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  Kinescope
Kinescopes are usually created by placing a motion picture camera in front of a television monitor and recording the image off the monitor's screen while the program is being aired.
Actually, kinescope is the name for the cathode ray tube in a television receiver which translates electrical signals into a picture on a lighted screen.
The kinescope, the one and perhaps only method of television recording technology to be completely obsolete in the industry today, is now of use only in archives and museums where the fuzzy, grainy texture often only adds to their charm as artifacts and antiquities.
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  Zworykin Kinescope Early Television Apparatus in 1929
The first was the Iconoscope, which essentially was a rudimentary video camera, and the second was the kinescope, precursor to the modern television tube.
Zworykin was working for Westinghouse at the time, and when RCA broke away from Westinghouse and GE, he went to work for RCA with the encouragement of its leader David Sarnoff.
The Kinescope was a modification of the Cathode Ray Tube or CRT, which itself was a descendant of the Crookes Tube.
www.cedmagic.com /history/kinescope-zworykin-1929.html   (242 words)

  
  Video signal DC restoration circuit   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Kinescope driver 12 includes a low voltage input common emitter amplifier transistor 20 arranged in a cascode amplifier configuration with a high voltage output common base amplifier transistor 21 which provides video output signals from the collector circuit thereof.
Resistor 60 is a kinescope "cut-off" level control which is preset e.g., during manufacturing alignment of the system, to establish the kinescope cut-off level for a given setting of brightness control 36.
Thus the kinescope driver amplifier is not required to exhibit additional dynamic range, and associated larger operating supply voltage and increased power consumption, which would otherwise be needed to accommodate shifts in the amplifier operating point resulting from such variable fl level.
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 Kinescope
Kinescope (2007) is a dashing 1940s-style brush script.
Download the Kinescope User Guide (1.6mb PDF) for details, including a showing of the complete character set.
Special Offer: Kinescope and Snicker were both inspired by Fleischer Studio's title card lettering.
www.ms-studio.com /FontSales/kinescope.html   (185 words)

  
 Color TV display system - Patent 4357586
With a kinescope having the three electron guns positioned in a horizontal line, it is possible to manufacture a deflection yoke which substantially converges the beams at all points on the screen without the need for dynamic convergence circuits.
The kinescope 12 comprises a neck portion 14 and a funnel region 15 which expands to form the bulb of the tube.
The yoke 13 is mounted on the kinescope 12 in the area where the neck portion 14 joins the funnel region 15.
www.freepatentsonline.com /4357586.html   (2838 words)

  
 Kinescope Information   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Even though their quality left much to be desired, kinescopes were initially the only way to nationally broadcast the live performances of early television from New York or other originating cities to stations not connected to the network, or to repeat a broadcast for stations in different time zones.
The networks continued to make kinescopes of their daytime dramas available as late as 1969 for their smaller network affiliates that did not yet have videotape capability but wished to time shift the network programming.
Some kinescopes filmed the television pictures at the same frame rate of 25 or 30 full frames per second, resulting in more faithful picture quality than those that recorded at 24 frames per second.
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 What is a Kinescope?
Originally, the term kinescope referred to the actual cathode ray tube (CRT) designed for early television sets, but it soon became synonymous with a process of filming live television shows for rebroadcasting.
The images captured on a kinescope were often flickering and the actors' movements appeared jerky, much like a silent film shown at a higher frame speed.
Because a kinescope was only intended to survive for a few broadcasts, it was not unusual to see reels of developed film sitting in the trash cans behind network studios.
www.wisegeek.com /what-is-a-kinescope.htm   (538 words)

  
 Earliest Live TV Recordings
The kinescope was jointly developed by DuMont, NBC, and Kodak, and was initially used to record live television broadcasts on film for re-broadcast as well as for relay to other television stations, particularly before the emergence of the coaxial cable network connections and advent of commercially usable videotape in the 1950’s.
Kinescope recordings solved the scanning synchronization issues of capturing televised audio and video on film, where these problems exist with the few fragmentary pre-1947 16mm or 8mm films made from TV sets.
Kinescopes were used by television stations from 1947 forward even after the advent of videotape for television in 1956, with kinescope recordings even made of television broadcasts throughout the 1950’s and into the 1960’s and even early 1970’s.
www.geocities.com /kinescope1010/earlytelevision.html   (3368 words)

  
 IEEEVM: The Kinescope Picture Tube
The kinescope receiving tube was the best-known part of the electronic television receiveróit was the "picture tube." It consisted of a large glass vacuum tube (similar to the devices used in radios for amplification), with a flattened face.
After many years of development, the kinescope produced a bright enough image that it could be viewed in a normally-lit room.
The original kinescope was only capable of showing fl and white images, using phosphor pixels that would glow white when struck by an electron.
www.ieee-virtual-museum.org /collection/tech.php?id=2345792&lid=1   (443 words)

  
 RCA TM-10A Video Monitor
In operation the three beams are deflected by a common scanning field and must be made to converge at the aperture corresponding to the dot trio being scanned at the moment.
As in the case of converging the beams, the beam path length from the center of deflection to the shadow mask is a function of the area being scanned.
The kinescope high voltage is regulated by means of a shunt regulator tube.
www.nrcdxas.org /articles/tm10a   (2177 words)

