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The Amiga uses a custom disk format that lets it store more on a disk than any other mainstream computer. Low-density floppies, which store 720K or 800K respectively on a PC or Macintosh, hold 880K of data on the Amiga. I ligh-density floppies, limited to 1.44MB on the PC and Mac, store 1. 76MB when formatted on the Amiga. Because of these vaiying storage capacities, floppies created on one platform cannot automatically be read on another. Macintoshes, however, can read PC disks by using Apple File Exchange, and Pcs can read high-density Mac disks using commercial utilities such as Mac-in-DOS. Starting with Release 2.1, the Amiga operating system was bundled with a utility called CrossDOS that allows Amigas to read and write MS-DOS floppies. And with a little extra knowledge, you can use CrossDOS to do more than just read PC disks. Setup Setting up CrossDOS is easy. First, you need to drag the PCO: icon into the Devs DOS- Dri vers drawer on your boot disk. (If'your system has a hard drive, you’ll find it in the Storage DC )SDrivers drawer; if you’re running a floppy-based system, it’s in the DOSDrivers directoiv on the Storage disk.) CrossD( )S will now be active on DEO: whenever you boot your system. If you want to set CrossDOS up to work for a second drive, use the Workbench Icons Copy function to create a duplicate of die PCO: icon. Rename it to PCI: (or PC2: if you’re setting it up for DF2:), click on it once, and select Information from the Workbench Icons menu. Click the UNIT'=0 tool type and change it to UN FI’'= 1 for PC Ior UNIT*2 for PC2:; then click Save. To activate CrossDOS for the first time, von can double-click the PCO: icon or reboot your Amiga. Now vou’ll actually have two devices that refer to your internal floppy drive. When performing operations on Quick Tip The commercial version of CrossDOS, available from Consultron, gives the same capabilities to AmigaDOS 1. 3 and 2.04 users. Unlike the version bundled with 2.1 and 3.0, it also supports reading and writing to nonfloppy MS-DOS devices, such as SyQuest and Bernoulli cartridges. Included free of charge is CrossPC, a slow software- only PC emulator that's handy for running some simple MS-DOS programs. Amiga disks, you'll refer to the drive as DF0:, as usual. When accessing MS-DOS floppies, you’ll refer to the drive as PCO:. Thai’s all there is to it! A standard Amiga floppy drive will read and write to 720K low-density PC! Disks; high-density drives will also read and write 1.44MB floppies. Translations and Differences In the Commodities drawer in your Fools drawer, you’ll find a utility called Cross- DOS. This is used to toggle some of CrossDOS’s special features. You'll see a list of available CrossDOS devices on the left; click the device whose settings you want to O J change. There are two toggle gadgets: Text Filtering and Text Translation. The Amiga and PC! Use slightly different formats for storing ascii text. While the Amiga ends each paragraph with a line feed, the PC uses a carriage-re turn 1 ine-feed combination. With Text Filtering selected, CrossDOS will add carriage-ret urn characters in appropriate places when you save ascii files lo the floppy, and strip them when von load them into the Amiga. I ext Translation is more sophisticated, actually converting the differences between various character sets. The versions of Cross- DOS included with AmigaDOS 2.1 and 3.0 will translate text files that use International and Danish character sets; the version included with AmigaDOS

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And while 1 feel we are this close to a settlement of the Commodore liquidation, nothing has been decidied officially on the legal front (see “Overscan," p. 4, for a status report as of press time). So. Reduced to speculation, let me try a "best guess" stab at a likely outcome. If proven wrong by the time von get this issue, 1*1! Gladly wear a facial layer of poultry products at least we'll have some resolution. Since during the past week I received “absolutely confirmed" reports that no less than four different groups had “ollicially" won the Commodore bidding sweepstakes (Philips Amstrad, CEI, Samsung, and Commodore UK), it seems a propitious time for a little guessing and gambling. Having accidentally found myself at the racetrack a few hundred times over the last two decades, let's make the play in horse-racing terms: 50 Win on Commodore UK, 20 Place on CEI, and the rest of the field nowhere. As reported in “Overscan," David Pleasance s "unconditional" bid for the company may be enough to tip the scales in favor of the UK group. Since both he and Alex Amor at CEI intend to resume immediate production of existing Amiga lines (as opposed to other bidders, who do not), this could wind up a good choice all around. The negatives as far as US and Canadian Amiga users are concerned could be that since Pleasance*s first goal is revitalizing the UK market, North American interests would receive only second priority. While that is definitely a legitimate rear, there are two factors that could mitigate the fallout here should Commodore UK win the prize. First, there is no reason on earth why the UK group can’t enter into distribution agreements with North American companies such as CEI, Creative Computers’ or anvone else. In speaking with Pleasance, I found no objection on his part to exploring such possibilities. Second, the timing of the liquidation resolution could play favorably to North American interests. It is no secret that Pleasance would like to see the resumption of mass production and distribution of CD32 A1200 systems in time for the ’94 Holiday season, because those are the machines in demand in the more entertainment-oriented UK market. Such a rapid ramping-up of production on a mass scale will be difficult to pull off in the short run, however, and Pleasance has intimated that it mav be easier and more feasible to first push ahead with the A4000 instead. And since the primary demand for A 1000s is in North America, distribution in the States and Canada would receive high priority. Right on! Amiga World Dale Strang, Publisher Daniel Sullivan. Editor-in-Chief Barbara Gefvert, Senior Editor Tim Walsh, Senior Editor Reviews Ann Record, Assistant Editor Peter Olafson, Carnes Editor Denny Atkin, Paulo de Andradef Joel Hagen, Contributing Editors Howard G. 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Newsstand Circulation IDG INTERNATIONAL DATA OktHT While all of this scenario-making may be an exercise in speculation on my part, there is every indication that a successful bid on the part of the UK group would seivc the interests of the entire Amiga community. And if Iyc picked the wrong horse in this race, so be it there’s no reason why another successful contestant can't get us all to the winner’s circle, too, if they follow the right path to the wire. AmigaWorld (ISSN 0883-2390) is an independent journal not connected with Commodore Business Machines. Inc. Amiga If hr d is published monthly bv lech Media Publishing. Inc.. an IDG Company, SO Elm St.. Peterborough, SI I OH-158. US subscription rate is 529.97, one yea r: S3 7.97. chxi years: $ 83.97. three years: Canada. 5-11.97 (mr tides GST), a nil Mexico 538.97. Foreign Surface 5 19.97. Foreign .Airmail 58-1.97. I S' Ittrids dnnvn on L'S hank. Prepayment is required oti .ill foreign subscriptions. 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p. ml at Pctedjorough. Ml. And at additional mailing offices, ’hone: 603-92-1-9 00. On-line on BIX: Amiga .World (in Amiga.exchange); CompuServe: 76376,2 37; Porta ; Go Amiga- World. Entire contents copyright 199-1 by lech Media Pnli is iing. Inc. So part o I this publication mas be printed or otherwise reproduced without written permission horn the publisher. Postmaster: Send addtess changes to. AmigaM'tntd. Snhst option Sen ices. PO Box 393. Ml. Morns. II. 6 05-1-7991. .Nationally distributed bv Kab e N'eivs Go. Amignllbdd makes every ellort to ensure the accuracy of articles. Listings, and diagrams published in the magazine. Amiga- Worid assumes no lesjwmsibi ity lor damages due to errors or omissions. PRINTED IS 11 IE USA. Posted under Canadian International Publication agreement 0237478. 2 November 1994 EE ATI RMS Video Toaster Special ToasterMan’s Tips for Mastering the Video Toaster By Sheldon Leemon .. 10 Whether you're a novice or more seasoned user, this tasty assortment of If) lop Toaster lips is geared to increase your V ideo Toaster proficiency and pay dividends on your next video project. On tiie Fast Track By Sheldon Leemon, ...IA Serious d-D animators won't want to miss this hands-on demo of DeskSiaiion Technology's Raptor one seriously mean, not-very-lean machine for boosting Light- Wave rendering operations right through the roof. ARTICLES The Joy of Fax: Amiga Style By Dale Larson if) Everything you need to know to turn your Amiga into a liill-setvice lax setup that's better, cheaper, and more convenient than most dedicated lax machines. Head2Head: A-Max IV vs. Emplant By Denny Atkin ...2!) A blow-by-blow comparison of how the two leading Macintosh emulators for the Amiga stack up 011 features, performance, convenience, and price. COM VMS Denny on DOS By Denny Atkin ....A Tills month the Wizard of DOS reveals some smooth and simple lile-transfcr tips using the CrossDOS conversion utility. Prime-Time PD By Tim Walsh .....7 Freely distributable antivirus programs head the prescription list in this installment of Dr. dim’s monthly scan of Amiga PD shareware. Accent on Graphics By Joel Hagen 34 While | >el usually gives advice on creating computer artwork, this month he switches to tips on exhibiting it in ways that can help von break out of vour studio and into the gallen. N DEPART VI EATS First Impressions By Daniel Sullivan .2 Where will the new owners of Commodore likelv being taking us when the runway's
• • • O - finally cleared for takeoff? Overscan .....4 News and new products covering the entire Amiga community. A IF Product Information .60 Eo contact the vendors of products mentioned in this issue >l Amiga Urn Id. Consult our all-in-one "Manufacturers’ Distributors’ Addresses" list. The Last Word ..(>4 Input from the readers on the continuing Commodore saga and other topics. REVIEWS Three Amiga Monitors ..8 If you’ve been looking lor a high-resolu- tion monitor like the now almost-unavail- able Commodore 1912, check out three high-quality alternatives from leading Amiga distributors: CEPs A-1962, CD Solutions' CD-1401, and Creative Computers’AD-1970. Power XL Drive (i)KB) ....f) Versatile, economical high-densiiy floppy- dri ve upgrade for older Amiga systems. GameSmith Development System (BitHead Technologies) .44 Prolessional-quality game-developmcnt tools for C or assembly programmers. Video Escort 2.5 (Mr. Hardware) 48 Customized Sbase4 Professional forms package lor the business end of your video operation. GAMES By Peter Olafson King’s Quest VI (Sierra) ...54 Heir Today, Gone Tomorrow, die latest in the KQ aimated-adventure series, also mark’s Sierra’ return to the Amiga. CES Report ..34 New Amiga games debut at this past summer's CES show. Psygnosis Potpourri ...56 Eiglu new releases from the game giant, including Bram Stoker's Dracula, Last Action Hero, Cliflhanger, Innocent Until Caught, Puggsy, Wiz n’ Liz, (Module, and Brian the Lion. Plus previews of the upcoming Nova Storm, Benefactor, and Armour-Geddon. OVERSCAN News, New Products and Networks LONDON The ’94 autumn European Computer Trade Show was full of speculation concerning the Amiga's ability to continue in the marketplace. The fact that the UK management team lias placed a hid to buy the company was the talk of die Commodore cognoscenti in the press room. Commodore UK is keen on keeping the platform alive, despite the difficulties of such an undertaking. In addition, several UK software houses and distributors have pledged support for the Amiga everyone wants it to continue. The most pressing concern of Amiga developers is that Amiga production resume quickly. Most worried that no Amigas would he available for the vital run up to Christmas the busiest sales period of the year. Amiga in the Spotlight at ECTS Despite the recent turn of events, Amiga product development still looked healthy at ECTS. Renegade Software, developers of Sensible Soccer, showed Sensible World of Soccer, a sequel, as well as a great shoot-'em-up. Ruff V Tumble, which has already received positive reviews in British magazines. Also on display was Flight of the Amazon Queen, a graphics adventure set in the 1940s. 21st Century Entertainment is releasing versions of Pinball Illusions for CD32 and A500 1200. In response to the incredible success of Pinball Dreams and Pinball Fantasies. Another title, this one for Cdo2 only, Marvin’s Marvellous * Adventure is a 90-level platform game. New Commodore Hotline Number AW regrets that it can no longer continue the present 1-800 Commodore update line. We have received more than 100,000 calls since the hotline was introduced. The expense has run into the tens of thousands of dollars and our switchboard has been crippled for other use. We were disappointed that quite a few people called the Microvalue Fla ir Softwa re si u mcased its versatility bv offering various new titles f rom a wide range of categories. Some of the highlights included. Whizz, a platform game that features an isometric viewpoint (from above and the side), and Deadly Racer, a rally game in which you must drive a car over varying landscapes under different weather conditions. Team 17 showed off Super Stardust, a sort of “Asteroids meets the 1990s” with great graphics and attention-grabbing gameplav, as well as Alien Breed Tower Assault for A500 1200 and CD32. In the works for a later release are Kingpin Bowling, a ten-pin bowling simulator, and All-Terrain Racing, a 3- D motorsport game. Gaming hardware wasn't exactly in O short order, either. One high note: the new control pad for CD32 from Power- Play Europe. It is designed especially for adult-sized hands. Support for current product is still increasing, although there’s a noticeable shift toward PC and console product development as more users are expanding their systems. The CD32, in particular, is receiving a lot of attention in the developer community. Despite the recent fallout at Commodore, it’s clear that there’s still a great deal of support for the platform in the UK, and if this fall’s ECTS is any indication, a great deal of interest remains as well. Stuart Menges hotline several times a day, every day for weeks on end simply because the call was free. It wasn't meant for that purpose. We will, however, continue to provide update messages at 603 924-2195. This is a separate, direct-dial line. Our switchboard and the 1-800 number will not provide access to the new update line. DS Commodore Update As this issue of A W was going to press, no official announcement on the fate of Commodore international had been issued by the Bahamian Supreme Court. While all parties connected with the liquidation proceedings had hoped for a resolution by the Labor Day weekend, no final settlement was reached by that date. Frontrunners in the bidding process, CEI of Florida and the former management team at Commodore UK, were still involved in negotiations with the court-appointed liquidators. Both Alex Amor of CEI and David Pleasance of Commodore UK reaffirmed their commitment to resuming production, distribution, and further development of the Amiga line. Other bids, including those from Philips Amstrad and Samsung, were also still on the table. In a potentially pre-emptive move, Pleasance stated to AW that he had refined his group's bid to the liquidators as an "unconditional" one in order to increase the attractiveness of the bid and to move the negotiations to a speedier conclusion. It was believed that bids from the other groups did contain certain conditions that had to be met regarding the purchase of the company's assets and technology. DS CD-ROM Control You can add a Mitsumi LU005 or a double-speed FX001D CD-ROM drive to your Amiga 600 or 1200 with the CD 1200 controller (399.99. MicroPace). IS09600 and Rock Riclge filesystem software and a jukebox utility for audio Cds are included. The controller is compatible with GDI*ileSystem, AS1M CD-ROM FileSystem, and multisession Photo Cds. You'll need AmigaDOS 2.04 or later: in addition, to use the internal Mitsumi CD-ROM drive, you’ll need a half-height, 5 1 4-inch chassis. To locate the vendors of products mentioned, see the "Manufacturers' Distributors' Addresses" list on p. 60. Denny on DOS HINTS & TIPS FOR MASTERING THE OPERATING SYSTEM 6 Crossing the Tracks By Denny Atkin The Amiga uses a custom disk format that lets it store more on a disk than any other mainstream computer. Low-density floppies, which store 720K or 800K respectively on a PC or Macintosh, hold 880K of data on the Amiga. I ligh-density floppies, limited to 1.44MB on the PC and Mac, store
1. 76MB when formatted on the Amiga. Because of these vaiying storage capacities, floppies created on one platform cannot automatically be read on another. Macintoshes, however, can read PC disks by using Apple File Exchange, and Pcs can read high-density Mac disks using commercial utilities such as Mac-in-DOS. Starting with Release 2.1, the Amiga operating system was bundled with a utility called CrossDOS that allows Amigas to read and write MS-DOS floppies. And with a little extra knowledge, you can use CrossDOS to do more than just read PC disks. Setup Setting up CrossDOS is easy. First, you need to drag the PCO: icon into the Devs DOS- Dri vers drawer on your boot disk. (If'your system has a hard drive, you’ll find it in the Storage DC )SDrivers drawer; if you’re running a floppy-based system, it’s in the DOSDrivers directoiv on the Storage disk.) CrossD( )S will now be active on DEO: whenever you boot your system. If you want to set CrossDOS up to work for a second drive, use the Workbench Icons Copy function to create a duplicate of die PCO: icon. Rename it to PCI: (or PC2: if you’re setting it up for DF2:), click on it once, and select Information from the Workbench Icons menu. Click the UNIT'=0 tool type and change it to UN FI’'= 1 for PC Ior UNIT*2 for PC2:; then click Save. To activate CrossDOS for the first time, von can double-click the PCO: icon or reboot your Amiga. Now vou’ll actually have two devices that refer to your internal floppy drive. When performing operations on Quick Tip The commercial version of CrossDOS, available from Consultron, gives the same capabilities to AmigaDOS
1. 3 and 2.04 users. Unlike the version bundled with 2.1 and 3.0, it also supports reading and writing to nonfloppy MS-DOS devices, such as SyQuest and Bernoulli cartridges. Included free of charge is CrossPC, a slow software- only PC emulator that's handy for running some simple MS-DOS programs. Amiga disks, you'll refer to the drive as DF0:, as usual. When accessing MS-DOS floppies, you’ll refer to the drive as PCO:. Thai’s all there is to it! A standard Amiga floppy drive will read and write to 720K low-density PC! Disks; high-density drives will also read and write 1.44MB floppies. Translations and Differences In the Commodities drawer in your Fools drawer, you’ll find a utility called Cross- DOS. This is used to toggle some of CrossDOS’s special features. You'll see a list of available CrossDOS devices on the left; click the device whose settings you want to O J change. There are two toggle gadgets: Text Filtering and Text Translation. The Amiga and PC! Use slightly different formats for storing ascii text. While the Amiga ends each paragraph with a line feed, the PC uses a carriage-re turn 1 ine-feed combination. With Text Filtering selected, CrossDOS will add carriage-ret urn characters in appropriate places when you save ascii files lo the floppy, and strip them when von load them into the Amiga. I ext Translation is more sophisticated, actually converting the differences between various character sets. The versions of Cross- DOS included with AmigaDOS 2.1 and 3.0 will translate text files that use International and Danish character sets; the version included with AmigaDOS
3. 1 also translates Macintosh text files. Make sure you have the text options selected only when you’re i working with text files. If you have them turned on when transferring data files or executables, the Files will be ruined. Along with the text-File settings, there are some other tilings to keep in mind when working with Cross- DOS disks. First and foremost, the MS-DOS disk format limits filenames to eight characters, a period, and a three-character extension, so any of your Files with longer filenames will have their names truncated. Also, remember that the storage on PC disks is a bit less, so you can’t copy a full Amiga floppy to a CrossDOS disk and expect it all to lit. Not Just MS-DOS CrossDOS is also useful for transferring files to and from Macintosh and Atari ST computers. Macs include a program called Apple File Exchange that permits the transfer of files to and from MS-DOS disks; more recent Macs include Macintosh PC Exchange, which works much like CrossDOS, letting PC floppies appear on the Finder screen. You can use MS-DOS disks as an intermediate format for transferring files between the .Amiga and a Mac. Just remember that the filenames will be truncated to the 8.3 format. (You can work around this by using Insignia’s Access- PC on the Mac side and Rainer Koppler’s freeware APCNames utility on the Amiga.) You can also use Cross- DOS to read and write files from Atari ST disks, as they use essentially the same 72OK format as MS-DOS. There are some minor differences that can cause problems reading disks formatted on another computer when using early versions of the S i s operating system, so if possible you should format the file-trans- fer disks on the ST. ¦ Denny Atkin is author of the hook Denny Atkins Best Amiga Tips and Secrets. Send suggestions to him via e-mail at Den)i t miga @aol.eom, or write to him c o A m iga World.
