Famicom Titler

The Famicom Titler, also known as the Famicom Editor, is a Nintendo-licensed Famicom-compatible device produced by Sharp Corporation in 1989.wikipedia
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The Famicom Titler, also known as the Famicom Editor, is a Nintendo-licensed Famicom-compatible device produced by Sharp Corporation in 1989.
Sharp had a working relationship with Nintendo during the 1980s, and was granted licensing rights for the manufacture and development of the C1 NES TV (1983, later released in North America as the Sharp Nintendo Television), the Twin Famicom (1986), the Sharp Famicom Titler (1989), and the SF-1 SNES TV (1990).

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Released during a period of close association between Sharp and Nintendo, the Famicom Titler followed the C1 NES TV and the Twin Famicom as the third of what would eventually be four products in the Sharp's Nintendo Console family of products.
Famicom Titler

Twin Famicom

Released during a period of close association between Sharp and Nintendo, the Famicom Titler followed the C1 NES TV and the Twin Famicom as the third of what would eventually be four products in the Sharp's Nintendo Console family of products.
Famicom Titler

Intertitle

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With the flip of a switch, the Famicom Titler could be used to produce intertitles or subtitles for video footage.
Among these were included the ColecoVision, the Magnavox Odyssey² (using programs such as the Type & Talk cartridge and the Voice module), the Bally Astrocade (using the built-in Scribbling program or the more advanced Creative Crayon cartridge), and the intertitle-specialized Famicom Titler.

RGB color model

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The system was the only consumer-level Famicom to internally generate RGB video, the only Famicom system with S-Video output, and it has been noted for its crisp clarity of image.

S-Video

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The system was the only consumer-level Famicom to internally generate RGB video, the only Famicom system with S-Video output, and it has been noted for its crisp clarity of image.

RF connector

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The system also functioned as a subtitle-generator and it could be used in combination with a RF-video camera to create gameplay videos and demos.

Demoscene

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The system also functioned as a subtitle-generator and it could be used in combination with a RF-video camera to create gameplay videos and demos.

Picture Processing Unit

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In order to create to S-video output, Nintendo's RP2C02 PPU was replaced by an RGB-output-compatible "RC2C05-99" PPU.

Subtitle (captioning)

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With the flip of a switch, the Famicom Titler could be used to produce intertitles or subtitles for video footage.

PlayChoice-10

The clarity that comes from internal RGB video generation is a prized feature shared only with the considerably rarer PlayChoice-10 system created by Nintendo as an arcade system for store displays and in video arcades.

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The clarity that comes from internal RGB video generation is a prized feature shared only with the considerably rarer PlayChoice-10 system created by Nintendo as an arcade system for store displays and in video arcades.

Component video

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In addition, the fact that the Famicom Titler is the only system to feature S-Video output has meant that the system enjoys compatibility with setups that allow only this form of component video.