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DVHS Video Tape Format and History


History
DVHS is a digital recording and playback format for high definition material. It's based on the existing 1/2" VHS-sized cassettes we're all used to. A few models of D-VHS player have been out for many months now. D-VHS decks allow recording (via MPEG-2 encoding) high definition TV as well as current NTSC analog signals.

Tech Stuff
DVHS video tapes carry 525 lines of horizontal resolution. Digital VHS was originally designed Hi Definition theater systems. DVHS makes a good master if you own a DVHS deck, they can hold 2.5 hours of video at HD TV quality.

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Unsolicited Customer Testimonial:
Hello Ken:
Just to let you know that we received the DVD's from our 8mm film and the quality was excellent. You guys really did a great job! My wife is interested in an aditional copy. How much would another DVD copy cost? To make a DVD copy, would you need the DVD or the mini-DVD returned? Also, if we wanted music added (your choice) how much extra would that be? Please let me know.
Mario E. Cainas
Tampa, Florida
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