videotape replay

videotape replay

[′vid·ē·ō ¦tap ′rē‚plā]
(electronics)
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Up until the actual telecast, the celebrity didn't even realize that she had been punked, until the videotape replay offered proof positive of her giggling friends' disrespect for her-so, a sassily sadistic time was had by all.
E-learning instruction and communication is either synchronous (occurring in real time) or asynchronous (occurring at a different time), such as audiotape or videotape replay of a classroom lecture, ongoing forum discussions, and information from listserves.
Videotape replay will remain in use for all other existing circumstances, such as if the puck has crossed the goal-line, if it is in the net prior to the goal frame being dislodged, or if it is in the net before time has expired.
What is most worrying is that no fixed camera replay was available because it seems that the rewinding the film of the previous ball and feeding the tape into the videotape replay machine precluded any shot of the next ball.
His suspicions aroused when a videotape replay reveals that the champ went down after a phantom punch, Santoro begins listening to various witnesses' accounts of the moments surrounding the sniper fire.
That means executive producer Jeff Proctor, Lakers' longtime producer Sue Stratton, Lakers director Mark Shah and five other key audio, graphic and videotape replay technicians are out of their jobs in about two months.
Fox drags 15 cameras, 14 videotape replay machines, four on-field mikes and a telestrator to Edinburgh, Scotland, to cover the Scottish Claymores-Frankfurt Galaxy in World Bowl '96 on Sunday morning - the first time in five years that a broadcast network has telecast this titanic tilt.