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History of Video Production

A quick history lesson on a few of the most ground breaking video recording devices that shaped video production today.
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Jacob Skrob

on 14 September 2012

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Transcript of History of Video Production

Jacob Skrobis
Hour 3 THE HISTORY OF VIDEO PRODUCTION:
The Evolution of Recording/Displaying Devices 1927: Phonovision It was never widely adopted,
and was intended for practical uses only. It was the earliest video format Uses included basic video production abilities such as recording video and playing it back.
Developed by Cairns and Morrison ltd. 1956: 2 Inch Quadruplex It was the first commercially viable broadcast video format.
The broadcast requirement was at least a 5mhz band with.
Until this was invented, non-live television broad casting was too expensive, but this made it much easier to record and broadcast later.
Developed by Ampex 1964: Sony EV Format CLP-1B This was the first portable video recording device!
It was used a lot in industry and education.
Developed by Sony 1973: Capacitance Electronic Disc (CED) Rather than storing video on film rolls, this was the first time it was stored on a disc.
The prototype was limited to only 10 min. per side, so it took 6 years until it was finally released with more storage time.
Developed by RCA 1776: VHS This was just as revolutionary back then as Blu-ray is today.
It could store a few hours of storage and was utilized for movies after they were stopped being shown in theaters.
They were also popular for home videos and recording television shows.
Developed by RCA This was an early DVD 1977: Laser Disc format. Unlike DVD, Laser Discs were uncompressed so the over all quality of the sound and image was actually better than later DVD's that became popular. Developed by: Philips, MCA, and Pioneer This new product, based off of the Laser Disc offered a larger storage 1995: DVD It was best utilized in the production of home videos capacity Developed by: Toshiba, Phillips, Panasonic, and Work Cited "Video History." Video History. Video Interchange, June-July 2011. Web. 13 Sept. 2012. <http://www.videointerchange.com/video-history.htm>.

"Blu-ray Disc." Wikipedia. Wikimedia Foundation, 13 Sept. 2012. Web. 13 Sept. 2012. <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blu-ray_Disc>. 2006: Blu-Ray Disc Designed to surpass the DVD format
Originally showcased in 2000, they weren't actually released until 2006
Conventional Blu-Rays hold about 25 GB, but some hold up to 128 GB!
Developed by: Blu-Ray Disc Association
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