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videocassette

[¦vid·ē·ō‚kə′set]
(electronics)
A compact plastic case containing a magnetic tape for video recording and playing.
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videocassette

A removable magnetic tape module for storing video data. The cassette contains supply and take-up reel (hubs) in the same housing. See VCR.
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A Sony VP-9000 plays a 3/4-inch U-Matic videocassette. Dixon popped the top of the unit so he can clean the tape heads of any dust and debris.
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Raynald a meme mis sur pied sa propre maison de production le 23 decembre 1993, Les Productions Raynald Benoit Inc., et il entend se lancer dans l'erection dun studio de montage et d'un reseau de distribution de videocassettes et dans la production de films animaliers televisuels.
In addition to this comedic aspect, the fact that several of the videocassettes were in the European PAL format--making them inaccessible to gallery visitors--led one to question the seriousness of the installation as well as the entire project's status as research.
Videocassettes showing footage from the making of Liberal Democratic Party (LDP) TV commercials featuring Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi, the LDP president, will go on sale Friday, the party announced Thursday.
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and Buena Vista Home Video have signed a worldwide copy-protection agreement under which Buena Vista will continue to apply the Macrovision anticopy process to its rental and sell-through videocassettes during the next three years.