• 1 mi fra World 5 CD-ROM Clips If variety is what you’re looking for, you can’t go wrong with the latest CD-ROMs from Syndesis and Better Concepts, Syndesis 3D-ROM, Vol. II (S99.95, Syndesis) offers more than 200 3-D models and includes demos of Caligari trueSpace, Visual Software's Visual Reality, Criterion’s RenderW are, and Yost Group’s I PAS plug-ins for 3D Studio. The 3D-ROM series features Syndesis' translation tool, Interchange, which exchanges data between 3-D file formats What a concept: All of your desktop- publishing and word-processing needs on a single CD-ROM. That’s just what Better Concepts claims with its Clip Art 8c Fonts disc. It contains more than 1500 IFF images, 2500 black-and-white EPS and more than 6000 PCX images, as well as 100 Adobe and PageStream fonts. What about something for the musically inclined, you ask? Better Concepts lias got that covered, too, with its Music MOD and Sound Effects CD- ROM ($ 29.95). It comprises more than 2800 music MODs and 6300 sound samples. The disc even includes several MOD and sound-sample players. Virtual Memory Are memory-intensive graphics applications eating up your RAM? Forget about expensive RAM chips, let GigaMem 3.12 (INOVAtronics) "refresh" your Amiga's memory. The virtuafmemory software it uses a free portion of your hard drive as RAM -works transparently with ail of your operations and adds a maximum of 1.5 gigabytes (500 megs more than previous versions!). With an improved task-caching algorithm, it claims to be even faster than before, too. GigaMem 3.12 requires an accelerator with MMU and Workbench 2.04 or later. You can upgrade for S15. Applied Magic of Vista, California, now handles distribution and development of the former Digital Micronics' product line, including Broadcaster 32, a nonlinear editing system. Contact Applied Magic at 1240 Activity Dr., Suite D, Vista, CA 92083; 619 599-2626 (phone). OVERS C A Update Scan Nova Design, original developers of Im- ageFX, is now the exclusive distributor of the image-processing program, which was formerly handled by Great Valley Products. In addition, Rusty Mills' Video Guide to ImageFX ($ 49.95) is no longer available from GVP, but can be ordered directly from Nova Design. Pixel 3D Professional 2 ($ 299.95, Axiom Software) now supports AGA, PostScript fonts, and Arexx. In addition, you can now load and save 17 different 3-D formats including LightWave, 3-D Studio, Wavefront, Imagine, and DFX AutoCAD. You can upgrade for $ 99.99. Start your engines. With HyperCache Professional 2.0 ($ 59.95, Silicon Prairie Software), it'll be hard to keep up with your Amiga now that the software promises to increase your disk speed by as much as 3000 percent! It offers work- station-style I O caching to any Amiga storage device. The new version sports Mix Like a Pro Professional quality mixing is now as easy as Pro-Mix (S399.99). Phantom Development offers a software controlled audio mixing board combining the capabilities of five stereo input channels with the versatility of an Arexx interface. Each input channel is provided with controls for volume, bass, treble, mute and stereo mono, while the Master output adds controls such as global stereo mono, stereo reversal and tone defeat. On-screen oscilloscopes are provided with integrated Visual Database GraphicRecall ($ 50, Focus GhR) puts an end to frustrating searches through piles of video tapes and long scans of your hard disk to find that perfect graphic or sound hie for your latest video project. It creates a “visual” database using minaturcs of your images. With GraphicRecall and a viewing utility = like View or YT), you can display a graphic from your library of images of various formats, including, IFF, Frame- an improved interface, which displays preferences and statistics. Owners of 1.0 can upgrade for $ 19.95. Besides many enchancements to its functions, Sample Wrench 2.2 ($ 299, dissidents), the 16-bit sound sample editor, promises to be faster than ever (and uses less memory, too). For example, the Digital Equalization function is reported to run about three times faster than previous versions, and Waveform drawing speed has been increased 5000 percent. Some new conveniences include default save load paths, auto play, edit smoothing, and Arexx compatibility. Sample Wrench now supports 8- and 16-bit mono or stereo WAVE format files as well as various audio file formats, including AIFF, 8SVX, and Sound Designer Type 1. It requires 1MB of RAM, and AmigaDOS 1.3 or later (AmigaDOS 2.0 or later is recommended). Registered owners can upgrade for $ 20. DSS8 + 3.0 (Great Valley Products) sound-sampling software now features di- rect-to-disk recording and playback capability. Other improvements include: support for DBLNTSC and DBLPAL resolutions and for 16-bit AIFF and WAVE formats, and improved Tracker functions. Stereo sampler hardware, and any single channel or group of channels can be sampled concurrently with compatible software. Additional software features include a multispeed, multichannel cross fader switcher, 8SVX sample playback, MOD file playback, and user-definable preset mixer configurations. Pro-Mix requires 512K RAM and Kick- Start 2.04 or later, and attaches to the parallel port. A1000s require a special adapter. Store, GIF. TIFF, TARGA, JPEG, PICT, and PCX. You can also store 8SVX IFF and most MOD sound files. With the program, you can copy and paste images, as well as print them or export them to various paint or image processing programs. Combined with Noahji’s Vlab digitizer, GraphicRecall can also catalog video dips, which play back as “mini-movies” when selected in the database. Prime-Time PD ON-LINE SOURCES FOR FREELY DISTRIBUTABLE SOFTWARE A couple of years ago, a neighbor deposited a recently purchased used A500 and boxes of disks on my kitchen table. I caught something about Gums and system crashes. Yeah, I thought, the drive was likely out of alignment, the power supply had seen better days you know, the J usual stuff that baffles the neophyte. Several exasperating hours later, no amount of realigning, swapping of drives, exchanging of power supplies, or diagnostic tests could reveal the problem. By chance, I happened to pop one of the A500’s Workbench disks into my trust)' A2000. A message appeared stating there was a virus on the disk and would I like it corrected. Another disk from the stack revealed the same message. Alas, there was never anything wrong with the A500 the disks were all infected with a virus. Virus Troubles .Although their notoriety has waned with time, computer viruses are still prevalent in Amiga’s little corner of cyberspace. The program idling in the background on my A2000 that revealed the troublesome VC's business screen. Vims on the disks was Vims Checker (VC) by John Veldthuis. This §20 shareware program was recently updated to version 6.43 VC, my favorite antivirus program since its creation several years ago, detects an exhaustive list of viruses, including ominous-sounding ones like Disaster Master and Future Disaster. VC’s new Learn mode writes a VCBrainFile file to the S: directory that records for future reference any nonstandard boot blocks it may stumble upon. VC scans RAM for viruses and either disables them or gives them the old heave-ho. Insert a floppy disk into any active drive, and its boot- block will be thoroughly checked. You can even configure VC to scan every file on the disk and display a window showing each file as it’s scanned. A hotkey combination reveals a rather extensive interface. It’s equipped with an Arexx port, so you can send Arexx commands to VC, and interface options allow you to check an individual file for a virus without having to scan the entire disk. You can also skip directories during the scanning process by pressing Control-1). VirusZ II An excellent companion to Vims Checker is VirusZ II, by Georg Hormann. Now residing at version 1.09, this S15 shareware package thoroughly checks disks for viruses. Placing a small window on the Workbench, this program consists of a series of user-selected menus for file, sector, vector, and boot- block checking. Selecting one of these in turn calls up control panels for analyzing and scanning files, directories, and boot- blocks. There’s nothing particularly complicated about using it, and it works fast and effectively to rid your disks of those pesky viruses. BootX Another round of ammo for your antivirus arsenal is Peter Stuer’s freeware program, BootX v5,23b. Like VirusZ II and Vims Checker, BootX has been recently updated to recognize a series of new, little-known viruses. BootX is an elaborate collection of Files that includes a BootX.Brain file and necessary libraries. Although BootX requires Nico Francois’ Req Fools.- library and the Exp lode.- library for compressed files, it’s still much of a plug-and- play program, as these libraries are thoughtfully included in the package. BootX can reside as an icon on the 2.0 or later Workbench, and it checks each disk as it’s inserted in a drive. BootX offers an interactive mode, with the program opening on its own custom window. Numerous menu options and screen buttons let BootX check the boot- block of a disk, scan memoiv for resident viruses, and pemse disks for link and file viruses. Its control panel is a tad confusing, so you should read all the accompanying AmigaGuide documentation carefully to prevent any of the supplied hoothlocks from inadvertently overwriting the existing hoothlocks on valuable disks. Like other programs of the genre, its “brain files” can save for posterity any unusual hoothlocks that it encounters. When BootX detects in the bootblock a virus or something it suspects to he one, it operates in much the same manner as Virus Checker, displaying a requester asking if you’d like to delete the virus. Click on the Yes gadget, and BootX will replace the disk’s suspicious bootblock with a new one selected from its Bootblock library. There you have it a brief overview of files available on the nets for ridding your system of those nasty viruses. What are you wait- ing for? Go get one. Network Voice Numbers BIX 800 695*4882 617 354-4137 CompuServe 614 457-0802 800 848-8199 Delphi 800 695-4005 Genie 800 638-9636 Portal 408 973-9111 800 433-6444 ¦ REV E Three Amiga Monitors To Go, Please Alternatives to the Commodore 1942 monitor. All 15-pin video-compatible Amigas. CD-1401, CD Solutions, S549.00 A-1962, CEI, $ 499.95 AD-1970, Creative Computers, $ 489.95 CD-1401 1024x708 15-50 Khz.
0. 28mm A-1962 800x000 15-10 Khz.
0. 28mm Maximum noninterlaced resolution Horizontal scan rate Dot pitch size If you. Like many other frustrated Amiga users, have been trying without success to get your hands on an almost impossible-to-find Commodore 1942 monitor, take heart. Three independent Amiga companies, Creative Equipment International, Cl) Solutions, and Creative Computers, are all distributing high-quality replacements. But which one should you chooser I he foremost consideration in the selection process involves more than just clarity and screen borders; it's that each of these monitors is designed for high-res- olntion, noninterlaced output and therefore cannot plug directly into the Amiga’s standard 29-pin monitor port. Owners of A3G00-series computers have a 15-pin video port, while AGA machines come with a 23-to-15-pin port adapter. Amiga 2000 owners, however, need a MickerFixer or other deinterlacer type of video card to use any of these monitors. Of equal concern, none of the three supports composite-video input, as do earlier Commodore monitors such as the venerable Commodore 1084, and most Video Toaster users need at least one composite monitor to use as a combination control and preview monitor. Of lesser importance, none of these three monitors support audio. A-1962 Manufactured by Electrohome and distributed by Creative Equipment International (CEI), the A-1962 has a stylish beige case that matches your Amiga's decor and a swivel stand that adds to its functionality. It accepts horizontal scan rates from 15 to 40 Khz., yielding a maximum of 800 (pixels) by 000 (lines) noninterlaced resolution. AD-1970 800x600
15. 75-36 Khz
0. 28mm Comparison Chart Front-panel controls include height adjustment, horizontal-display centering, brightness, and contrast. Two included cables are hardwired into the unit: a 15-pin signal cable and a power cable for the 3-prong female power outlet on the A3000 and A4000. To plug this monitor directly into a standard AC receptacle requires an alternative power cable. The A-1962's display is crisp and accurate, both in terms ofcolor reproduction and resolution. While it provides support for the A40()() s Super72 modes, a black border appears on the right-hand side of die screen in Double-NTSC mode. According to tech support at CEI, there is a software fix available for this condition. Subjectively, I did not find that the A-1962 was quite as bright as 1 would have liked, but this is only a minor quibble. CD-1401 Manufactured by C I X, Cl) Solutions' Cl)-l401 is described in its manual as a “Low-Radiation Arui- Static Anti-Magnetic” monitor. All very nice, but more to the point, the 140I s display is noticeably crisper and brighter than that of the A-1902. No black borders surround the left and right edges in Double-NTSC screen modes on AGA machines. It possesses roughly the same size, color, footprint, and elegant appearance as the A-1962. A few additional features include its ability to auloscan for horizontal frequencies between 30 and 50 Khz and to produce a maximum 1024x768 noninterlaced display the highest ofall the three monitors. What else? All three monitors carry a one-year warranty, run
* i exceptionally cool, look great, and are plug-and-play units. You really can’t go wrong with any one of these monitors. 11 you haven’t experienced the pleasure of using a high-resoluiion, noninterlaced monitor, anv of these three will be a welcome addition to your Amiga. While AGA users might be happiest with the AD-
1970. If pushed to proclaim the best for general-purpose use, I’d give a slight nod to CD Solutions' CD-1401. Michael Ha n ish Power XL Drive DKB, 5159 All Amigas.
