The 1990s was an era of great change. Many 'old' faces disappeared and new techniques and disciplines came into use. Offline editing evolved from using VHS machines to the sophisticated 'non'linear' systems of today, freeing the editor once and for all from the constraints of the machines themselves.
It also marked the arrival of digital formats. D3, first used on a major sporting event during the Winter Olympics of 1992, came of age in Barcelona at the Summer Olympics in the same year.
|The menu below will take you to various aspects of Television Recording in the 1990s and beyond|
|The development of Television Centre|
|The new Post Production Centre in Stage V|
|A look at the Basement in 1991 (includes video)|
|Winter Olympics in Stage V (includes video)|
|The machines of the early 1990s|
|Offline grows up|
|The Basement at the end|
|The last Quad|
|VT Golf Team in 1993|
|Where did they go?|
|John Sarson visits a deserted Pebble Mill (includes video)|
|An immaculate VR1000 pictured in a museum|
|Mobile VT in the 1990s|