1) the Workbench as a whole; (2) drawer windows only; (3) all icons; and (4) Tools, by which applications can add their own items to the Workbench menu. Many of the menu items now have keyboard equivalents. For example, if you select an icon and then press Right Amiga-R, the Rename requester pops up. Several options exist for selecting more than one icon at a lime. The Window menu now has a Select ? THE POWER BREAKS THROUGH SHIPPING & HANDLING $ 4.00 JipVil YOU CAN FREEZE MOST ANY PROGRAM AND MAKE A BACKUP AT THE PRESS OF A BUTTON! I'm amazed, stunned and totally impressed!!! AMIGA FORMAT MAGAZINE YES, AMIGA ACTION REPLAY PLUGS INTO THE EXPANSION PORT OF YOUR A500 A1000 AND WORKS BY TAKING A SNAPSHOT OF THE WHOLE PROGRAM IN MEMORY AND SAVING IT TO DISK. THE BACKUPS WILL LOAD AT UP TO 4 TIMES FASTER THAN AMIGA DOS AND EVEN WORK COMPLETELY INDEPENDENTLY OF THE CARTRIDGE. BUT THAT'S NOT ALL... AMIGA ACTION REPLAY GOES EVEN FjURTHER BY PROVIDING AN UNBELIEVABLE RANGE OF OLS FOR BO¥H THE HACKER AND PROGRAMMER ALIKE JUST LOOK AT THIS UNMATCHED RANGE OF FEATURES... $ SLOW MOTfON MODE '• UNIQUE INFINITE LIFErTRAINER MODE Now you can slow down the action to your own pace. Allows you to generate more and even infinite lives, fuel, Easily adjustable from full speed to 20% speed. Ideal to ammo, etc. Perfect as a trainer mode to get you past that help you through the tricky parts! “impossible"«leveL Very easy to use. 0 RESTART THE PROGRAM *
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With 2.0 you can say goodbye to the Empty drawer of previous Workbench versions. Using the New Drawer menu item, you can create a new drawer icon, rather than duplicating an empty one. Workbench 2.0 also exhibits some real evidence of multitasking. The Rename requester, for example, no longer suspends all activity until you finish renaming. The same holds true for starting a program: doubleclicking a tool icon such as Say no longer results in a busy signal from your pointer; instead, the message "Attempting to load program ‘Say’ ” appears in the title bar of the Workbench screen leaving you free to perform any other action while the program is loading. You can use the right mouse button as a “cancel" button, nullifying whatever the left mouse button happens to be doing. Start to resize a window, for example, by dragging its size gadget with the left button depressed. If you change your mind, click the right button before letting go of the left one, and the window snaps back to its original size. You can use this feature to stop dragging an icon or to cancel selection of one of a group of selected items. A really clever new 2.0 option is the Leave Out feature. While Workbench previously allowed you to move a tool or project icon manually from its drawer onto the Workbench window' for easy access, it never before provided a way to do so automatically, so that your most-used programs were available as soon as you booted Workbench. Now , however, if you select, say, the Shell icon on your Workbench disk and then choose Ijeave Out from the Icons menu, the icon moves out of its drawer onto the Workbench window and stays there reappearing in that window whenever you start Workbench again. (Select Put Away when you no longer want the icon there.) “PREFERENTIAL” TREATMENT For 2.0 Travelers While many of the programs on the Workbench disk have received a total makeover (we will discuss some of these later), the biggest changes involve Preferences. Previous versions used a single Preferences editor to create a file called devs:system-configuration in which all preference settings were stored. Under the new scheme, each group of preference settings (printer text, printer graphics, date and time, and so forth) has its own editor, and individual setting files are all stored in the env:sys directory. (The system will, however, still respond to system-con figuration settings whenever possible if the file exists on the boot disk.) Preferences are updated through the use of “file notification,” a new feature that allows Workbench (or any other program) to be notified whenever a file is changed. Any of your preference settings, therefore, can be changed simply by copying a new file to the appropriate directory. .Although some of the Preferences editors are similar to parts of the old Preferences program, their functions have been greatly expanded. For example, take the Printer editor through which you inform the system what kind of printer you are using. It still has a variety of buttons that let you select the printer, printer port, type and size of paper, print quality, and margins; and it still incorporates the traditional Save, Use. And Cancel buttons. But now it also offers some new menu options, .As with most of the new Preferences editors, its Project menu allows you to save a particular setting to disk (Save .As) or to load one in (Open). Its Options menu even lets you save files with icons that install the settings automatically when you double-click on them. 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You can even drag the screen from any location simply by holding down the Screen Drag key (which defaults to the Left Amiga key, but can be changed using the Icontrol editor) and moving the mouse. This method works on any screen and makes it easy to slide a screen on which the title bar is not visible. A pair of new Preferences editors gives you even more control over the appearance of your display. The WBPattern editor lets you replace the solid background in the Workbench or drawer windows with a colored pattern. (As with the Pointer editor, the file it saves is in IFF format, which means that you can edit it as a brush in a paint package.) The Font editor allows you to install your preferred font in any of three places: under the Workbench icons, in menu bars and system text messages, and in any application that uses the default system text (see Figure 4). For a change of pace, try setting the icon font, say, to Garnet 16 and the screen font to Courier 15. (Be sure to check out the menus when you set the screen font.) Be aware, however, that changing the default font may not w'ork well with some existing applications that assume they are getting the standard eight-pixel system font. While we are on the subject of text, it may be useful to mention that 2.0 incorporates both faster text display (no need to run the FF FastFonts program any more) and support for the ColorFonts standard. (You can even install multicolor fonts on the Workbench.) Version 2.0 also supports bitmap font scaling, by means of which the system can produce a rough version of a font at a size other than the actual one. To get an idea of how this works, select Execute Command from the Workbench menu and type “Set- font topaz 14 scale.” A Workbench Output window pops up, allowing you to type in text using the scaled font. 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I always keep one old lens handy for exotic optical experiments (such as those outlined later in this column). You can, of course, use your SLR (single-lens reflex) lenses with your video camera by purchasing a C-mount adapter. This shallow, threaded funnel lets your 35mm SLR lenses serve double duty. In addition, a good wide-angle zoom lens can be especially valuable because it allows easy framing of digitized art without moving either camera or source. Look in odds-and-ends bins in your local photo store for the adapter. If you do not have a macro lens for your video camera, there are still good ways to shoot startling close-ups. If you find you are too close to an object to focus on it, begin unscrewing the lens gradually until it comes into focus. You will be amazed at the enlargements this simple method can achieve, lo get even greater magnification, use any magnifying hand lens you might have around. Ideal for the purpose are lenses mounted in small adjustable stands, such as those used by stamp collectors. Simply mount the hand lens over the object and focus the camera through the lens while watching the live image on the monitor. I have even “hot-glued” a telescope objective to the front housing of a TV lens for extreme enlargements. The illustration of the date on a penny that accompanies this column was shot in just this way for a project in which I am cata- loging mint errors in Lincoln one-cent pieces I have collected. The video lens cost three dollars in a lens bin, and the telescope objective is from a child’s 60 x refractor. Neither was damaged by the temporary setup. You can easily substitute a VCR for the camera as the video signal for tiie digitizer. Some digitizers can record color images directly from this signal. If you have one or wish to buy one, you can use a color splitter to electronically break a color signal into red, green, and blue components for separate scans. Even if all you have is a black-and-white camera with a color wheel, play the VCR into a color television and point your digitizing camera at the screen. Use the freeze-frame feature on the VCR to select the image or sequence of images to capture, and then use the color filters as you would for flat art. The resulting color image is remarkably good. Remember to take advantage of brightness, contrast, and color controls on your TV. Also, experiment with setting the video camera just a bit out of focus to soften the captured image. You will he surprised how much you can do with this simple approach. Perfect image clarity need not always be the main criterion in digitizing. Artistic projects often benefit from accidental effects, so don’t feel hampered by a lack of expensive equipment. Apply your imagination to what you have at hand. Inventiveness, not expensiveness, is the key to pulling off some pretty imaginative digitizing tricks. Attending to Domestic Matters When clarity is the goal on a digitizing project, any loss of quality is frustrating. For example, you may experience a “herring-bone" interference pattern when you try to digitize an image. The problem may be color: Some digitizers work best with black-and-white cameras and will produce reduced quality if you use a color model. Many times, however, these patterns result from poor grounding. I use alligator clips on my digitizer to ensure a good ground from the outside metal sheath of the RCA connector to a bare screw on the chassis, and I do the same for my sound sampler. T he difference this makes can sometimes be surprising. One manufacturer recommends avoiding a “ground loop" by using a three-prong grounded plug only on the CPU itself. All other components attached to the computer then use three-to-two adapters to plug into the power strip. * While we are on die business of organizing your equipment, quite a few hints and tips come to mind about how to set up your digitizing area. 1 find a tripod to he a much handier video-camera mount than a commercial copy stand. I can tilt the head down for flat an, or up to shoot live portraits or three-dimensional subjects. In fact, 1 have gone a step further and mounted a tripod head on a monopod made from plumbing • pipe bolted to the floor. To avoid plugging and unplugging RCA cables in the back of the Amiga from the monitor to the digitizer as you line up the live image for capture, get an inexpensive video switcher from any video store. In the same vein, a data switch and cables will let vou switch easily among all your parallel-port functions without shutting off power. Mine is mounted under my desk so 1 can simply rotate the switch for digitizer, printer, sound sampler, and tricorder. T he cost of all this was about S80, As a rule, 1 find that fluorescents give me cleaner exposure and better color than incandescent lights. T he most effective setup I have seen is that designed by Gene Brawn (The CopyGym, S250), a frequent contributor to AmigaWorld. He uses lour horizontal fluorescents mounted around his digitizing stage. This avoids hot spots and shadows by providing even, soft lighting. For most of my studio work. I use overhead fluorescents as the main light source, augmented with a smaller fluorescent at tlie edge of my desk beneath the camera. I am fortunate to have found an excellent second-hand, black-and-white home video camera that is very light-sensitive and does not require intense lighting. If you are just beginning to look for a camera. Run a want ad in the local free shopper for something similar. Check for burned-in spots on the video tube by pointing the camera at anv white surface (a refrigerator, for example) to see il any spots or shadows move when you move the camera. You should he able to find a good camera for under S100 with a little Icgwork. ¦ Joel Hagen's credits include work in art, astronomy, science fiction, and software development. Write to him at 10512 Sawyer, Oakdale, CA 95361. Please include a stamped, self-addressed envelope for a reply. POINTERS Information and Ideas on Amiga Programming Amiga Basic Text Display By Bryan D. Catley EVEN THOUGH IT is a powerful language, Amiga Basic does noi provide direct access to many of the Amiga's features for displaying text on the screen. At first glance, it seems you cannot display text at any x,y pixel location in bold, underlined, italicized, or any combination of these styles; nor can you display text in the JAM I, Inverse Video, or Complementary modes. .Ail is not lost, however. By calling operating- system routines and using subprograms, you can access these features 10 display text efficiently and artistically. OS Calls to the Rescue Before running a program with operating-system routines = ROM Kernel routines), you need to check and prepare. First, the names of the routines are case- sensitive. So be sure to type them with upper- and lowercase letters exactly as shown. Second, if the graphics.bmap file is not already in the current directory or the Workbench’s libs: directory, copy it there from the BasicDemos drawer of your Extras disk. To print on screen other text styles, such as italics, you can call the ROM Kernel routine SetSoftStyle& to change the style, and then output the text with the Print statement. Enter the following quickie program to see how this all works. 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• >-! Auioscrio: 95 Award Maker Plus . . 3-'* Award Make? Sports Disk 20
* •- B Graphics . 125 Board Master ..74 Butcher 2.0 .25 Calligrapher . 69 Comic Setter.. . ... 69 Comic Setter Dala Disks 25 Design 3D . ... 69 Digi Dioid ... 74 Digi*Mate II!.. 31 r Digr-Pamt 3 0.....62 Digi-Vie.v Gold 4 0 ... .129 Elan Peelormer2 0 ....99 Fancy 3-D Fonts ......55 Font-Wc iks .....67 Frame Grabber SW ... 74
• Imagine ......239 Interchange ...... 40 Interchange Object ......15 Interront 62 Modeler 3D 59 Oplicks ....Call PageRenderSD 108 Pholon Paint II 99 Photon Parnt Expans on 23 Photon Video EOLP Call Primate ..... 54 Pnnt Master Art Gallery 1 or 2 20 Prini Master Fantasy 22 Print Mastr Fonts Borders 24 Print Master Pius ¦**fRES£P .....56 Scanlah ...... .... .Call Sculpt 3D-XL . 130 Sculpt-Ammate 40 399 Scuipt-Ammate 40 Jr. Call Turbo Silver Terrain Disk 22 Turbo Silver ....109 Turbo Sdver Conversion. ...15 Turbo Silver Video 30 Vid Gen ...99 Vidcoscape 30 2 0 122
• ¦•'VideoScape Promotion 56
• Wrap Session 59 VIDEO Abacus Desktop Vid Beck 1S Ammagic ..66 Animation: Editor 40 Animation: Effects... .....35 Animation: Flipper ......40 Animation: Multiplane 69 Animation: Rotoscope . . 53 Animation: Soundtrack 89 Animation: Stand 35 Animation: Video Trier 44 Animator Apprentice .. 225 Animotion ....67 Broadcast Titler .....199 Caligari Consumer 185
• -'Sredit Text Scroller .....30 Digi-Works 30 .90 Director ....45 Director Toolkit . .... 28 Director Video Tutorial. . 31
• Disney Animation Studio 114 Easy filler .....34 fantavision 39 Invision Pius 199 Lights Camera Action . 58 Movie Setter . 63 Movie Setter Data Disks.. .24 PageFiipper F X ... 101 Photon Vid. Cel Animator .108 Photon Vid.Transporter,, 2ib Pro Video Gold 199 Pro Video Geld Forts rea i 77 Pro Video Pest .219 Scene Generator ..29
• Sbo.vMaker Call Super Prompt 399 ».«!3-D Ted Animalor 35
• ¦¦! Title Page .....129 TV Graphics . 36 TV Show . .. 74 TV Text Professional. . 112 Video Effects 3D 142 Video Titler vl 1 ...99 n*«i Vista ...... 74 VIVA'......140 Zoetrope . ... 9? CAD »«' 3D Professional .....299 A Cad .... 145 dr.: Deck Builder s CAD ... 53 Draw 2000 .... 149 Home Builder s Cad 139 Home Builder s Choice 55 Home Builder's Library 34 Home Builder's Pr nt 79 introCAD 63 IntroCADPlus . . 94 Professional Draw 2.0 134 Structured Clip Art . . 38 Ultra Desian ..... 229 X Shell Pro 139 X-Cad Designer 112 X-Cad Designer Pro ...339 ART & FONTS
* !¦*'SOD Amiga Fonts .
