Digi-Paint 3 from NewTek

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NewTek, Inc. is a San Antonio, Texas-based hardware and software company that produces live and post-production video tools and visual imaging software for personal computers. The company was founded in 1985 in Topeka, Kansas, U.S., by Tim Jenison, a pioneer of desktop video.

The company's first products included DigiView in 1986[1] and DigiPaint, both for the Commodore Amiga personal computer.

The DigiView, the first full color video digitizers,added slow scan digitizing capabilities to the Amiga platform, allowing images to be imported at low cost, before modern image scanning technology was widely available.

DigiPaint product offered at release the unique capability of editing and painting on images in the Amiga's unique hold-and-modify high colour mode in real time.

Diogi-Paint 3. Up until now, the best paint programs for the Amiga have allowed you to choose 32 colors from a palette of 4096 for your pictures. While 32 colors are more than any other home computer can handle, it's only natural to wish for more. Digi-Paint, a paint program from NewTek, gives you almost unlimited freedom by allowing you to use all 4096 colors on screen at once.

Release Date: 1/1/1989
Manufacturer: NewTek
Original Retail Price: $50.00

Manual and software (Serial No. 153582) kindly donated by Jeane Liddiard

Platform : Digi-Paint
Format : 3.5"
Publisher : NewTek
Authors :
Date : 1989
Product Code :

Other Software by NewTek:

Item Manufacturer Platform Format Date
Digi-Paint 3 from NewTek NewTek Digi-Paint 3.5" 1989
Elan Performer NewTek Elan Performer 1989
LightWave 3D NewTek Inc Commodore Amiga 3.5" Floppy Disk 1994

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This exhibit has a reference ID of CH27283. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
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