Timeline of the History of Video Production. By: Cameron Tarpley. 1824- First Permanent Photograph. Joseph Niepce is known for creating the first permanent photograph. He had been experimenting with silver as a light source to capture an image. Then he started using bitumen for it.
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Timeline of the History of Video Production
By: Cameron Tarpley
Joseph Niepce is known for creating the first permanent photograph.
He had been experimenting with silver as a light source to capture an image.
Then he started using bitumen for it.
Thee first camera was invented by Alexander Wolcott.
His invention made it where photos could be taken without fading away with time.
He also is known for opening the first photography shop.
Phonovision was the earliest video format.
It was never widely adopted.
It was only used for practical use.
Uses basic video production abilities such as recording video and playing it back.
The show was called the spelling bee.
It was first broadcast on May 31, 1938
The Ampex Corporation used magnetic tape technology used by German scientists during World War II.
They used that to take the first video from the first tape recorder.
The tape recorder was called the Ampex VRX-1000.
It was the first portable recording device.
It was used for industry and education.
Ampex introduced this, It had a full wrap and a single head design and was the predecessor 1” Type C.
It was marketed for people in homes.
IVC made this to compete with the 1” Type A Format
It was single headed with an Alpha Wrap.
It was the predecessor to the N1500.
The LDL- 1000 was a ½” b/w helical reel to reel machine.
This was the first time video was stored on a disc.
It could only store 6 minutes of video on it.
6 years later, they released it with more storage.
It was developed by RCA.
This was the first commercially successful video cassette format.
The I type machines could record and play 30 & 60 minute cassettes.
They II type machines could record and play 120 minute cassettes.
The Sony Betamax was the first commercially available video cassette recorder.
It was first introduced in 1975.
This could store a few hours of storage and it was used for movies after they were shown in theaters.
This was also used for home videos and recording television shows.
This was developed by RCA.
It was an early DVD format.
Laser Discs were actually better than DVD’s. The laser disc’s image and sound quality was actually better.
The Sony Mavica (magnetic video camera)
It had a fast rotating magnetic disc approximately 2 inches in diameter.
This was introduced in 1985 by Panasonic Broadcast systems.
It was made to go head to head with Sony in the professional broadcast market place.
It used a ½ inch metal participle tape.
It used the same size tape as we use today.
The first digital still digital camera was the Canon RC-701.
JVC produced this format.
It offered increased bandwidth both by expanding the FM carrier frequency and through the use of metal participle tape.
This was like the laser disc but could hold more storage.
It was used for home videos.
It was developed by Toshiba, Phillips, and Panasonic
This will hold up to and hour of video.
It records the same data stream as MiniDV and DVCAM.