video

  1. the visible part of a television transmission
  2. the visual component of television
  3. broadcasting visual images of stationary or moving objects

video

[n] - the visible part of a television transmission 2. [n] - the visual component of television
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video

noun the visible part of a television transmission; `they could still receive the sound but the picture was gone`
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Video

~ signal, ~ system, ~ camera, ~ disc, etc. Having to do with the transmission or recording of images and sounds and presenting them as an image on a screen.
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Video

From the Latin verb `video, videre` meaning to see. The term is used to describe and underline the visual image of any medium or vehicle. In some instances the audio aspect is considered to be included under the rubric of video (as in the video industry) but technically the term is only applicable to the picture element, projected image or tape use...
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video

Having to do with the visual presentation of information, usually on a monitor screen.
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Video

Many digital cameras and mobile phones take videos good enough to view on the Net. Sites like YouTube and blip.tv now make it easy to open an account, upload and share your videos. These sites will also provide some unique code for each video so you can, if you wish, embed the video in a blog post. Short interviews that
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video

Television. "Video" emphasizes the visual rather than the audio aspects of the television medium. The term is also used to distinguish television used as an art medium from general broadcast television.
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Video

What your home television and VCR use. A generic term for the most common image format in the United States. It can be recorded, edited, broadcast. It is NOT the same as the visual signal that most computers display. Special boards or transcoding devices need to be added to Macintosh and IBM clone type computers to display video.
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