|Mach One.5 Videotape Editor|
Breneman Labs has announced that a version of the MACH ONE VIDEOTAPE EDITOR is provided as freeware! A popular system for large online editing suites in the early 80's, the PC-based FREEWARE MACH ONE.5 VIDEOTAPE EDITOR was first uploaded to CompuServe in the Broadcast Professionals forum on May 26, 1994. Jack Calaway has a page about the Mach One (or Mach 1) as part of his Museum of Early Video Editing Equipment and Techniques which is now hosted on the BBC VT Old Boys page.
New! You can see an old advertisement for the Mach One.5 under SPECIAL OFFER here
The FREEWARE MACH ONE.5 VIDEOTAPE EDITOR controls 6 VTRs, Ampex Vista or Grass Valley Group model 100, 200, or 300 video switchers, ESAM II audio mixers, and Zaxcom or Ensemble Designs TBC controllers. The parallel port provides 8 TTL-level GPI signals which could be wired to your own relay drivers and relays. The EE mode of the record VTR provides the preview switcher function.
The FREEWARE MACH ONE.5 VIDEOTAPE EDITOR is contained in several files:
The three EXE files are self-extracting files, and should be placed into an empty subdirectory on your hard disk and then run.
I have been providing MACH ONE support since 1984. Please contact me with any questions or comments. Limited free support for the Freeware Mach One.5 is available by email. Telephone support for this free product is only available if a support fee is paid.
Thanks for your support and consideration!
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