Due to their phenomenal popularity, the Beatles were photographed and filmed for almost every moment they spent in the public eye. In the 1960s, moving images were still recorded mostly on black and white film. So even though today we may say “videos” as a catch-all term, most of the Beatles’ output was film. In the 1960s, they were captured primarily by news photographers who would cover a Beatle press conference or interview like they would a news event.
The second show, February 16th, was recorded at Miami Beach’s Deauville Hotel in front of a crowd Sullivan says is 4000, instead