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How is video different than film?

Asked by dopeguru (1917points) December 14th, 2014

What I mean by video is: vhs and instant recordings (like in the 90s)

& film is… well movies.

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Video is a signal, so each frame has a limited number of pixels.
Film is photography, so even silent movies from 100 years ago can have more visual information than hi-def.

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