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For years people have watched videos of their favorite movies and felt disappointed because the movie seemed better in the theater Now this is no longer a problem DVDs have changed the way people feel about watching movies at home The DVD has only been around for about five years Last year was the biggest year in the five-year history of DVDs with some364 million movies rock concerts television shows and other entertainment-related products shipped on DVD up from 182 million the previous year DVDs have made it possible for people to enjoy home movies like never before Although it was a very good source of entertainment VHS is beginning to die out DVDs far surpass the soon to be obsolete VHS videotapes The VHS Video Home System has been around for roughly 30 years With the advent of DVD the bulkier video is rapidly growing obsolete The Japanese company Victor created the VHS videocassette in 1976 about a year after the Sony Betamax video recorder Miraculously Victor beat Sony in the long run However in the recent past DVDs have been dominating the movie market A few features that are becoming common-place on DVD that were a special edition rarity on VHS Some of these features include story boards deleted scenes bloopers behind the scenes footage you will not have to search forever for a certain scene and interviews as well as wide screen options Also the compact sizes of the discs are essential for great storage Some computers can play DVDs as well as burn them People could make their own movies on the computer and then burn it onto DVD Furthermore VHS tapes fade over time and then eventually cease to work True VHS costs less and is more available to views because not everyone has a DVD player True many older movies and classics are not yet on DVD True VHS runs a lower risk of being damaged
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