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• •*'A-mqa SciFi .. ... ArruZoo .. Architectural Design Ashas Fonts .. Bud Pics . China Pics. Clip Art Disks j -3 (each).... 15 Desktop Artist . 23 E-Clips 74 n*-'EPS Clip Art ......26
• ¦¦! For Art's Sake. 16 Future Design .... 24
• GEN Animations 37 Heraldic Pics ..27 Human Design 24 Kara Anm Fonts 1 ..32 Kara Arum Fonts 2 32 Kara Headlines T or 2 53 Lon's Fonts 24 Maps PiiS .... 44 »'•' Maps Pics USA . . , 39 Masterpece Fonts 149 Media Lmc Fonts 26 Microbe! Design .24 ' Fic-Magtc . 65 PixelScript Fonts 1 . . .54 PixelScript Fonts 2 3 or 4 47 PixelScnpt Ornaments 47 PixelScnpt Sampler ....47 Planets 29 Pro Font Library 54 Pro Page Outline Fonts 129 Quick A t ......27 Sex Fonts .....26 Starships 2050 .30 Space Design 29
• -'Story Book Capitals 36 Studio Fonts .32 Subheads 55 SuperClips .22
• Vermont Seasons .....29
• -! Woodlands 29
• World Symbol Library 34 Zuma Fonts .... 25 BUSINESS Advantage 129 BG Caic ...... 106 Budgeteer ..34 Critic's Choice .178 Desktop Budget ..48 Easy Ledger ...199
• -!Home Accounts .....83 Investec's Advantage 79 Money Mentor .Call Nimbus 1 3 (New Version 1 99 PHASAR 4 0 . 61 Project Master .... 130 Publisher s Choice . .139
I. *'Real Doe . 106 Securities Analyst . .....55 Service Industry Accounting ..274 Take S:ock ......34 Tax Break = 1939), ..57 The Accountant. .139 The Works' Platinum 199
• ¦-' Time Waste Management . 56
• -! Top Form || ..62 WordPerfect Lrhrary. .93 WORD PROCESSING AND DTP CygnusEd ..... 67 Exccllence'2 0(lMB) 159 Kind Words 2 0 74 Micro Text 25 Page Setter II.... . 79 PageStream ..129 PageStream Fonts (each) . .27 PageStream Fonts (Mag images) '....28
• PageStream Forms ......28 Pen Pal ..99 Pro Templates ..38 Professional Page 1 3 Call ProFcnts (each) ......26 Prescript ...33 RroText ..139 RroWtde ......75 S-can nery .... . 17-: Scribble' Piatmum 99 Nfi UltraForrns lor Pagestream 56 ni*! UltraFcrms lor ProPage ...56 WordPerfect (Updated!)...179 COMMUNICATION A-Tafk III (New Version) . 70 Baud Bandit.... 35 BBS-PC.. ...tOS Online1 Platinum 65 Skyline 99 Tele Tutor ..... ?; GAMES 3D Pool ..27 4th & Inches ..30 ABZoo 23 After The War 36 Airbcrne Ranger.. 36 Alien Legion .... 36 All Dogs Go To Heaven . 35 Ali Time Favorites 4? Alternate Reality ...29 AMD ... 36 Arnica Karate .....24
N. -'AMOS 70
• -’Anarchy ...... 29 Andromeda Mission. ... 28 AP3 ....31 Aquaventure.. . . . 29 Archpe'agos . .. ....29 Arena 15 Art Of Chess ...24 An cf Go ... 42 Asfeu ......35 Astrarath .26 Aunt Arctic Adventure 27 Auto Duel ...... 28 Baa! .. 20 Bad Company .... 36 Bad Dudes. 31 Balance of Power 31 Salhshx ...... 22 k«-iB.mclit Kings ol Anciert China 44
• Barbarian II . 29 Barbarian . . ... .27 Bard s Tale II . ...... 43 Batman the Movie . . 31 Barman...... 34 Battle Chess 34 Battle Squadron ..... 29 Bailie Tech . 34 Battleship .....20
• Beam 23 Eerrnuda Protect .31 Et-yona Dark Castle ...... 41 Bionic Commando ..23 Black Cauldron ......29 Elack Jack Academy.. 29 Black Shadow 25
• -' Black Tiger ....35 «- Blades cf Steel Bl.t.-krieg Ardennes.....42 Blood Money . 28 Blood Wycli Data Disk 18 Blood Wych 36 Blue Angel 69 28
• ¦¦’ Blue Angels . 35 Bobo .....24 ki*1 Boing the Game .....31 Bomb Busters. . .... 23 Bombuzal .....29 Breach 2 ..34 Breach Scenario 19 Bmach .... .. 29 Bride of the Robot 31 Bridge 5 0 . 27 Bubble Ghost . 29 Buffalo Bill .. 36
* •«! Calculation 25 California Games ....29 Capone .28 Captain Fin .... 21 Carrier Command .. . 33 Casino Fever .... 25 Centerfold Squares ..24 Ni-i Chariots of Wrath, ....27 Charon 5 24
* ¦•’ Chinese Karate 31 Chrona Quest ..... 34 Circus Attractions 29 Clown-O-Mama ...28
* •«’ Cede Name Iceman 42 hfiColonel s Bequest... 43 Colorado ..36 Colossus Chess 27 Combat Course .27 Conflict Europe ...35 Corporate Raiders ....31 Corruption ...31 Cosmic Bouncer 21 Cosmic Pirate ... 37 NfV Cosmo Ranger ...35 Courtroom .36
* »' Crackdown ..... 35 Craps Academy .25 Crash Garrett 27 Crazy Cars 27 Crossbow: William Tel! .31 Crossword Creator.... .35 Crystal Quest.....36 Cyber Complex ....25 Cycles ....29 Daily Dbl Horse Racing .24 Damocles 31 Danger Freak.....24 »••! Darius ...... 36 Dark Century ...32 DataSicrm 27 nr*' Day of the Viper ...36 Deep Space ...21 Defenders of the Earth 36 Denans . 28 Detonator .... 25 Devonaire ....3- Distani Armies .3i Dive Bomber . . 37 Dominaior . ... . 29 Dominoes .18 Double Dragon Jl ...31 h-: Double Dribble 32 Dr Doom s Revenge 31 Dragon Spirit .. 31 Dragon's Lair II ...47 Dragon's Lair ......33 Dragcnscape . . 31 Drakkhen . 41 Dream Zone 31 Duck Tails ... 32 Dungeon Master Asst 24 Dungeon Master Ejtor 24 Dungeon Master Hint Disk .15 Dungeon Master .29 Dungeon Quest .....34
• 1*'Dynasty Wars ......35
• -! Dyler 07 ...29 Ehmrnaior ...28 Emperor of the Mines 37 Enunctatcr 17 Eskimo Games .. 28 European Scenery. 20 Evil Garden . ......16 Exolon. 23 Eye of Hc-rus .29 ir*1 F29 Retahator 35 F40 Pursuit .31 Faery Tale . ..29 Falcon Scenery .....25 Falcon .....34 Famous Course Dsk 17 Fast Break . 30 Femme Fatale Data . 1? Femme Fatale 28 Feud ...18 Fiendish Freddy _35 Fighter 3omber .....44
* ¦¦' Fighter Bomber Mission D’Sk . 35 Final Mission ..25 Fire & Forget ...27 fire Brigade ... 33 Mi«!First Contact 35 First Person Pinball 36 Fish 31 Flight Simulator 2 .32 hf.rflimbos Quest 36 Fool's Errand .. ....37 Forgotten Worlds 29 Formula One .... 2' Four In One .22 Fright Night ..28 Frost Byte .21 Galactic invasion ..19 Ganymed 22 Garfield's Winter Tale . ... 36 Garfield .. 35 GeeBee An Rally 23 Gemini Wmg ..... 29 Gemus ....29 Ghouts I Ghosts ...29 Grand Prix Circuit _....3Q Grand Pris Master ....34 Gridiron ....30 Guerrilla War . 31 Gunship ..37 Hardball 2 36 Heart of the Dragon ...36 Heatwave ..33 HellRmser.... 35
k. *'Hero's Quest 42 Heroes 0! The Lance 29 High Steel ..28
• *»! Hi way Patrol .....32 «¦-' Hockey League Simulator 31 Hole In One Courses ......’5 Hole In One ...25 Hollywood Poker 25 Holmes ..... . 37 Hometown USA 29 Honey Mocners ...29
• ¦•t Hot Rod 36 Hoyles Book of Games 28 Human Killing Machine 26 Hyperforce ... 35 I Ludicrous .. 25 Indiana Jones (Doom)... 28 Infestation ..29 Insanrtv Fight ___29 International Soccer __28 Iron Trackers 31 J Nicklaus Couse Disk 2 18 J Nicklaus Golf ... 37 Japan Scenery ...20 Jaws ......29 Jetsons ..... 29 Jet .... 35 Jigsaw Puvztemania ..... 25 Jinks ..21 Karate Kid II 23 Kennedy Approach 30 Kid Gloves .....35 King Arthur ...... 37 Hr-' King's Quest IV ,, . 41 Kingdoms of England 32 1- Klax 29 Knight Force ......31
* *»i Kursk Campaign 43 Lancaster .....31 Lancelot 29 Las; Duel ...... 23 Last I rca 28 Nn>- Last Minja II.... 36 Leathernecks 29 Legend 0! Djel ...36 Legend 29 Legend of Sir Fred 36 «..! Leisure Suit Larry III 4*i Licence to Kill .. 29 besure Suit Larry II ...34 Lombard Rally ......29 Losl Dutchman Mine. . 35 Magic Candle.... ... 39 Magic Johnson Hoops (1MB) 28 Major Motion ..27
* f Malta Storm .....43 Manhunler 2 - New York . 35 Maniac Mansion 34 Marble Madness .19 ¦in! Matrix Marauder 29 Mean 18 27 Menace . 24 Metropolis ......3t k-i MicroLeague Wrestling . 29 Ni«!Midwinter.. ..35 Millerium 2 2 ..37 Mind Roll 22 Mission ConBat ...... 35
* •'Moscow Campaign 43 MTB: Barbarossa . 45 MTB Central Germany 45 New York Warriors .....35 Night Hunter.... ... 29 NighlOa.vn ..25 Ninja Mission ..13 in*! No Excuses .....16 North & South ..... 34 Obliterate? ..... 39 Off Shore Warrior ..29 Omega .....35 Gmru Play Basketball...... 37 Omni Play Horseracmg 35 Operation Clean Streets 28 Operation Combat 29
• ¦•’Operation Overlord . 56
