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Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon Video. The home video business distributes films, telemovies and television series in the form of videos in various formats to the

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Home video is pre-recorded video media that is either sold, rented or streamed for home entertainment. The term originates from the VHS/Betamax era, when the predominant medium was videotape, but has carried over into optical disc formats like DVD and Blu-ray and, since the 2000s, into methods of digital distribution such as Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon Video.

The home video business distributes films, telemovies and television series in the form of videos in various formats to the public. These are either bought or rented and then watched privately from the comfort of consumers' homes. Most theatrically released films are now released on digital media, both optical (DVD and Blu-ray) and download-based, replacing the largely obsolete VHS (Video Home System) medium. The VCD format remains popular in Asia, although DVDs are gradually gaining popularity.

Contents
  • 1 History
    • 1.1 Special-interest video production
  • 2 Time gap until home video release
  • 3 TV programs
  • 4 Pre-Certs
  • 5 DVD Awards
  • 6 See also
  • 7 References
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Prior to the arrival of home video as a popular medium, most feature films were essentially inaccessible to the public after their original theatrical runs were over. Some very popular films were given occasional theatrical re-releases in urban revival houses and the screening rooms of a handful of archives and museums, and beginning in the 1950s, most could be expected to turn up on television eventually. During this era, it was also the norm that television programs could only be viewed at the time of broadcast. Viewers were accustomed to the fact that there was no normal way to record TV shows at home and watch them whenever desired.

It was possible to purchase a 16 mm or 8 mm film projector and rent or buy home-use prints of some cartoons, short comedies and brief "highlights" reels edited from feature films. In the case of the 16 mm format, most of these were available with an optical soundtrack, and even some entire feature films in 16 mm could be rented or bought. 8 mm films almost never ran longer than ten minutes and only a few were available with a magnetic soundtrack late in the life of the format. The Super 8 film format, introduced in 1965,[1] was marketed for making home movies but it also boosted the popularity of show-at-home films. Eventually, longer, edited-down versions of feature films were issued, increasingly with a magnetic soundtrack and in color. But, these were quite expensive and served only a small niche market of very dedicated or affluent film lovers.

The Betamax and VHS home videocassette formats were introduced in 1975 and 1976[2] respectively, taking several years and reducing in cost before they started to become a widespread household fixture. Film studios and video distributors assumed that consumers would not want to buy prerecorded videocassettes, just rent them. They also felt that virtually all of the sales would be to video rental stores, setting prices appropriate to this as a business model. Eventually it was realized that many people did want to build their own video libraries as well as rent if the price was right, and found that a title which had sold a few hundred copies at $99 might sell tens or even hundreds of thousands of copies at $19.99 or $9.99.

The first company to duplicate and distribute home video was Magnetic Video in 1977. Magnetic Video was established in 1968 as an audio and video duplication service for professional audio and television corporations in Farmington Hills, Michigan, United States, although Avco's 1972 Cartrivision system preceded Magnetic Vision's expansion into home video by a few years.[3]

Special-interest video production

Until the mid-1980s feature film theatrical releases such as The Wizard of Oz, Citizen Kane and Casablanca were the mainstay of video marketing and helmed by large studios like Universal, 20th Century Fox and Disney. At that time, not many consumers owned a VCR, and those who did tended to rent rather than buy videos. Toward the end of that decade, a rise of smaller companies began creating special interest videos, also known as "non-theatrical programming" and "alternative programming," and "selling-through" to the consumer.

"Home video is an exciting new area of opportunity for adventuresome publishers willing to produce new programs. Today's limitations within the video marketplace may be gone tomorrow. More people are finding innovative ways to create visually stimulating entertainment and information for the video tape player... Like contemporary book publishing, you can produce and distribute yourself to very narrow markets or seek broad-based distributors for mass-oriented appeal"[4]

Special Interest Video is a huge and steadily increasing venue for products exposing new and old subjects through the medium of camera and tape. It is a new form of publishing, a specialty line of products for vertical "readership" and an exploding territory of subjects, audiences and new uses. Six years ago, dog handling videos, back pain videos and cooking videos were suppositions on a drawing board. Three years ago these took life. Now, along with golf and skiing tapes these S.I. videos are beginning to claim a market share. The wild part of this new video publishing adventure is the wide diversity of support with which each product comes to the market. New technology has changed the territory.[5]

Time gap until home video release See also: Film distribution § Shrinking of the theatrical window

A time period is usually allowed to elapse between the end of theatrical release and the home video release to encourage movie theater patronage and discourage piracy. Home video release dates usually follow five or six months after the theatrical release, although recently more films have been arriving on video after three or four months. Christmas and other holiday-related movies were generally not released on home video until the following year when that holiday was celebrated again,[6] but this practice ended starting with 2015 movies.

Exceptions to the rule include the Steven Soderbergh film Bubble. It was released in 2006 to theaters, cable TV and DVD only a few days apart.[7]

TV programs

Many television programs are now also available in complete seasons on DVD. It has become popular practice for discontinued TV shows to be released to DVD one season at a time every few months and active shows to be released on DVD after the end of each season. Prior to the television DVDs, most television shows were only viewable in syndication, or on limited 'best of' VHS releases of selected episodes. These copyrighted movies and programs generally have legal restrictions on them preventing them from, among other things, being shown in public venues, shown to other people for money or copied for other than fair use purposes (although such ability is limited by some jurisdictions and media formats: see below).

