Production switcher: A device used to mix video signals from two or more sources (e.g., cameras, videocassette
recorder/players, time-base correctors, character generators) for dissolves, wipes, and other transition effects.
The handset will work as a remote control for TV sets and videocassette
players from most electronics manufacturers, it said.
It also will be sold to the public in videocassette
format as a fund-raiser.
Note: With the widespread availability of videocassette
players, video rental stores, and multiple cable TV channels, it is now possible to access an enormous variety of films, and the public is no longer dependent solely on the vicissitudes of what the local movie houses or network TV stations choose to program.
By placing a device about the size of a videocassette
tape in a truck, ship or cargo container, Orbcomm can tell shippers where their cargo is and whether it's open or closed.
is introducing Remote Watch Platinum Plus, a complete, easy-to-install digital video surveillance system for security applications that out-performs time-lapse videocassette
recording (VCR) in picture quality, record management, and cost effectiveness.
Back in the 1970s the Supreme Court ruled that Sony Corp could sell its videocassette
recorders because they were "time- shifting" programs (recording them for later viewing), and therefore not infringing copyright.
First Hitler died, then will come the rest." The speech was recorded on a videocassette
in 1995, and was shown on Israeli television news Tuesday.
Contact welding, high-frequency (RF) heating-sealing, and combination RF/contact sealing machines include double-shuttle tables for small-scale production of blister packs, folded boxes, videocassette
cases and holders.
You might even chuckle at the Monsieur Hulot-ish disorientation of Hurt's technologically clueless writer as he solves the mysteries of multiplex cinemas and videocassette
"There is a lot more you can do with DVD technology than you can do with videocassette
," said Jeff Fink, executive vice president of sales and marketing for LIVE Home Video.
Matsushita licensed its VHS videocassette
technology to Hitachi, Sharp, Mitsubishi, and Phillips and made out like a bandit.