* ¦- Operation Spruance 36 Operation Wolf 23 Out Run ....34 ROW .28 P47 Thunderbolt ..... 35 PacLand ....29 Paladin Scenario .....19 Paladin 29 Paperboy ...... 36 Paranoia Complex ..... 32 Persun Gulf Inferno.....29 Personal Nightmare . 29 Phantasm .24 Phaser Gun...... 45 Phobia ....37 it"'Photon Storm ..31 PiCtionary ..36 Pioneer Plague ...27
* « Plague ...29 Planet ol Lust 29 Platoon 31 Pocket Rockets 29 Poco Man .....31 Poker Solitaire .24 xn.'Police Quest 11 . .42
• Pool of Radiance Call Populous Worlds Disk .21 Power Struggle ..... 29 Pusan ......28 Pro Football Simulato- 27 Project Neptune . - ..27 m»t Pyramax .....31 Pursuit to Earth .29 Qix ......27 Quartz ..36 Quest For Time Buds ..... 36 Ouestron II .....35 Hi*! Raider .....24 Parnbo III ......27 Rampage ..27 Realm of the Trolls ....37 Realm of the Warlock 25 Red Heat .39 »¦¦'Red Storm Rising 43 Reel Fish n ......32 Renegade 28 Hennaisance .27
• ¦•I Resolution 101 36 Re-.enge of Defender __27 Rick Dangerous 37 Ringside. 29 Road Raider ..27 Robo-Cop ..36 Rock Challenge 27 Rocket Ranger .33 Roger Rabbit. .31 Rob Ou! ....27 Roller Coaster Rumble 30 Romance of 3 Kingdoms , 46
* ¦»' Rommel at Ef-Alamc nr 43 «¦¦' Rommel at Garala.. 43
• >¦-! Rotor ....29 RVF Honda ....31 Santa Paravia .22 Scary Mutants 27 Scenery Disk 7 or 11 ...18 Scenery Disk 9 . .20 K -f Scenery Starter .44 «¦•! Sea Haven Towers . 25 Seconds Out Boxing Sex Vixens From Space.. .29 Shadow of the Beast ..29 »*»!Shadow of the Beast II . 42 Sherman M-4 35 Shufflepuck Cafe .23 Side Arms ......29 Side Show .....31 Sidewinder . 21 Sidmon .....49 Silent Service ...24 Silicon Dreams......25 Sim City Terrain Editor .....17 SimCrty 31 Sky Chase 23 Sky Fighter 19 Slipstream _ 17 Snake Pit .24 Snoopy ...36 Soccer Match ...27 Soldier 2000 .36 Soldier of Light .36 Solitaire Royafe 22 Sorcerer Lord ...28 Space Ace 39 Space Cuifer 20 Space Harrier 2 36 Space Hamer ...36 Space Racer ..21 Space Ranger ..IB Space School Simulator ...24 Space Station ..16 Spherical .29 Spin World ...25 Spitting Image .29 Spy vs Spy 2...... 18 Star Goose ...29 Star Ray ...3T Stellar Cruwde ...41 Stock Market Game 19 Street Fighter ......29 Stricter ... 29 Nt*!Strike Aces ....36 Strip Poker Data (each) 15 Strip Poker I) 23 Stryx .23 Stun! Car Racer ......34 Sub Battle ..34 Super Scramble ..29 Synapse 24
T. ACL .74 N'"1 Table Tennis 28 Tate Spin . 37 Tank Attack... .22 Targhan ......36 Targis ... 27 Techno Ceps .....34 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles ......31 Tele Epic ..2? Telegames 25 Telewar II 27 Telewar ......29 Tennis Cup ......31 Terrorpocfs .....28 Test Drive II Data reach) 15 Test Dri .e II Muscle Cars 15 Test Drive II ......30 Tetris ....25 Theme Park Mystery .. ..35 Third Courier .... 36 Three Stooges .31 Thud Ridge ...34 »>•' Thunder Stoke .36 Time 4 Maaik... . .31 Tin Tin on the Moon ... 36 Titan 31 To the Rhme . 36 Tom & Jerry 2 28 Tom 4 Jerry ...23 Transputer ...24 ¦wf Treasure Trap 29 Triad .... .36 TnpleX ......29 Trivia Pursuit .29 «u»!Turrican . ... 29 Twilight Zone . 29
N. -l Typhoon Thompson ....28 Ultima III ...29 Ultima IV ...... 39 Under Sea Commando 34 Universe III 35 Vampire's Empire 17
• Vette ....Call Vigilante _ 29
* *.!Vindcx 24 Virus .21 Vortex 29 Vulcan 29 War In Middle Earth 35 Warhead...... 35 Warlock 28 Wayne Gretzky Hockey . .. 34 ¦dWeb of Terror ......32 Welltris .....29 Where Sleeping Gods Lie 35 White Death ..... 39
• -’Wild Streets .... 33 Wings cf Fury ....27 WmdWalker ...31 World Championship Boxing ...... 31 World Class Course Disk 15 World Class Leader Brd 29 World ol Flight ..109 World Snooker Billiards 22 World Trophy Soccer ...28 Xenon II .....39 Xcnophobe .36 Zany Golf 19 Zero Gravity 21 Zoom ...... 20 EDUCATION Adv. Of Sinbad ...35 Aesop’s Fable (Unicorn). .33 Aesop's Fable iKilton) 19 N("f Algebfcin... ..66 All About America .42 n«! American Idiomatic Engh$ h27 Animal Kingdom ...35 Arabian Nights 35 At The Zoo .31 Barney Bear ....Call n«' Barney Bear 2 ..28 Cardiac Arrest 49 Chicken Little T9 Nt-! CLAS 99 ConSoundTration ......30 Deluxe Help ..Call Designasaurus ......34 Dinosaurs Arc Forever 29 Discovery Data Disks . 15 Discovery Math ..25 Discovery Spell .25 Distant Suns ..51 Ni"! Easy Grade .. 47 Fust Letters and Words 29 First Snapes 29 Fraction Action ...33 Grade Manager 69 Intellitype ......19 Jigsaw ...... 29 Kinderama. 33 Learning Curve .... 55 Lmkword Languages 24 Little Red Hen . 19 Logic Master 36 Magical Myths ...36 Match It .....29 MnfMath Blaster Plus .35 Math Wizard ..... 35 Mathamation Nutri Fax ...43 Opposites Attract ....31 Read i Rhyme ...33 Read-A-Rama .....33 Recipe Fax . 28 Talking Storybook (each) 24 Three Bears ..... 22 Three Litllep-gs ....IS Trip (w Atlas) .....35 Ugly Duckling 22 Where in Europe . 35 Where In The USA.....35 Where In The World .30 Word Master ..... 35 DATABASE DB Man V . . DataRctrieve DataRenieve Prof M-'Marl Shot Plus Mailodsx , Micro Base . ...... 25 Microfiche Frier Ffus 115 Nag Plus . 54 Superbase Personal II 59 Supe’base Prof. 3 . 229 Who What Where When 57 PROGRAMMING A'C Essie = vl 3) .. 134 A C Fortran ..199 Addison Wesley Manuals Call Amiga Machine Lang 24 Arexxs Assempro ......72 Aztec C-Dev (New Ver') 199 Benchmark C Library.....71 Benchmark IFF Library 71 Benchmark Modula-2 134 Benchmark Simplified 71 Cf .. .279 C5C .. 199 CAPE 53K _ 65 OevPac Amiga ..67 OSM Disassembler .. ...44
H. Soft Basic ...115 InovaTools (Nev. Version) ..57 J-Forth ...145 I Debug ... 76 Magellan (New Version)...t29 ModuLr 2 179 Module 2 Debugger 88 Power Windows 2 5 63 Software From Hell ..56 Source Level Debugger......B2 W-Shell .....36 MUSIC AMAS ......135
• Amiga Sings ......12 Audio Master 2 0 ..... 53 Bars & Pipes ..199 Bars S Pipes Music Box.. .45 Bars & Pipes Internals Sound Kit 45 Bars S, Pipes Rules for Tools .45 Copyist Pro ....149 Dr 1 Patch Editors Call Drum Studio 35 Dynamic Drums . 59 Dynamic Studio.....144 Fat Sounds 46 Fun Keys ...28 KCS ......177 n«»'KCS Level 2 Version 3 0 Call
M. .... 149 MasterSouod 54 Master Tracks Pro . ....259 MIDI Quest .....179 MID! Recording Studio 49 MidiMaaic ......98 Music Mouse ..49 Music X ....165
• ¦¦'Performance .. 129 Pro Sound Designer .. 109 Quasar Sound ...37 Somx .49 Sound Oasts ....72 Sound Trax 1 or 2 .....15 Soundques? Parch Editors ......100 Studio Magic .75 Synthia 2 ..89 Synthia Professional......230 Texture .... 102 N«t Tra* ..77 » hi l Wave 189 UTILITIES AMAX ......129 Ami .Alignment ......37 Amiga DOS Toolbox ....40 Amiga Tricks S Tips ..17 AmrKil ..29 BAD .....34
* •¦! CAL (Calendar Maker)!......35 Can Do! ... 99 Cllmate ...... 25 Color Commander ...21 Cross DOS 4.0 .29 Disk 2 Disk (New Version) .37 Disk Mechanic .5Q DiskMaster ...40 Dos 2 Dos ..37 Doug s Library Disk 11 ¦(¦¦'Doug s Library 2 19
• ¦•'Doug s Library'3 *9 Doug's Math Aquarium 59 DUDE .. 35 Dunlap Utilities .55 Express Copy ..31 EZ Backup .. . 36 Fat Tracks ....39 Family Tree ......34 «¦-! FRED (Phome Dialer) .36 Home Inv Manager 27 Hi-'Lottery Professional..... 31 Mac To Dos. ...92
• -’Mastering CLI |Nevi Ver) . 31 MicroLaser 42 Momentum Check .. 25 Norgen Geneology ...71 Palette Printer .25 P-xelScript ......104 Project 0 (New Version)... 37 Quarterback ......45 Raw Copy (Latest!) ....37 f Reaper .36 SuperBack ...54 Tarct Master ...21 Thinker ... 49
• ¦¦'Total Control Diet ......74 Virus infection Protection 32 Virus Protection Tcoikit.....39 Vo RecOne ..129 X-Copv II ..23 Our objeclive is to carry every product lor the Amiga - and sell them at the best prices. Our policy is lo be as competitive as possible on all product prices. II you find a lower price, please give us a call. II is no longer close to possible for us to list all the products we carry. II you don't see it listed, please call.
