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videotape

[′vid·ē·ō ‚tāp]
(electronics)
A magnetic tape designed primarily for recording of television programs.

videotape

A magnetic tape used for recording full-animation video images. The most widely used videotape format was the 1/2" VHS cassette. VHS made earlier videotape formats obsolete for both entertainment and training, but it too, became obsolete after DVDs became popular. See VHS.
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The document also outlines that the custodian "shall safeguard and permit no one to view, audit or copy the videotape.
Advantages included the utility of videotape as (a) a means of information storage and dissemination, (b) a medium to bring about changes in trainee self-perception, (c) a tool for enhanced self-analysis by trainees, (d) a way for supervisors to more accurately evaluate trainees, and (e) a way for trainees and supervisors to re-experience the therapy session.
According to police, the boys made the videotapes during recent visits to Merrick Public Library, and then posted the videotapes on the popular Web site.
Reviewing performances via videotape gives students the opportunity to assess how the goals of their own and peers' performances compare to the outcomes, thus placing them on the path to reflective practice (Osterman & Kottkamp, 2004).
Emphasizing the videotape and the criminal plea, the court found that the evidence proved that the act was "willful and malicious.
You took digital pictures and included prominent landmarks in the images, recorded some videotapes, and collected maps from other organizations.
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Although the author states that the purpose of the videotape is to "introduce the concept of the Japanese lesson study to the American mathematics education community," the information can be applied to the improvement of instruction in any content area.
I have routinely videotaped my forensic examinations for more than 20 years now Most of the time I don't have to look at the videotape again.
For example, would it be legal for me to videotape my employee work area to see what staff are talking about, to learn whether they are actually working or goofing off, or to determine if they are properly handling cash transactions at the till?
Clear visualization is especially effective in the demonstration of pupillary constriction in the first videotape.
A state prisoner filed a habeas corpus petition alleging he was denied due process of law because a prison disciplinary board failed to review a videotape of the incident that gave rise to his disciplinary charges.