American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A trademark used for a videotape format.
- Video Home System (a videocassette standard- originally Vertical Helical Scan)
“Stocks of the SECRET OF GOLD (in VHS only) are running low.”
“It was a VHS from the 49 cent bin at the local MOOOVIES store.”
“Anyone else expect to get completely beat down by their significant other this weekend while renting 50 VHS from the 80's to sit and do absolutely NOTHING as a result of this discussion ….”
“Of course, recent advances, like the Kindle, sort of take away the beauty of this, as VHS is a very different medium.”
“That's also why VHS is in so many different regional formats ...”
“VHS is an open standard, but liscencing fees must be payed to JVC to manufacture players.”
“VHS is still VHS, which is to say crappy, Cringely said on his blog in a post about the discovery.”
“VHS Generation Loss - watch what happens when you dub a VHS tape over and over.”
“If you dubbed your VHS video to miniDV using the 12-bit audio setting you should use the DV PAL DV Converter 32KHz easy setup (32KHz = 12bit), not the DV PAL DV Converter setup.”
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