Video formats fight for IBC supremacy

Jarrett, George
October 2004
TVB Europe;Oct2004, Vol. 13 Issue 10, p1
Focuses on the competition between Panasonic Co. and Sony Corp. over supremacy in video formats in Europe. Citation of reported sales of Panasonics P2 and Sony's XDCAM formats; Tendency of mainstream broadcasters to favor the XDCAM formats; Information on the low-cost personal computer drive and robot system for applications features of XDCAM; Emphasis on the compatibility of P2 format with high definition broadcasting.


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