linear video editing

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linear video editing

Editing analog videotape. Before digital editing (nonlinear video editing), video sequences were edited by inserting new frames and reconstructing the balance of the tape by adding the remainder of the frames. Contrast with nonlinear video editing.
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These assumptions are quite tenuous, since videotape editing can alter and rearrange events.
In those days precise videotape editing was only possible if you physically cut and spliced the tape in roughly the same way as audiotape is often edited to this day.
Additionally, Vivo continues to simplify and streamline the Web video production process by integrating the VivoActive Producer with popular videotape editing and Web page authoring tools to provide a streamlined, "camera-to-browser" workflow process.
"Many children tense up in interviews, creating the impression that they are emotionally disturbed--or even morons," says Mellisa Padgett-Wrye, executive director of Pedagogical Image, a Lowell, MA, videotape editing company that tailors its services toward quiet, retiring, or flat-out dumb children.
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