ElvinConrad

ElvinConrad

In the early 1970s, the Victor Company of Japan developed Video Home System abbreviated as VHS, which is the standard video recording platform on cassettes made of tapes for the common people. VHS hit the Japan markets in the 1976 and was introduced in the United States of America in the year 1977. A VHS cassette could store video content up to a maximum of four to five hours at the standard play quality. machine to convert vhs to dvd