Video Recording and Editing

Video Recording Technologies

Unless you work for a broadcast or cable television station or network that is engaged in the live transmission of programs, the program material that you produce will most likely be recorded. Recording allows us to save programs so that they can be distributed at a later time. Recording also allows us to acquire program material that will be edited into its final form in post-production.

With the advent of digital technologies, methods of video recording are changing. For most of the past fifty years, video recording has been dominated by the process of magnet recording onto videotape. Today, that process is being augmented, and ultimately supplanted, by video recording to ...

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