2. 0 3,0 compatible. Accelerator compatible. Installation: Easy. Minimum system: AmigaDOS 2.0 or higher. Recommended system: Same as minimum. The Cl)-1401’s front panel has six controls, including vertical centering and size. A 15-pin signal cable with small thumb screws is attached, and a standard power cable exactly like the Amiga's is included. AD-1970 Also manufactured by CTX. But distributed by Creative Computers, the AD-1970 bears a marked similarity to the CD-I401. It autoscans from 15.75 to 36 Khz and produces a maximum 800x600 noninterlaced resolution, making it slight Iv more convenient
o o to use in video work. I he display, bright and accurate, produces the best picture of the three when used on an A4000. That one factor might give it a slight edge over CD Solutions’ higber-resolution CD-1401 for AGA machine owners. Rr* * - V. High-density floppy drive for the Amiga. Few Amiga users have an unlimited amount of money to invest in their Amigas, so they carefully watch their computer dollars. What can you buy for about SI50? A used 24-bit graphics hoard? Maybe a cheap 9-pin dot-matrix printer? A high-speed modem? One extremely useful and versatile item in this price range that’s easily overlooked is an external, high-density iloppy-disk drive. Think about it. Double-density (e.g., low-density) disks are becoming increasingly rare as floppy-disk manufacturers phase Continued on p. 44. To locate the vendors of the products reviewed, see the "Manufacturers' Distributors' Addresses" list on p. 60. ¦ImigalVorld 9 ToasterMan’s Tips Mastering the Video Toaster If you’d like to trigger effects that have the impact of a speeding bullet, control a switcher more powerful than a locomotive, and create transitions that leap tall buildings in a single wipe then follow ToasterMan Leemons tips more effective video productions. On mastering the Video Toaster jar IT’S EASY TO learn how lo use the Video Toaster, but difficult to master it. Behind its simple interlace lurks a hidden storehouse of mysteries. Although most Toaster users quickly reach the point where they can perform a few basic functions, many remain at that level unable to do everything they would like to do, »¦ u and unsure of what other things they could be doing. Mastering the Toaster takes time and some guid-
o o ance. While unlocking all of the Toaster's secrets may he beyond the scope of a single magazine article, the following collection of tips should help you move past some ol the initial stumbling blocks and point you on the path to greater proficiency through experimentation 011 your own. The first three tips point out some basic concepts with which you should be familiar about how the Toaster operates. Think of these as quickie introductory lessons to get you up to speed. The remaining dozen tips are shorter, more specific hints that should benefit Toaster users at all levels. 2 Keep your eye on the DV1 and DV2 buttons. THE VIDEO BUFFERS arc the key to how the Toaster performs its magic. Once you understand the various ways in which the Toaster relies on them, you'll be much closer to understanding how it operates. The video buffers have two main roles. When in Freeze mode (the Switcher button marked Freeze is highlighted in yellow), DV1 and DV2 can each store a still video image. The source of these images may be external (e.g., a still captured from motion video), internal (from the LightWave, ToasterPaint, or Character Generator CG programs), or a combination of both (such as a video still with a title overlaid on top of it). When in Live mode (Freeze button turned off), the two buffers are used together to convert external video from camera or VCR to digital video. This conversion is necessary in order for the Toaster to manipulate the size or position of a picture with its digital effects or to capture a still image in its Framestore. In many instances, you yourself control the mode in 4 which the buffers operate. You can switch to Freeze mode by loading a Framestore, or by hitting the Freeze button to capture a still frame, and then switch to Live mode by clicking Freeze off. In other cases, however, the I oaster itself takes control of the these buffers for its own purposes. This can result in unexpected (and unwanted) consequences. For example, when you perform a digital effect using two external video sources, the Toaster automatically switches into Live mode and dumps whatever still images are in DV1 and DV2 at the time. The lesson here is that if you don't want to lose your Framestores, he sure to save them on disk as soon as you capture them. The Toaster will also switch you automatically from Live to Freeze mode whenever you run the ToasterPaint, LightWave, ChromaFX, or CG programs, because these programs use DV] and or DV2 either for their output or to help create their user-control ? Bv Sheldon Lumon V I I) K 0 T 0 S ! I; K TIP S screens. There are a couple of surprises you may run into here. First, if the Toaster switches to Free e mode in order to use one of the buffers, you may later find a frame of random frozen video in the other buffer. This is simply whatever video happened to he in the digital channel when the Toaster made the switch. . , Another side effect you may experience is that sometimes when vou press the Freeze button on the Switcher screen, or its keyboard equivalent, nothing happens.'This occurs because Toaster operations that seize the'video buffers lock this button to prevent you from''accidentally disrupting them. For example, if you exit the GG program back to the Switcher, you'll find that the Freeze button no longer works. To unlock the button, simply select one of the effect icons (such as Smooth Fade) to signal that you are ready to return to normal Switcher operation. 2 Learn the differences between external (analog) sources and internal (digital) sources. I'HF. TOASTER ALLOWS you to switch among up to seven different types of video sources. These sources are represented as Switcher buttons labeled 1, 2, 3, 4, DYI, DY2, and DV3. Itie four numbered sources are normal analog video Sources such as cameras, VCRs, or laserdiscs that are generated externally, totally independent of Uiejoaster. The sources marked DV1, l)Y2, and DV3 are all digital-video sources, containing images that are created, modified, and or displayed by the Toaster. 'Ilie Toaster can perform some simple effects (such as wipes) on analog sources, hut effects t hat change the size, position, or rotation of an image require at least one digital source. In order to perform such effects on external sources, die Toaster must switch the buffers into Live mode and use them to convert the external video into a digital fonnat that the Toaster can manipulate. This has a number of important consequences. , First, there is a restriction on the sources that can be used with digital effects. If you are using one ol the digital buffers to display a still image, you won't he able to perform digital effects on an external source, since digitization requires both buffers. That's why you can’t flv in a moving video image from an external source V , n n on top of a still. On the other hand, you can fly in a still on toj) of moving video because the still is in the required digital format. The rule is that when you are working with one moving video source and one still, the digital effect can be used only to move, rotate, or resize the still. Some digital effects, such as Infin- ity, Mosaic, Infinite Squeeze, and the ‘background effects,” digitally alter both sources iirst the outgoing Main source and then the incoming Preview source. Tablo 1: Combining Toaster Effects Combine with Combine with Combine with Smooth Luminance ChromaFX? Fade? Key? EFFECT TYPE Digital Effects Some Yes No Wipes Yes No Yes ChromaFX Yes Yes - Smooth Fade - Yes Yes These effects cannot be used successfullv with both a still and a moving video image. Converting external video sources to internal digital format takes a small, but noticeable amount of time. As a result, everything happens a frame or two later in the digital version (where DYI and DY2 buttons are lit along with the number button) than in the original analog source (where just the number button is lit). Normally, you would hardly notice this delay, but there are cases when it can get you into trouble. If you suddenly switc h from a digital version of source 1 to the analog version, for example, you may sec a jump or skip in the action. To avoid this problem, use the Smooth Fade effect to switch from the analog to the digital version ol the source. A jump can also arise spontaneously because of the boaster’s habit of allocating the video buffers as it sees fit. When you perform digital effects with two external sources, for example, the Toaster changes the allocation of the digital buffers as needed during a digital effect. (11 sets Preview to digital for an effect where the digital video is coming on screen, and Main to digital for an effect where the digital source is moving offscreen.) Before performing an “off' effect, you should set the source on Main to digital mode (DV1 and DV2 buttons are lit along with that of the input c hannel number). Before performing an “on” effect, you should set the source on Main to analog mode (only the input number button is lit). Otherwise, there will be a noticeable jump as you switc h from delayed to nondelayed video (or vice versa). To switch the Main source from analog to digital (or vice versa) when you are in the middle of taping, use the Smooth Fade transition as suggested above to avoid a jump when you make the c hange. You can use the digital delay as a new type of effect by doing a partial wipe from a delayed source to a nondelaved version of that same source. If you select, say, the Squares or Diamond effect using one digital and one analog version of the same source, simply move the T-Bar halfway down and you’ll get a shimmering prism type of effect on the parts of the video that are moving. 3 Get to know tho different kinds of effects. ALL VIDEO TOASTER effects are not created equal. The Toaster performs several different kinds of effec ts, each with slightlv different characteristics. The two main
o j types of effects are analog wipes and digital effects. In an analog wipe, one picture replaces the other a bit at a time. It’s as if the Preview screen were silting directly behind the Main screen, and part ol the picture is wiped away to reveal a portion ol the picture behind it. 1 he pattern in which the top picture is removed can be as simple as a right-to-left progression, or as complex as an animation of shattering glass. Remember, though, that the pictures themselves do not move or change size in a wipe. Only the “hole” that allows you to see through one image to the other changes. By contrast, with digital effects, either of the pictures (but not both) can move, change size, rotate, or split apart. In addition to these basic effect types, there are a large number of variations. Transition effects can proceed either along a geometric path or according to a path in which each step is based on a frame of an animation. Effects can contain overlavs of a solid color T 0 A S I K R T I P S panel ever mysteriously appears on top of your Preview screen, you’ve probably just pressed the Help key by mistake. Press the Help key again to remove the con trol panel. You can, however, use the Help key when you’r the CG program to remind you of some commands for which there are no on-screen buttons. Forgot how to r select all text on the CG screen at once? Press Help! 7 Take down names. ALTHOUGH THE PICTURES oil ihe icons provide a pretty good due as to what each effect does; the name of the effect can provide some additional help. When you press the close-parenthesis key ) on the generated by the Toaster, a semi-transparent shadow generated by the Toaster, or an AGA image generated by the Amiga’s graphics system. There are also other effects that do not fit into any basic category. These include nontransition effects such as the Art Card or SMPTE Bars effect, Trails effects, Chroma effects, background effects, and so on. All of these effect types vary according to the sources with which they may be used and the other effects with which they can be combined. Although the various combinations are too numerous to list, the main thing to remember is that Toaster features can be combined only to the extent that they do not have overlapping resource requirements. For example, digital transition effects and Ghroma FX both use the digital-video buffers, so it is not possible to combine the two. Combining Toaster effects can really enhance your capabilities, so you should make an effort to learn what kinds of effects can be used together. Table 1 (p. 12) should give you a basic idea of what kinds of effects go together. Also, remember that if three different effects are compatible with one another, you can probably perform all three at once. For example, it is possible to use luminance keying with Ghroma FX, and then fade the whole image with Smooth Fade. 4 Inarn the keyboard shortcuts. THE SWI TCHER, CG, Paint, and LighlWave programs all provide for keyboard shortcuts, which not only can save you time, but also even allow you to perform some operations when the on-screen controls for those functions are not visible. You may want to attach labels such as “CAM 1 ” or “VCR 2” above the function keys that control your video sources to make it easier to use these keys as Switcher buttons. 5 Cure the blank-screen blues. SOME EFFECTS BIANKout the control screen while in progress. 11' the control screen mysteriously disappears and doesn’t come back, press the spacebar to finish the effect and it will reappear. Most effects can be performed manually by pulling the 'I-Bar down. You can often switch sources while the I -Bar is “parked” in an intermediate position, using the Main and Superimpose bus buttons. If the effect blanks out the control screen, you can still use the keyboard equivalents (F1-F7 for Main, q-u for Superimpose) to change sources. Keep in mind, however, that some effect types (such as effects with overlays) don't allow you to switch. If an effect blanks the screen, you cannot use the mouse to select the Smooth Fade icon. It is possible to fade even these effects, though, by controlling the Switcher from a sequencer program such as Toaster Toolkit (DevWare) or T-Rexx Professional (F.lastic Reality). When you use this method to fade an effect with a border (including soft edges) or an animation, however, only the border or animation fades away. 6 Got Help!... but only when you need it. WHEN YOU’RE IN the Switcher, pressing the Help key on the keyboard toggles between RGB-only and Preview control screen modes. If the Switcher control V I 1) E 0 numeric keypad, a little window pops up under the effects panel, showing the name of the currently selected effect. I8 Don’t forget to multitask. THE TOASTER CAN multitask, but it isn't always obvious bow to get back to the Workbench screen to run another program. From the Switcher screen, you need to press four keys consecutively: Ctrl, Ctrl, Alt, Alt. From LightWave or Toaster Paint, use the normal Left Amiga-M key combination to switch screens. From other Toaster programs, you must first go to the Switcher screen in order to get to Workbench. 9 Recapture your effecl-ivcness. HAVE YOU EVER turned on your Toaster only to see an empty effects panel? You probably loaded the Get Small project by mistake. A Toaster project lile includes instructions about both what effects to load and what Toaster programs to load (CG, Paint, or LightWave). The Get Small project tells the Toaster to load only die Smooth Fade effect. To get your effects back, simply load another project, such as the Toaster
3. 1 project. Why did NcwTek include a project with almost no effects in the first place? Answer: To allow you to maximize your memory. LightWave animations, for example, take up a tremendous amount of memory. With a full 18 megabytes of RAM, you can play an animation that is only about 6 seconds long. If your animation is larger than will fii in memory, the Switcher simply stops loading it when the memory runs out. If you find that your animation stops before the end, free up some memory by loading the Get Small project before you load your animation. Get Small can also help you multitask with memory hogs like Art Department Professional (Elastic Reality) that require every megabyte they can get. You may want to load the Get Small project before starting such a program. Finally, Get Small may help you load large amounts of data into LightWave or ToasterPaint, Remember, however, to save any projects you are working on in these programs before you load the Gel Small project. When you load Get Small, it unloads all of the programs, and you lose whatever you were working on. If you need only to gel back a little memory, consider unloading individual programs instead of unloading everything with Get Small, You can unload ? Program, for example, by holding and clicking the CG button on the fhe same goes for LightWave, but to use the Quit option in ToasterPaint program. Ihosn titles fly. BUILT-IN page types produce great- pages, but they don't allow you to move your titles around. If you want to fly in a title, to use Superimpose on a Framestore page, a Framestore page with a solid black back- it out to DV1. Next, click the black set the clip level to about 30, and on the Superimpose panel. Your should now be superimposed on whatever video the Main channel. Try using the to bounce the title oil. Then you can effect such as Fly In to bring the title hack. Note, , that only digital effects work with keved titles. When you key out the black background, you’ll prob- the shadow and outline along with it. You can problem by changing the color of the shadow outline to dark gray instead of black. 11 Make it transparent. YOU CAN T MAKF your titles semitransparent just the Alpha setting of the text on the color s because the shadow and outline sit the text. If the shadow is solid, you won’t sec through to the video behind the text, no matter how transparent you make the letters themselves. The solution is to make the shadow and outline at least as transparent as the text itself, or one level more transparent. 12 Program your programs. FHE VIDEO TOASTER’S Arexx interface allows you to do almost anything under software control that you could do manually. Even if you can't program a lick, you can use a sequencer program like T-Rexx Professional or Toaster Toolkit to easily create elab- orate sequences of Toaster actions. These programs have other talents as well. They allow you to set DV3 to any of 4096 colors, instead of just 9. They also let you edit animated wipes, or create your own, by turning animation files into effects, or effects into animation files. You can create plain wipes, wipes with solid-color overlays, or alpha-cbannel wipes. These programs require animation files in Amiga AN1M format, however, not Toaster LightWave format. To create your own effects, you’ll need an Amiga paint program like Digital Creations’ Bril- or Electronic Arts’ DeluxePaint IV. Re nt will. HAVE A sequencer program, you can take advantage of the fact that the GPI uses the same connections as a joystick 6rebutton. By placing “j3au.se for GPI” commands in your script, you can use a joystick as a remote control-device for running a slideshow. Each time you press the firebutton, the script executes the next series of commands. Small beautiful. Wi IEN THE TOASTER shrinks a video image with a digital effect, it does not have the time to smoothly scale the image. Instead, it “throws away” pixels, which makes the small image look blocky and distorted. This isn't very noticeable when the image shrinks or expands quickly, but it creates problems when the image remains still, as it may when you use Position- able Expand or Shrink. Ifvou need a small image for an "over-the-shoulder" 4 O shot, consider reducing a still image in ToasterPaint and using it instead. You won't get a moving image, but the small picture will look very sharp and clean. For moving video, try a positionable wijje to create a “window” in the corner of the screen, and then shoot the second image to fit in the window. If you need clean-looking moving video with an entire screen com- O O pressed into a small window, however, consider purchasing the Feral Effects TBC from Feral Industries. In addition to normal TBC (unctions, this card allows you to shrink a moving video source and to position it wherever you wish on top of another source. File follies. FHE TOASTER SAVES a lot of files in a lot of directories, but doesn't give you full access to these directories. For example, if you save a frame with the same number, but a different name, as an existing frame, the second file is stored along with the first. Since the Toaster displays only one filename for each number, however, one of them will become a “hidden*' file, which lakes up space but doesn’t appear on the Switcher’s list of available files. The onlv wav to remedv
