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Dead Language v2.2

Dead Language v2.2

$ 390.00

Communication breakdown.  Professional glitch text solutions.

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Product Description

Back by popular demand and revamped for the twenty seventeen.

 

The Dead Language v2.2 allows you to meticulously concoct an intricate text layout and then destroy it x100 different ways.  In it’s unmodified form the extremely rare JVC TX-88 composite video titler has a truly unique aesthetic.  It allows you to save and recall numerous banks of colorful text of various size and positioning juxtaposed either over an incoming signal or a solid background (featuring a selectable background color).  While it offers far fewer customization choices than the Titlemaker 2k or a number of it’s contemporaries it’s style is certified d-o-p-e and boy does it mod well…….

 

The added magnetic patchbay is your key to mutant character generation and substitution.  By combining any of the seventeen patch points into themselves you can erode the very fabric of the english language quicker than you can flip open your smart phone and type “ROFL.”  A quick magnetic unpatching returns things back to normal.  I’m really stoked on implementing the magnetic patchbay as it allows for cramming a lot more functionality in to a small space.  The six outer points switch your mode up a bit implementing character randomization, character rainbow or neon glow effects.

 

Features:  RCA Composite In/Out.  No SVHS. NTSC Only.

 

 

 

 

Additional Information

Format:

NTSC.

Input/Output:

Composite video (RCA) & SVHS.

Power:

110V.

TBC:

Projector friendly for the most part. The DL has two patch points (one of three located on the right hand side) that destabilize your signal. These are the only two points that work outside the realm of the glitch text and get into some synch corruption.

International Orders:

For use with PAL systems you will need a PAL to NTSC conversion device. For use with 220v you will need a step up/down conversion device.

International liabilities:

BPMC is not responsible for damage incurred as a result of improperly powering this device.

Includes:

Manual.

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