A replication of the Panasonic Omnivision VCR bitmap. Now, that I have a Panasonic Omnivision VCR for myself, the model being a PV-V4520, I can make this font with ease and 100% accuracy.
This font is not entirely accurate. Please point out errors so I can fix them in the forseeing future.This is a clone of VCRStereoCyr
(Credit to Paradigm The Great for the original typeface.)
This is the second font I've made so far and currently my "dream font", if such a thing like that exists.
I've never seen a typeface with a capital B, D, R, S, and number 4 like this one, as the only one I've come across by the beginning of August 2023 would be "Videotape", however even that would be misaligned and wonky. This font is the sequel to my first font, "Tracking Knobs", but with more glyphs and lowercase letters.This is a clone of CHARGEN '92
You can download this font and use it for EPG's, Closed Captions, Subtitles, and much more!This is a clone of EPG Bulletin
The follow up to the Mono version so that you have something for better looking menus and stuff.This is a clone of Custom 480p Font Mono
I made this font for people who wanna do mockups of line 21 captions and other similar methods of analog VCR stuff. A proportional version is on its way
The CEEFAX Bulletin consists of uppercase letters only.
Throughout early March 1998, in the UK, many CEEFAX pages have been updated, but in the US, when they show more pages, it recovers the same teletext style as mentioned in the UK.
In the UK and in many regions, it uses teletext. While in the US, it uses only closed-captioning. This renewed CEEFAX Teletext was first issued on January 30th, 1997.
Marengi inverted and made to look like it's on a tape or reel. This is used in videos for captions and in games to produce a "caution tape" or "police tape" effect. Uppercase Only!