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LocateTo defines the location of the text to be displayed; SetPrStyle sets the text style; SetPrMode specifies the mode of text display; and ShowText replaces the Print statement. Carefully enter the code; then type SAVE “TexlSubs' A to save the collection of subprograms to your Amiga Basic disk in ASCII format. Please note that you may not use the menu Save option. The Merge command, which combines die subprograms with the main program, works with ASCII files only. ’ LocateTo a Specific Pixel SUB LocateTo (xpixel%,ypixel%) STATIC SHARED FontHeight& x& = xpixel%:y& = ypixel% + INT(FontHeight&*.75) CALL Move&(WlNDOW = 8),x&,y&) END SUB Display a Given String of Text SUB ShowText (textlnS) STATIC CALL Text&(WINDOW(8),SADD(textln$ ),LEN(textlnS)) END SUB While you are neatening up. Saving the following collection of variable assignments (as ASCII with SAVE “TexlNames”,A) will make your final listing much more readable. 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K. I.S.S. and No Surprises My testing sessions go most smoothly it 1 follow a few multimedia rules of thumb when constructing the application. The first is: Keep it simple. This holds true for both visual and program design. If users must search a cluttered display every time they need to do something, they probably won’t try. Use the principles of graphic design to focus attention By Gene Brawn on the subject at hand, keeping options to a minimum. Consistency goes hand-in-hand with simplicity. If your application has repeating elements, put them in the same place every time they appear no surprises. For example, if you group your basic navigational controls along the bottom of the screen, always present them in the same order. Remember that all of these buttons need not appear on every screen. The Home button would not appear on the Home screen, for example. The Navigator The multimedia programmer’s fundamental navigational tool is the screen ’’hot spot,” which is simply an area of the screen that initiates an action when clicked. The most common form of hot spot is an icon. For example, an icon designed to resemble a projector might play an animation. Unfortunately, lar too many icon buttons are so badly designed that they actually impede the user’s ability to navigate an application. Although a text label can clearly state an icon’s function, an icon that needs such a label is a failure, lake the ubiquitous octagonal stop sign, for example. Not only does it instantly convey its meaning in any language but u also functions equally well as a pure icon, without the word "stop.” Unfortunately, there are verv few tin- J 4 ambiguous icons. So, instead of designing an icon for each function, create a class symbol for a group of related functions. Using on-screen, VCR-style buttons to control an animation is a perfect example. Each button has the same design, but a different symbol printed on it, You’d be surprised at how often you can group functions in this way. You can conserve screen real estate it you use toggles buttons that change their function when you click them. For example, an animation button labeled "Play” could change to “Pause” once the animation begins. You must, however, be absolutely certain that the user notices this difference. Often, changing a button's color is enough. Just Looking, Thank You A browser is a powerful way to navigate a multimedia application, especially for professional users who know what they are looking for. The simplest browser is the page turner, which allows the user to view the material in an unstructured manner, like leafing through an encyclopedia. The user clicks a button, perhaps in the corner of the screen, to move on to the next file on the disk one that may not be related to the current screen. Implement the browser with care, for with it. Users can bypass all your carefully constructed links and possibly miss the point of the presentation. Link maps, graphic representations of all the modules and connections in your presentation, are also useful as browsers. The user calls up the map. Which highlights the current screen, and clicks on another module to jump to its screen. As If you ever wondered just how smart you were when you bought your Amiga, get AmigaVisionl Remember your original reasons lor getting an Amiga? Of course you do. Silly question. Well, fast-forward now to April 24th, 1990, the day Commodore introduced AmigaVision. | jJ AmujaVinion in an authoring system for a mere $ M9 that allmen the Amiga to live up to itnjullpotential. The easy-to-learn, easy-to use icons you see up on the
i. - * i * screen and on this page call up music, animation, text, video in whatever order or even simultaneously and * create, well, any tvq e ol presentation or courseware. Also, AmigaVision takes full advantage ol Arexx, your Amiga’s lile lormat standards and its multitasking capabilities. As you might imagine, you don't have to be a programmar to turn your abstract ideas into reality. All you have to be is you. Can it extend the use ol application software you already own? Is there multitasking interaction with other programs? Is it dBase III™ database compatible? Yes...yes...yes, to all these queries. For business people, it can create presentations that persuade. For people in education and training, it can help create interactive instructional programs. For anyone, anywhere, it can liberate the way they communi- cate, whether they are delivering information or VK entertainment. Call 1-800-627-9595 soon to find the location ol your closest Amiga dealer. For you, its another confirmation v- i of what you knew before most people: namely how smart Amiga is and how shrewd its owners were when they C- * bought one. Amiga*.The computer for the creative mind. Commodore* C 1990 Commodore Business Machines. Inc. Commodore and the Commodore logo arc registered trademarks of Commodore hlectronics. Ltd Amiga is a registered trademark of Commodore-Amiga. Inc. AmigaVision and The Computer lor the Crrutivr Mind are trademarks ol Commodore-Amiga. Inr. Dbase III is a trademark ol Ashton- late. Inc M II L T I M E I) I V you may imagine, trying to display a large application’s hundreds, even thousands, of links on a single screen is all but impossible. In that case, limit the map to a display of only those related links nearest the current module. A similar navigational aid that’s especially handy for historical presentations is the time line. You use it to examine concurrent, but otherwise unrelated, events. For example, if a promotional screen for a bus tour displays an array of dates and times, users can click on each to find out what sort of landscape they would be passing at that point. Spell It Out A highlighted word in a well-written paragraph is the ultimate icon. Hypertext branching among logically linked passages based on key words is one of the most powerful elements of multimedia. But, paradoxically, most users are not comfortable reading text from monitors, so keep your message short and try to use a graphic to reinforce the idea. If possible, use Hi-res mode to display the blocks of text. Above all, keep your text easy to read, especially if you are working with NTSC (television) systems. Colors blur and text gets fuzzy, so you should increase the size of your typeface and reduce the length of your message for this format. If you are highlighting text links, give the user a way to turn them off, because too many highlights can detract from the point of the text. Please, for everyone’s sake, don’t go crazy with fancy typefaces; a simple Times or Helvetica is preferable to an indecipherable Gothic, What you say is much more important than how you say it, so. To lend color to a page, use a picture or a graphic element rather than an overly complex typographical design. Talk Back Feedback is a fundamental part of presentations. One of your prime duties is to keep users reassured that all is well. If they click a button, let them know the command was received. The program should acknowledge the click with a sound or a flash. A more pleasant way to indicate “business as usual” is to play some music. If the screen is blank because the program is loading a tile, a little digital Muzak will keep users confident they haven’t done something fatal. Equally helpful is an orientation screen explaining the use of the interface. Keep in mind that there will often be no paper documentation available, especially in public-information systems where a person may use your program onlv once. A context-sensitive, on-line help system is invaluable here. Even with plenty of up-front help, multimedia applications are often so complex that users will get lost or work themselves into a dead-end. Provide an on-screen map of where they have been, so they can retrace their steps to the wrong turn and carry on from there. Multimedia applications require attention to detail, anticipation of the user’s needs, and, most of all, a nearly transparent interface. If you plan carefully and follow these techniques, your presentation will be effective and fun to use. ¦ Gene Bmum is an interactive multimedia producer. Write to him c o AmigaWorld Editorial Dept., 80 Elm St., Peterborough, NH 03458. EXPLORE! Mons Olympus - Mars • Yosemite Crater Lake • Mt. St. Helens 4 Billion Fractal Landscapes Explore the Universe! 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• Tom Smith of Westminster. CO, is stuck on Level 2 of Dungeon Master in the "Time is of the Essence-' riddle room. You have to be really quick here. Four moves to the left and two forward should do it. Use your cursor keys instead of the mouse for extra speed. If that doesn't work, your party may be too heavily laden. Dump some of the heavy stuff and try again. Incidentally, before you even get to the riddle rooms, there’s a handy item in a secret room off the main hallway. Don't just gallumph down every passage; you may be surprised at what you’re missing. Any irregularity in the walls is worth investigating.
• David Chau of Alberta, Canada, is trapped between a rock and a hard monster the major domo in the second stage of Shadow of the Beast (Psygnosis, S49.95) and is dismayed that his newfound heavy-duty weapon won't cut it. Just stay at it, Dave. As I recall, all that's required here is persistence.
• Fellow game reviewer Rob Lawrence writes to suggest that you take your time exploring the wilderness area in The Legend of William Tell (Electronic Zoo, $ 39.95), but that you shouldn't be shy of invading the castle. Apparently it's not as tough as it looks. Rob says you'll need a decent crossbow and winder, however, and a fair amount of loot to bribe the baddies. (A certain key is out there, as well.) Arrows and munchies apples, I bet are plentiful inside the fortress. MATRIX MARAUDERS EARTH ONE - PREPARE TO DESCEND. YOUR TIME HAS COME... As you hurtle through the complex mazes of the death tunnels, you must negotiate the torturous twists and turns in order to keep ahead of the competition. The deadly race track is linked by a series of pit grids which are littered with numerous bonuses including speed amplification modules and fuel which must be collected to ensure your survival! Featuring a unique 3D arcade game concept. This is the ultimate futuristic racing simulator - you won’t find anything like this on this side of the galaxy! Optional two player “Head to Head” link via serial port. Screen shots from the Amiga version AVAILABLE NOW ON THE PSYCLAPSE LABEL Choose your car, grab the wheel and go! Speed through the cities, deserts, forests and wastelands competing in over 30 gruelling races day and night in a mad dash for the finishing post. Race against the computer or friends. Pop in the shop to enhance or repair your machine. Pedal - to - the - metal fun! Squeals on wheels! Lead - free frolics! Screen Shots from the Amiga version AVAILABLE ON THE PSYGNOSIS LABEL Feature Packed Action and Strategy As a Carthagian hero you must not only repel Roman invasion by successful troop strategy but also maintain your armies’ ever-waning supplies by running the gauntlet on your chariot to deliver much-needed money. Survey the detailed North African landscape and zoom in on your troops to administer strategy. Decide which of your armies needs a cash injection then grab the reins for a mind-boggling first-person-perspective 3-D chariot race to deliver the money . . . Strategy and arcade action superbly combined to give you a taste of ancient history so real you can almost smell the elephants! Screen shots from the Amiga Version COMING SOON ON THE PSYGNOSIS LABEL Ode 123 on Reader Service card. Matrix Marauders Amiga Atari ST Nitro Amiga Atari ST Carthage (coming soon) Amiga Atari ST SEEING IS BELIEVING PSYGNOSIS 29 Saint Mary’s Court, Brookline, MA 02146 Telephone: (617) 731-3553 Fax: (617) 731-8379 that, once built up, can make a successful attack cause greater than normal damage. When you deem yourself' ready, you’re off to the famous Budokan arena in Tokyo for a tournament. After deciding which art to learn, you can practice its moves by yourself or against a teacher. To fight, you first move the joystick to indicate your fighting stance; then you choose which attack or block to execute from that stance. Once you have practiced enough, you may go to the mat to spar against other students, who, unlike the teachers, will not hold back their attacks if you weaken. You can specify which of the four martial arts you wish to practice and which you want your partner to use. This could be your hour of triumph if you’ve practiced enough. After extensive sparring, you travel to the Budokan arena and battle experienced opponents, some of whom use fighting styles and weapons not taught in your dojo. Be prepared: You may use each of your arts only four times. You cannot specialize in only one or two arts and still hope Treasure Trap By Chris Dickman IN THE PAST five years, I’ve blasted countless aliens, spent weeks mapping my way through dungeons, and driven enough racing cars to fill a used car lot. 1 thought I’d seen it all, but I found Treasure Trap refreshingly different. The premise is mundane enough: A gold-bearing ship has sunk on the high seas, and you must don an old-fashioned diver’s outfit and wanto win the tournament. Budokan’s concept is good, but its presentation is uneven. While the Kxtra_Halfbt ite- mode graphics are only adequate, the sound is very well done, especially the music. The game runs on accelerated Amigas and does not use clisk- protection; however, you cannot multitask or install it on a hard drive. The biggest complaints I have are the randomly generated, and therefore useless, words of wisdom you receive from the Sensei and the way der through the rooms of the wreck, dodging bad-tempered aquatic lifeforms, to collect the bullion. Unlike most games of its ilk, the game does not reward razor-sharp reflexes. Treasure 1 rap is more a game of strategy, with each of the 100 rooms representing a different puzzle to be solved. I he starfish, octopi, jellyfish, sharks, and other denizens of the deep can indeed spell your untimely demise, but they're not hard to avoid. After collecting 80 bars ol gold, you can invoke the help of a some of the complicated moves were implemented. (I have yet to execute any spinning jump attack via the joystick and have had only slightly better luck with the keyboard.) Not being able to choose different lighting styles was disappointing, as well. For martial arts fans, however, the problems don’t distract too much from the complexity and pleasure the game offers. (5 9.95, Electronic Arts, 1820 Gateway Dr., San Mateo, CA 9I IO f, 415 571-7171. No special requirements.) "smart fish" that will dispose of your immediate adversaries in short order. Time is more of an enemy than the malevolent sea creatures, with your oxygen supply constantly dwindling. Happily, extra oxygen bottles are scattered throughout the wreck to prolong your three allotted lives. The detailed and lushly colored 3-D rooms are diflerent ?
• Last time out, we spent some time in Throtl, the first city to liberate in Champions of Krynn (Strategic Simulations Inc., $ 49.95). This time, a few pointers on Kernen, the final one: Take the opportunity to get disguised before you set foot in here. It’ll keep down the encounters. (Monsters like looking at other monsters.) Read the messages at the headquarters gate carefully. The guard strength fluctuates through the day, and you can make it even weaker if you explore thoroughly and match an odd item and nonplayer character. Don’t see Myrtani’s minions under every bed. You might have some allies, if you treat them right. I know, half the people in these games look as if they should be sitting on a rock in the desert, but a little trust never killed an adventure game character. . . More than once, anyway.
