D-VHS


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D-VHSDigital Video Home System
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The five will also emphasize the interconnectivity of their D-VHS decks and BS tuners in their advertising, the companies said.
With the advent of recordable DVD (we're testing the new Pioneer next week), the two biggest pluses D-VHS has is the length of recording and the fact you can still play your existing library of videos.
We look forward to making our motion pictures widely available using new consumer electronics devices such as D-VHS and digital set-top boxes .
And last month, JVC announced plans to introduce another digital recording medium, the tape-based D-VHS system.
NEW YORK - In conjunction with a report last week of a new D-VHS standard by JVC, Thomson Consumer Electronics and Hitachi said they have successfully demonstrated the first digital recording of the DSS signal using a prototype of their jointly developed D-VHS VCR and a version of the RCA brand DSS receiver.
And while the launch of any new format by a single manufacturer promises to be a daunting challenge (witness Sony's ultimately fruitless efforts to establish its Betamax format), the JVC standards were immediately embraced by 20th Century Fox, which called D-VHS "the system for the content of yesterday, today and tomorrow.
All four sets also include dual auto sensing component video inputs, assuring the best possible picture quality whether a viewer is using DTV, D-VHS or DVD, and three S-Video (two rear, one front) inputs and four AV inputs (three rear, one front).
D-VHS Technology for the Screening of High Definition Content
In the network demo, high definition video originates in a pair of D-VHS systems provided by Mitsubishi and JVC, and is delivered over CAT-5 cabling through a master network hub developed by USTec, a leader in advanced home wiring systems.
Macrovision's technology helps protect the long-term value of video content by allowing consumers to transparently view original DVDs and VHS cassettes, but prevents unauthorized copying on DVD recorders and significantly distorts unauthorized copies made with VCRs and D-VHS recorders.
Macrovision's technology is designed to allow consumers to transparently view original VOD and VHS programming, but prevents unauthorized copying on DVD recorders and significantly distorts unauthorized copies made with VCRs and D-VHS recorders.
Originally designed to significantly distort unauthorized recordings made on VCR and D-VHS, Macrovision's technology is now also used as a software flag to prevent unauthorized copying on DVD recorders, hard-drive recorders and media center PCs.