Posted by Richard Crowley on 11/27/06 12:01
"nobody special" wrote ...
>A hardware CG For under a hundred dollars? Maybe ebay. A brand new one
> under a hundred will be of stunningly bad quality, like Videonics
> used to maek one in that range.
> If you mean software, there are different things out there that range
> in complexity from powerpoint, scan-converted to NTSC video, on up to
> copies of older versions of Image North Inscriber, Comet CG, etc.
The OP apparently has time to burn as he isn't producing
these in "real-time".
I guess there isn't much of a market for computer-based CG
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