Videos commonly refer to the secenes which are captured, stored and later viewed with or without editing. Video technology was initially based on the properties of cathode rays but is totally dependent on new technologies recently. Both computers and television can display videos. The videos can be stored in different formats like DVD, MPEG-4 etc. For television videos, the superior quality DTV is the standard. Bits are the units used to express the rate of information present in the video. The quality of the video increases with increase in the number of bits. It also varies with the device used to capture and store the video.

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Digital Video Arts

Jun 11, 2010 |

Company based in Florida offers wide range of services under the field of digital video arts.

Diva Fair

Jun 11, 2010 |

Art fair dedicated to video and digital art and has premiered in various places.

MeBeam

Jun 11, 2010 |

Offers web based video conference and live web calls.

Safety Video - BMSH Inc.

Jun 11, 2010 |

Offers safety videos and DVDs for safety & regulatory compliance training. Includes a line of affordable products to help to meet safety, OSHA, and regulatory compliance needs.

Video Arts

Jun 11, 2010 |

Digital media studio specializing in high definition post production for feature films, television, advertising, corporate communications, and more.

Video Arts Studios

Jun 11, 2010 |

Involved in film/ video production, post production, audio production and distribution.

Video Arts UK

Jun 11, 2010 |

Offers memorable business training videos and e-learning courses via DVD, CDROM or streaming.