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How Did they make TV Graphics in the 80's & 90's? Meet the Quantel Paintbox | Retro Road Trip

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21st February 2019 25 min

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The power of modern computers means we take tasks like video captions and effects for granted these days, but how did intro graphics, credits, overlays and other art assets get made digitally in the 80's and 90's? Today we find out about the Quantel Paintbox workstations, made for just such tasks.

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  • retro road trip
  • quantel
  • paintbox
  • v-series
  • tv broadcasting
  • graphic design
  • retro
  • nostalgia
  • vintage
  • retro man cave
  • tv history
  • computer history

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