videotaping


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vid·e·o·tape

 (vĭd′ē-ō-tāp′)
n.
1. A relatively wide magnetic tape used to record visual images and associated sound for subsequent playback or broadcasting.
2. A video recording on videotape.
v. vid·e·o·taped, vid·e·o·tap·ing, vid·e·o·tapes
v.tr.
To record (an event, for example) on videotape.
v.intr.
To make a recording on videotape.
Translations

videotaping

[ˈvɪdɪəʊˌteɪpɪŋ] Nvideograbación f
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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.
Workers repeatedly complain of invasion of privacy and harassment by Special Response personnel, who regularly patrol the streets of Meredosia, videotaping union members and their families in public or even in their own backyards.
In addition to eavesdropping charges, which include videotaping adults and children living on his properties, Hailey is charged with continuous sexual abuse of a child and stalking his ex-girlfriend.
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Kristen Clark, a junior, and three teammates at Macomb have spent the past several months analyzing the serves of a varsity tennis player by videotaping the athlete, digitizing the video, plotting points on the video and using the Peak Motus software to turn the points into an animated stick figure.
But videotaping preserves facial expressions, bodily movements, and other nonverbal personal and interpersonal behaviors that cannot be captured by any other means.
A: Many forms of monitoring in the workplace are legal, but you should proceed cautiously when considering videotaping in the workplace to avoid invasions of privacy and violations of the federal law regulating wiretapping.
During the filming, some demonstrations were performed more than once in order to practice the videotaping, capture the right screenshots and zoom in on specific screen elements.
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I, personally, have a greater problem with videotaping and verbatim transcripts of discussions than with prompt release of decisions.
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