• The foyer of the monastery In Future Wars (Interplay, $ 49.95) has some folks praying for help. This puzzle calls for watching the monks in the foyer and. Well, monkey see, monkey do. The other most common FW question involves escaping from the cell on the enemy ship. You’ll need two items. One’s available in the tube station. (Yes, the newspaper machine works. If at first you don’t succeed.. .) The other is a little more slippery, and I won’t say more than that the basement monastery wouldn't be a bad place to look very, very carefully.
• A fellow whose name I can’t decipher is threatening to destroy his Amiga if he can't get out of Brooklyn in Gold Rush (Sierra On-Line, S39.95). He’s missing one small, important item, and hence is missing the boat. He doesn't say which items he's found, though so I'll try to "borough” into some of the game's more troublesome small important items. Your house seems a bit empty, doesn't it? Naturally, there’s that photo album to check out. A desk is almost always a source of an item or two in every adventure game I’ve ever played. Don’t neglect the gazebo next door (or the flowers around it you can’t take them with you). The post office demands a visit, and the letter you'll receive (sooner or later) de- ? PREPARE YOURSELF FOR AN INVASION prehistoric, at that of strategy, adventure and education! Discover a time when dinosaurs ruled the world relive battles and fights so captivating and realistic, you'll swear you lived among them! This one or two player, strategy board game features action adventure elements along with an extensive animated encyclopedia, amazing digitized sounds and massive animated dinosaurs (covering 2 3 of the screen). NriwWTl tr- Actual Amiga screens shown DigiTek Software 8910 N. Dale Mabry, Suite 37 Tampa. Florida 33614
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• Important Catalog Announcement • Call for your new 25 page catalog of specialty items for Amiga, Commodore and IBM. This free catalog contains: Low-cost replacement chips, upgrades, 34 diagnostic products, tutorial VHS tapes, interfaces, heavy- duty power supplies (for A500 and A2000) and other worldwide products you won’t find anywhere else. Dealers, use your letterhead. THE GRAPEVINE GROUP, INC. 3 Chestnut St., Suffern, NY 10901 1-800-292-7445 * 914-354-4448 Fax 914-354-6696 Prices Subject to Change We Ship Worldwide Circle 164 on Reader Service card. Serves especially close attention. Don't blow your wad in the stores. It’s extremely tempting, but the journeys via Panama and Cape Horn require one item each. You don't want to get bitten on the one trip. . .or get scurvy on the other.
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• Dumbest Hint of the Month: When playing Stryx (Psyclapse Psygnosis, $ 34.95), be sure to pick up your gun. It's lying on the floor at your feet when the game starts. Wander away, and you'll get wasted pronto, knocked off the platform, and then you'll never get it back. Admonitions and Grovelings Department: Letters are coming in a tad vague on the specifics. If you’re stuck in a game, let me know exactly where, what items you have, and what you’ve done to get unstuck. I'll get a hint in before the 90s turn into the '00s. I swear on a purple worm! L COMPANIES MENTIONED: Electronic Zoo, 3431-A Benson Ave., Baltimore, MD 21227, 301 646-5031. FTL Games, 6160 Lusk Blvd., C-206, San Diego. CA 92121, 619 453-5711. Gainstar. Distributed by DigiTek, 8910
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2411. Psyclapse Psygnosis, 17 St. Mary’s Ct., Brookline. MA 02146. 617 566-1569. Sierra On-Line, PO Box 485, Coarse- gold. CA 93614, 209 683-4468, Strategic Simulations Inc., distributed by Electronic Arts, 1820 Gateway Dr., San Mateo, CA 94404. 415 571-7171. Developers: To have your games com sldered for inclusion in “Crib Notes," send copies to Peter Olafson, c o AmigaWorld Editorial Dept., 80 Elm St., Peterborough, NH 03458. Enough not to bore yon during your quest. In fact, the entire playing area seems to be in constant motion, with your diver wandering around, and each room crawling with sea life and floating debris. While the game is visually rich, it's acoustically sparse. I could have used more audible feedback. Treasure Trap supports extra memory, which expedites changing rooms, but it would not load on an A1000 with a Spirit Technology memory board. Electronic Zoo con- ? G A M E firmed that it knows about the problem and offered to refund my money if I couldn't get the game working. It also failed to load on an A3000, but finally ran well on an A500 with one megabyte of RAM. Although a joysick is supported, I found it easier to control the diver with PRESERVE the keyboard. . Treasure Trap is strangely soothing to play, but hardcore arcade gamers might find it wimpy. Some of the puzzles in the outer rooms are quite tricky to solve, and it was a welcome relief not having to worry about dying every ten seconds. If attractive, highly animated, puzzle-oriented games are your thing, you’ll like Treasure Trap. ($ 39.95, Electronic Zoo. 3431 -A lien.son Ave., Haiti more, ML) 21227, 301 646-5031. Mo special requirements.) "Enra live satellite feed to 4 7 nations -1 had to have precise runtime control coupled with the assurance that my animations and images would be Ihere ready to go right on rue. I couldn't have done it without ELAN PERFORMER. Eiming is the critical factor during live presentations and ELAN PERFORMER, by design, is interactive and has the flexibility I need in my work. " 1« >i:i Tessler, Director, Ui sn.x I X Their Finest Hour: The Battle of Britain By Kevin C. Rohrer IN THE EARLY days of World War fl. Hitler’s battle-hardened Luftwaffe attempted to dear British airspace as a prelude to a cross-channel invasion, while Churchill’s Royal Air Force (RAF) fought to deny them air supremacy. Their Finest Hour: The Battle of Britain (TIU) lets you be an ally of either side, embarking on a campaign either to fly your aircraft, you also have general control of several others during a mission. Your performance reflects on that of the others. TFII also has a custom mission builder fin* designing your own missions. In TFH, the RAF fights a defensive battle, using a Supermarine Spitfire or a Hawker Hurricane. The attacking Germans have more ELAN PERFORMER 2.0 For presentations to 47 nations or 47 people ... just press a key or click the mouse and let ELAN PERFORMER 2.0 display your Amiga® imagery in a flash. Right on cue. NEW FOR 2.0: Even more image and animation formats (more than any other Amiga program), full ARF.XX support including RECORDER and MIDI applications, enhanced animation editing, NTSC and PAL compatible. See vour dealer or contact: ELAN $ 149. D E S Elan Design, Inc.
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• R5-232 serial interlace with passthru nier-17, Heinkel-111, and Junkers-88 level bombers. Each plane is accurately rated with flight and combat characteristics, and you can move to the different crew positions during battle. Heinkels have crew positions for the pilot, bombardier, and live machine gunners. NEW LIMITED TIME OFFER! Order Direct From Spirit Technology As a bonus, players with I-megabyte Amigas get the added dimension of sound: the planes have distinctive engine noises, machine guns sound different from cannon, bombs and flak explode, and hits on your aircraft seem disconcertingly real. I he view outside your cockpit is equally detailed and exciting. You can watch ships sinking, buildings and grounded aircraft being strafed and bombed, and your compatriots wheeling about in dogfights. TFH is not really a flight simulator, for the difficulty fac- HardBall II By Peter Olafson ACCOLADE HAS TAKEN its classic baseball game, HardBall, thrown in everything but the dugout drinking fountain. . .and sacrificed much of what made the game a classic. On the surface, HardBall II has all the ingredients: instant replays, league play, a team and player editor, ten teams (all fictitious) and the guts of others, seven ballparks (most of them real), the ability to customize player positioning, a host of changeable play features, and lots more. Tor is slight. Takeoffs and landings are simplified, and rudder control isn’t available. The instrument panels, although unique to each type of aircraft, have also been drastically simplified. TFH is built around an established game-system that has already proven to be a major success. A follow-up to Battle- hawks 1942, TFH improves on the earlier game. It can be controlled via the mouse, kev- board, or joystick, is not copyprotected, and can be run from a hard drive or RAM:. Being able to fight on either side while flying any of several different types of aircraft in individual combat missions or as part of a campaign will keep even veteran pilots involved. (S59.95, Lucasfilm Games, (list riba led b Electronic Arts, 1820 Gateway Dr., San Mateo. CA 94404' 415 571 -
7171. No special requirements.) Yet, in some respects, this option-packed game is next to unplayable. For example, it offers four perspectives on the field, but none of them are entirely adequate to the demands of the game. If you adopt the closeup view from behind the batter and pitcher, you’ll struggle to make a play once (he ball’s been hit. At that point, die game shifts to a full-field view, wilh ihe outbound horsehidc appearing as the smallest of fly- specks. The fielder handling the play is indicated by a change in color too subtle an indicator considering the tininess of players. In short, there’s no way to tell immediately where the hall is or who’s going for it. If you play only from the ; V I K I* R K S K R V i; fuli-field perspective, fielding is much easier, but the batter is so small you can’t lell when to swing. You can switch between ihese modes, but H ying graphics and the sound lacks variety. The fuli-field graphics, by contrast, are rather delicate and pretty. I he attempt to improve an ? Full Suing Inning:! ¦> ~: Distinctive Stars 8
• iMUIt-lf Accolade Aces 0 f . Batter: Kevin Picked 4* _Pitcher: Bis Al Miller Call your pitch and throw it. To force user-friendliness on a reluctant game isn't my idea of fun. Already excellent game is certainly commendable, but the original’s very simplicity and cleanness of design were its greatest virtues. Even il it was low on options, HardBall just soared along. HardBall II never makes it out of the infield. (S44.95, Accolade, 550 South Winchester Blvd., Suite 200, Sun Jose, C l 9512S, 408 985-
1700. Xo special requirements.) ¦ HardBall II has the same easy-to-use menus for pitcher and batter as in HardBall, but some of the choices arc confusing. When trying to pick off a runner from the mound, the joystick directions are based on riie catcher’s perspective. I lence, if you try to pick off the guy on first by pushing left, you’ll throw to third. Thank goodness the runners are all dumb as dirt. For all the variety of options, die action seems rather still. Runners are slow and far too easy to pick off Throws all come in perfectly on target, regardless of distance. I he computer opponent doesn’t take proper advantage of human errors. The closeup shots are surprisingly rudimentary the Atlanta Braves of Amiga "KARA FONTS" TAKE A QUANTUM LEAP... FONTS THAT MOVE! NEW For DPAINT III, DVIDEO 111 & other programs that use the Anim Brush format. 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Opdilw rnjtt!» ftandlsd by md uxwdlrtdty vAtSIM rreiufactuw, het mpomlbh tor Nrocrspr-iat s-rors. From p. 16 just below the Edit screen, you can use the mouse to draw continuous controllers, pitch bend, aftertouch, program changes, velocity, and so on. You can view the different controller graphs by clicking their corresponding buttons, and scroll through them right along with the track. Alternately, a conductor track can occupy the space below the edit screen. Here, you can draw in tempo changes and place time-signature changes at any point (as long as the various time signatures have the same denominator). Write Now Once you finish recording and editing your sequence, QuickScore can transcribe it so you can see it in standard musical notation. You can even print it. If your sequence is properly quantized, QuickScore transcribes accurately, and the output to a dot-matrix printer looks pretty good. T here are a lot of limitations however: no time changes, no key changes, no quarter-note triplets, and no graphic editing. The Display menu offers Tiger Cub lias many nice features, including the ability to perform complex editing operations quickly. Unfortunately, it also has quirks. For example, the Copy and Fill functions work slowly and occasionally crash the program. The manual is above average, but does not explain some functions. I have also found that Dr. T s support line is constantly busy. Kenneth Griffin Bartlett, 1L a number of options that help you customize your display (setting stems, beams, bars per line, etc.), but the default settings are the most logical. Tiger Cub is an excellent and versatile entry-level music program. It's easy to use, yet its simplicity belies its power the 12 tracks, together with the elegant graphic editor, provide ample resources for making music. QuickScore is a good counterpart to Cub, and if your notations! Needs are very simple, it will do the job. Tiger Cub Dr, T’s Music Software 220 Boylston St. Chestnut Hill, MA 02167 617 244-6954 S99 One megabyte required. IntroCAD Plus Beginning. . .again By Ron Bissett INTROCAD PLUS CONTAINS all the same features as the original IntroCAD (reviewed May '88, p. 18). The main screen is similar, and the same three