VideoNow was another portable video format in the early 2000’s with weird PVD discs that are slightly smaller than a DVD. Speaking of smaller this is the worst video resolution being at 144×80!
GBA Video was a certainly interesting idea at a portable video format but the limitations of a Game Boy Advance cartridge meant any videos on the format were compressed to the point of barely being watchable. Let’s look at barely above animated gif version of TMNT, Pokemon, Dragon Ball GT and Shrek!
Taking a look at the BetaCam format and the difference between it and BetaMax. Also the betacam machine and how often it likes to mess up!
Showing off all the different versions of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movies I’ve collected from VHS to Blu-Ray from many different regions!
More additions to the Ghostbusters movie collection featuring the 35th anniversary Blu-Ray!
In 1996 Sirius Publishing released a CD based home video format geared towards people watching movies on the computer!
Added some more versions of Ghostbusters to my collection, including the VHS style Rewind Collection Blu-Ray, VHS promos, film displays and the Czechoslovakian Ghostbusters Poster!
Taking a look at the rest of my Ghostbusters movie collection with all the regional variants and alternate releases.
Taking a look at my Ghostbusters Movie collection with all the different formats I’ve got the film on! From VHS to 4K Ultra HD and all the oddball ones in between like 8mm, VCD and VHD!
The Real Ghostbusters turn into The Reel Ghostbusters when they are turned into a mini cartridge held film reel. Quite an interesting way to have a portable video.