Pre-Certs

After the passage of the Video Recordings (Labelling) Act of 1985 in the United Kingdom, videotapes and other video recordings without a certification symbol from the British Board of Film Classification (BBFC) on their covers - or on the tapes themselves - were no longer allowed to be sold or displayed by rental shops.[8] These tapes are called "Pre-Certs" (e.g., Pre-certification tapes). Recently these tapes have generated a cult following, due to their collectability.

DVD Awards

Every year since 2004, the film festival Il Cinema Ritrovato holds the DVD Awards, where they award the highest quality DVDs (and later Blu-rays) released by home media companies around the world.[9][10][11][12][13]

Year Best DVD (later The Peter von Bagh Award) Company Best Blu-ray Company 2004 "Pier Paolo Pasolini - Les Années 60" Carlotta Films N/A 2005 "Alexandre Medvedkine" Arte N/A 2006 Entuziazm Österreichisches Filmmuseum N/A 2007 "Ernst Lubitsch Collection" Transit Film-Murnau Stiftung N/A 2008 L'argent
The Threepenny Opera Carlotta Films
The Criterion Collection N/A 2009 "Joris Ivens Wereldcineast" European Foundation Joris Ivens N/A 2010 "By Brakhage: An Anthology, Volume Two" The Criterion Collection La Rosa di Bagdad Cinecittà Luce 2011 "Segundo de Chomón 1903 – 1912" Filmoteca de Catalunya and Cameo Media s.l. "America Lost and Found: The BBS Story" The Criterion Collection 2012 "The Complete Humphrey Jennings Volume 2: Fires Were Started" British Film Institute "A Hollis Frampton Odyssey" The Criterion Collection 2013 Gli ultimi La Cineteca del Friuli Lonesome The Criterion Collection 2014 "Džim Švantė (Sol' Svanetii) & Gvozd' v sapoge" Edition Filmmuseum Underground British Film Institute 2015 "The House of Mystery (La Maison du mystère)" Flicker Alley, LLC
The Blackhawk Films Collection "The Connection: Project Shirley, Volume One"
"Portrait of Jason: Project Shirley, Volume Two"
"Ornette: Made in America: Project Shirley, Volume 3" Milestone Film & Video 2016 "Frederick Wiseman Intégrale Vol. 1" Blaq Out N/A 2017 The Salvation Hunters Edition Filmmuseum N/A 2018 "Arne Sucksdorff: Samlade Verk" Studio S Entertainment N/A See also
Articles
  • Copyright law
  • Direct-to-video
  • Film distribution
  • Home cinema
  • Laserdisc
  • Video rental shop
  • Videocassette recorder
Categories and lists
  • Category:Home video companies of the United States
  • Category:Video
  • Category:Years in home video
  • List of best-selling films in the United States
  • List of notable home video companies
  • List of years in home video
References
  1. ^ "Super 8mm Film History | Motion Picture Film". motion.kodak.com. Retrieved 7 June 2016. 
  2. ^ "50 Years of the Video Cassette Recorder". WIPO. Retrieved 7 June 2016. 
  3. ^ "Alternate Magnetic Video Corporation Licensees". Alternate History Discussion. Retrieved 7 June 2016. 
  4. ^ "Home Video Publishing: Are You Ready?" by Michael Wiese, PMA Newsletter, July 1987, pp.6-13
  5. ^ "Special Interest Comes of Age," by Bo Lebo, PMA Newsletter, May 1990, p.18
  6. ^ Kerrigan, Finola (4 November 2009). Film Marketing. Routledge. ISBN 9781136440014. 
  7. ^ "Bubble May Burst Hollywood". MIT Technology Review. Retrieved 7 June 2016. 
  8. ^ "The Video Recordings Act | British Board of Film Classification". www.bbfc.co.uk. Retrieved 7 June 2016. 
  9. ^ "Il Cinema Ritrovato - DVD Awards" (PDF). Cineteca di Bologna. Istituzione Cineteca del Comune di Bologna. Retrieved 16 April 2018. 
  10. ^ "DVD AWARDS 2015 – XII edition: THE WINNERS". Il Cinema Ritrovato. Cineteca di Bologna. 2015. Retrieved 16 April 2018. 
  11. ^ "Il Cinema Ritrovato DVD Awards – XIII edition. The Winners". Il Cinema Ritrovato. Cineteca di Bologna. 2016. Retrieved 16 April 2018. 
  12. ^ "Il Cinema Ritrovato Dvd Awards 2017 EDITION XIV". Il Cinema Ritrovato. Cineteca di Bologna. 2017. Retrieved 16 April 2018. 
  13. ^ "Il Cinema Ritrovato DVD Awards 2018 XV edition – The winners". Il Cinema Ritrovato. Cineteca di Bologna. 2018. Retrieved 5 July 2018. 
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