plotter drivers and wide variety of printer drivers are available. IntroCAD Plus also fits Amiga World's summing up of the first version as “semi-pro CAD for rookies,” because, although this upgrade is greatly enhanced, it is not a professional CAD tool. What s New? The first improvement I noticed is the option for switching out of interlaced mode via a pull-down menu. The noninterlaced mode suffices for most drawing applications, and it is a must for long drawing sessions unless you have a flickerFixer (MicroWay) or a high-per- sistence monitor. Exploring the pull-down menus further, I found more changes and additions. There are now four options for saving drawings from the Project menu, and plotter and printer selection is handled outside the Plot and Print submenus. Through the Option menu, you can select English or metric rulers, turn the rulers on and off, and set the grid to English, metric, or binary. The EditPref selection presents three choices What You See Is What You Get, ByRegion, and Either for quickly redrawing the screen. These modes avoid redrawing the entire screen because each selects, in a different way, just certain areas to redraw. The Option menu also offers three bitplane choices for aiding in memory management. The Draw menu has a few additions, including Text, XYLine, and Hatch. The Text and Hatch options also now have their own menus. Although you can create 1680 separate hatches using combinations of 16 patterns, 8 preset spacing options, and various line types, I would like to see a definable spacing feature for more flexibility. Granted, you can also create custom hatch patterns using the IntroCAD Plus script language, which easily handles a wide range of hatch spacing, but an ability to define spacing through the pull-down menus would certainly be convenient. In a departure from the original version, which offered but a single font, IntroCAD Plus provides 16 fonts in a menu. You can draw fonts in several predefined sizes, custom fit them, or design your own fonts using the program's MkSFont utility which also lets you assign single objects or groups of objects to any console key. The Edit menu has several new functions that let you mirror or slant objects horizontally or vertically, transform them, arrange their positions in the drawing list, and, finally, assign them to different lavers. On the Level Another major feature is the 16 layers now available through the Layer menu. While this is not an overwhelming number, they give the program much-needed flexibility. Switching layers is a very simple matter. A handful of commands allows you to edit objects on specific layers or to hide layers. Choose Select in the Layers ? ASDG's ScanLab 100 and The Art Department • Active Circuits' ImageLink and CineLink • Applied Engineering s AE 3.5 Disk Drive, DafaLink Express, DataLink 2000, RamWorks 2000 and RamWorks 500 • Avatar Consulting's Heart of the Dragon • Black Belt Systems'Softpanel LED Display, Rwi-1 Analog Card, HAM-E Color Adapter and Board Master • Brederbund's Where in Time is Carmen Sandiego?, Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego?, Where in the USA is Carmen Sandiego? And Where in Europe is Carmen Sandiego? • Brown-Wagh Publishing's Bgraphics, Easy Ledgers and Service Industry Accounting Comrrto'dore Business Machines' AmigaVision • Consultron's CrossDOS V4.0 * Diemer Development's C-ZAR • Dr. T's Music Software's Tiger Cub, Keyboard Controlled Sequencer and Level II * Elan Design's Elan Performer 2.0 • Felsina Software's A-Talk III, Rel. 1.3 • Gfx Base's X Windows System • GlassCanvas Productions' Art Libraries, Enhanced Xerox 4020 Printer Driver and Enhanced Sharp JX- 730 Printer Driver • Gramma Software's CaiCalendar Maker, Fred Speed Dialer and'NAG Plus * Hypercube Engineering's Vista and Fractal Flight THE LIST GROWING t Inovatronic's CanDo * InnoVision Technology's Broadcast Titler 2 compatible
• interactive Video Systems' IVS Trumpcard Disk Utilities and Ttumpcard Disk Manager Mac Utilities JMH Software of Minnesota's The Talking Coloring Book and The Talking Animator KFS Software's The Accountant • Microsearch's City Desk 2.01 • Micro-Systems Software's excellence v2.0 * Natural Graphics' Scene Generator Wareh for the Release 2 compatibility sticker on your favorite software. Tcommodore AMIGA
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2. 0. This is a real inconvenience.
T. S. Hunter Arie, TX exchange IntroCAl) s database information with other Arexx-compatible programs. Whereas script commands execute pull-down menu commands, Arexx files can accept interactive input from IntroCAD’s Console window and perform error checking, default substitution, and interpretation of those arguments. For example, the Box.irx Arexx lilc that comes with IntroCAD Plus accepts up to four box parameters and allows for syntax interpretation of fractions (reading "1 +3 8” as 1.375) in specifying arguments. When you start an Arexx program from the Console window, a Pause Abort requester shows up on screen to let you easily halt Arexx-compatible programs that support this feature. More Support, Please! When 1 tried to exchange drawings with other software, 1 found that IntroCAD Plus saves only in IFF, IntroCAD, and Aegis Draw (Aegis Oxxi) formats, and accepts only IntroCAD-format files. I hope that the next upgrade allows file exchange with more Amiga CAD programs and, just as important, with CAD software in other computer formats. The present limited access severely limits IntroCAD and well-nigh precludes using it in professional applications. Another feature needing improvement WHY BUY AMI-11 YOU ASK? SUPER CARD AMI-II 100% Back-up! M A Transparency Option I $ (Invisible when not in use)! Available for all AMIGAS! Quick & easy to install! Works on NTSC & PAL systems! KICKSTART BOARD When using KICKSTART 1.4 (WB 2.0), approximately 37% ol the existing software will not work. Some programs still require KICKSTART 1.2 to work. This board takes care of the problem. Simply remove your existing KICKSTART ROM and plug our board into the KICKSTART ROM’s socket. You can install up to three KICKSTART ROMs on our board, so you can have 1.2,1.3, & 1.4 all at the flick of a switch! Works with ALL ¦ ¦ Amiga computers and ac- & Q C cesories such as processor *r m ** ** accelerators. Please specify which AMIGA you have when ordering A2000 2S00 3000 using two Internal drives, A500 1000 2000 2500 3000 using one internal & one or more external drives. UTILITIES UNLIMITED has them all covered. No other hardware copier can do that! Copies all 3.5" software made! This includes; MAC, ATARI, ST, IBM, MIDI KEYBOARDS, & AMIGA! Copies all 5.25" software made! (Requires two 1020 AMIGA Drives) This includes: APPLE, ATARI, COMMODORE 64 128. IBM, etc.! Full verify option I No more re-copying! Copies all of these protection schemes: WEAK BITS, STRONG BiTS, LONG TRACKS, SHORT TRACKS, DATA-COMPRESSION EXPAN- SION, CRITICAL TRACK LENGTHS, etc! Nothing Slips by! Hardware goes where software copiers can’t go. Why spend money on software when just one super card AMI II can Iasi you a lifetime. • ' 1p8 Version 1.0 software now ready for AMI II. Open a file io the latest software and copy it in 60 seconds MM! Only $ 9.95 BOOT DRIVE BOARD Ever wanted to boot from your Dft drive before? What are you going to do if your DFO drive dies? Tired of thal annoying "click’’ caused by unused drives? Eventually, that clicking will wear out your drive! The BOOT DRIVE BOARD installs INSIDE your Amiga computer (alf models supported), and allows the disabling of your DF1 drive. It also allows you to "swap" the use of your DFO and DF1 drives without removing . Them! You can bool your m ¦ QP system on your DF1 drive. Ip wt 513 Add MOO shipping and handling - Add S3 JO C.O.D. in USA only. VISA and MasterCard accepted • Allow 3 to 4 week* for delivery. All tales are final unless authorized by management SOFTWARE AND HARDWARF. SUBMISSIONS WANTED UTILITIES UNLIMITED OF OREGON, INC
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* ArnigaWorld ¦ ! Name 5 Address ¦ : City State I J Amiga World. P.O. Box 58804, Boulder, CO 80322-8804 27-page pictorial installation guide, a disk of software for testing the board, and a small plastic “boot” that supports one end of the installed board. I concur with the manual's recommendation that you invest in a heavy-duty power supply, especially as Commodore recommends that you add not more than two megs of RAM to a stock A500. (Thanks to its high demand for electricity, the EXP- 80004- can potentially bake a stock power supply faster than Betty Crocker with a microwave especially when fully populated.) I called Progressive for a recommendation on a power supply; they suggested Micro R Sc D’s Microline supply (S77.50), which worked without a hitch in my tests. Although opening up your A500 voids Commodore’s warranty on the com- puter, you need not be otherwise intimidated bv the prospect of installing the board. Doing so requires no more than a T-10 Torx driver and a small, flat-blade screwdriver; the easy-to-follow manual guides you nicely through the process. The key precaution to observe is to ground yourself while handling computer chips and other electronics, especially in the winter, when static electricity is at its peak. You begin by removing the case screws and disconnecting the keyboard, a small cable harness, and a grounding strap from the disk drive. Next, remove the screws securing the RE shielding, and, ZYOHR TLRM My roommate and I had the same experience on two different computers with two different boards. My two-meg EXP-80004- worked fine with AmigaDOS 1.2, but did not like 1.3. Using it with Sculpt-Animate 4D caused crashes when rendering, and all the other graphics programs I used with it crashed within four minutes. I tried upgrading the power supply, but that did not solve the problem. A Progressive representative told me that the company was having the same trouble and that I should wait for AmigaDOS
2. 0 to come out. After much wrangling with the dealer, Progressive offered to take the board back for credit. Kevin Anderson 1ms Angeles, CA Medium-res animations that load properly into DeluxePaint on a one-meg machine do not finish loading on my EX P-8000 +-equipped A500. Dennis Chenier Portland, OR using the standard screwdriver, pry the four metal tabs into an upright position so that the shielding slips out. Carefully pry the 68000 chip from your motherboard and press the dislodged chip into its adaptor on the EXP- 8000 4-, trying not to bend any pins. Paste the “boot” on the bottom of the EXP-80004- for support, and connect a jumper for the 68881 co-processor option to pin 31 of the computer’s Gary chip. Now place the EXP-80004- board into the slot where the 68000 once resided. Be warned this requires a considerable amount of pressure, muttered oaths, and perspiration. Then plug in the monitor and power supply, power up, and test the system using the supplied software. If everything works, turn the system off and reassemble your machine. Use Only as Directed Because my machine was already equipped with Commodore’s A501 memory expander, the addition of the eight- meg EXP-80004- gave me nine full megabytes of RAM! The system worked adequately with a host of software, including word processors, games, and so on. It crashed mightily, however, when I used the brush options in graphics packages such as DeluxePaint 111 (Electronic Arts) and Digi-Paint 3 (NewTek). Curious, I installed the board in another A500. 1 experienced the same problems. Lou Wallace, Amiga World's Senior Editor, Technology, tested the unit on his A500 and encountered no such trouble. He found another pitfall, however: The board did not work with Progressive’s hard-drive system, The Vault, which is installed on his machine. When he called the company to report this, a representative told him that traces on some boards have been known to interfere with auto- config devices on the expansion bus. Progressive suggested he exchange the EXP-8000 4- through his dealer or through the company. To rule out such variables as human error, misinterpreted instructions, too much or too little coffee, and so on, Lou and I took turns installing the board on yet another A500. On this machine, we both found that it would not work with brush options. Finally, I installed another EXP-8000 + this one populated with two megs of RAM in the original machine. 1 encountered the same problem. At a loss as to why it worked with only one out of four Amigas, I went to the source, posing as someone who had just purchased the board. A Progressive representative assured me that the EXP- 80004- is compatible with 75-90% of A500 motherboards, and that if a customer finds the board incompatible or unreliable, the company will modify or replace it so that it will work. 1 wish I could say that all went well, but must conclude instead that the EXP- 80004- represents a sizable investment in a peripheral that may or may not work with your computer. My solution is simple: For the price of an A500 and an eight-meg board, buy an Amiga 2000. ? I went through two different four-meg EXP-8000 4- boards. The first kept causing the system to crash. Progressive replaced it with a board that caused crashes only occasionally until I added a Super Agnus chip. Then the screen went wild and the computer buzzed. I sent that board back, and when Progressive returned it, 1 discovered that the pins were bent. Even after Progressive straightened out pins, though, it caused the system to crash or freeze when running Broadcast Titler and TV*Text, especially in Medium- and Hi-res modes. Progressive claimed that the Super Agnus chip was the culprit. A new power supply made no difference, and Progressive finally gave me a refund. I used the refund to buy Spirit’s external X-RAM unit, which works perfectly. Harold Beauchamp Bay City, MI SHARP ANNOUNCES ANOTHER BREAKTHROUGH IN COLOR SCANNING. THE JX-100. COLOR AND GRAY-SCALE SCANNING FOR $ 995. The Sharp JX-100 personal scanner can be summed up in one word: versatility. This revolutionary scanner features three modes of operation color, true grayscale and monochrome at up to 200 dpi. Whether you're producing B&W newsletters, color overheads, slides, or picture databases, the J X-100 tits the bill without breaking the budget. The JX-lOO’s unique viewfinder system allows perfect alignment of originals. 