* * this situation is to use the Workbench or an Amiga file-manipulation program such as Director)’ Opus from INOVAtronics to rename the duplicate file with another number, or to delete it altogether. It’s not very easy to use the Workbench to manipulate Toaster files, however. That's because there is no icon for important Toaster directories such as Framestore and 3D. Be sure to turn on the Show All Files feature of the W indows menu on the Workbench to see all of the directories in your Toaster partition. Many Toaster file requesters leave something to he desired for instance, they may not have buttons for all your drives. In most cases, however, you can type the directory path right into the text box of the requester. If you want to use drive JHO: in LightWave, for example, you can type the drive name in the file requester and press Return to see a listing of the top directory of that drive. Putting these tips into practice may not give you the inside track to Truth, Justice, and the American W ay, but they should help you unleash more of the Toaster's tremendous jiower and potential . . . And make your next video animation project just super! ¦ Sheldon hrmon, a computer video consullanI and instructor, is the author oj two books and scores of articles covering the Amiga. He also sewes as Amiga Forum Manager on National I 'ideotex Network. Write to him c o Amiga World. Editorial Ijept., 80 Elm St., Peterborough, NH 03d58-0802. F IfifjWlWiMil The Raptor processing engine is a locomotive that drives LightWave rendering faster, faster, )cskSt at pi ex, computers are Raptor, a dedicated ren- challenged to keep up. Even a fast Amiga 4000 dering box, speeds the output of NewTek’s LightWave can take an hour to generate a complex 3-D image software by 10-40 times (see the sidebar “Ahead of and more than a day to produce the 30 frames Schedule” for details), and the recently announced required for one second of animation. Raptor Plus promises even speedier For hobbyists, such speeds are a [j y 5 H EI D 0 N L E E M 0 N performance. The Raptor is the direct mere annoyance (we do become descendant of the Video Toaster spoiled, don’t we?). But for professionals, slow Screamer, the rendering engine NewTek announced rendering may derail a project. So where can a 3-D in late 1993 but never shipped in quantity. The professional catch the Silver Bullet to Renderland? Screamer was to have had four MIPS R4400 proces- ? , () R g B N D K R I C sors, giving it 40 times the processing power of the Toaster 4000. For a variety of reasons, New 1 ek decided to stop work on the Screamer, concentrating instead on the Flyer, the company’s upcoming nonlinear editing system. NcwTek’s change of plans cleared the way for DeskStation Technology, the company actually producing the Screamer hardware, to introduce its own scaled-down version, called the Raptor. Don’t be fooled by the "scaled- down” reference, though. The Raptor is huge, weighing SO pounds and standing almost three feet high. Ii is also expensive, costing $ 13,900 for a complete system. Unlike the original Screamer, the Raptor comes with only two R4400 processors, each with 64MB of RAM. You can, however, connect several Raptor systems together to achieve performance equal to, or better than, that of the Screamer. Up To Spf.ed Because the Raptor is basically a computer without a monitor or keyboard, you must connect it to your Toaster system in order to use it. This requires both hardware and software. The hardware is an Ethernet networking card, which you must install in your Toaster machine and connect to the Raptor’s built-in Ethernet card with thin-wire cable. Currently, the Raptor is compatible only with the Commodore or Oxxi Hydranet Ethernet adapters. 4Tie software is a special version of LightWave, which costs an additional $ 2000. This version includes a ScreamcrNet control panel (see Figure 1, next page) that allows LightWave to communicate with the Raptor. Using the Raptor from LightWave is relatively simple, hut it is not automatic. Before you can render with the Raptor, you must initialize the external processors and send them the data describing the current scene. Although A4000 040 A4000 040,40 Mhz Raptor Train Scene 6126 seconds 3293 seconds 497 seconds Logo Scene 13,625 seconds 6791 seconds 601 seconds Train Scene is a frame from Jon Tindall’s animation, Ghost Train, which we've used in past evaluations of 68040 accelerators, (It was the “complex render’ task in the Warp Engine vs. G-Force ’040 review in AW, Sept. ’94, p. 10.) This scene uses only ray-traced shadows and medium antialiasing. In the Logo Scene, a large text logo appears in front of the Texture Examples scene that comes with the Video Toaster. 'Hie text is 1009c transparent, with an index of refraction of 1.7, so that it appears to he made of glass. The scene uses ray-traced shadows, reflections, and refraction, as well as low antialiasing. ? SL
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• $ 1 50 for Lab Motion or $ 2150 with the Toccata "VLab Motion rivals professional equipment which costs $ 50,000+. Before your product, I would spend hours and hours of very expensive edit suite lime doing single frame editing, With Vlab Motion, I can set up an entire 3D animation with digital effects and double-check my work in super-clean 30fps video thanks to MovieShop software. Now I finish in approximately 20 minutes every time I go into an editing suite saving well more than the price of the system. I look to the future of this product with great enthusiasm. I am very impressed with Vlab Motion in total. . . This is the future of video editing. Rooert Van Valen ("Video Bob’) CBS TV Multiple Award-Winning Animator Noah Ji’s Also distributing Retina Z-lll, Retina Z-ll, Vlab Y C, and Toccata 16. 3591 Nyland Way • Lcrayerie, CO 80026 Voice: 303.499.1975 Fax: 499.1979 • Tech: 433.7031 • 3B5 969 8967 Ethernet generally provides fast lile transfer, the prerelease version of the LightWave ScreamerNet software takes a long time to transfer the data to the Raptor. In fact, it took nearly two minutes to transfer data about a scene whose files occupy less than 200K of disk space! We can only hope that the transfer speed will improve in future versions of the software. Once the data is loaded into the Raptor, you must choose whether to have each of the two processors work on one-half of the same frame, or each on a separate frame. For a test render of a single frame, you'll want to use both processors on one frame, but for animations, it is generally better to have one processor working on each frame. Hiat way, if one half of the picture takes much longer to render than the other, you won’t have one processor sitting idle waiting for its mate to finish. After You’ve selected the render mode, you press the Render button, and away you go. At this point, all LightWave is doing is waiting for data from the Raptor. Unfortunately, however, it can't just collect the finished images in the background while you work on another scene, or use the A4000 to render. 1 his is another area in which the preliminary software could stand some improvement. On the bright side, you won’i have to wait long for your scene to finish rendering. The actual degree of no speed increase depends on the complexity of the scene and the number of time-intensive features (like ray- tracing) that are turned on. Even simple scenes render at least eight to ten times faster than normal. Scenes that use several features like transparency, ray-traced reflections, refraction, shadows, and hump maps, however, render anywhere from 20-35 times as last as on a stock Amiga 4000 (see the sidebar, p. 16). For the professional 3-1) artist, this translates into test renders that take minutes instead of hours, and complete animations that take a day instead of a week. Alternate Tracks To address differing needs. DeskStation is currently O 4 s releasing two new variations on the same theme. One, the Raptor Plus ($ 16,900), an updated version of the original Raptor, uses a pair of the faster R4000 RISC processors (running at 133 Mhz) and includes 128MB of RAM per processor. Owners of the original Raptor can upgrade to the Plus version for S5000 (this involves sending your Raptor to DeskStation for a chip swap). DeskStation also maintains that at some point, Raptor owners may be able to upgrade their systems to full dual-processor workstation status. Beta testers have reported that Raptor Plus performs twice as fast, on average, as the original Raptor. The other new model, the Raptor II. Is a complete, non-Amiga workstation, with a keyboard, mouse, triple-speed CD-ROM drive, 500MB SCSI hard drive, Ethernet adapter, 24-bit color-display card, and 17- inch color monitor. The Raptor II fits in a normal-sized tower case and comes with a full version of the Windows NT operating system (the original Raptor has only a limited version of Windows NT). The total price for this package is under $ 10,000. Although the Raptor II lias only a single processor, with 32 MB of RAM, it uses the 133-MHz MIPS R4600, a newer chip with 50% more processing power than the R4400 used in the original Raptor. That means it will render at about 75% of the speed of the original Raptor, as well as running the M IPS version of any Windows NT software at blinding speeds. Admittedly, there isn’t much Windows NT software available yet, but with Microsoft backing it heavily, and with its easy portability to the forthcoming 32-bit version of Windows, you can expect a flood of such software in the next couple of years. You can also expect a number of custom applications designed specifically for the Raptor, including Winlmages FX and Winlm- ages Moiph (from Black Belt Systems), Elastic Reality (from the former ASDG), Real 3D (Realsoft), Designer (the NT version of RIO by AT&T). Invisage (Byte by Byte), and QFX (Ron Scott). First-Class Fare Clearly, the Raptor is currently priced beyond the means of the casual user. You should, however, keep i his pricing.in some perspective. Professionals who are accustomed to paying $ 30,000 to $ 100,000 for such a powerful workstation are apt to look on the system as a bargain. For these users, the Raptor will pay for itself after only a few jobs. More importantly, however, you should not overlook the long-term trend for technolog)’ to become less expensive. Two years ago, the first Pentium workstations were also priced at over $ 10,000. Today, you can buy a comparable system for less than $ 2000. So it is not unreasonable to expect that the Raptor represents the average level of power that we can expect to enjoy in the not-so-distant future. For now, it is nice to know that although you may not require the power of the Raptor immediately, it is available should the need arise. ¦ Sheldon Lee man is a computer video consultant and instructor in the Detroit area. He is the author oj two hooks and countless articles covering the Amiga, and selves as Amiga Forum Manager on National I ideotex Network. Write to him c o .4 miga World Editor nil, PO Box 802, 80 Elm St., Peterborough, NH 03458-0802. PERSONAL COM PL i ERS GIVE you instant gratification. So does fax. Just as you see almost instantly the results of your keystrokes on you r Amiga’s screen, fac- With the right equipment and the relevant “facts,’' you can turn your Amiga into a first- class fax setup that’s better, cheaper, and more convenient than a dedicated fax machine. O 7 simile machines deliver pages practically at the touch of a button. The two technologies are a natural blend, and understanding computer faxing and how to do it with your Amiga could save you the expense of buying a fax machine, or give you a belter-quality fax setup if your current fax equipment is anything less than the top of the line. The appeal of faxing lies in its convenience, speed, and low cost, not in the quality of its output, which, unlike that of photocopiers, varies only from poor to barely acceptable. Most fax machines use rolls of thermal paper that you have to cut into pages with scissors. The paper lecls funny, tends to curl up, and becomes quickly yellow or faded. The printing low-resoiution and jagg)- isn’t much better. The best machines output to plain paper using inkjet or laser technolog)-, and are capable of higher resolutions. If von use your Amiga and printer for faxing, however, the chances are that you already have the equipment to match the quality of these better fax machines. (Fur descriptions of products mentioned in this article. See the “Amiga Fax Products1' sidebar. For information on contacting the developers oj those products. See the "Manufacturers' Distributors' Addresses" list on p. 60.) How Faxing Works To understand computer faxing, you have to know how faxing works in general. What happens when you send a fax between two fax machines is as follows: Von enter the fax number of the remote machine into your machine and feed into it the pages you want transmitted. The local machine dials the remote machine, the two connecting in the same way as do two modems. The local machine scans the pages slowly, creating a digitized version and sending it over the phone line. The remote machine converts the digitized version and prints out the data. When all pages are sent, both machines hang up. $ 1 y)a e Obviously, with dozens of manufacturers of fax machines, a standard was needed so that they could all communicate with one another. Almost all fax machines worldwide now incorporate what is known as the Group 3 standard. (There were earlier Group I and Group 2 standards, and if you really have to, you can use most Group 3 fax devices to [slowly] send or receive f rom one of the obsolete machines. There is a Group standard, but it requires digital phone lines | ISDN] and so is currently of limited use.) ? Group 3 machines scan at a resolution of203x98dpi (clots per inch) in normal mode or 2()3x 196dpi in “line" mode. Their images are compressed and transmitted at 9(509 bps (bits per second). Mence, an
8. Jx 11 -inch page iilled primarily with text typically takes about 30 seconds to transmit in normal mode. !;ine»mode transmission about doubles the time. W I (i A An extension to the Group 3 standard. Group 3bis, provides lor transmission at 14,4kbps (thousand hits per second) and a resolution ol'’up to 406x 19(klpi. The higher resolution mode is not much in use. Hut IS
14. 4kbps transmission mode is becoming common. Obviouslv, the faster speed quickly offsets in phone- hill savings the cost of the faster modem. (If you have a device capable of 14.4kbps. von can still send faxes at the slower 9.(5kbps speed.) Other than when purchasing and setting up a tax device, von don’t really have to worry about the derails of all of these standards. Fax machines automatically negotiate die highest speed at which they can connect. You need to know only that fine mode means you’ll spend more lime on the phone; otherwise, the standard doesn’t matter. If you choose to send a lax in hue mode and the machine on the other end does not support it. Your machine will automatically liill hack to normal mode. How Computer Faxing Works Because fax machines send digital data over phone lines, computers can naturally get in on the act. Most new computer modems include fax capabilities (the standards used are dillerent, even for connecting at identical speeds). II you have such a modem, you can take advantage ol its built-in lax feature just by adding fax software in the same wav vou use ter- O > * initial software to take advantage of the data aspect of vour modem. You can display received faxes on screen, or you can output them on vour system’s printer. You can also send faxes direcllv from an application rather than first printing them out. A on can even scan a document for transmission with your fax modem. All current fax data modems support Group 3 faxing, Some ma support only 9.6kbps* but many support 14.4kbps. What really distinguishes between GPFax 2.346 GPSoft S70 (street price) GPFax is the best-established Amiga fax software, h has undergone continuous revision since 1991, making it a powerful, flexible, and reliable package. The latest version works with just about any Class 1 or 2 fax modem, and can take advantage ol most of their special features. If vou want to use Supra As silent-answer feature or a Class r-wifmgfw. Tralian company). Therefore, when you use GPFax to send text output. The destination fax may alternate full and very short pages. The war around this is always to use GPFax’s printer device and to print from another application in order to send a lax. Excellent technical support is available directly from the programmers at GPSoft In phone, fax, e-mail, or CseXet. Some support is also available f rom Supra, at least lor copies bundled with the company's modems. TrapFax 1.0 Distributed in the US by Expert Sendees S100 (street price) Released last fall, this newcomer is sure to start a healthy main with GPFax. While ii doesn't have all of GPFax's polish and line touches, it does have most of the same major features. True, TrapFax does not have Arexx support, nor does it support Class I modems; manual faxing capability also seems to he missing. I low- cver. Like GPFax, it does allow faxes to be scheduled lor sending Default Text font nSFT«;fonf "I SIIS I neon' Outgoing iraxftunu* TfraxSeooI If «aDr interf! Axftnwer TFSFIiT Lgif ImpUtK J3DJ thon, rt m asa J J fieeice (wrul.iteintt | j l Onit ft 1* t Bd IT Ib | I 1 i I The GPFax user interface is simple and easy to use, with all options just a mouse-click away. 1 modem. GPFax is your only choice. It now comes us a single disk and uses Installer to install the correct options for your modem. It also lias extensive Arexx support. The program provides a single- screen. Point-and-click user interface, which, while* nonstandard like the old ADPro, is simple and easy to use. My one complaint about GPFax is that ii uses A4 paper longer than 8.5x1 I as its standard size (GPSoft is. Of course, an Aus0 1 W19* law tranneni_ Default Fax Header Details Untangitole Hawcfacfu| rrgnmsa-mj " Urrlal.device""I I l~~l i i - OQ TrapFax employs a Workbench-style interface with numerous drawers and icons. Outgoing |Harh:tf«pf« OutjoiM Inconing fHorlc: rraefaa Incanipj" Sent tMorfciTrapFax Sent
- Vv I Man*, nntanqfbla Atsets Hannfactu | llodm Inti [ J Mode* Dial E l„ loq_f , Ir «r»r J Ran Olak M| liSFh E*anpT57txt ten screen f an Jo in TfaxVlrw TrapFaxTtog PI IrwlM PrrrN“fnt*j 01 Irapf»x 20 X nrmher 1994 them is whether they have a Class I, Class 2, or CAS interface. (CAS, a standard incompatible with Amiga fax software, is used by Intel modems and a few others.) Just as terminal software uses the AT command set for data modems to dial and to set options, fax software needs an interface for fax modems. Class 1 and Class 2 are international standards for fax-specific AT commands. Class I uses a small command set and forces the computer to do quite a bit of work in real time during faxing. Most fax modems that don’t indicate their type use the Class 1 standard. Class 2 uses a much larger command set, so that the modem demands less of the computer. For Amigas, this is an important consideration. Because serial overrun is a classic problem on the Amiga, anything is welcome that makes response to the serial port less critical. While the cheapest fax machines cost more than $ 200, with good ones going for much more, a good fax data modem can be had for under SI 50 and is useful for a lot more than faxing. Hence, economics strongly favors computer faxing. Sending Faxes Computers excel at sending faxes. Attach a fax modem, plug it into the phone line, install your fax software, and away you go. Most fax software is capable of redirecting printer output so that when you print from an application, the output can go out as a fax rather than to the printer. This saves time and paper, and produces higher-qualily faxes. By skipping the scanning done by a fax machine, you eliminate smudges, smears, and other marks or errors f rom the process. The exact method of sending faxes from external applications differs slightly from one fax software package to another, but the basic idea is the same. You start the fax software and indicate that you want printer output sent to the lax instead. Once you've done so, everything sent to the Preferences printer by any application (word processor or paint program, for example) goes to the fax software instead of the printer. (An exception is if you have a PostScript printer, in which case you must be sure to print in graphics mode or to the Preferences printer rather ? At a later time, printer capture for (axing from other applications, log files, and flexible viewing of faxes on screen. TrapFax’s interface is based on a Workbench drawer containing several programs, each of which handles a different task, such as viewing faxes or setting up to receive incoming faxes. I found this interface more difficult to use, but I saw several clear advantages for some advanced applications. For example, handling faxes on a network of Amigas looks much easier with TrapFax than with any other Amiga software. Expert Sen ices provides courteous telephone, mail, and fax support in the US, as well as a mail address for the software’s authors in Germany. (See “Reviews,” Aug. ’94, p. 14. Tor a full review of TrapFax.) AmigaFax C-fiorn Software Shareware, S50 I his shareware package has many of the same major features as the above two commercial programs. Its documentation does not indicate that it supports Class I modems, so presumably it supports only Class
2. It has special support forTeX, however, making it especially well- suited for some programmers. Unlike GPFax and TrapFax, AmigaFax does not use the standard IFF FAXX form for its data files. Also unfortunate is the lack of a
