Videospigot was a plug-in printed circuit board for converting analogue video into Apple's QuickTime digital video format. It was purchased in 1992 for about AUD$1200. The donor used it in his video post-production business.

The donor used the Videospigot with a Macintosh Quadra 900 computer with 2 monitors, and CD ROM reader with SCSI cable. He also used Adobe Premiere 1 for video editing and the QuickTime Developers Kit.

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