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It is a collection of over 100 ready-to-use templates. Sterling offers the set in four Amiga spreadsheet formats: Analyze! (Micro-Systems Software), MaxiPlan (Intuitive Technologies), Superplan (Precision Software), and VIP Professional (ISO Marketing), each sold separately. The Spreadsheet Five The templates are divided into five sections: Small Business, Real Estate, Personal Finance, Household, and Miscellaneous. I am impressed with the depth and breadth of the array. Each category provides the selections you'd expect, such as payroll, inventory, and income and expense ledgers in the Small Business section; and amortization worksheets, rental-property analysis forms, and a closing-cost projection worksheet under Real Estate. Where Templicity really shines, however, is in its offering of relatively obscure but incredibly useful templates that cover analysis of IRA and non-IRA savings, depreciation, area and volume calculation of geometric forms, currency conversion, comparison of whole and term life insurance, cholesterol- and fat-intake analysis, and so on. The templates provide more than just a superficial treatment of the focus area and several include professional-level detail and considerations. In lact, none ol the several books 1 own that cover template creation and use even approach the variety, depth, and detail of’Tcmpli- city’s offerings. A Crowd Pleaser Both beginners and veterans can use Templicity in a number of ways. The program provides plug-and-play solutions for novices: Just load a template into your spreadsheet and enter data to get results. Templicity’s manual provides terse but adequate descriptions ol each template and the information you need to effectively apply the data. In addition, each template s rows and columns are deat h’ labeled, and Templicity provides a generous amount of 011-screen commentary and direction. Those wishing to study template creation will find this commentary helpful; in fact, the program is an ideal learning aid. As it provides numerous approaches for selling up templates and solving typical problems. Finally, advanced users will appreciate the depth and sophistication of the templates and will find them easy to modify and customize for more specialized purposes. Templicity is an excellent value, and 1 highly recommend it. Short of including illustrations along with the template descriptions. Especially for the more complex examples, I cannot imagine how the developer could improve the package. |usi as desktop publishers should not be without a generous collection of dip art, spreadsheet users should not be without this fine assortment of templates. 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1104. ) RS 575. Pro Video Post, the next step up from Pro Video Gold, comes with digital video effects zoom, tumble, rotate, tilt, blow-up, and mosaic that you can render and play back in real time. Picture- manipulation effects include resize, slant, rotate, tilt, position, repeat, and remap. Pro Video Post offers keyboard genlock control for Digital Creation's SuperGen and Magni 4000-series genlock. The program requires the Super Agnus chip and 880K of RAM. Upgrades to Pro Video Plus and Gold are available. (Shereff Systems. 15075 S,W. Koll Pkwy., Suite G, Beaverton, OR, 97006, 503 626-2022.) RS 517. A1000 owners, get a hand from ARM-1000. A pass-through device, ARM-1000 can be fitted with both 1.3 and 2.0 KickStart ROMs to let you boot either operating system, and can give you an extra 256K of system RAM with some modification. (Comspec, 74 Win- gold Ave., Toronto, Ont.. Canada M6B 1P5, 416 785-3553.) RS 522. Take a trip into the third dimension with A Beginner's Journey In Turbo Silver ($ 18.95), a companion manual and tutorial for Impulse’s popular, 3-D ray-tracing and animation program. Packed with techniques, tips, and exercises, this edition covers lighting techniques, visual-image files, computer modeling, ray-trace theory, and imaging via RAM. (Victor Osaka, 1341 Ocean Ave., 349, Santa Monica. CA 90401.) RS 527. Your Amiga can network with the best ol them with a little help from ENLAN ($ 295), a Phase-IV, end-node implementation of Digital Network Architecture (DECnet). ENLAN lets you exchange data with DEC VAXA MS computers or other Amigas running under DECnet protocol. The package features transfer utilities, directory listings, and remote access and copying of files. (Interworks: 195 E. Main St., Suite 230, Milford, MA 01757, 508 476-3893.) RS 528. Artists and designers, the Sketch- Master Graphics Tablet lets you draw in freehand without actually touching the pad. SketchMaster's stylus lets you trace through materials 11 2-inches thick. The unit is powered by the RS232C serial port and does not require a power supply. Two sizes are currently available: an
11. 7-inch square ($ 449) and a 12 x 18- inch ($ 699). (Dakota: 55 Heritage Ave., Portsmouth, NH 03801 603 427-0100.) RS 529. ¦
t. 5-7,1990 Friday, Saturday & Sunday 10am-5pm emont O’Hare Expo Center Rosemont, Illinois Show Registration: $ 10 per day 3 days $ 25 Registration includes exhibits and seminars For more information call = 416) 595-5906, fax (416) 595-5093 ovember 30 to December 2,1990 Toronto, Ontario, Canada NEXT EVENT: routed W843:Business - This disk contains AnalytiCalc - probably the most powerful spreadsheet program on the Amiga. This version runs on many of the worlds most powerful computers (VAX, IBM mainframes ...} includes a lull featured spreadsheet, graphics programs, documents, and facilities for performing many commonly needed functions. Database data extraction and word processing integration are built in. A scheduling program is also furnished for calendar, meeting scheduling, and similar functions. New Disks FD36:Games - Including Euchre- a wonderful card game. HeadGame - a son of headless (ha) shooi'em up. Simpson a snoot'em up loosely based on ihe tv show StreetsSAIfeys - a good solitary card game, taxman - an mafh educational came. WB42:3D Vector objects On mis. D sk are tour”3d Oo.ecis that you can add to your own tay traced images. Including - Poi ceship. Speeder. Future rank, and the stealth fighter AH objects are m sculpi and video format WB44: Educational - The 50 Stales' by Ken Winfield is a good full featured U.S Geographical educational tool WB45: Graphic filters ¦ On this disk is AmmBridge a program that converts between the various "Amms" formats. Gdmach converts git lo iff, IFF2 • convert IFF 2 geo or script larmat, Titl2ltf - convert lilt format to IFF, and more WB46:Clip Art - HignRes clip art with the following motils - embellishments (borders, dodads people, and transportation WB47:Clip Art - HighRes clip art with the following motifs • animals, drafting, hair food, summer fun. And rmsc WB48: Clip Art * HighRes clip art with the following motifs Holidays, music, medcai. And msc WB49:Animation Sampler This three disk sampler set (counts as two disks) has some of the best animations tnat have been created over the last three years Several examples of 'Movie' type animations some wilh spectacular rnytraced reality (coolroby watch, spigot and egg) Also several european style or "Demo" animation with incrediole graphics and outstanding electronic music (akniight, copersine, doc. Dps2Q1G, impact, and logodemo) These truly show off the creative edge ol an Amiga1 WB50: Animation - Seven of the best eurooean style animations or "Demos', including - scientific 451, subway (a U.S. entrant, also aur favorite), sunride. Thrstdemo. Tmght. Waves, and woow WB51: Animation On this disk are two excellent movie style animations including ShpRotabon - a futuristic space ship orbitmg a surrealistic world = one of the best), and RV-3 ¦ a dpamtlll anim of a rather wacked out airplane WB52:Te!ecommumnleation Jrcomm (v i Ol) The latest on this hot program. This is easily one ol the best "comm' programs tor then Amiga Talk to your friends, download your favorite programs This one supports ALL of the standard protcols (xmodem.zmodem,-..}. DD67:Programing tools & Prolog - Contains, vi-proiog and several tools to aid programed including the xspec library, "arum" source code, the parador lib. A program to convert iff to c structures, restructure ¦ steal other windows structures, and more DD68:Ultra Card - several important tools and examples lor those ot you programing in and using ultra card Other Great Disks * FDS: Tactical Games BatrleForcep 0) set MechForce on FD20 Bu'iRun - a Civil war battle game Meiro you play the role ol a city planner Build wisely and your system will be a success, out poor planning will lead to disaster and financial ruin Very good Amiga version of Kingdom. Golden Empire, Etc. Ve’y very habit forming FD6: GAMES! - This disk is chocked full o! Games including Checkers, Clue. Gold A new slide the pieces puzzle. Jeopard An enhanced version ot Risk, RushHour Surprisingly addicting, and Space War Best described as a cross between Combat Tanks and asteroids F07; PACMAN This disk contains several pacman type games including PacMan87, MazMan and Zonix FD9: Morla - This has great graphic controls, multiple spells, similar to Cam and Hack. Takes up tne whole disk Play time several weeks1 Please send me theloTIdwing: Enter disk id (Ex. DD17, FD5, WB3 FD10: HackUte - A dungeon adventure game Considered a must have classic This is the second release ot this came on the Amiga. Originally a UNIX game Great Amiga graphic interface. Fills the whole disk Play time several weeks1 FD12A.FD12B: Slar Trek, The Game This rs by far the best Star Trek game ever written tor any computer. It ‘eatures mouse control, good graphics, digitized sound effects and great gamepiay Counts as 2 disks Rem iMb and two drives (or Fid). FD13: Board Games - contains multiplayer Monopoly. Dominoes. Paranoids, and others. FD14: Dungeon Master Hints and Arcade Games - DM maps spells, item location and hints and more, a’so on this disk, Hbaii - an arkno d b’eak out type game, Trot a One type done FD16: Strategy Games ¦ Includes Diplomacy and Er.pros. both great conquer and rule multiplayer games similar in concept to Simcdy and Populas Also includes blackbo*. Heads, and others FD17: Educational Games This disk includes several games tor the younger memebers including geography, math, science, and word games, also includes Wheel of Fortune FD20: Tactical Games MechForce(3 65) A game that simulates combat between two or more giant, robot-like machines Simple words can't begin to owe you the feel of piloting a 30 - 40 foot tall 1ue breathing, earth shaking colossus that obeys your every whim This game is the full featured update to Batt eForce(3.0) on FD5 FD22: Arcade Games This disk has MocnBase The best lunar lander game we have seen in a long time, very challenging arc addicting. Also Eo.ngGame - a maze type, donkey kong type game FD24:Slrategy Games and Others ¦ Includes Drcey, a yalhzee type clone. MM a master mmd type clone, Flipper an othello type clone. China an great implementation of Shangi, CircutWars a challenging game based on electronics, and Etrain a computer based model train set construction set fcr the enthusiast FD25:Tactical Games Empire (133w)Empire is a rich simulation ot international politics, economics anc war which is played over a penod c! A few ot months by 2 or more people Players can run the r countries bom tne normal Amiga keyboard, or via a modem at 300 to 2400 oaud DevWare,11835 Carmel Mtn Rd., 1304-A7 San Diego, CA 92128 Orders Only! 800 879-0759 Support & Questions 619 673-0759 FD26:Arcade Games Marb!e_s!ide. Truly this is a commercial qualdy game. Similar to a Lucas game named PipeDreams, excellent piayab itly and entertainment. Mutants . A small version ot the arcade game of the same name, also SuperBreakout a pong arknoids type game FD27: Arcade Games This disk is loaded with some great games Includes. Raceorama a great racing car game with ten different courses, MmiBlast a helicopter gunship type clone. Shark m the same class as frogger FD29: Shoot em up’s wWII your the pilot ot a world war li pane flying through enemy territory, you've |ust been spotted, good luck on you mission, SpKiller * try and penetrate enemy lines with this qame. And Retai ator - another great game FD31: Games' - Air Traffic Contro a goco ATC simulation game. Black Jack Lab - a fuFI featured set ot card games. ChessTel ¦ play chess with your friend m distant and remote places with this game and a modem, labyrnth a well done text adventure game (like an rnfocom game) and MouseTrap - a 3d maze game FD33: Arcade Games Ftreddy a mario brothers type of game. Gtebiis a target practice game. PipeLme a germany interpretation ot Pipe Dreams, tron a tight cycles version, and wetroids a wonderful version of asteroids with a hilarious twist. WB4:Telecommumnication This disk contains several