Images, from 8 mm to HDTV

Ciciora, Walter S.
April 2004
CED;Apr2004, Vol. 30 Issue 4, p46
Trade Publication
Explores advances from 8 mm and Super 8 to digital video and high definition television. Relationship among photography, movies and television; Applications of the Joint Photographic Experts Group; Moving Picture Experts Group; Project involving the conversion of old family 8 mm and Super 8 movies to VHS tapes and DVDs.


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