D-VHS


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D-VHS

(Data-VHS) A VHS videocassette recorder that is able to store digital data such as MPEG-2 from a digital satellite system (DSS) or digital cable. D-VHS decks support both standard (SDTV) and high definition (HDTV) formats and also record and play regular analog VHS tapes. See DVCR.
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They also agreed to employ the common name ''Digital Hi-Vision Video'' in their product catalogs and advertising for their respective D-VHS decks, they said.
Significantly, will Hollywood release films in D-VHS format?
A fourth studio, DreamWorks, also provided clips to JVC, according to sources, but was not able to get them authored in D-VHS in time for display at CES.
In introducing D-VHS, JVC announced technical standards for its own copy-control system, a system that is not expected to be compatible with recordable DVD systems.
says the company will begin producing D-VHS machines coincidentally at about the same time it starts offering digital video disc (DVD) equipment.
Though Fox didn't say it directly, the standards include copy protection for prerecorded D-VHS programming, raising the prospect that the studio may issue movies on the new digital cassettes.
JVC distributes a complete line of video and audio equipment, including high definition displays, home theater products, camcorders, VCRs, D-VHS recorders, DVD players, satellite systems, home and portable audio equipment, mobile entertainment products and recording media.
JVC's high definition delivery system is an ideal method for The WB affiliates to screen HD materials in their local facilities on a low-cost D-VHS media.
JVC distributes a full line of audio and video products, including HDTVs, camcorders, VCRs, D-VHS recorders, DVD players, satellite systems, home and portable audio equipment, mobile entertainment products and recording media.
JVC distributes a complete line of video and audio equipment, including camcorders, VCRs, D-VHS recorders, DVD players, satellite systems, color televisions, home and portable audio equipment, mobile entertainment products and recording media.
It is designed to enable consumers to view VOD and PPV programming, but prevents unauthorized copying on DVD recorders and significantly distorts unauthorized copies on VCRs and D-VHS recorders.
Link outputs 480i (NTSC) and 480/60p, 720/30p (ATSC) to D-VHS or computers via the ubiquitous FireWire(R) connection.