2. 0-style user interface. For those on a budget or using TeX, however, AmigaFax might be a good alternative. El Cheapo Fax Freely distributable Just as the name says: The bare minimum to send and receive faxes with your Amiga and a Class 2 fax modem. Nothing is automatic. No phone book, no scheduling, nothing. You can use a special Preferences printer driver to create fax files as output from other applications, but you must then send that file on your own. You cannot directly view faxes, but must convert them to IFF for display. The interface is CLI-only, but there is a shareware add-on package called ECFax Enhancer that provides a GUI (Graphical User Interface). Flic English documentation for ECFax Enhancer is difficult to read, though Fm sure the French is much better. If your budget lias you choosing between dinner and software, you might get by with El Cheapo Fax. Otherwise, choose the commercial programs. Their luxuries are well worth the price. PhonePak VFX GVP $ 300 (street price) flie PhonePak is a voice-maiFfax-management solution, but does not include a data modem. The hardware is compatible only with its own (included) software. Basically, PhonePak is a fancy answering machine that records incoming messages as standard Amiga IFF sound files. Its voice-mail capabilities, however, arc sophisticated, offering you a wide variety of options for handling incoming calls. PhonePak also automatically detects and receives fax-machine calls, and it can combine a lax and a voice message in a single file. In addition, it offers a number of options for managing ouLgoing faxes, including a provision for sending faxes directly from applications programs. (For a review of PhonePak VFX, see Feb. ’93. P. 24.) FaxPak Teledisk Systems $ 299. While not an Amiga-specific solution, this is a valuable if little- known piece of hardware. It turns your computer s printer into a plain-paper fax (receive only). It has a small, attractive case that houses fax-receiving hardware, phone in and out. Parallel in and out. And serial in and out. It also functions as a printer switch (you can hook one computer to the serial in and one to the parallel in. And they both print to the printer connected to the parallel or serial out). It stores up to 40 pages of faxes received while the printer is off or offline, (i.e., out of paper). The interface is a bit trying (you must call the box from a touch- tone phone to program it), but most people just need to set it once and then forget it. So that is tolerable. If you want printouts of all your incoming faxes, the FaxPak is a great way to go, DL ? Than to the serial or parallel port.) The fax software either creates a file in fax format or prompts you for the number to send the fax to. Once done faxing, you turn off the printer option in the fax software so that your applications can again use the real printer. L’nfortunately, die Amiga’s current standard oper- ating-system printer support doesn’t allow you to choose from multiple printers (or from fax or printer) at the time of printing. The wav vou configure Preferences and your fax software before you print defines where vour printout will go. If you forget to activate your fax software, your printer will be wasting paper before you realize vour error. In the bells-and-whistles department, fax software can provide some nifty options when you're sending faxes. Some programs can schedule the sending ol a fax. Choosing a time when phone rates are lower. Some can keep a large database of phone numbers and automatically send a single fax to many numbers. Finally, your software may keep extensive logs of when you sent faxes, where you sent them, and what they were. Programs even exist that can estimate the phone bill for sending your faxes! As far as system requirements go, a fairly minimal Amiga can send faxes. Some software can send straight
o u Several modems provide voice capability in addition to data and fax. These modems can digitize and compress audio from the phone in real time. Such a compressed data stream (at 19.2kbps, for example) can be spooled to disk by the computer and played back over the phone, modem speaker, or computer speakers. Modem brands that currently offer voice models include Dolphin, LineLink, and ZyXEL. Several freely distributable software packages exist that turn such a modem into a simple answering machine. AVM. An Amiga shareware software package, can use such a modem to create a fairly sophisticated voice-mail system and to receive faxes (using separate fax software). The CA P PhonePak also offers sophisticated voice-mail features. DL ? Ascii or IFF files from floppies on a 512K Amiga. A hard drive is better, though, and expanded memory to hold both the fax software and the application is necessary for faxing from an application. An accelerator shouldn’t be necessary with a Glass 2 fax modem, though vou might need one with a Class 1 modem. Also, if you use your computer to send faxes, you may want to have a scanner attached to your computer. In that way. You can even fax hand-written notes or other documents not already in your computer. It Is Easier To Give Than To Receive Once you receive a fax on your computer, you can leave it stored on your hard drive (perhaps in compressed form), display it on vour screen, convert it to IFF, or dump it to your printer. Getting it into your Amiga is the hard part. If you are going to set up your home or office to receive faxes, vou have manv decisions to make. Do vou 4 j * need a 24-hour automatic fax line? Do you mind picking lip the ringing phone only to discover that the call is for vour lax machine? Can you justify the added cost of a new phone line or distinctive ringing sen ice? Do you want to leave a computer running 24 hours a day? The simplest (and most expensive) thing to do is to have a dedicated phone line installed. Leave your computer with fax software and a fax modem turned on and attached to that line, and you can receive faxes automaticalIv, 24 hours a day. You just have to remember to kill the fax software before using your modem to dial our to BBSs, and to start the fax software again when you’re done. It is also possible to have a single line that shares fax and data. If you have a BBS. For example, you can set up most modems and software to detect whether a call is fax or data and to respond appropriately. And remember, il you don’t reallv need a dedicated line, vou can alwavs tell people to send faxes to you manu- allv by simph calling ahead first. You can also set up a voice line to receive faxes automatically 24 hours a dav. When von want some- j j thing for nothing, though, receiving faxes is complicated. There are a couple of options. When most sending fax machines finish dialing, they start sounding a tone on the phone line even- few seconds. This is a (AG tone, also called an Auto Fax Tone or (killing l one. It alerts any person or machine picking up the incoming call that a fax is on the way. To take advantage of this, you must have special hardware. Some Supra fax modems have a “silent answer” feature. When a call comes in. It is answered by a person or an answering machine (which you attach to the modem rather than to another jack). If the Supra detects CNG tones, it picks up the line (and cuts olf the answering machine); otherwise, it ignores the call. Someone detecting an incoming fax call just hangs up. Computer and officc- supplv stores also sell fax switches that detect CNG tones. And GVP’s PhonePak works well for sharing a line, as the answering machine is built in. Finally, most local phone companies provide a sendee called Distinctive Ringing (it has other names in some areas), which gives a single line two or more phone numbers. When a call comes in, a distinctive-ringing pattern indicates which number was called. Some modems can decipher these rings and respond only to certain ones. You can buy distinctive-ring decoder boxes from many computer and oflice-supply stores. These connect to the line and have several outputs, one for each distinctive-ring pattern. By plugging your fax into such a box, it will answer only fax calls. Faxing is convenient and becoming more widespread all the time, Data Fax modems are coming down in price and going up in speed (28.8kbps is now affordable for data modems). The software is getting more sophisticated and easier to use. With it. Your Amiga is a great way to send and receive high-quaiitv faxes. ¦ Dale Larson, formerh a software engineer in Commodore's Amiga Networking Croup, is now head of his own company. Intangible Assets Manufacturing, which specializes in Amiga communications products and consulting. His hook, Connect Your Amiga! A Guide to the Internet, LANs, BBSs and Online Services, is due oat later this year. Write him at I AM, 828 Ormond Ave., Drexel Hill, PA 19026, or via the Internet: dale@iam.com. AN MS-DOS MACHINE is essentially so different from an Amiga that to emulate it you either have to suffer with major compromises in functionality or virtually duplicate the guts of a PC inside your Amiga’s case. Not so with the Macintosh, though. Based on the same Motorola 680x0 processor series, the Macintosh and the Amiga speak the same basic language, and only a little translation is needed to bring the two computing worlds together. Compared to a real Mac or a 486 system, a Macintosh emulator is a relatively inexpensive way to run applications like Quark Xpress and Adobe PhotoShop on your Amiga. Comparative Evaluations of Popular Amiga Products A-Max IV vs. Emplant By Denny Atkin The first Macintosh emulator for the Amiga was ReadySoft’s A-Max. It did a great job of emulating an early black-and-white Macintosh Plus too good a job, actually, for it took over the Amiga entirely and allowed you to run only monochrome Macintosh software. While today’s version, A-Max IV, enables vou to run J M ac programs in full color, multitasking happily with your favorite Amiga applications, it was not the first to do so. That honor belongs to Utilities Unlimited’s Emplant board, which not only brings color Macintosh emulation to the Amiga, but also purports to be a jack- of-all-lradcs solution that will soon emulate everything from an IBM 486 to an Atari 800. Similar in concept, both products are designed for 68020-or-faster Ami gas equipped with Zorro II slots. (Neither one is usable on slotless Amigas like the A500 and A1200; the old A-Max II cartridge is your only choice for those machines.) They differ, however, in features, compatibility, price, and peripheral requirements. Let’s compare the two, highlighting those differences with the hope of helping you choose the best Macintosh emulator for your needs. A-Max IV A-MAX IV IS ACTUALLY an upgraded version of the A-Max II Plus board, an emulator that preceded Emplant to market by over a year but like the original A-Max supported only black-and-white and took over the entire Amiga. A-Max IV is available either as a stand-alone product or as an upgrade to the A-Max II Plus board, consisting of a replacement for one socketed logic chip on the board, a new program disk, and an updated manual. A-Max IV plugs into a Zorro II or III slot and includes a cable that attaches to your floppy drive. Before plugging in the board, you’ll need to install a set of 128K Macintosh ROMs pulled from a Mac 512K or Mac Plus. These are needed to boot the Macintosh operating system and should run you less than $ 150 from mail-order companies (dramatically less if you can find a used set on the online networks). You’ll also need a copy of the Macintosh System 7.0 or 7.1 I highly recommend 7.1 which you should be able to purchase from any Apple dealer. On the Amiga side, you’ll need at least a 68020 microprocessor, a hard drive, AmigaDOS 2.1 or later, and a minimum of 4MB of fast RAM (6MB is more reasonable, in view of the size of the Mac System 7). I also strongly recommend a high-density Amiga floppy drive, as many newer Macintosh appli-*- cations now ship on 1.44MB floppies. If you're running the emulator on an Amiga 2000 or 3000, you’ll also need a graphics card like die Picasso or Retina if’you want to use more than 10 colors on the Mac- in tosh screen. Peripheral Connections The back of the A-Max IV card sports two eight-pin mini-DIN ports that act as Macintosh-standard RS- 422 serial ports. You can connect Macintosh modems, printers, Local'Falk networks, and (with an adapter) MIDI devices to these ports. There are no drivers included, however, for using these ports as extra Amiga serial ports. A-Max IV uses your Amiga's built-in disk-drive controller for storage. Whereas earlier versions required special drivers for third-party SCSI controllers, A-Max IV uses the standard AmigaDOS device drivers and therefore should work fine with just about every .Amiga hard-disk controller. You can dedicate a partition on an Amiga hard drive lor Macintosh storage, create a virtual disk drive that's stored as a file on an Amiga partition (this is really too slow for everyday hard-drive use, but is handy for faking floppy disks), A-Max IV ReadySoft S499.95 Minimum system: 68020, 4MB fast RAM, Workbench 2.1, hard drive. Recommended system: 68030 or faster, 8-1 2MB 32-bit fast RAM, Workbench 2.04 or later, 24-bit video card, high-density floppy drive. Or plug a real Macintosh hard drive into your Amiga’s SCSI controller. (A-Max IV supports CD-ROM drives as well.) You can read Macintosh high-density disks directly while running the emulation. A-Max IV won’t read the old Macintosh BOOK low-densily format directly, but the included Disk Transfer program will copy the disks into a file that can be mounted as a fake disk while you’re running the emulation. While this isn’t as convenient as being able to read the disks directly, it beats Emplant, which requires additional hardware to reacl low-density disks. Screen Display You can display Macintosh video on any screen mode supported by the graphics chips in your Amiga up to 800x600 in 256 colors on the Amiga 4000. You can o get 24-bit displays or higher resolutions using an addon video card; A-Max IV supports the Picasso II, Retina, and Gf xBase cards. A unique feature is the ability to open large, scrollable virtual screens. To run QuarkXpress, I regularly use a 720x1024-pixel screen that lets me scroll to the bottom of a full-page document much more quickly than by using the scroll bars on a standard 480-line screen. The Macintosh is unique in that it supports simultaneous display on multiple monitors; A-Max supports this as well. If you have two monitors and a graphics card, you could, for example, place all your PhotoShop tools on a fast, four-color screen on the Amiga side and the picture you're editing on the slower, 24-bit Retina display on a second monitor. You do not. However, need a graphics card or multiple monitors to take advantage of this feature; instead, you can open multiple screens on the Amiga monitor in different resolutions and color depth and easily move between them. A-Max File Transfer can copy individual files or entire directories between Amiga and Mac hard disks. Text and PostScript options translate text line endings for the appropriate computer, while the less useful MacPaint translation option converts between MacPaint pictures and two-color IFF images. Finally, MacBinary translation allows you to transfer Mac files you’ve downloaded using Amiga terminal programs to the Macintosh side, using the MacBinary information to make sure the Mac’s information forks are retained. Both A-Max IV and Emplant can transfer text between the Amiga and Mac sides of the computer using the system clipboard. Just make sure that the Finder is the active program on the Mac side, and you can copy and paste between your Macintosh software and any Amiga programs that use the standard system clipboard. Note that this capability’works only for text; graphics and other data can’t be transferred via the clipboard. Both products support Apple’ TalkLocal Fa Ik serial networking, but A-Max IV has the advantage of also supporting Ethernet through Commodore A2065- compatible SANA II networking cards. Eniplant AS MENTIONED ABOVE, Emplant is marketed as more than just a Macintosh emulator. By the time you read this. Utilities Unlimited hopes to have shipped its $ 100 486 emulator add-on for the board a software and logic upgrade that will let an Emplant- equipped Amiga run MS-DOS, Windows, and OS 2. Further down the line, UU has promised emulators for older computers such as the Commodore 64 and
128. Atari 800. And Apple IE For the purposes of this comparison, though, we’ll just look at the Macintosh emulat ion. Like A-Max IV, Emplant is a Zorro Ii card. The system requirements are similar: at least a 68020 processor, AmigaDOS 2.04, 4MB of fast RAM. A hard drive, and an open expansion slot. You’ll also need a copy of Mac System 7.1 and a 256K ROM chip from a Macintosh IE Iix. Or Hex. Originally, these chips were very expensive $ 250 and up but UU recently added support for first-generation Mac II ROMs without high-density floppy-drive support (Emplant adds its own support for these drives); these ROMs can be found for well under SI 00. I he board is available in four models: Basic, which includes just the emulation hardware; Option A. which adds two eight-pin, RS-422 Mac serial ports; Option
B. which acids a Macintosh-compatible SCSI controller; and Deluxe, which includes both serial and SCSI support, The extra options enhance the Amiga side, as well. Drivers are included for using the Emplant serial ports as extra Amiga serial ports and for mounting AmigaDQS devices on the SCSI controller. Emplant supports the Amiga serial and parallel ports for printer and modem connections if you don't select the serial option. The SCSI controller doesn't autoboot, so you won’t want to use it as your primary hard-disk controller. Also, at press time the SCSI controller had problems working with some Amiga 4000s, but IT assured me this would be lixetl by the time you read this. As with A-Max, for storage Emplant lets you use partitions on Amiga drives, special hard files on Amiga partitions, or dedicated Macintosh SCSI drives. Hie SCSI option is hardware-compatible with the SCSI controller in real Macintoshes, so it’s more compatible with fast-moving multimedia titles than A-Max’s Amiga SCSI support. While Emplant can read high-density Macintosh disks without problems, you’ll need to add a UU AMIA board and a real Macintosh disk drive to read low- density disks. Superior Video Support Emplant lias much better video support than A-Max
IV. In addition to Picasso and Retina, Emplant supports the A2410, ECS, Merlin, OpalVision, Piccolo, Rainbow 2 and 3, Retina Z3, Visiona, and Vivid video boards. Video updates are much faster than under A- Max, and they are dramatically more compatible. Whereas A-Max wouldn't run any of the games (Sim- Life, falcon MC, Spectre VR, E-LS, and Star Trek: 25th Anniversary) I threw at it, Emplant had no trouble with them at all. And while the above-listed video boards will generally speed screen output and add 24- bit support, even Emplant’s AGA video was last enough to play most of these games without the use of one of these boards. Like A-Max IV, Emplant supports multiple monitors and screens; it does not, however, support every screen mode, and it lacks A-Max IV’s ability to open large, scrolling virtual screens. File transfer has been greatly improved over early versions. The latest releases include the MultiOS file system, which lets you access Macintosh and MS-DOS disks directly from the Workbench and CLI. No more tedious moving of individual files from the Amiga to the Mac side just drag and drop. The current file-transfer options automatically handle MacBinarv and ASCII translation. A coming update will add provisions lor automatic file conversion upon copying, so you could, for example, automatically convert an ANIM5 animation into Quick l ime format as you copy it. Emplant falls behind A-Max IY in only two areas low-density disk support (mentioned above) and memory allocation. A-Max IV requires you to allocate about 2MB of RAM to the Macintosh side, and then dynAMIGAlly allocates lice memory as programs need it. By contrast, with Emplant you must set aside a certain amount of RAM exclusively for the Mac side as you i * launch the emulation. UU says this increases compatibility, but it means you may have to shut down the Mac- side, adjust the amount ol memory allocated, and relaunch the emulation if you need more RAM on the i Amiga side. The Final Score 111 ERE IS ONE group ol people for whom A-Max IV is the clear choice owners of earlier versions of A- Max. II you have A-Max I! Plus, for example, the upgrade to the full-color A-Max IV is very inexpensive. Even if you have an old A-Max cartridge, you’ll still get a discount on the A-Max IV purchase and you can reuse your old ROM chips. Also, if you’re primarily running productivity applications and working with large bitmaps or pages, A-Max IV’s virtual screens might increase your productivity enough to make it the emulator of choice. If you're starting from scratch, however, Emplant lias enough advantages to warrant serious consideration. Although both emulators perform at speeds similar to those of a Macintosh with the same type of microprocessor as your Amiga, Emplant has much faster video support. It is also much more compatible with games and multimedia titles, and it’s quite a bit faster in running math-based programs such as Excel. Of special note is Utilities Unlimited’s constant and consistent updating of the Emplant software. Releases with new features and bug fixes appear about once a Emplant Utilities Unlimited Basic Board, $ 279.95; Option A (two serial ports), $ 349.95; Option B (SCSI adaptor), $ 349.95; Deluxe (serial and SCSI), $ 399.95. Minimum system: 68020, 4MB fast RAM, Workbench 2.04, hard drive. Recommended system: 68030 or better, 8-12MB 32-bit fast RAM, Workbench 2.04 or later, 24-bit video card, high-density floppy drive, AMIA interface and Macintosh floppy drive. Month. The early bugs and complaints have all been addressed, but developer Jim Drew keeps adding new capabilities to the emulation. If you have a modem, the updates are available free-of-charge from UU’s BBS, and from the online networks for the cost of a download. A-Max IV was upgraded to fix A4000 compatibility problems, but no new versions have appeared since. ReadySoft offers telephone technical support. UU does as well, and it also oilers support on Genie, CompuServe, and the Internet, with the board’s developer checking in daily to answer user questions. If you have an earlier A-Max product, the A-Max IV upgrade makes a lot of sense, and will perform admirably for productivity applications. If you’re starting from scratch, though, Emplant offers the most compatible emulation and the promise of new capabilities to come. ¦ Denny Atkin is an associate editor at OMNI Magazine and author oj Denny Atkin's Best Amiga Tips and Secrets. Send your comments and suggestions to him via e-mail at Den nyAmiga@aoL com. 