Tap view o a VHS cassette
|Media teep||Video recordin media|
|Encodin||FM on magnetic tape|
|Developed bi||JVC (Victor Company o Japan)|
|Uisage||Hame video, Hame film|
The 1970s wis a period whan video recordin became a major contributor tae the telly industry. Like mony ither technological innovations, ilk ane o several companies made an attempt tae produce a telly recordin staundart that the majority o the warld wad embrace. At the peak o it aw, the hame video industry wis caucht up in a series o videotape format wars. Twa o the formats, VHS an Betamax, received the maist media exposur. VHS wad eventually win the war, an tharefore succeed as the dominant hame video format, lastin throughoot the tape furmat period.
In later years, optical disc furmats began tae affer better quality nor video tape. The earliest o thir formats, Laserdisc, wisnae widely adoptit, but the subsequent DVD format eventually did achieve mass acceptance an replaced VHS as the preferred method o distribution efter 2000.
References[eedit | eedit soorce]
- IEEE History Center: Development of VHS, cites the original name as "Video Home System", from an article by Yuma Shiraishi, one of its inventors. Retrieved December 28, 2006.
- Popular Science Magazine, November 1977, page 81
- Boucher, Geoff (22 December 2008). "VHS era is winding down". Articles.latimes.com. Retrieved 11 Julie 2011.
- "Lessons Learned from the VHS - Betamax War". Besser.tsoa.nyu.edu. Retrieved 11 Julie 2011.
- "It's unreel: DVD rentals overtake videocassettes". The Washington Times. Washington, D.C. 20 Juin 2003. Retrieved 2 Juin 2010.