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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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Lot 2 - relates to 46,796 minutes / 3025 videotapes (estimate).
Equipment needed to play older videotape formats is obsolete and difficult to find.
Supervisors of Level 2 trainees should pay close attention to reviewing videotapes of counseling sessions in which trainees have experienced difficulties.
The department is considering charges that include a felony - malicious destruction of public property - as well as defacing library material and videotaping and broadcasting the videotape of people without consent.
After the performance is recorded, the performing student may take the VHS copy of the videotape home for later review.
Original nondigitized materials (e.g., papers, photographs, as-built plans, videotapes, etc.)
They rarely have any videotape to record persons entering the club and, for obvious reasons, employ no closed-captioned television inside the locker rooms.
I've seen many cases in which even well-intentioned psychiatrists committed systematic errors in note taking when compared with a videotape record.
The first videotape begins with an overview of the nervous system appropriate for nursing students or newcomers to a neuroscience setting.
Of course, mannerisms or idiosyncrasies are easy targets for jokes when company employees review videotapes together, but Moore asks that egos be left at the door.
In practical terms the coating enables digital videotapes and data cartridges to hold one terabyte of uncompressed data, while floppy disks could hold as much as three gigabytes.
A set of 12 videotapes and teacher's guides, $39.95 per tape.