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Composing Your Components l lie first and simplest thing you can do to dress up a gallery display is to feature the computer itself as an art object. Place it on a clean, painted pedestal as though it were sculpture. On the other hand, you could conceal the CPU inside a pedestal, and then showcase the active monitor on top. In either case, cables can feed through a hole in the pedestal to the computer. One or more pedestaled monitors arranged like this in a gallery setting can have a powerful effect on the senses if the lighting is well handled. I have found it best to have very low ambient light in the area and use tight, soft spots aimed from the ceiling to fall on the top rear of each stand. This avoids having any light strike the monitor face and preserves a brilliant screen while giving presence and focus to each display. The trick to all of this is to think at three levels. First, plan the artistic content of what the computer is showing the audience. Second, and just as important, think of an effective display of the computer itself as an object of interest just as though you were arranging a group of “ready-mades” for exhibition. Instead of soap boxes or basketballs, you are displaying monitors. Third, think of the entire gallery space the layout of the room, how you want traffic to flow through the exhibit, the lighting, the music, and all the other details. It is the composition of the room itself that will hit the viewer first and set the initial impression. I Beyond these gallery fundamentals, there is a lot you can do with the monitor itself. The Amiga has always been “video-friendly,” and with a little imagination yon can capitalize on that for sculptural displays. Instead of a standard monitor, think about running the display through a television set. I he trend in displaying computer graphics is to always seek bigger, brighter, highcr-resolution true-color displays. However, think instead of trying a choppier, low-resoluiion display lor some projects. Vintage black-and-white TV sets picked up at thrih stores or yard sales for a few dollars can be a real novelty in a genre where the audience expects the latest technology. N Of course, not every project lends itself to lo-iech display, hut consider it an option. Most Amigas have at least a black-and-white AY plug in the back from which you can play a video signal into any TV with AY inputs. For older I V sets (or newer Amigas with no video output) try the trusty A520 video adapter to feed v ideo and audio straight into any TV through the antenna input. Using the A520, you can add an inexpensive video splitter to run multiple sets from the same video source. This opens up the possibility of arranging a cluster of interesting old 1A' sets facing in different directions for display. That arrangement can become quite sculptural. The Rage: 2-Bit Encrusted Display Devices For an even more interesting look, ti try building a display device. The accompanying illustration shows a viewer I made for a recent exhibition. You don't have to he Mr. Wizard to build such a contraption. Most of what you see is nonfunctional. I bought a small $ 50 1A' set at the local How you physically present your computer art can be as important as its content when it comes to getting exhibited so save some creativity for your displays! Drugstore and encased it in old electronic junk from my scrap bins. On the 4-inch screen, 16-color grayscale images are crisp and sharp. Because of this, there is low storage overhead for pictures and animations. Impressive presentations can be run from even a single floppy. To build something like this, use a hot-gluc gun (available at any hardware store) and encrust any little TV set with old radio parts, circuit boards, model kits, wires, and so on. I protected part of the TV screen with masking tape and spray painted the set to blend it in with the rusty radio r tubes. If you have any skill with electronics, it is easy to add a few LEDs here and there that run from the same power source as the TV. These spots of light make the fake components seem functional. Be very cautious, however, about exploring any old electrical devices, as there can be dangerous voltage lurking in some components even if no power is present. The viewer you see in the illustration was part of an assemblage sculpture that included old books, my ceramic skulls ol alien creatures, dustv chemical bottles, star charts, and so forth. The concept of making the computer pan of a larger sculptural context can he visually powerful and may open gallery doors more easily than a simple display of a few computers and monitors. If you use your imagination, there are hundreds of ways you can disguise a IV set or computer monitor to look like something far more interesting. Projections, Reflections, and Other Neat Illusions Video projectors offer other possibilities. You can rig them for rear projection to get a huge display that can itself be integrated into a larger context. You can use combinations of mirrors to “pipe” a projected video image through a sculpture for an added illusion of depth at the final no, this is nor an Amiga i uoo monitor, bi electronic components. Using an A520 vi display device for an Amiga 4000 concea point of view. For example, project the display sideways behind the length of a display, then reflect it up and out to a rear projection surface for the audience. You can also project images onto a three-dimensional surface or even a moving object for interesting effects. Speaking of mirrors and reflections, you can create interesting displays by having a monitor facing up from floor level, hidden from the viewer. Its image can be reflected to the viewer from an angled piece of glass incorporated into the display. The advantage ol' glass over a mirror is that a person can also sec other display elements that lie directly behind the angled glass. Careful lighting and placement of the two displays can create some intriguing illusions in which reflected elements seem to float in space over the second display- One of the monitors can even display live a video feed from a camera small T er, the ; trained on the spot where a person must stand to view the exhibit. This can add immediacy to a sculpture and remove some of the distance we often associate with computer art. The possibilities for interesting displays are endless once you break away from thinking only about what is seen on the monitor and think instead about the overall physical exhibition. ¦ Joel Hagen's credits include work in art, astronomy, science fiction, and software development. Write to him at 10.512 Sawyer, Oakdale, CA 95361. Please include a stamped, self-addressed envelope for a reply. ORDER LINE-USA & Canada INTERNATIONAL ORDER LINE 412-962-0567 CUSTOMER SERVICE (412) 962-0535 CUSTOMER SERVICE HOURS io a.m. - 5 p.m. Monday thru Friday bmb %mn Realize the full potential of A 1200 with the DKB1202 expansion board. . 1 S peeds up math intensive operations, j a must have feature if you do any
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ALL of our software is guaranteed virus free> New version of a Best Seller! WblTSABC: Term 4.0 - i! You have ArrigaDOS 2- and a mooem, tnon this is THE program for you Term nas an Arex* port, senpts. Supports air poou'a' file wans 'er protocols ana much more! We wish ail progtams were this, good 3 disk set counts as 3 Newest Disks V013; Toaster Textures reflection maps, bump maps, surfaces ana scents for bghiWave VC12; MamActOr - An mat cn processor. Reads wr its con- veds many animation picture formats and supports many crzpn cs boards very nce' V B14E: ImagoKnile Loacs IFF. Jpeg. GIF images wi;h manipulation like rotaiion, nose, filters, halftoning, pnoizing, edge detection ano more Requites Workbench 3* W6t 45: Big Dummies Guide 10 ifte Interne) An interactive AmigaGuide to the informal on highway and how lo lap if WB144: Molecule CPK renCers space filling rooresonl.itions ol atoms and molecuies Reg's WB3 0* & Hard drive Wbi43; ViowTek THE definitive o spiay miMy. Versions irc'uoed for Amiga, DCTV. EGS. FC24, Picasso. OpalviSidn, Refina. IV24. Also ir-ciudes new MakeArrmT utility, WB142; JCGraph A beautiful graphic package, pie charts. 3D chans o' an Types, expons EPS iff i Draw2000 lormats1 V7BI41ABC0: Amiga Verse Search The Authorized 1611 King James Bib p on me1 Complete cross-relerencmg to all woras is included Requires WB! 3- and 2 floppy enves WBI40: Mr, Backup A powerful nard-crive backup ut''7 wr.h tyl tgpe qrive Support Formally commercial1 Req WB2» Fdt02AB: SlarWolds - A *un achon adventure snoa; em-uD win killer grapn es-based or the Sta? Wars saga. Rea t MB Chp RAM lor PAL Mode FD101: WipeOut.Dofonder Dsferder is a virtually perfect clone of the original. Wipeout 15 a multi-scrolling shoot'em up wiin great graphics ana smooth animation. Requires tMB FolOO: Pengo II A clone of the original coin-op classic. Requires 1MB chip RAM for PAL mode FD99; The Shepherd A killer cicne great graphics ano sound etfu Quire toB FD9SABC: Klondike AGA - So! Outsundmg hi res AGA graphics1 Runs n nulhscanfl vty PAL S"ree" jode FD97: Bonanza Bad!esh®i-a battleship game Tan* n Stuf-seei anq cestro, n aKol 4-W3vscT m o"b Mi eS'.ones-o ay Mi e Bou'nes wa>rtsi Gaactoid-a galai-an type game FD96: Tetris Duel AGA - Tne r- x! Ge-'eration T*tns..2 players can piay head fa head and sabolage each other1 GrelL graphics for AGA machines! Re At200 or A40jjB OD93: Magic User Interlace Greafl Ms evij Mfir Auto Screen.Window Foni sensilve mi teces onomRfmorei ? D92; Developer Contains Ihu olficlal Commodor® develop ers kits for ihe AmigaGuide and Commocore trratiill Utilltes a must have tor all SC-r.Ous deve opers Fun Disks FD7: Pacman ¦ This dis* contains several pacman type games including: PacManS7, MazeMan and Zomx. FD11: Las Vegas and Card Games - Las Vegas C’aps - The ces: Las Vegas Craps s mulaion every wntten far any computer Contans extensive help features. Also Thirty One.VideoPcker and more FD12AB: Slar Trek, Tho Game - This tS by far the boil Slar Trek game eve1 written for any computer II features mouse control, good graphics, d g tized sound effects and great game- play. Counts as 2 d-sks. Req 1Mb and two drives (or hd|, : I0M • Not onp, bui tne running ai M5-C if! Comer-complete w dnves tf>Jo 72CK IBM out our IJC-Yask emulator on our DevV are Video page' FD13: Board Games - McI~ti FD17: Educational Gamea Hhridud** S*vttH games fdr youngsters me ud ng qeBraphy matn. Sdar » and wo'd games, aiso includes Wheyy ¦Fonune FD20: Tactical Games MrWiForcs; A gam a«lmulatp'> ccrcat defweer two or ma-efcni words can ! Beg n to g ve you the feel cfBfoting a3Q - 40 loot tall, fire breathing, earth $ hak.ng coiosfflf that obeys your evea whim. FD33: Arcade Games ¦ Ffrpfiy a Mario Brothers npe of game, Gerbils a large! Praciqfcgame. P oeLme a Brman interpretation of Pipe Dreams. 1 a tight o&t&lri&i. And Wetroids a wonderful vers on of Avoids vwfraTiilariOUS IwlS! F038; Games ¦ Cribbnge MasterWA. Greal crlbbage garw and tutor, Spades - a well done card ime. ChmeseCftuckers A ccmpuler version ol this classic. Ru7Z ¦ a slide piece auzz'e game and construct-on set WB1G5AB: Workbench 2+ Extras 2 Tf-rt set contains 1ft* programs nat should have been included w th WB2+ These powerful utilities tan* fw' advantage ol |ft* many new eapab-iities m.at are avaiatt* in Workbench 2., Includes Tod Manager - -i wonderful utility t& ,I 30 prograrr-i to your TOOL menu, Virus Protection ¦ Degrade! Icon - Enhances Worfrbnntfi’n "Snow Air to dltplny Over 40 distinct icons tor d.tlernni type-, ol files Bitmap Font Editor, Scteon Bankers • pin Irpctal; and spliner; .id .warming dues I RequdSlflf Enhancers and CPU Bid Two rtisk set, counir. Ai two Order Toll-Free (800) 879-0759! Fax orders inquiries: 619-679-2887 Check out our DevWare Video ad for order info, or $ 2.95* ea. 20-29 Disks S3.45* tta. 11-19 Disks Guarantee - We believe so strongly in our product that we offer a full lifetime, complete satis'action guarantee. No questions asked. F039A4B: Star Trek. The New Generation • Th-s is a ccm- petely dirfereni version of S:ar Trek than that found on FD12. Tn .5 one was created oy the German author Tobias. Excellent"! Counts as two disks Requires 512k FD50: Submarine Game - Seaiance one and a bait years in the making, tn s is an outstanding submarine tactical game. Commercial quality. Highly recommended. FD85ABCD: AmlgaWorld'a Bo«l These lour disks contain the honest p d games' Includes Mother Lode, Mona. Minefield. Poing, Intruder Alurt, Deluxe PaeMan, Rocky and Super Artillery (see Dec. ’92 AmignWortd) Four disk set. FD57. Arcade Games - Includes 2 truly commercial cualily games MegaBall, a- Arsa-c a si game, features 5 musical scores and acccting gameptay Gravity Attack ¦$ a psychad&i* i»c frip through several c tferent worlds each drttereni. FD59; Game Potpourri Xenon III s an almost exact cicne o* the con-mercia. Game o’ the same name a great shectemup. Crosswo-d wil ia e lists ot words S automatically generate word-search puzzles for any Epson compatible primer. FD6i: Games ¦ Solitaire, great grapmcs. Plays two versions. Kitde. An Interesting piece of eye candy Extreme Violence; 2 player kill or be kil'ed game. YATC; A Toths clone with Artifical Intelligence Genesis; creale realistic 3d fractal worlds. FD62; PomPom Gunner. An exrreme y smooth and wel! Cone World War II gunner simulation Req 1 megapyte of memory. FD67: Arcade • Includes Liamairon a well-done Robotron' clone Hate is a ¦terrific" Zamon clone with multiple ieve's worlds and smooth diagonal scrolling a 10' FD69; MlndGames ¦ Had enough of shoot em up games’ Re ax ano let r-eso 2t games e«erdse yout mmq instead ai yOur wriSL FD73: Arcade Series • Intruder Alert! Is a MULTl-level ’Berserk" done Features smooth gamepay. Great graphics A d g t zed souro I x FD74: Arcade Series - RingWar is an ’Outer Limits' done with vectorized graphics. MctherLode is a ’Lode Runner" cone with 50 levels' In BlitzTanks. They re coming at you from a I directions!' Gall in air strikes and use your heavy artillery to survive' F075: Arcade Series - Descender 15 a dOG| of the osspfo arcade game Tempesi". Compi |vecWiz rd gj Rics. Tanx is the classic taltle a®Sf0OTri«s and inertia (wTween I"-i dBtk’ we Bonn' Search Is a maBgamc- mduoed Vi level m tmta Tan iBquirq; tjfgcWpmemo Pat Aq'«i ¦ F3f7: Arcade Saftes - Gafca 92 is .1 cone ol f’ v%cade galfe with sevg Bpamep'ay»pfianceme-'!s--with smoo crth. 03 j ertZW! 'ers*on 0 Tt B A >n wffia m rquer FdaifcuperGames ¦ Some of the b«sf games-Donkey Kcrg Is beBr than Ihe eng nal with an extra twirl* Frantic Freddie and Trn lBlazer are bolh lasl-a vd arcade games Mad Bomt)«' is tne clas tyuna ot -KiiBoifcm" redor.o with an Amiga tla*e ftn "re o*c -Henti FD82: ininipid - In the Arctc Ice. You control a JinRn a mission 10 resdjjB tetages n this superbly cra'led jg-iga ongina FD84; GawsJ Deluxe PacAfa better :h J ne onamal” 20- mazcs Bpecai custemtr.g grwtics. Th -kAman a™ the dassc game ot coneemra®--wi8t D rs- tully drawn H»s images B FD3E UcheSISL- The strongest pay r-g Che trooram avail- able lor the A*3 periqc Req 60030. V JbbenqhS*. 4M6' RAM O' more Bpoans AGA (rpq 0MB 1 FO07; OXYD- ¦convtwca quality gamJBmiar to Man»e Madness m nanM«ys. Bui .mows two compuiern to i nk 4 cay together ..see nopmany 01 Ihe 200 andscapes you can ccm- plele wthout having to get Ihu h.ml book' FO88: AmyBoulderdash • a clone of tho original classic., extremely well done complete with level editor, 2 complete sets of levels ane a level editor. Requires WorkMrtch 2*1 FD89; Kastle Kumquat ¦ A thoroughly enterta'I ffnxi Chal-I 'eng rg mare adventure g | tfBBttu£>dtracund graph! ¦OS Ree s 1 MB CnpR tflp PAL model FD9Q Conquest i Dominion • Conqueuho kncwr-mprio arJ Menra n dominion u JP;-a rr croCoim AeconO”' C rvwa a FD91; Popeyc A jSw ol the original cas- c- rT.iga" jptyle w in enna'ioecBaphics Req ’MB Bp RAM FD92: Blast etn ¦ coBuns Scorcnec T.ir Bi tank batte%tfi Uunstc we-asbns defies & •g'eaf Gaacto c &i!di. A' Space invaclu gatnm Ppeiety Amiga-t zeo.
N) 3: Mega MSA - This is the one you’ve been wailing '¦ Updj(BiM»dk your socks off I THE best p. d game far iimAmiga. Req.'5 W02* & 1MB ram Show off thaf AGA FD94: Scorched Tanks • completely updated and compatible with AGA 3 Ol 60 different ways lo b ow each other away1 An outstanding game cl angles, traiwclones 5 unique a*senals‘ FD95: Deluxe Galaga - You should be paying 540 bucks for this one' Ai kinds of power-ups and nky smooth motion Req S 1 M3 Chip RAM (Fat Agnus) for PAL Mode Workbench Disks W84;Telecom.munication ¦ Th.s disk ccrtta ns several excellent pd ccmmurecabon o-cgrams Access l 42 Ccmm 1. 34 5 Handshake 2.12a See also WBI02 & WB1I5. WB5: Fonts 1* 35 bitmap fonts Also ircluded are five PageStream tents.and ShowFont - a font disqlay program WBE: Fonts 2 - ShowFont allows yCu !0 quickly ano painlessly view all 256 characters in n typical lont. Includes large AmigaDOS system lonfs (many up to 56p!S). VVB7: Clip An - This disk is loaded wilfi black and while clip an. An includes, irees. Watches, tools. US and State m3ps. Ana more WB9: Icons Truly a multitude of various types and kings Also mcfudes IconMester, tccnlao. Arc oiners great utilities to heipgeno'ale icons. WB12: Disk Utilities - This great cisk rs loaded wilh wonderful utilities for everyth rg including making disk labels, d.sk cataloging. 0‘5k optimizirg, disk ana file recovery archive ana otga- nizmg. A«o all sons o! Fife manipulation, A must have! W813AB: Printer Drivers and Generator - over 70 ct rierent drivers (includrg HP LaserJet 3 A 4'), also includes a printer- driver generator Two c s set counts as two WS15: Business - This Ci5k contains a spreadsheet, a database, a project time management program ana * nanc-ai jnays s (stocks) WB18: Word T**i Processors - Thu c-sk contains me dost editors Includes TexlPiuS (v2.2e) a full featured wore processor. Ome(vl 35) a great programmers editor with strong macro features ToxED(v2 8| an enhanced Emacs type editor, and a spell checker WB22: Fonts 3 ¦ 5evera more great fonts. These, like the oiher tom disks work great with Dpain; and WYSIWYG word processors. WB23: Graphics and Plotting • Pioi. A 3-D mathematical fund on plotter. Can plot ary user defined function, BezSurf2 • produce awesome pictures of objects one could turn on a i3tne Can aso map IFF image Wes onto any surface mat i can draw Now compatible wth most 3D packages, ana Vscreen . Makes a vrrfual Screen anywhere WB25: Educational - On this a sk are two programs that can generate naps of differing types. Wor d Data Base uses the CIA's oata base to generate detailed maps of any entered user global coordinates A'so Parade* a great demonstration of Aioert Einstem Genera' Theory of Refattvity. WB27: Nagel ¦ 26 Patrick Nagel pictures cf beautiful women Special Product •New Release!! QT3: The A64 Package Version 3 - A very complete Commodore 64 emulator. Supports any CPU and is fully compatible with WB1 3 & 2.0 and now 3 Ol This version includes a special adaptor that will allow you to connect your £4's 1541 disk drive to your parallel pon of your Amiga for total emulation. Ai -new transfer software1 Special price S59.95 -with hardware WB33 Circuit Board Design - several ternl-c routines for the electronic enthusiast Including PCBtool • a circuit board design tool. Log cLab ¦ circuit 'og c tester, and Mead (i 26) a wen done new release ol this PD CAD program now comes wilh predrawn common circuit comaonents for insertion into schematics. WB35: 3D Graphics - This disk conta ns Ofonts • Full vector ‘ont set for use with 3d programs, FontMaker - make 3d fonts 'rom any system fbnt. Make3DShape - create 3d Shapes tiom any mage DumptolFF - create 3d animations presa-ves pallet. W0T'rC3d • a demo o' a from enc ‘or use with DKBRender. WB36: Graphics - On this d ss are several p-og-ams to creale Stunn=ng graphical images including. Mpath - creates swifting galaxy •mages. Roses - p'CCuce an un I'm teo number of variations Of mages that a symiretncally s.mlaf to a rose. S.mGen d splay Itiose spectacular mages as par! C! You' workbench, and RoyShade - a very good raylraong program, cr your own beautiful 3d graphic mode s with gno' WB37; Educational EdJC Mftames and pjzzies thai cover mathjtijjography. Speing. And books. Aqfc 6 * 15 WB43; Butifneis • This Cs«pntairrs AniilytiCaic Brbbaby ntouqgsl pcwurlul spreadshiH progum on the Am A. A full featured sprSdshee: w ih r-jja>y feat es expected ifln com
- ¦- cuii pac- aL Rt*q ’ : f.‘|9 ¦ WB46: Clip Bh - HignReJpp Ad f0mo fotiO’w -a ¦atrft * embeII1 sftmontwbordgrs, cjdlds ,...), people, & transfr&tion WB47 > A rB Hi res cl >sM Motfs - hair,Rafting, summer Yi'BjipBCtip An fHves c fm. Met ts - He cays. Mu*kc. Meo jg indnwc WB53; Graphics - Raytraong programs generate aosolutely stijm-'-ig realistic looking planes, rockets. Ou;:dmgs ... and sue-
