videotape


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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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She said the videotape shown by Maryam Nawaz during a press conference was 'tampered'.
The document also outlines that the custodian "shall safeguard and permit no one to view, audit or copy the videotape."
The videotape was released as a prelude to a possible impeachment inquiry but was not considered as damaging as feared by Presidential supporters.
"We can't go out and record or videotape without telling people," he said.
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The security force routinely videotapes any worker at the picket line.
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The court held, inter alia, that even in deferring to the jury's resolution of credibility issues, and inasmuch as the medical experts based their opinions upon the plaintiff's medical records and the results of MRI and CT scans and X-rays, as well as the videotape, the evidence did not so preponderate in favor of the plaintiff that the jury's finding could not have been reached on a fair interpretation of the evidence.
The best way to videotape the bird would be to keep a camera running all the time, argued the search team's electrical engineer, David Luneau of the University of Arkansas at Little Rock.