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    Movie  Technology Brittany and Janel  Stedtler
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    History of Movie Technology » The first commercially successful video  recorder was released by Ampex in  1956 Not affordable to ordinary citizens » The first home consumer VTRs were  released in the mid 1960s
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    History of Movie Technology » European and Japanese companies  created more advanced machines in the  late 1970s Became mass consumer products » Three competing technical standards  with different, incompatible tape  cassettes were developed by 1980
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    History of Movie Technology » VHS was overtaken by DVD in the late  1990s as the predominant format for  prerecorded video playback Production of VCRs has been halted by  many major companies as a result
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    High-Definition » Hi-def has a better quality image » Image colors are realistic » When filming with Hi-def ready  cameras, no transfer from film to digital  is needed when editing
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