• eal images C-' ight is me most powerful EASY-TC-USE cl t's kna we have seen to date This is easily better, and more full featured, than similar commercial programs costing m the hundreds of dollars Amtt’SMovio - a tuH featured vcoo lexi filler S'mil nr to ProViflp, Broadcast Tiller. Great video IdtfMig. Wipes, special iwcts, and more 854; Printing • This » cootaihs several routines to help .'¦Ik ihe chore of o'lntingBpcludes Gothic • Finally a Banner b-mr tor the PD' PnmSiAo -a well impiementeo all-purpose prAef-utn ly with a very a|rnfonable graaM irrter'ace and maBr advances features. LB- w-ft tiles to 3 W«bAp) iilP Co l - a fun feat-reo disk copier. Irakljteckups ot copy protectee disks. RoaoRoute - find the 3u ckWnt rbul* Hem one cty 10 another, highway descrpt on included Diary - a diary program I we ’Dcugy Hcuser M D Cal a calendar program, Magman - a database tailored for articles ana pubtication.s W057; Animation ¦ Th 5 0>Sj vera OeT»arwn*rions Including. Bimef. Loi y. fiST.v e bqe*. AnAeromorph. W062: blidt-fJ tint res L Several useful midi uli !V inducing, crograrriwS:IransleJttFand from sevarai music pjjpgrams lo rrtci a rwi sysex Ottfdier. A midi reccrcfcr with : rrfcase, display m® inlo f®sequence piayer.fcnd a ha scores WB53. Hsk Utiiidpb 03 Several h grtafecorr ’’ •%ed ffcms t®id in terming duplicate ! Your hfld drive. PltormB Me bacl ps, Binaryed faSf formatting, til* re ver)ManfS lorc drsk' WB Cn of corrupt asks Wbfc: (cons 2 Lot s of real ©ns Also, several wcnaerfui progVrts rhftf 10 let you create yeur own icons, moody ano mar p3Pt He icons arq ttifo structiu'es. WB69; Music 90 minutes 0! Classical anc modern elecfron.c muse lor you Am ga V7675: Music - Over :00 nstfumer.ts files, fins!) And sample sound Wes (ssi WB79; Homo 4 Business Accounting Incudes Ckbacci ¦ 3 checkbook balancer. LCDCalc - this well dcno calculator has a very largo display and operates from ihe keyboard o* mouse, Mileage master ¦ monitor your automobile mileage with Ihis mileage log. Grammar ¦ a grammar checker, and Woridtlrm* - find out whfll time it is m up 10 50 global Git « V B81: Great Applications - DataEasy a very easy to use. Database program Don't let the ease o' use tod' ycu th s is a very fu featured database p'ograrn including fu l printer centra for add'OSS labels and rrjl merge appl canons Also includes TypeTul a good typing Tutor, RLC a lull lenturod label prmier Banner, a multi lont banner maker and Budget a homo accounting m a program, Highly recommended V B82: Animations - Four full length well done "mov e' style animations. Including. Coyote. Jugglerll. GhosTPool. A Mechanix 2 disks. Counts as 1. WB93; Workbench 1,3 Extras *2 Contains the unities that Commodore should have shipped with mo Amiga; VirusXA o, Snap. FixDisk irocovor corrupl dtr'oioc files). Disk Optimizer ((loppy A hard), Machlll (screen blanker holkey, mouse accel.. macro, clock utility). GOMF fa gurubusterjand PrinlSludio WB95; Checkbook Accountant 2,1 - Definitely commercial grade; we’ve seen many checkbook programs and mis is the best, Full budgeting, transaction recording A report generation. WB9S: Dupers - Contains Xcopylll A Sib which will backup copy-protectee programs FreeCopy removes copy protection Iron severa programs, and SuperDuoer w.tl crank-out fast AmgaDOS o»«s WB102; Telecommunications - Cor,tans the programs Ncomm 2.0 and VtiOO 2SB Zmooem protocol. XPR protocol support full VTTOG emulation Ncomm's scoot language is so powerful I! Can create a lull-featured BBS system. WB106: Home Manager - This is a g-eat all-in-one address book with ar auiodtalerfnotepaa'to-cro I st appointment sched- ulerrhome inventory database and phone number dialer. WB109: VerseWlse Display, search and print Tne New Testament WB1! 3: Sid II - Why pay 40 bucks for a directory utility, when this ore will do it all plus much more1 A truly professionat-cal- ¦oer prog'am. Sa i was our oesT. No»* comckerefy rewritten Sid 2 wtfl astound you WB114: Fonts 4 • Contains 36 bitmap system fonts WBI16: Databases This is what you've been waiting tor* Contains 5 uniquely speca irod database programs for tracking: Videotapes. CD s, Magazine Articles, Comic Books and Trading Carcs! WB120: Grinder * a complete graphics conversion package that supoorU GIF's. Jpeg, Neocflrome. Degas. PCX. Targa. TIFF HAM-E ar.d IFF forma! Pcturos An invaluable tooi for all desktop-videographors and desktop publishers WB118: Amiga Boglnnnr You ns«-*d far iff Acomp'ufe luta'ia! !op tne nnflf on using the Amiga Slans you o'f a: The- powiifsw tcfi and fakes you through 'a The CliShe i and all po MS in between Bonus1 Asa intiuded a'O ’8- co’ar icons lo rep ace nvny can m your 2.0* Workbench WB121; ProPage3 4 Enhsncer This disk contains over 40 ‘Gen es' for use with PrcPage 3*. Meudmg useful ones like Make Pie Chart and Resize Text to fit Bo* tc name 3 few Also includes structured A bitmap c. pan for unique borders .3 must haw tor ail Ppage 3 users WB122: System Optimizer ¦ Kccnmodity enhances your system, gives memory meters, mouse keyboard enhancements. Onl ne timers plus many others , loo numerous to lisil Reorg will Optimize hard And floppy d'Sks for a big Speed increase HDMem will allow you to use up to 2 megs of hard- drwe space tor virtual memory! (Req 68020* w>MMU) AI! Programs require 2.0*. WB123AB: Flags of ihe World same as WB124. Bui for Workbench 1,3. Req. TMB 2 disk set, counts as two WQ124: Flags ol the World - Two mcdes dick and learn 0* a game to test your knowledge Gleai graphics-fantastic learning icc-. Has current Russ'O A Yugcs'avia republics. Rea Workbench 2.0* 4 iMB RAM WB127: Blinkers - Ovrv 20 d-fr r«rt Screen bankers Most run on Workbench 1.3* .a rew require 2 0- WB123: ColorFonta - contains 12 color b tmap forts for use with Dpamt or any software that supports ColorFoms WB129; Super Virus Killer From Safe He* Int l. wno cata- ogs and kills Amiga Viruses worww'de a ccmo'ete virus system that knows ail Amiga vruses., updated often. Reo. WB 2- WB130: TcolManger 2 ¦ The ultimate fool manager far your Workbench. Add animated icons, sound effects and Cocks' of programs to your WB very uselull Req 2 0- and hard drive. WBU1: Magic Workbench Make your 2 C s* Workbench iQfriP wi’h stylo with these 8-colot Orlheied icons Easy aufo- instalis in minutes Req s WB2 04- and hard drive WB132: Canon Studio Version 2 - Special printer Preferences eotor ano drivers tor BJC 6CD. 800 A 8B0. LBP. At. A2. BJC 800. BJ 5. TO. 20. 200. 230. 300. 130 YVB133: Panasonic Studio ¦ Specai pnnier Prefererces edt* tor and driver system for ail Panasorrc 9 A 24-p n printers. WB134: 3.0 AGA Blanker - B itz3 nker for WB3 0- 14 different btansers tc really show off ycur AGA machine! WB135: 3-C Extras a1 ¦ 13. Utilities lor WB 3.0 Sevor3! Must- haves for getting the most out ol your new graphics modes1 WB137: The Arexk Guide Full AmgaGude (inc.) Documeni to teach ycu AroxxM! Tip-filled wilh easy x-referencmgi WB13B: 3.0 Extras 02 • Anolher d sk ctiockod lull ol utilities to unleash the power of Workbench 3.0 and AGAII WB139: MIDI Performance Manager Utility to manage a MIDI synthesizer and other MIDI equipment Requires WB 2* DD54; Compression - The beflile compression programs ana sos for fhe Amiga IndudeBArc. Lharc. Lhwara. Pkax, PowerPacker a must have By»ll, Zip, Warp, and Zee DD71AB: C Cg.tsftmtfE'd d sBconiains DICE. Matthew D C CvpH«r 4 environment 2 flfcxs Tountsas 2 % OD73abcd: ffilga "C" TulorlaBt Thta is the most com prebensive C I tmuago--Amiga orrenf -set of tutorials available, Includes all working examples otuce code and an ticredtbie set onssons included fiW Jrscuss ons and ¦samples for Anflga programrmng ®isk set, counts as 3. DO36: The Prog wnmer Inc udes GWTools arc REQTools ¦uch wii a!ow • .Mbcreate your user interfaces and then tne program wll automaiicafiy generate "C* source code or Assent v-ccce Requires, and writes code for. A gaP052* D069: Uedit - Prcoab'y the most pcwert -ext editor far the Amiga Previously commercial, now pubi-c domain. 1 MB OD91: ParBench Ajiows you to easfy correctmerworn two Am gas CDTVS together and Share storage devices Req'i custom cable (docs to make cable ibcluded-easy). DD90: Advanced Utilities - ConpressDisk coudles the capatty of your nara-dr ve on tne fty with co“p-e.ss sn'' Also contains; disk optimizer. SCSI mount utility. Keyrnap editors. Enforcer. Undelete? 4 more Most programs require 2 0+ Video Disks V06: Modeling Objects Contains 20 vector objects In Imagine format These are pertect for use wilh lmag-ne or oiher com- pat b?e product Includes Amiga 3000, space station and many more' V07: StarTrek Objects * Domains ne USS Re iant. NCC- 1701 -D (orr the Next Generation), a Ferengi Marauder ship As an adced bonus, contains a fully ceta ed Porsche 91 ’ and Apacne Attack helrcopter-ati m Imagine fcrma! VOS: Imaging Included on this d-s are the md spensmle utiities. Rerc24. TfewTek anq me J°EG unities. Rend24 »s nvaiuab'e far 24 pit animators anowrg for previews cn AGA and nqn-AGA Arr gas V ewTek ptayS back anims of al sods tnclud rg Anm 5. 7 and 8 formats VO10: Iccons - A spline based object modeller for Imagine Also includes Imagine Stagin Editor Requries 68020- V011; T3DLIb Converts Imagine objects back and forth to Ihe popular Textual TDDD iTTDDD) format, PRODUCTIVITY Address-lt! Vl .5 .. .....S27.99 HD Backup 45,99 41.99 AmiBack v2.0 .... AmiBack Tools . Am Back'Am Back Tools Bundle Bundle Saves $ 19 19!.....72 49 Awesome Tools!.....34 99 34.99 7699 Batch Factory 1.1 ...... CrossDOS v5.Q w Cross PC...... DevPac 3 Assembler Directory Opus v4.12 Distant Suns v5 0 ..... 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2. 0 3.0 compatible. Hard-drive installable. Not copy protected. Accelerator compatible. Minimum systemi 1MB chip RAM, bard drive. Recommended system: Same as minimum. Powerful game-development tools for the Amiga. The GameSmith Development System (GDS) is a set of tools designed for writing games in C or assembly language. It frees you from worrying about the gritty details of animations, collisions, sounds, and having to reinvent the wheel with numerous programming details. You also needn’t concern your- self that the finished version of your Amiga game will work with the version of AmigaDOS you intended for it all routines have been tested with many different configurations. Extra-Large Developer The GDS includes five disks of files. Two files form the core: a standard Amiga- link library and a sophisticated object tool. Three of the five disks are filled with example programs that use GDS, including one complete game and some impressive demos. The remainder of the disk space is occupied by include files and a utility (with source code) for encrypting and decrypting sound and graphics. The documentation for GDS fills more than 325 spiral-bound pages, and is split into three parts (User’s Guide, CITAS and Library Reference), each one individually indexed. Unfortunately, there is no master index. If you’ve read the Amiga ROM Kernel Manuals (RKMs), you'll he right at home with the GDS manual. The Library Reference is simi- j lar to RKM: Autodocs 8c Includes, while the User’s Guide is similar to RKM: Libraries. The CITAS section of the manual describes the use of the CITAS (originally an acronym for “Convert IFF To Assembler Source") object tool. Although there are no tutorials, it provides a well- written and clear reference. Don’t expect a quick glance at the manual to suffice; you’ll have to browse through include files and scour the example code in order to fully understand GDS. If you’ve t 4 sought freely distributable source code and a more narrative introduction than that provided by the RKMs, you’ll probably wish for the same with GDS. Image Handling The link library is about 92 K, not all of which is necessary for your programs. Included are functions to manipulate displays, backgrounds, graphics, animations, sound , timers, joysticks, and most of the other commonly programmed items. Automatic collision detection provides system calls to your custom colli- J J sion handler. The CITAS object tool lets you load images and animations created in your favorite paint program. You can manipulate the ANIM cells through copying, repositioning, rotating and flipping, and can set options for transliicency, CPU or blit images, display priority, and a number of other parameters. You can even create complex animation objects by combining several simple animations. CITAS lets you define sophisticated collision tables and areas. A collision table is a list of names and masks. You might have names such as “head,” “foot,” and “sword,” and a mask that indicates that two feet or two swords can’t collide with one another, but that they can collide with anything else. A collision area is a rectangular area that you define graphically, and then label from within your collision table. When you’re finished, CITAS saves your objects as C or assembler code, or as separate files to load into a game of your own design. GDS is fairly system friendly. 1 did, 4 4 4 however, notice Enforcer hits when the computer was running low on chip memory or loading large images, but not while it was running the demos. Game Over Professional game developers use their own custom development systems, often Continued on p.48. TO ORDER CALL 800-544-6599 MON.-FRI. 9-8, SAT. 9-5 CST customer Service 414-548-8125 -fax 414-543-8130 wLWI Supra corporation SupraFAX Modem 14.4 Ext 189.00 SupraFAX Modem 14.4 LC Ext 145.00 SupraFAX V.FC 28.8 Ext 269.00 Zyxel 1496E ffflobotics Sportster 14.4 Ext FAX 149.00 Sportster 28.8 V.FC Ext FAX.259.00 Courier V.32 Terbo Ext FAX..389.00
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29. 00 0 Copyright 1994. TcchWnicrc Inc. AJI Rights Resolved DKB MegAchip Expands your Amiga 500 or 2000 to 2Mb of Chip-RAM, great for all graphic applications, including the Video Toaster, Included is the DKB board w 1Mb of additional Chip- RAM and a 2Mb Agnus. Complete with manual for easy installation. $ 199.95 DKB A2632 RAM Board A 32-bit RAM Expansion Board for the CBM A2630 Accelerator Card. Allows 32-bit RAM beyond 4Mb, expandable to 112Mb using 32-bit wide SIMMs, Faster than RAM on A2630 and full Burst Mode support. Perfect for Video, Graphics, Animations, and DTP. $ 189.00 Options: Add4Mb RAM- $ 159.00 Add 8Mb RAM - 309.00 Add 16Mb RAM - $ 599.00 Add 32Mb RAM-$ 1179.00 DKB A1240 Board A multi-function board for the Amiga 1200. Includes: 68030 for up to 6 times faster speed: room for up to 128Mb of 32-bit RAM using one industry standard SIMM; clock- calendar. Add an optional Math-Co up to 50Mz. Features an expansion connector for an optional SCSI controller. 1240 40Mz EC CPU - $ 249.00 1240 2QMzRC CPU -$ 199.00 Options: Add 33Mz 68882 FPU - $ 79.00 Add 50Mz 68832 FPU - $ 109.00 Add 1Mb RAM-$ 49.00 Add 2Mb RAM - $ 89.00 Add 4Mb RAM-$ 159.00 Add 6Mb RAM - $ 309.00 Power Point HD Internal Floppy Accepts DD 880K disks or HD
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3. 1 OS Kit - $ 159.00 DKB 4091 SCSI Controller High-Performance. DMA. Fast SCSI-2 controller lor 2orro3 expansion slots. Includes SCSI internal connector, ribbon cable. & hardware to install a 3.5* HD on the board and a high-density SCSI-2 external connector. $ 349.95 Super Bundle Purchase the 4091 and 3128 at the same time for a special price of: $ 479.00 Disk Expander This software doubles the capacity of your floppy or hard drives. Easy to install and works without notice, in the background. Compression ratios very from 30% to 70%. $ 39.95 GVP A500 HDB Plus We have acquired the tasf batch of GVP's best selling A500 peripheral. It will hold any size SCSI HD and 2Mb, 4Mb, or 8Mb of RAM. It's own Power Supply Is included. One Year Warranty by GVP. Hurry, as supplies are limited. GVP A500 HD8 Plus w no HD$ 199.95 w 17QMb Quantum HD add 215.00 w 270Mb Quantum HD add 259.00 w 540Mb Quantum HD add 389.00 w 2Mb RAM add 86.00 w 4Mb RAM add 168.00 w 8Mb RAM add 319.00 A4D00 G-Force 040-40 GVP puts a 40Mz Motorola 040 in your Amiga (030 Or 040) & couples it with, up to. 32Mb ol super last SIMM32 memory, directly controlled by this blazing processor. G-Force A4000 040 4Q 40 4Mb $ 999.00 GVP SIMM 32 4Mb 60Ns 225.00 GVP SIMM 32 16Mb 60NS 999.00 A20DQ G-Force 040-33 Combo The ultimate combo: Motorola 68040 processor blazing at 33Mz with room tor up to 64Mb at fast 32-bit RAM; integrated SCSI2 interface; bonus lOExtender tor an extra parallel and buttered high-speed serial port. G-Force 040 33Mz 4Mb $ 1049.00 G-Force 030 40Mz 4Mtj RAM 649.00 4008 SCSI2 Controller Add up to 7 SCSI devices to your Amiga and smile. Provides room lor up to 8Mb of 16- bit RAM. GVP 4008 SCSI Controller $ 149.00 TBC Plus This pro quality (CCIR-601), all digital time- base-corrector uses siate-of-lhe-art 8-bit 4:2:2 video processing. Plus, it provides a real-iime video Irame-grabber and 16.7 mill color Irame-butler; a full SMPTE E8U time- code receiver generator and a comb tilter is available; will transcode composite and Y C inputs; a 3 channel video input switcher (in composite and Y C) ic provided: and programmable video special effects. GVP TBC Plus $ 599.95 G-Loek Connect to the world ot video with our built- in transcorder to convert input video to composite, Y C, RGB. Or YliV outputs! Includes dual-input audio panel. Full support AGA and ’classic' Amigas. SCALA users can purchase an EX module from SCALA. G-Lock • Specify NTSC or PAL $ 335.00 EGS 28 24 Spectrum Go beyond AGA Graphics with this realtime, 24-bit, true-cotor graphics enhancer. Programmable resolutions up to 1600x1280. 800x600 in 24-bit. Includes a custom pass-through cable lor single monitor use. Also includes EGS SpectraPaint, a GVP exclusive! GVP Spectrum 28 24 EGS 2Mb $ 379.00 1230 Turbo Accelerate your A120G up to 50Mz. Room for: up to 32Mb Of 32-bit RAM; an FPU; A1291 SCSI kit. 1230 SCSI Ser2 40Mz 4Mb $ 399.00 1230 SCSI Ser2 50Mz 4Mb 599.00 1291 SCSI Controller for 1230 95.00 FPU 50Mz lor 1230 Accelerator 115.00 DSSB* This is the quietest 8-bit sound sampler yet made. New 3.0 software supports direct to disk (hard disk) recording and playback. GVP DSS8* Sound Digitizer $ 79.95 M-TEC RAM This is a 2Mb RAM board for A500s. Mounts internally, in the trap door, and into your Gary IC socket, giving you 2Mb of additional fast-RAM. No soldering is required. $ 139.95 M-TEC AT-500 This Is a Hard Drive Sub-System plugging into the Amiga 500 expansion slot. Will hold any 2.5* or
3. 5* Hard Drive and it has room to hold 2Mb, 4Mb, or 8Mb RAM on the controller. A unique feature is a physical switch allowing you to mount an additional internal Kickstart ROM, such as 2.04 or 3.1, and still keep whatever ROM is in your A500. Also, the unit has an ON OFF switch to turn off the Hard Drive, if required. M-TEC AT-500 w No HD * $ 149.95 w 250Mb HD - $ 379.00 w 350Mb HD - $ 419.00 w 540Mb HD - $ 499.00 Options: 2Mb RAM Installed - $ 86.00 4Mb RAM Installed - 170.00 8Mb RAM installed - $ 309.00 Kickstart 1.3 ROM - $ 21.95 Kickstart 2.04 ROM - $ 32.95 Video Products Color Handscanner w OCR software $ 259 00
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57. 600. GVP ioExtender $ 109.00 2nd Serial Port for ioExtender 25.00 CO 1Mb Agnus 8372A $ 37.95 2Mb Agnus 83728 44.95 ~I~~ Super Denise 8373 28.95 C_j> CIA 8520 chip 13.50 Gary 5719 chip 13.95 Paula or Denise chip 18.95 O 1.3 ROM chip 21.95 H- 2,04 ROM chip 32.95 CO 2.05 ROM chip 34,95 Super Buster Rev 11 65,00 C-> W. D. SCSI Chip Rev BA 35.00 AMIGA M-TEC 680201 Turbo System This is the powerful, yet affordable, accelerator the average A500 user has been waiting fori Includes a 68020 CPU & 68881 Malh-Co, both running at 16Mz. Also included is a SIMM socket for up to 4Mb of 32-bit RAM. The board attaches to your Motherboard with NO soldering. Install disk and manual are included. $ 99.95 Options: 1Mb 32-bit RAM Module - $ 49.95 4Mb 32-bit RAM Module - $ 165.00 M-TEC T1230 28 RTC This is the powerful, yet affordable, accelerator the average A1200 user has been waiting for! Includes a 68030 CPU and 68882 Math-Co, both running at 28Mz. Also includes a SIMM socket for up to 8Mb ot 32-bit RAM. The board plugs into the Trap Door with NO soldering. A SCSI port is also provided, allowing the use of a SCS11 or SCSI2 HD, when this module is released in the near future. $ 169.95 Options: 1Mb 32-bit RAM Module - $ 49.95 4Mb 32-bit RAM Module -$ 165.00 8Mb 32-bit RAM Module - $ 319.00 Due to ad schedules, all prices are subject to change. We accept Visa, MasterCard, I Discover with NO service charge. We accept American Express with a 1.5% service charge. We also ship COD, accepting Cash, Certified Check, or Money Order. Minimum COD order is $ 50.00. Software and accessories shipping is $ 6.00. Hardware shipping is $ 6.00 for small items, $ 15.00 for Monitors. Call for larger items. COD add $ 5.00. Canadian, APO, & International orders are welcome. We will bill only for actual shipping charges & insurance at time of order. 15% re-stocking fee on all returns not exchanged for another item. Shipping charges are NOT refundable. Books A1200 The Next Step A1200 Insiders Guide Mastering Amiga DOS 3 Tutorial Mastering Amiga DOS 3 Reference Mastenng Amiga DOS Beginners Mastering Amiga AMOS Mastering Amiga C Mastering Amiga Printers Mastering Amiga Arexx Mastering Amiga System Mastering Amiga Assembler Amiga Assembler Insider Amiga Gamers Guide Amiga Workbench A-Z_ No waiting for your orders fo ship. Orders in by 2PM go out the same day: Second Day & Overnight shipping is available. International orders are shipped by Air Parcel Post, UPS or DHL. Domestic orders are shipped UPS.
