Amiga Storage Peripherals


Vivid 24

> Company: Digital Micronics, USA
> Date: 1992
> Amiga: A3000, A4000
> Interface: Zorro III
> Autoconfig ID: ID2129 / 2

Rendering Engine
TMS 34020 @ 40 MHz Graphics Processor
Up To 2048×2048 Interlaced Resolution In 24 Bit
Up To 1280×1024 Non-Interlaced
32 Bit Pixel Depth (Including 8 Bit Alpha Channel)
Up To Four TMS 34082 Coprocessors (Optional)
32 Bit Math / Graphics Coprocessor
3D Vector Support And Rendering Engine
Parallel Processing Capability
40 MFLOPS Per Piece – 160 MFLOPS Total
25,000 Shaded Polygons Per Second – 100,000 Total
512 KB Static RAM Per Coprocessor
Up To 16 MB Video RAM (4 MB Standard)
4 MB: 1024×1024 Non-Interlaced, 1024×1024 Interlaced
8 MB: 1280×1024 Non-Interlaced, 1600×1280 Interlaced
12 MB: 1280×1024 Non-Interlaced, 2048×1536 Interlaced
16 MB: 1280×1024 Non-Interlaced, 2048×2048 Interlaced
The Video Memory Can Also Be Used As System Memory By The Amiga
Up To 8 MB DRAM For Resident Applications (4 MB Standard)
Upgrade Modules:
Single Graphics Math Coprocessor Upgrade Kit (1x TMS 34082) With 128 KB Of 32 Bit Static RAM Module (Max. 2 Per Board)
Double Graphics Math Coprocessor Upgrade Kit (2x TMS 34082) With 256 KB Of 32 Bit Static RAM Module (Max. 1 Per Board)
Video Memory Upgrade Kit – 4 MB VRAM (Max. 4x Per Board Or 3x With Video Encoder Module)
Program Memory Upgrade Kit – 4 MB DRAM
Broadcast Quality Digital Video Encoder (NTSC, PAL, SVHS)
Allows High Resolution Graphics To Be Taken Directly To Video Tape Retaining Their Broadcast Quality
Supports NTSC Or PAL And SVHS
Genlocks The Vivid 24 Using Either A Sync Generator Or Any External Video Source
Plugs Into The Same Location As A Video Memory Module
Video Effects Generator (For Use With The Video Encoder Module)
Provides Input For Two Video Sources
Special Effects
Allows The Mixing Of Both Sources Based On The Vivid 24 Computer Generated Graphics
SAGE (Standard Amiga Graphics Environment) Driver

Images

Amiga Vivid 24

Front: Vivid 24 front view