  
 Wikinfo | Kinescope   (Site not responding. Last check: )
A kinescope (also called kine) is a recording of film done by filming the picture on a television monitor, alternatively it can refer to the equipment (a camera, basically) used for this procedure.
In the 1950s a home kinescope kit was introduced in Britain, allowing enthusiasts to make 16mm recordings of television programmes.
A kinescope image looks less fluid than an original live or videotaped programme, because film only has 24 (525 line/NTSC) or 25 (405-line/PAL/SECAM) frames per second as opposed to the original 60 or 50 (respectively) half-frames or fields used by video.
www.wikinfo.org /wiki.php?title=Kinescope   (483 words)

  
 Apparatus for accurate adjustment of kinescope black level bias (US4518986)
Apparatus for adjusting the fl image current bias of a kinescope in a video signal display system includes means for developing a control signal representative of the fl current bias condition of the kinescope.
The control signal is developed in response to a sample of an integrated group of sensed bias representative signals developed over several horizontal line intervals which are significant in number relative to the number of horizontal line intervals associated with a vertical field interval.
In the case of a color kinescope having plural electron guns, plural groups of signals respectively representative of the fl current bias of each electron gun are developed.
www.delphion.com /details?pn10=US04518986   (366 words)

  
 Kinescope - Definition, explanation
Today the term is more commonly used to refer to a kinescope recording, kine for short, also called a telerecording in the UK: a recording of a television program made by filming the picture on a television monitor.
As new technologies for storing video became available, kinescope slowly began to fade in importance: In 1951, singer Bing Crosby's company made the first experimental magnetic video recordings; however, the poor picture quality and very high tape speed meant it would be of limited use.
A kinescope image looks less fluid than an original live or videotaped programme, because normal film has only 24 frames per second, as opposed to the 60 or 50 half-frames or fields used by video.
www.calsky.com /lexikon/en/txt/k/ki/kinescope.php   (503 words)

  
 Kinescope
Kinescope allows you to subscribe to channels and automatically receive video.
Kinescope also allows you to distribute very high quality video files (without external hosting).
Kinescope can automatically burn content to DVD and SVCD, export to iTunes, iPod and Apple TV, launch full screen external players, post video to your blog, blip.tv and google video, and if you want another option, we take requests.
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 A history of the vcr   (Site not responding. Last check: )
VTRs were used by TV stations for recording a program and then showing it later, and other recording purposes, but quite obviously not by people at home, being big, heavy devices.
The kinescope was used to account for time delay between time zones.
Due to the fact that the film had to be processed before it could be used, couriers showed up with the "hot kines", as they were called, with very little time left before they had to show it.
www.bergen.org /AAST/Projects/Engineering_Graphics/2003/VCR/history.html   (296 words)

  
 Exploring 'Kinescope'.
To carry out your research for the term kinescope, browsing Connected Earth's website is recommended.
It's a complete multi-media experience, which gives you the power to choose from straightforward descriptions, more in-depth study, images of exhibits in 3D, spoken or written material from people who used to work in the telecommunications industry, short film sequences, and ingenious animations providing easy-to-understand explanations of the way that technology operates.
Connected Earth is an appropriate place to continue your exploration of the subject kinescope.
www.connected-earth.com /content/kinescope_online.html   (271 words)

  
 Laws
It was demonstrated in the testing results that reclaimed kinescope safety and technology indicator failed to reach the standard required by the state so that some hidden troubles existed.
In order to rectify and standardize television and kinescope sale and production, to prohibit the usage of waste and old kinescope bulb to process "reclaimed kinescope" upon televisions manufacture, the relevant particulars are hereby given as follows:I.
The screen and cone of waste and old kinescope shall be separated safely in the process of recycling and utilizing waste and old kinescope.
www.fdi.gov.cn /pub/FDI_EN/Laws/InvestmentDirection/GuidanceforSpecificIndustries/t20060620_51401.jsp   (288 words)

  
 Mark Simonson Studio / Notebook: Coming Soon: Three New Fonts
Kinescope and Snicker are loosely based on title lettering in Fleischer Studio’s animated Superman films from the forties.
One of the design challenges with Snicker was to come up with a suitable lowercase—the lettering in the Fleischer titles that inspired me only used capitals.
Most of the characters had to be created from scratch to match the style of the existing ones.
www.marksimonson.com /article/170   (349 words)

  
 Editors Sync Guide (ESG)
When videotape replaced kinescope recordings as an archival medium, it soon became apparent that editing and splicing videotape at the VTR was often a case of "Kamakazi" editing since there was no second chance if a cut was made at the wrong place.
To eliminate this problem, in late 1957, NBC Burbank developed an offline method of using a 16mm kinescope film work print to edit the picture and sound then conform the edited film work print to the quadruplex videotape, thereby eliminating the problems just outlined.
The first use of ESG for editing videotape via kinescope film work print was on a Fred Astaire Special in 1958.
www.sssm.com /editing/museum/offline/esg.html   (902 words)

  
 Kinescope 1.02 - MacUpdate
Kinescope allows users to subscribe to channels and automatically receive video.
Kinescope integrates with weblogs to allow any user to distribute very high quality video files through their blog entries.
We are looking for feedback, Kinescope is pretty stable but currently users should expect some bugs and downtime.
www.macupdate.com /info.php/id/22342   (122 words)

  
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 Kinescope font family : MyFonts
Kinescope is a Mark Simonson font family with 1 style priced from $29.00.
This font features advanced OpenType magic to automatically choose the most aesthetically pleasing letter shapes as you type as well as extended language support.
(Adobe Creative Suite or QuarkXPress 7.0 or later is strongly recommended.) A handy user guide is included to help get the most out of Kinescope’s OpenType features.
www.myfonts.com /fonts/marksimonson/kinescope   (0 words)

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