The View-Master Interactive Vision was a children's edutainment console from 1988. The games were held on VHS tapes consisted of VHS footage with computer graphics generated over the footage. This was done by playing the tape in the VCR and passing the video signal through the console. The console would identify game code hidden in the video signal and use this to generate the graphics in real time. This enabled a mixture of full-motion-video and more traditional game graphics of the time. The console also took stereo audio from the tape, but only output mono recordings, allowing the console to switch audio tracks to pretend that there were different outcomes, in spite of VHS being linear.
This tape was ripped by playing the tape through the VCR without the console. As such, the real-time graphics are not displayed, and instead the game code is visible as black-and-white scrolling lines. In theory, the digital video could be piped through the game console just the same as an ordinary tape to retrieve the graphics.
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