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video tape recorder

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(Broadcasting) a tape recorder for vision signals and sometimes accompanying sound, using magnetic tape on open spools: used in television broadcasting. Abbreviation: VTR
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Projectors and lenses from Digital Projection, Barco, Eiki, DPI, and Christie will also be available, as well as video tape recorders and digital disc recorders from Sony, Panasonic, Codex, Doremi, Fast Forward and Focus.
According to Simon, buildings that jump a generation of technology, from old-fashioned video tape recorders and closed-circuit security cameras to new network based systems that rely on hard drives to store camera footage the way a TiVo stores TV shows, are at a distinct advantage by skipping second generation technology such as DVRs.
DVRs pack the functionalities of multiple video tape recorders (VTRs) into a single box, giving broadcasters a compelling financial incentive in terms of cost of ownership and maintenance.
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Only a few of the VTRs - video tape recorders - sold.
For distance Learning, Sony's EVI-D100 robotic video cameras capture and record lectures on video tape recorders, permitting remote students to view classroom discussions on the Web.
Equipment that the Birchland Park TV studio began with included a console made up of two video tape recorders, two television cameras, an AV mixer, an audio mixer, four color monitors, a studio monitor, a cassette deck, a compact disc player and a character generator; an assemble edit station consisting of two color monitors, two video tape recorders and an edit controller; and a non-linear editing station that included three color monitors, three video tape recorders and a computer with editing software.
It was predicted that video tape recorders would sound the death knell for TV adverts when they were launched in the 1970s.
Replacing EMPC's existing bank of video tape recorders, the new installation is a key facet of the company's initiative to upgrade its studios to high definition, file-based operations.
The new low-power, dual output cable driver offers broadcast video equipment customers greater flexibility in designing applications such as routing switchers, distribution amplifiers, video tape recorders, post production equipment and cameras as well as other broadcast video applications.
Samsung), based in Korea, permitting the use of several United States and foreign patents held by Ampex in the manufacture and sale of digital video tape recorders, including MiniDV camcorders.