Snappy Video Snapshot

Snappy Video Snapshot

(hardware)
(registered trademark) A frame grabber for the IBM PC designed and marketed by Play, Inc..
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Play Incorporated, creator of Snappy Video Snapshot and Gizmos98 products, has unveiled a real-time 3D sculpting and painting tool for PC and Macintosh computers.
s Snappy Video Snapshot is a full-color video capture device that allows you to take "snapshots" from any analog video source, such as a TV or VCR, with your PC.
was founded in early 2001 by a team of seasoned industry executives with a twelve year track record that includes two of the most popular digital media tools of all time; the best-selling Snappy Video Snapshot and the Emmy award-winning Video Toaster.
Among its award-winning products are Snappy Video Snapshot, the all time best-selling computer video add-on, and Trinity, which revolutionized TV production and graphics throughout the world.
Among its award-winning products are Snappy Video Snapshot, the all-time best-selling computer video add-on; Trinity, which revolutionized TV production and graphics throughout the world; and GlobeCaster, the world's first Internet TV station-in-a-box.
Among its award-winning products are Snappy Video Snapshot, the all time best-selling computer video add-on; Trinity, which revolutionized TV production and graphics throughout the world; and GlobeCaster, the world's first Internet TV station-in-a-box.
Among its award winning products are Snappy Video Snapshot, the all time best-selling computer video add-on; Trinity, which revolutionized TV production and graphics throughout the world; and GlobeCaster, the world's first Internet TV station-in-a-box.
Among its award winning products are Snappy Video Snapshot, the all time best-selling computer video add-on, Trinity, which revolutionized TV production and graphics throughout the world and GlobeCaster, the world's first Internet TV station-in-a-box.
Among its award-winning products are the Snappy Video Snapshot, the best-selling video peripheral in history, Trinity, which revolutionized TV production and graphics throughout the world, Gizmos 98, PC Magazine's 1998 Product of the Year and Electric Image, the low-cost 3D animation software used to create spectacular visual effects for the recently released Star Wars and Austin Powers films.
Play's first product is the Snappy Video Snapshot, winner of more than 25 industry awards and currently the nation's best-selling add-on for Windows-based PCs.
Its first product, the award-winning Snappy Video Snapshot, is the best-selling computer video add-on of all time for the PC.
Minolta is the exclusive distributor of Cokin filters, as well as Snappy Video Snapshot and PC FM