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video tape

magnetic tape used mainly for recording the vision and sound signals of a television programme or film for subsequent transmission
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Meanwhile, senior Maoist leader Dr Baburam Bhattarai said that Prachanda's video tape has been publicised to shadow the 'unconstitutional' move of President Ram Baran Yadav and to spread negative message about the Maoists in the public.
Security personnel may forget to change the video tape once it stops recording, or the tape may have been used so frequently that it provides a grainy, unrecognizable image.
Also gaining ground are video tapes designed for camcorders.
Finally, there may in fact be some modest deterrent effect on police officers if they do not become accustomed to constant video tape and ignore cameras as part of their every day life.
Because videotaped statements are more difficult for the defense to attack than written transcripts or audiotapes, some defense attorneys disliked the strategic edge video tapes give to prosecutors.
Interests in films, sound recording, video tapes, books, or other similar property if not acquired as part of a trade or business.
Do prepare short, broadcast quality video tape clips with demonstrations of products, techniques, etc.
Classrooms equipped with computers, printers, scanners, laser disc and video tape players, modems, CD-ROM drives, and software programs become true multimedia environments.
Over the last 30 years, for instance, video tape has gone through at least nine different formats, some of which are now obsolete.
In the course of Massenumkodierung to the archived since 1963 ZDF program assets that are not yet incorporated in traditional video tape formats are completely converted into the file-based Digital Archive System.