excellent pd communication programs designed to get you on line quickly and easily. Access (1 42) A very nice A Sl term program based on Comm vl.34, but with the addition of transfer protocols. Ccmm (1 34) - Last version o! One ol the best public domain communications programs ever made on the Amiga. Handshake (2 *2a) Handshake is a Full featured VT52 1 COR 02 220 terminal emulator WB6: Fonts 2 ShowFont(4 0) This program allows you to view fonts Over 30 large AmigaDOS fonts (some up to 56pts) WB7: Clip Art This disk is loaded with black and white dip art Art includes, trees, watches, tools, US and Slate maps, and more. Wbl0:Virus Killers The latest and best VirusX(4 0). Kv(2 t),and ZeroVirus = 1.3). WB11: Business Clerk(4.0), finally a full featured business accounting PD program for the small to medium company Includes receivables, payables, end of month and much much more WB12: Disk Utilities - This great d sk is loaded with wonderful utilities for everything including making disk labels, dsk cataloging, disk optimizing, disk and He recovery archive and organizing, and an sods off He mimputation A real must have1 W8t3: Printer Drivers and Generator - over 70 different drivers, and it these don't do it. With PrtDrvGen you can make your own W815: Business - This disk contains a spreadsheet, a database, a proiect time management program and financial analysis (stocks) W016: Business - This disk contains an inventory manager, a can analysis program, a great caiendar-scneduiar. A roiidex prornam, and pennywise a good "Cash Book" accounting for home or office WB18: WordText Processors - This disk contains the best editors that we could find Includes. WordWnght(v6 2) a full featured word processor with mail merge and outlining capacity, Dme(vi 35) a great programed editor with strong macro !ea!ures.TexED(v2 fi) an enhanced Emacs type editor and a spell checker WB20; General Interest Disk Sal v Vi 42 a disk recovery program for all Amiga file System. FixDisk Vi 0 another fife recovery program with features DiskSalv doesn't have 3DLookt gives a 3D appearance tc your WorkBench. Clean VI.01 a program to de fragment memory Tracer - trace any pah of that image WB23: Graphics and Plotting Plot (20b) a tnree dimensional mathematical function plotter. Can plot any user defined function, BezSurt2 is a program for producing bezier surfaces of revolution. It produces awesome pictures of objects one could turn on a lathe Can also map iff image tiles onto any surface that it can draw Now compatible with most 3D packages and Vscreen makes a virtual screen anywhere For you DTP people this ts a absolute must have, it allows full pace editing without redraws1 WB25:Educational On this disk are two programs that can generate maps ot differing types. World Data Base uses the CIA's Payment Enclosed Please charge my Visa Master charge Account Signature Name Address City_ ST data base to generate detailed maps of any enter user global coordinate. Also Paradox a great demonstration of Albert Einstein General Theory of Relativity. $ 5.95 ea
- 9 Disks WB27; Nagei 26 Patrick Nagel pictures of beautiful women WB29: Graphics and Sound - This disk has several different Mandeibrol type programs lor generating stunning graphics Includes. MandelMountains - a realistic terrain generator Fracgen - generated recursive fractals Irom user input. Mandelbrot and Tmandef • two fast mandeibrol generators, also Mostra - the best IFF display program to date, will cisplay ALL IFF s including Dynamic HAM, and Sound - a great IFF sound player, will play anything. Try this disk, you II love it1 WB33:Circuit Board Design - several terrific routines tor tne electronic enthusiast. Including PCBtool - a crcuit board design tool, LogicLab - circuit logic tester, and Mead (1 26) a well done new release of this PD cad program, now comes with predrawn common circuit components tor insertion into schematics $ 4.95 ea 10 or more WB34: Utilities Several well done utilities, some wilt require moderate knowledge cl a CU or Shell tor setup. Chatter Box • this one will play any user def ned sound after any event (ie disk insert, mouse dick, disk removal ). I once saw a person,with a program tike this, have their program play MR Spoc's saying "Illogical illogical" when a non-dos disk was inserted, Artm - The Amiga rea; time monitor, gives you full contro! Of the Amiga OS. Very powerful program. Helper - help program to make learning the CLI easier, PopMenus - for those ot you with mouse accelerator programs, this one brings the puli down menus to the mouse, setfont - a working version that changes the system font to user specified font, and many more1 Public Domain rary We are the Offical Public Domain Library of Antic Amiga Plus, we have been the Offical PD library of Amiga World. Find out why these magazines choose us’ Eacn of our disks is oacked with nothing but the best programs. The first two letters on each disk indicate the orientation of the disk: DD intermediate to advanced * often contains source. WB general interest - most programs can be run from the workbench, and FD games and entertainment. Order our disk based catalog and receive a coupon for a FREE volume on your next purchase. We always use only SONY disks' WB36: Graphics On this disk are several programs to create stunning graphical images including Mpath creates swirling galaxy images. Hoses • produce an unlimited number ol variations ol images that a symmetrically similar to a rose, SimGen ¦ display those spectacular images as part ot your workbenck screen, and RayShaae a very good raytracmg program, create your own beautiful 3d graphics W838; Plotting and Graphics Plotxy is the most powerful full featured plotting package. Used by many colleges and universities A welcome addition to cur library! Highly recommended. Plans - a incredibly well done Computer Aided Drafting program, very full featured Tesselator - a program that helps generates fantastic looking, recursive M C Ecsher type pictures. WB B40 Music • "CD on a disk", 90 minutes ot modern music on this well presented collection DD47: Pascal This disk contains everything needed to program in pascal. Includes A68k 11 2168000 assembler. Blink linking software and PCQ (1.0) a modest Pascal sub set compiler. DD49: C Compiler contains zc(t.01) fully K&R, zcc(1 0) from end, A68k(i .2) assembler, Blink linker, DD50: Arexx 2 ¦ a must have set of tutorials on Arexx and several useful examples and utilities for Arexx development. DDS1: Circuit Analysis Aspice (2.3) A full featured program for electric circuit analysis DD52: Scientific This disk contains several great programs and C source routines tor the scientist and science student. Includes Elements an incredibly well done periodic table program with source. Scientitrc plotting • over 600k o! Lattice C source FFT - ftj C source DDS4: Compression - This disk is loaded with ALL ot the best file compression programs and aids for the Amiga. Many ol tne programs can be used by the new user, includes Arc(2 3), Lharc(i 0), Lhwarpp ,03), Pkaxfi 0), Power3acker(2 3a) a must have by all. Zip(t.O), Warp(2 04), and Zoo(2.G). Also IFFcrunch an excelent compress on for IFF files DD55: ARP ¦ On this di$ k you will find the complete ArpRe!3 0 release including the lull user docs, the lull Developers guide, and Conman (1 4f ARP is tne official AmigaDOS Resource Project (ARP) release 1 3 ARP makes many improvements to AmigaDOS and makes your system easier to use from the CLI. DD57: Advanced Utilities Msh like Cross dos, copies files to and from MS-DOS, Pal NTSC - convert any pal program to NTSC and visa versa. IconJ ¦ a new improved IconX done. KillAgnus • disables 512k of chip ram., Also several utilities that improve your stadup sequence. Plus 25 more programs. SONY Blank Disks: $ 11.90 $ 23.25 $ 41.50
(1. 19 cents ea) (.93 cents ea) '.83 cents ea) 100 for $ 77.00 (.77 cents ea) No shipping charge for on USA blank disks orders, Canada and Mexico add S.05 each. Sorry no foreign Anii-Virus Now Only $ 19.95 , INFO Sep 89 ???? , Amiga Resource Oct89 Anti-Virus(c) is no! Public Domain Following day shipping in most cases Mo snipping charges win in USA Canada add 5 2S each Foreign add j so per disk 'or air ma t delivery Payment in US Ijnds A minimum a' $ 20 00 requiiifd on credo card orders Total disks x $ each S. Exp_ Disked based catalog (add $ 2.50) S. Anti-Virus (add S19.95) S. CA residents add 7.25% sales tax S. Sony Blank Disks $ _ Foreign Shipping $ _ Total Due S Zip. The PD Prospector Follow Nevada Tim ’s electronic excavations on the Amiga networks for the latest gems in public-domain software. Compiled by Tim Walsh Following are the recent programs of greatest popularity according representing the major telecommunication networks. File numbers to the number of downloads as well as correspondence with sysops and library locations are included for quick reference. People Link FMSDISK2.LZH (AmigaZone file 23448) Simulates floppy disk on an Amiga equipped with a hard disk without the need for making a new partition. ROADROUTE15.LZH (AmigaZone file 23636) Jim Butterfield’s trip planner, known as RoadRoute, version 1.5. The file comes complete with roads, mileage and driving times. TEXTPLUS.LZH (.AmigaZone file 23637) Version 2.0 of Text Plus, an Amiga word processor. Locate a copy of Fred Fish Disk 359 if you’d like a German version. 24-BITCONF.LZH (AmigaZone file 23880) Edited transcript of a 24-bit graphics conference held on People Link 7 11 90. Harv Laser, Senior Chairman of American People Link’s AmigaZone states that the file on 24-bit graphics technolog)- (24-BIT- CONF.LZH) is a favorite download, because the information it contains “comes from the people who are developing 24- bit Amiga graphics.” CompuServe LZ081.LZH (Library 4, Amiga'Tech) Probably the fastest of all versions of LHARC, a file-compression and archiving utility. FASTBL.LZH (Library 13, Amiga l ech) Enables the Amiga’s blitter to work faster. TRKS13.LZH (Library 14, AmigaTech) TrackSalve 13 both saves unreadable tracks and salvages tracks that DISKSALV cannot read. SETCPU.LZH (Library 14, AmigaTech) Version 1.6 of Dave Haynie’s SetCPU utility performs useful functions on accelerated Amigas. Allows KickStart to take advantage of fast 32-bit memory in 68020 030 accelerator boards. According to Amiga Forum assistant sysop Betty Clay, two popular recent uploads in addition to those listed above are CDTV. LZH and VIEW30.TXT. The first contains press releases of Commodore’s still-unreleased CDTV. The second file is a report by an Amiga 3000 owner, telling his tale of woe on software compatibility. Genie FV201.LZH (File 8709) Version 2.01 of Jonathan Potter’s Full View text and IFF viewer program. Gadgets at the bottom of the screen make for added convenience, SPRINT20.LZH (File 8756) Sprint version 2.0 creates a Workbench-based control panel for selecting multiple print options, such as italics and underlining. A3000 COMMENTS.LZH (File 8767) A compressed text file stating views, questions and general comments on the Amiga
3000. V1RUSX401 .LZH (File 8778) Latest version (4.01) of Steve Tibbefs VirusX anti-virus utility. This new version prevents crashes on A2091-equipped systems. When it comes to recent uploads on Genie, my personal favorite is the FullView program (FV201.LZH, file 8709), which makes viewing documentation a breeze. It's packed with gadgets for loading, then scrolling through and printing documents. Provisions for viewing graphic screens, including HAM images, are also included. Prospector’s Perch: Navigating the Nets In the Interest of minimizing redundancy In the above list of files, I didn’t repeat any that are available on more than one of the networks. For instance, SetCPU is also available on People Unk as SETCPU.LZH, AmigaZone file 23547, and also on Genie as SETCPU 1.6.LZH, file 8631. Likewise, you'll find TrackSalve 13 listed on both Plink and Genie as TRACK- SALVE13.LZH, with the file numbers 23629 and 8560, respectively. Newcomers to the world of Amiga telecommunications might wonder why the “.LZH” extension appears on most of the above filenames. It simply Indicates a file compressed In Paolo Zibettl's LHARC format. Such files usually contain program, documentation, and ancillary files, and require that you have a copy of LHARC to uncompress them. Don't fret if you see a file listed here on, say, Genie, and you only possess a CompuServe account. Rather than needlessly pondering its availability on your network, use keywords for searching the recent upload directories. For example, If you're looking for a file or disk-arcing utility, try searching on the keyword ''ARC”. Most of the time you'll be able to find the right file in a matter of minutes. If you're Interested In establishing an account on any of these networks, here are the voice numbers to call to get under way: CompuServe: 800 848-8199 614 457-8650 In Ohio American People Link: 800 524-0100 Genie : 800 638-9636 The modem-less can send a SASE and $ 1 to Fred Fish to find out the availability of the above Amiga public domain programs on disk. Address correspondence to: Fred Fish 1346 W. 10lh Place Tempe, AZ 85281 Stay tuned for next month, for unlike traditional prospectors of yore, 1 won’t keep mum as to where the pannin’ is best! ¦ AmigaWorld is a publication of International Data Group, the world's largest publisher of computer- related information. International Data Group publishes over 130 computer publications in more than 40 countries. Nineteen million people read one or more of International Data Group's publications each month. 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