• All orders are subject to credit card verification • Our Policies r i; v i i; w s From j). 44. Tailored to the needs of each project. For them, GDS might be a good prototyping system, possibly even a production tool. For those who want professional-quaIity tools and can’t write their own, GDS can save months or years of development. GDS is well suited for creating proles- sional-quality games that don't devour every Iasi CPU cvcle and bvte of mem- J ory. II you've mastered the basics of C and or assembly programming and continue to learn by reading reference material and example code. GDS could be your ticket to fame as a game developer. Dale L. Larson Video Escort 2.5 Mr. Hardware, $ x299.95 All Amigas.
1. 3 2.0 3.0 compatible. Hard-drive installable. Not copy protected. Accelerator compatible. Minimum system: Sbase4 Professional, 1MB, hard disk. Recommended system: 2 +MB. Customized Sbase4 Pro buslness- forms package for vldeographers. Anyone who has tried to make some money videotaping weddings or graduations can appreciate the logistical problems involved in coordinating such events. Organized as a series ol forms, Video Escort (VE) uses the power of Oxxi's Sbase4 Professional to maintain and coordinate several databases. Thus, lists of customers, employees, equipment, and locations can all be tied together with a few mouse-c licks. Video Escort Services Video Escort is supplied as compressed files on a single floppy disk. Flawless installation is bandied through a custom script. The first time VE is run. Certain defaults are set up, including the printer and vour company's name and address. All of the on-screen requesters for this operation refer you to specific pages in the manual if you need more information before making a choice. The Main Menu form gives access to each of the ren areas that make up the package. Most video-production jobs begin with a contract. A click brings up a four-page form, with each page having access to the appropriate database lor creating a contract, if the job is for a repeat customer, a few mouse-clicks will pull in the existing name and address information from your database. Select one of the preprogrammed event buttons, which you can customize for your own business. Likewise, you can retrieve locations from your database or enter them manually. After you select the j J employees and equipment needed for the job and the number and types of tapes the customer requires, VE figures a total price, adds the tax, and prints out a contract. After the tape has been shot, you can cheek the Library form for existing graphics and sound effects you may wish to add. This form also keeps track of your tapes, so that if someone comes back to you later for another copy, you can quickly find the original. Use the Editor form to make notes for editing the tape. The editor can note the type of music and graphics used, as well as track the job through the editing process. Use the Label form to print identifying labels for in-house use or O finished labels for vour customers. Because of the relational nature of Sbasc, you can also have the package print labels ahead of time for jobs you have scheduled. The Receipts form allows you to credit payments to the account, and the Information form helps keep track not only of the job status, but also of details such as who it was that referred the customer to you. The Reports selection provides thirteen separate reports, ranging from mileage figures to a listing of pending bookings. The Schedule form gives access to all upcoming evetus that have been booked. The Crew Manager form is given to the person in charge of a particular crew. This four-page form contains the details on the shooting location, space for directions, a list of the crew members who are assigned, and other details such as which cameras to use and how many batteries to take along. The last form available is the Maintenance form, which gives you the power to change any of the defaults you chose O J during the initialization of the package, flexibility is an important feature of VE. No two businesses operate in the same way, and you can customize the contract language and the different packages of services that are offered. Smooth Operator All of the forms operate in the same manner, either providing fields for you to fill in, or bringing up requesters for you to choose from. Anyone familiar » » with the operation of Sbase4 Pro will feel right at home. Navigation through and between forms is by gadgets, either advancing through a form or returning to the Main Menu before going on to another form. The only problem I encountered was related to Sbasc rather than Video Escort. Sbase allows you to set a default director)1, for the program to open to. I had Sbase opening to a different directory than the one in which VE was installed. While most people who buy this product probably will not install it in a directory other than their j main database lilcs, it is one of the few oversights in the otherwise complete manual. I he manual, composed of 125 loose-leaf pages in a hinder, contains several tutorials covering general lidH Inert fljieutttit Itfn K.i * | IHH3 Hr. Hiffcirr Sbase4 form used with Video Escort. Database skills, as well as specific Video Escort functions. 1 lie VE package requires a password before il will allow access. While this prevents casual access to your data, one of the items available through the Maintenance Form is the password you’ve chosen. Once the system is operating, anyone using it can reveal the password, and even il they don't change it and lock you out, your data is no longer secure. I think a better system would he to require the password once again when accessing the Maintenance Form, or at least to hide the password within this form, thus requiring you to enter the existing password before changing it. Due to the disk-intensive nature of databases in general, the fastest hard drive available will still seem slow on occasion. If your databases grow very large, you will have to resign yourself to wait as the system searches, and even to wait while VE switches between forms. Although many people just beginning a video-production business will not need all of the power and features offered by Video Escort, few will ever outgrow the capabilities of this package. 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This is a major step for the publisher, and it's bound to be a good time for us. Well done, Sierra, well done. And welcome back. What’s Up, Psygnosis? Psygnosis, the Liverpool-based publisher long a vital force in the Amiga market recently released in quick succession three games that are almost inarguablv the worst in its ncarlv Q O , decade-long history. That’s taking into account early releases like Bratacus and Deep Space, as well as acknowledged second- echelon games that used to be released via the Psyclapse label. Anti it also includes unfortunate recent experiments like Red Zone. What the dnnl lias happened to Psygnosis? Circumstance would seem Lo point a linger at parent corporation Sony, which bought the company in 1993, because all three games are licenses based on Columbia Pictures film properties arcaders and beat-cm-ups without a wit of originality or cleverness or any special affiliation to their source material. Bra.m Stoker's Dracula Bra m Stokers Dracula has been in die works forever. Contacts at Psygnosis suggested that the Amiga version might finally emerge as a hybrid of two earlier, artistically less-t ban- successful Dracula games: the sideview Sega beat-’eni-up and the IBM Wolfensiein-3D-like, free-scrolling action adventure. Unfortunately, the Sega game won out. (The IBM would at least have been a relative novelty on the Amiga.) There’s not much to it . The appeal of the quasi-realistic character and the sepia-tone backdrops will last about five minutes. Then the monotony of the laughter, the disembodied sounds, the oddly mincing movements, the trivial opponents, and the unlikely challenges begin to set in. Score: L). Last Action Hero Last Action Hero is simply a Double Dragon clone, with none of the artistry (albeit it crude) that those games sometimes exhibited. The character looks more like James Caan than Arnold’s Jack Slater. The scenery and opponents have almost no variety. It's like playing in your sleep the same game repeating over and over again and if that sounds like a description of a nightmare, well, so be it. Score: D-. CUFFIIANGER If good movies made for good games, then Cliffhanger should have been a great mountain-climbing adventure. As it happens, it’s the most abysmal thing Psygnosis has ev er laid claim to and the worst major-label Amiga game I've ever seen: a tiny character, moving awkwardly over untntimidating terrain, dodging clumps of snow, and punching hawks and wolves (which are indistinguisable by color). Ocean, which has a history oflame film licenses, could do far better than this. In fact, there’s much better stuff in PD. Score: F. ? 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Every step Psygnosis took was a benchmark, even' footprint rimmed in gold. But market forces being what they are, Psygnosis’ agenda has increasingly slipped in recent years toward the IBM and the consoles. Its Amiga games over this period have been plentiful and not hall bad (until this current crop of (ilm- based mutants), but they’ve become increasingly trivial, and that mission-like sense of continuity has vanished, Psygnosis seems to have turned into a sort of Amiga smorgasbord, sampling the wares ol diis developer and that developer in one-oil ventures. Tasteful one-off ventures, to be sure, but in the overall picture, Psygnosis is not pushing progress so much as product. Innocent Until Caught Consider Innocent Until Caught, which has finally made its way from the IBM to the Amiga. You mav recall mv characterization a few issues back of Virgin’s Beneath a Steel Sky as having a sense of weight. Well, this conversion of Psygnosis’ first animated adventure is a comparative lightweight. Despite a similarly dark tale you’re a professional thief who must pay his tax bill or die and an attempt at a ANALOG • VGA • RGB SWITCH BOXES • IBM DCTV • S-VHS • FLICKERFIXER • TOASTER DEC • HP. • APPLE • AMIGA • ATARI • COAX MULTISYNC • CUSTOM • GAME CABLES WE HAVE THE CABLES YOU NEED - MONITORS PRINTERS PLO TTERS MODEMS NEW!! SEGA STEREO AUDIO VIDEO CABLES similarly devil-may-care point of view, this 10-disker is primarily an exercise in cheesiness. That's due in part to the story, which has you skulking about in brothels, bars, backs alleys, subways, dingy pawnshops, and assorted other damp rocks. Unfortunately, it’s also in the presentation. It’s in the cartoon bubbles in which all text appears (and which make everything that transpires therein feel insubstantial). It’s in the way the pointer never behaves quite as you want it to. It’s in the crashes that occur when you don’t run bind drivers first. It’s in the serviceable but somewhat bloodless graphics that seemingly regardless of the mode in which IUC is booted eventually begin to deteriorate into ever-larger black blotches. It’s in the time-wasting manual. And it’s in the frantically "humorous” text waving its hands J u and stamping its feet at us like a hyperactive child with a story to tell. Innocent gels an audience on the strength of its strong bloodline, but proves to have little to say and little art in saying it. Verdict: Guilty. Score: C-. Puggs v Or consider Puggsy. Which has been waiting in the wings even longer than Dracttla. It was initially slated for release on the Amiga in 1991, but was diverted to the consoles instead, so many of you have probably long since mentally consigned this arcade game based on the famous .Amiga demo Puggs in Space to the same plain of oblivion inhabited by Planet- side, Cuti-Poo, and the Lemmings Construction Kit. Usually, a game lost for so long stays lost, and this one probably should have, as it’s now somewhat out of date. Back then, Psygnosis was highlighting one particular feature: Puggsy’s in-game objects would have real-world properties (you could stack barrels, but you couldn't stack balls). They still do, bur it’s no longer the draw it might have been, as Puggsy is now just one of a horde of arcade games with useable objects and not a particularly well-drawn one at that. Score: C. The Silver Lining This is not to say there isn’t good stuff, too, but it’s in the minority. Perihelion (reviewed in September) is a weird but c lever RPG, and Second Samurai is a grand arcade adventure. Wiz ’N’ Liz is an utterly charming arcade romp with tiny characters, delightfully zippy speed, and a guileless premise (collecting bunnies and spell recipes) that’s a joy to play, even if you don't know quite what you’re doing. Score: B + . 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We can only hope that the winners at the Bahamian fun carnival have the wisdom and insight to pick up the pieces, improve the Amiga platform, and prepare it for the future. I propose that when we finally hear reliable, positive news of new owners for the Amiga platform, each and every serious Amiga user send these folks a letter of encouragement letting them know just how important these machines are in our lives. Especially those of you who, like myself, have based a video-production business around the Amiga must make the new owners o realize that the Amiga really is the “tool bin of desktop-video production. Jim Crabtree Oakland Mainland * .. .What the Future Amiga Needs As far as I am concerned, the Commodore Amiga is dead. It is the responsibility’ of the new owners to resurrect it as something else. One way to do this is not to use Motorola's 64-hit "Power PC" microprocessor, but some other RISC-based processor. This would keep the Amiga a proprietary system and not let it become part of the “DOS-pooling" that Apple and IBM are developing lor the Power PC. Using a dedicated 32-bit RISC processor as the brains of an “AmigaRISC” computer would mean that the current investment in Amiga-based hardware would not become obsolete. A ROM upgrade and recompiled software code is all that is needed, and 1 think that Amiga-based companies would rather do that than redesign their entire line of products. Users should be happy with this option as well, for their current hardware investment would still be usable. The new Amiga could be the “imagination machine" once more. With relentless effort on the part ol the new manufacturer, support from third-party companies, and the undying devotion of the users, the Amiga can revive as the powerful computer we all want it to be. Alexander Christ Wichita Falls, Texas When a software company creates a game for the Amiga, it has to keep the little guys in mind, such as the AaOOs, With relentless effort on ike part of Ike new manufacturer, support from th ini-pa rly co mpa n ies, and the undying devotion of its users, the. Amiga can revive as the powerful computer we all want it to be. A2000s, and A 1200s. To our disadvantage, these are the machines that are the majority in the Amiga market. T his results in sluggish adventure games with horrible sound and washed-out colors, certainly not a fine example of this multimedia computer's capabilities. So my suggestion to the new owners of the Amiga technolog)’, whoever (hey will be, is to dump the slow '020 line of processors and stick with the faster ’030, ’040, and (soon) ’060 CPUs, A configuration for a low-end Amiga might incorporate a 25-MHz 030, while a high-end machine might use a 40 50-MI Iz 041). This would leave the '060 for Amiga graphics workstations. In addition to last CPUs, even Amiga should be equipped with a hard drive. 1 don’t know about other users, but I don’t consider disk-swapping to be a fun part of an Amiga game experience. With these improvements, game companies that have switched to the M3-i)()S or Mac markets will line! The new Amiga hardware inviting and may well return to us. Current Amiga game companies will no doubt be very grateful for the extra power! And most important of all the Amiga gamer will greatly benefit. Joe j. Casssa ra Miami, Florida We Don’t Like This Diet Either! This is just a brief letter to complain about how incredibly thin AmigaWorfd has become lor the September issue. Earlier this year, the pages hovered around the 100 mark; now they arc down to 64. I realize the Amiga is in trouble, hut does that mean you are, too? 1 will certainly not be renewing my subscription if the magazine continues to be reduced. 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