D-9, Digital S video conversion to DVD and other digital formats

D-9 (Digital-S):

D-9 (Digital-S) is a professional digital videocassette format created by JVC in 1995. as a direct competitor to Digital Betacam.

Developed by:  JVC
Launched on:  1995
Used for: television production
a.k.a.: D9, D-9 Video, Digital S
Cassette size: VHS size shells
Magnetic tape used:  1/2 inch metal formulated tape
Magnetic tape manufacturers: JVC, Fuji and others

Video recording:  DV Compression at 50 MB/s,  4:2:2 component
Audio recording: 4 channels PCM.

Variations: D-9 HD (HD recording at 100 MB/s).

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